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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

! To thê Fdilor of the Southern Australia». SIR.- I beg leave to draw your attention to an advertisement which has appeared tn the paper, «tating that Mr. Iron had in his possession a bullock branded I B, and that without it nae claimed within 21 days, and expenses paid, it would be sold to defray the same. Kow I would beg leave to asl , what authority this Mr. Iron has to take possession of, or to interfere with, any bullock he may fit d gia7in? in common with others on unfenced sections of public land. I presume Mr. Iron or his »»Joe lc keeper has chanced to drive this beast in with the working bullocks under his charge, and on Hi is account he thinks he can establish a claim for ex» pense», which is evidently utterly indefencible and unreasonable. It requires no argument to shew, iii; t u hile Mr. Iron or any one in a similar situation enjoys the privilege of running cattle at large, lie has no right to interfere in any way with others who may do the fame. There was an instance a...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND EXTRACTS. -.1 - Tb« " influenza'' »tili prevails, and with, i possible, increased fatality. Three and four funeral occur every day, and the melancholy lolling of th death-bell is almost unceasing. At the time we ar non- writing (7-o'clock a m.) those of Trinity am St. David's Churches announce the departure o others. The mortality amongst infants and childrei h sow greater than amongst adults ; and the presen cold and changeable weather is certainly favo table to the continuance of the disorder« We hav great pleasure however, tn stating that this trouble sume complaint is yet unknown at Launceston. Colonial Times, January 8. - We learn that the General Assembly of th« Church of Scotland has not recognized the Synot funned by Dr. Lang in New South Wales; and has ino;cover, intimated, to the members there of that unless they join the Presbytery, their ordi -nations will be cancelled. At the same time the; kare issued peremptory orders, that the Presbyter shall forthw...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Adelaide Shipping Report. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

SMaite pipping deport. i ' nrPAiti rjRES. FEB. 2nd.-Thc brig Glenalvon, Capí; Marshall, for Batavia. FEB. 3rd-The barque Mona, Capt. Rowlands, for Launceston. Same Day.-The ship Surrey, Capt. Sinclair, for Batavia. FEB. 4th.-The brig Lord Hobart, Simpson, for Hobart Town. Feb. 5. -The barque Lady Emma, Capt. Price, for Launceston.

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RURAL CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

-:- .... j RURAL CALENDAR. FEBRUARY.-The month of Febroary* in Austra lia stands in the same relation to the seasons as the month of August does to them in the northern portion of the globe. And such operations as happen to have been begun .but uncompleted during tue pre* ceding month, are to be prosecuted without procras tination; in particular the cross-ploughing of new land for wheat, the sowing ot turnips, the clensing and earthing of the pot atoe crop, the advancement of the mare crop and the cutting and the curing of tobacco; besides these operations the fanner will find, that the barley harvest in cold districts will commence with this month, aud wherever the crops are removed, shallow ploughing should be employed in order to cause the dropped grains and weeds to vegetate. The potatoe seed prepared in the preceding month should: be put in early in February, and pea grattans, if foul should now be broadsheared, scarified and harrowed, and such other surface tillage ought to be...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

NEW ZEALAND. The following is a copy of a letter addressed to Commodore Du Petit Thoire, of the French frigate Venus, wheo lying in the Bay of Islands : Bay of Islands, Oct. 20ib, 1838. - SIR.-According to your.request I hand, yon a ' description and a few remarks respecting this Island, which have occurred under my observation since the year 1332. I shall begin with the weather in gene ral. Oursummer months commence about Septem ber and end in April ; in September and October ere generally fresh breezes at N.W. often ending in strong gales; at the end of these months, the sea a nd land breezes commence ; the sea breeze is light and dees not extend more thaja len leagues off shore ; Koveober and December are the two, finest months ive have, light land airs and strong sea breezes often attended with passing showers of tain ;; as the crops ot maize and potatoes are in the ground during these iv?o moaihs, those showers are of much benefit to those engaged la agriculture ; January and F...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et roge, et omnis in hoc sum.—HOR. Ep., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY; 6, 1839. ACT OF 1ST AND 2ND VICTORIA, c. 60. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

^ 2Tíje Soutient &tifstraltatt. Quid verum atque decent euro, et rogo, et omni* in noe tum.-Ho». Er-, lib. 1, en. 1, v ll. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY; 6, 1839. ACT OF 1ST AND 2ND VICTORIA, C. 60. «Every man prospers, or is overthrown, lives, or dies1, notfor himself; but that he nay sustain thoss around bim, or that he may gire them place $ and who . shall attempt to measure the circle within which are comprised these extensive dependencies? On principles even of mathematical calculation, each iudi vidual of the human family may be de monstrated, to hold in bis hand the centre lines of an interminable web-work, on whi sb ' are sustained the fortunes of-multitudes of his sn cees so rs. - These implicated consequences,if summed together,make up therefore a weight of haman weal or woe that is reflected back with an incalculable momentum upon the lot of each. . Every one is then bound to remember that the personal suûeiings or peculiar vicissitudes, or toils through whic i he...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To Rowland Hill, Esq. Adelaide, 31st January, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To Howland Hill, Esq. Adelaide, 31st January, 1839. UEAR ll ILL,-i have been wanting io write io you for some days, but- it is so plaugy hot in this country just now that we can do nothing at all, consequently the Colonial Treasurer has put away his brains, for he cannot use them, and the Colonial Secretary does not think till next week, when the weather moderates a little. «* But now to business"-You know I promised to write you a faithful account of all I saw and did in this place, and how your own most splendid the ories were carried out, and I will endeavour to do so as far as I can. Well, one thing I must con fess to you, and that is, that of all the Colonial Treasurers that any colony ever had our s is the best. He ia of great weight in the colony-calm as an unrippled sea-of a temper amiable, gentle, and mild-manners quits condescending-and in per son, most captivating. His education itf evidently that of a finished gentleman, and his experience in mat...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. BY our Hobart Town papers we have received intelligence from the Cape to the 23rd Novem ber, from which we learn thal the barque Dun lop, Giffney, from Liverpool to Sydney, was wrecked at the head of Table; Bay on the 23rd November-crew and passengers saved The government at the Cape hare taken pos session of Port Natal, as will be seen from the following PROCLAMATION : By His Excellency, Major-General Sir George Thomas Napier, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath', Governor and Commander-in-Chief of her Majesty's Castle, Town, and Settlement of the Cape of Good Hope, in South Africa, and of the Territories and Depen dencies thereof, and Ordinary, and Vice-Admiral of the same, commanding the Forces, ¿fe. S¡c, árr. Whereas Her Britannic Majesty's Government has been pleased to approve of the proposed occupation of Port Natal, in Southern Africa, by Her Majesty's Forces, in consequence of the disturbed state of the Native Tribes in the ...

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

Soutient ^uötraltatt <£>ßto. rpHE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN *- AUSTKALlAN,wbich is pablbbed every Wednesday morning at the Office,cornerof Stephens-place, Kundle Street Paies OF THE PAPER--6d. per number, or SSs. per .?MB. Subscribers have their papers gent to them inbe§/«esire it. AWCRTISEXENTS-6 lines and under [each insertion] Ss. 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 most be sent to the office before 4 o'clock on Monday, I or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must be marked the number of times they are tobe inserted, or they trill be continued un til countermanded . Ml subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. AQBHTS rOR TBE 80DTBKBH ADSTaAXIÂS. Lomon \ John Gliddon, Esq.. 3 Austin Friars: ¡San cheater: "TheGuardian'' Office. - Leeds: '-Theriier cury »» Office, and S,Healdf Esq., Surgeon, 73 Kirknie. Hull...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

PORT PHILLIP. A plan of the Episcopal Church for the town of Melbnurne has been recently received from the Lord   Bishop of Australia, and the ground has been marked out accordingly. lt is to be a gothic structure and cruciform, capable of seating about four hundred in- dividuals. The present temporary erection is re- moved to the west end, and is to remain as part of the church until adequate funds be obtained for the   completion of the church. Captain Tobin has, we believe, commenced taking   charge of vessels as private pilot, and a short time   since brought the Industry up to Melbourne, drawing eight feet and a half of water, the great- est draught and burthen of any vessel which has laid     alongside the Queen's wharf without previously dis charging. We are happy to inform our readers that, from a private source, we hear that a tender for the con- veyance of the mail between Melbourne and Yass, onc...

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

Sales by public auction. ---*---- TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. James Brown, THIS DAY, 6th Feb., and,Friday next the 8th, and on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, the 12th, 14th and 16th 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, haberdashery, lace, ladies' veils, shawls, and handkerchiefs ; Gros de Naples and other silk dresses; ribbons, gloves, counterpanes, stripe and regatta shirts, cord and beverteen trousers, brushes and combs (various), toys, Dunstable bonnets, ladies' Leg-   horn flats, boots and shoes, bee's wax, table knives and forks, pocket and penknives, scissors, hand and cross cut saw files; spoons (various), grid-irons, frying-pans, pepper, oatmeal, mus- tard, white herrings, starch, bacon, prime mess pork, box and drawer leeks, Derby cheese, Benares sugar, nutmegs, superior rose Cork- butter, Turkey and Cap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

£¡z brig ' Nereus," from Sydney, AND BARDASTER. FROM LONDON. V. & E. SOLOMON, SYDNEY HOUSE, GILLES ARCADE, SOUTH ADELAIDE, DEG to intimate ^tuu their brig " Nereus'*! is now unloading, as also the ** Bardaster/' and respectfully solicits an inspection of the j following articles which will be open in the course of a few days, consisting of Gen».'s dress and surtout coals Decanters Ditto trowsers io great variety Cruet frames Ditto silk and oilier vests- Flat ii ons Ditto fine white shirts Iron dogs Ditto Bandannah »ilk hdkfs. Cooper's rivets Ditto morning coals ct gowns Hoopiron . Ditto belts and buckles' ' Bengal twine Ladies* muslin dieses Earthenware jogs Ditto cotton print ditto Oilcloth Ditto crape scarfs India malting 1 Ditto kid gloves Carpeiing Tumbler's and. wine glasses. Fishing nets Splendid clocks and-watches Deep sea lice Watch materials 'lea spoons Patent cork screws Penknives Germáu pipes Draft boatds Counter and pedestailamp Chess men Lo iking glasses Molasse...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CUUItEtfT. Ale-Durrbar V per dozen . . London, per h lid. . . 9 Ashby #, per barrel.. 9 (colonial, hud. 7 Beef, per tierce. «... 6 fresh, lb. Butter, fre.*h, lb. salt. do.. Coffee, lb. Caudles, moulds, iii. dips, do. ...... wax, do....... Ca<-ks. oil. per tuu.. . 4 Cedar, per loot,..,.. Cheese, English, lb....... Colonial, Deals, per foot,........... Flo«r, colonial, per 100 U»».. JL_ Hams, per lb ............ Hops, do. ..*..... Hay, per ton,........ Iron, do. Maize, per bushel,........ Mutton, fresh, per lb- .... Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... black, do. .... Porter, per dozen,. ....... London, bhd, .... 9. colonial, do. .... ? Pork, per barrel ........ 5 Potatoes, per lon,.1? Hice, per lb.. Soap( English, per lb; .... Spitiu in bond- Brandy ., Bum .... Sugar, $Iaúrtttus¿ per lb... Tobacco in bd.-Negro! «id' Ihazil.... « J'e*,byaonrsktn;percheat.. V bl»ck..,,.,A...*v.. ' Wines io bood-m : Port (in woità) per }.-ca*k 9 Do. (io bottle) dozes .. 4; . Shecey (in ...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SJR,-I noticed ia Mr. >tevenson*8 paper a short tune back 4 proposition that ail the Town Acres bought hy Mr. Fisher's family, or by or for himself, shquuj be forthwith seized, and re-sold for the pub ljc good» because as Auctioneer he ou¿ht not to have sold io himself or to <tia eons, they being under age. Although the proposition is ridiculous in itssif, and perhaps is only worthy notice as exhibiting an impotent desire on the part of the writer to injure Sn Fisher, yet in another light it seems to me so evidently tho concoction of a rogue] that I should feel much obliged if any of jour, readers will inform me, merely for nvy own guid ance with regard, to my pockets, «-nether they have heard of any body excepting »ir» Stevenson^ who has the impudence to avow a-connexion. with, itsantferwihin. :; A B Cn

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EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

-- rGYPT. i The following information of the daily increas ing facilities afforded by the Egyptian Sovereign to travellers ore land te and from India over he lied Sea, will bc read with interest by all their friends in the East : Matta, July 4, 1838.-An official report, publish ed in Uiimhafy,' a copy'of which H« l>a>e received. dated the 17¿li of May, lays before the Mibscribtr :o the Steam Furn! in i «id a, inc arrangements which are tn great foiwardcei^, tor facilitating the transit of passengers across E^ypt. Colone^.Bair, who was sent into that'roantty for the purpose, receiver' great assistance beru Colonel Campbell, our Conbul ? here, and although the approbation of the Pasha has not been formally communicated, lhere seeine-i to be but little doubt of his Highness's acquiescence in the mtasure» now :n court« of piepaiatiou. '1 best c«n»¡9t of a centre station and tour inuuediate one*, to be erected in the debert between Cairo and Suez, each to be sui rounded by a substa...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. NORTH TERRACE, Feb. 4, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

ORIGINAL CORÄLSl»0.\D£.\CE, NouTH TEÄIIACE, Feb. 4, 1839. SIB,-Ia answer to your favor iu which you request ou tao bjha.il ul' the Ediiitr of the Southern Australian.) that I will state whether lhere is any document in existence which can substan tiate the allegation made iu your paper, that tue Governor promised not io ho d the Coma of Enqui ry, in Mr. Fisher's maller, till after the pending actions against the proprietor of the Gazette- had becu tried. I have unhesitating y to feay that there is such a document, tuii iu proof of my assertion I enclose you a copy of a letter fruin His Excellency's Private secretary, Mr. Hall, In a previous letter to me, His ExceÜeucy had agreed to postpone the enquiry till the ead of De cember, Hitless extraordinary circumsianccs should arise. lu a reply to this letter I pointed out that the Mttings depended tra the J udge, not i>n myself» and requested that the pruiuise might be extended to meet the contingency. This you wi il find to bj don¿ i...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep I, v II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1839. STAR CHAMBER, v. THE COURT OF ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

2Tfje Soutïjew Eustraïéan. ¡ Quid vrrum aique decena euro, et rogo, et omni* in hue »um -Hon. Kr., Iib. 1, I, v ll« ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY^ FEB&C ART 13,1839. STAR CHAMBEE, V. THE COURT OF ENQUIRY. FOEMS when they embody the essentials of thought, bear the same relation to it which the body does lo the soul. Abstract the in separable guest and companion (as the Emperor Adrian happily terms it) of the corporeal being, and the exterior form, however lovely, is but little better than the clod of the valley. On the other hand, if we take the soul abstractedly, and separate it from the lineaments with which our affections have connected it, the man be comes a mere evanishing eidolon ; a phan tasm which every moment separates from realiiy. It is thus in the practice of life. Theories when they have not been reduced to the test of practice, and been subjected to the forms of society, operate and influence not that busy bustling changing scene, which we designate the world. We readily ...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

: -STEAM COMMUNICATION. W E copy the following paragraph fi om a lately received Sydney paper, believing that ii will be read with deep interest by our fellow-c lonists : ** STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH 13 KITA IN-We are glad to have il ia our power lo stat« that steps ate immediately Ho'be taken lo further tins dcsiiabie object. Hie plao proposed by the " india Steam Ship Company," of which we foitneriy laid before our readers aa authentic detail, we under stand has met wr.li tue concunence anil suppôt t of many of our Jeadtng merchants and landowners. A circular is now in course of signature, by which it ap pear* thal a;public meeting isia hi L~bi {n'tUwH and a committee of «uu^ríucr» áp(»oiaie«i, to open a correspondence with the Directors ot the above Com pany, tor the purpose ut forwarding the propose»! plan of establishing the blanch steam ves-eU between the Cape and Sidney ; whereby a regular steam com munication ts to be effected with ttuglaad. Theie so feasible à: project on to...

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MANUFACTURES, &c., IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

MANUFACTURES, &C, IN THE OMTEO STATES. We extract the following from an article in the Athenäum: There were no less than 15,000 different articles exhibited at both the York and Iii.stun fairs las; autumn, the latter of which was the first occasion of the kind io the New England States, in both cases ail classes of society seem to have shared io the ex eitement. At Boston the show was visited by more «han 70,000 persons, despile the tâz of admission, in a city the population of which is little more than 80,000. Accommodations on a splendid scale were provided ; liberal premium* were offered ia 'every department, including by the way, thc fine a¡tt. Take silk for an example, which concerns our : neighbours o>-cr the channel more thin us, for the J Uoited States, have lately imported not less than Inrcnty i;nUioo3 of dolíais' worth" ia a yc-ar. 'J en years si nco, s-ilk mane from worms fed on the so;l was unlhou^ht of. At ali these exhibition* we now fiáJ ii a leading artic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 February 1839

&fttit$*rn &t«ítralíau Office* tITOft foUowinjr^are the term« of tire SJDUTHÜRN I1 AtJSTKAL.1 AN,wbich is published everv Wednesday norningattbettfflee.coraerof Stepfaens-ptaae, Kundle itnçet /.PRICK or THE PA*«R-sd. per number, or Ss* per (miram, bu'^scriber» bare their papers «eut io-theai: h they des re it. ADVKRTISKME TS-.-6 tines and .auder (each Insertion! Bs. 6d ; above 6-lines Sil. |ier line --Advertisements cannot be received later than * o\ luck on Tuesda*; and ordere to discontinue Advertisements alreadjr inserted ' tmiat he sent to she.nffice before * o'clock ou -Monday, or they cannot b ettended'to. Advertí »»-ine« ts must he; marked the nmn'-er cf -times they are-cn *-e inserted, erthry viH bjecMtutitMieduatil^nmtennancled. All Hu'tscriptiuaa uudadvertiseme. ts must be paidibr, la advance. AGENTS jma-TBE souTaraif acsraiLt**. , TOOWOON ?. Joh« Gliddon. ESQ , á Austin Friars. Man' c*e«trr; .» TJie Guardian " UOce l^räa: . 'fbe^ter cnrv 11 Office, and H«u...

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