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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

DIED. —Yesterday Morning, the 17th instant,   Henry, fourth son of Mr Charles Calton, aged four years.

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MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, JAN, 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, JAN, 17. Flour (best) 50l. to 55l. Cheese per lb 2s     Flour (second) 25l to 45l Eggs per doz 6s Oats per bush. 10s to 12s Sugar per ton 26l to 32l Bean per do 5s Soap per ton 54?     Rice per lb 2d Tea per chest 9l 10s     Hay per ton 18l Rum per gallon 10s}     Potatoes (old) 10l to 15l Brandy per do. 14s } in Do per lb 2d to 3d Holands per do 5s} bond Do (new) 4d to 5d Port per doz 35s to 48s Beef per lb 8¼d to 10d Sherry per doz 35s to 48s Mutton per lb 8½d 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 ?d 2s 2d Barrel pork 7l. 7s   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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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Various articles and communications must stand   over. The affair our friend P. alludes to is bad enough; but, except [?] the [?] of an advertisment       the [?] can never appear in this         journal. It will be enough to allude to "[?] in the bush" when the poem appears.  

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NOTICE TO OUR READERS AND ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

NOTICE TO OUR READERS AND ADVERTISING FRIENDS. ROBERT THOMAS & CO. respectfully request the settlement of their accounts to the 31st December.   Their town subscribers will be called upon starting the ensuing week.  

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1840. THE COLONIAL FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1840. THE COLONIAL FINANCES. The Gazette of Thursday night contains the following important communication made by his Excellency the Governor to the Council on Tuesday last: The Governor informed the Council that   the public expenditure of the province during the     year 1839 had so very much exceeded the sum         authorised by the Colonization commissioners         that his Excellency foresaw that the appearance     of this year's accounts would cause much surprise   to her Majesty's Government, [?] great anxiety         and [?] [?] to the Commissioners           and the friends of the self supporting system in &n...

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COMMTERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. None Stone our Last. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. None since our last. SAILED. January 12.—The barque Sincapore, 303 tons       Captain Hamilton, for Anjer and Sincapore, in ballast. 12.—The cutter Hero, for Encounter Bay.     13.—The schooner Elizabeth, 191 tons, Captain   Back, for Launceston, in ballast. Subercargo— Mr Austow. 17.—The brig Porter, 250 tons, Capt. Murray,     for Port Lincoln and Hobart Town.       17.—The brig Adelaide, 280 tons, Capt Simpson, for Launceston. On Monday the following vessels cleared out-   wards at the Custom House:—Parkfield, 493,     White-side, for Bombay; Christina, 351, Bell, for King George's Sound and Swan River; Adelaide, 258 Simson, for Launceston; Elizabeth, 100   Back for Launceston; Duchess of Northumberland 541, Geare, for Batavia. &am...

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DINNER TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

DINNER TO THE GOVERNOR. The dinner to His Excellency the Governor, which in the hurry of going to press last week we had time only to report has afforded [?] satisfaction. Not only by far the most numerous and respectable assembly       that has ever come together, whether for         social or serious purposes, in the colonly, but   comprehending the leading men of every opinion, and (we use the word in the [?]   sense only) of every party into which our community has been divided, it was, indeed a remarkable meeting- and not less remarkable         for the uninterrupted cordiality which pre-   vailed throughout. We cannot but [suppose?]   that His Excellency on taking his seat and looking around on what, even at home, would be considered a large concourse of persons, differing it may be, on many points...

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NOTES WITH REGARD TO THE STATE OF THE ABORIGINES ON THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

NOTES WITH REGARD TO THE STATE OF THE ABORIGINES ON THE MURRAY. We have great satisfaction in presenting our readers with the following interesting Notes of His Excellency the Governor, on the present state of the Natives in the Murray River district:— 1. It is evident that the natives very rarely venture upon the Great plains of the fossil   formation, and probably never traverse them   in their full extent. 2. In the recent journey the natives were   found to be very thinly scattered on the banks of     the Murray. From all that was seen or could be learned there are probably not more than three hundred of them, from Peninsula to the Great Bend, a distance of at least 129 miles. Captain Sturt imagines that a great mortality       must have taken place since his journey in 1829. The most numerous tribe was at         &nb...

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATES COURT. Monday, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

RESIDENT MAGISTRATES COURT. Monday, December 23. James Southernwood, William Finn, and Thomas Flinneney were charged with assaulting Daniel Crosby, Policeman. Southernwood was fined £10 and the others £5 each. The two latter were committed in default of payment. The fines have been since paid.   Tuesday, 24th   John Vaughan, charged with stealing a tin can,   containing five shilings in copper, from the   Australian Arms, Hindley-street, was committed   for trial, but allowed bail.   Samual Fritingham was fully committed for     trail for stealing a pair of boots and a pair of   shoes from the shop of Joseph Wilson, Morphett-   street. Monday, 30th Thomas Greenwood and three others, sailors,     were sentenced to a fortnight's hard labour, and to pay a fine of £2 each, for refusing to perform   their duty or board th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

ADVERTISEMENTS. $&Alt aJcerUncments mvst be pttM for provioti* to insrrtion, unless forwarded b>i Much of our friends «w have opftud monMy accounts Hi the *)j'i':cr; a*! Advertiser* are rrqutsttH particularly tn notice that mkertisrmmtx once inner it J will be cniifmi.fi/ and ehargrd for iinftxt countermanded by tix u'tluck vn Thuri' day evening. FOR SYDNEY, To ?«?' in a foitii't/ftt, jl Jp «. r*|l|lK fM«t->Hi.i g binjiip JAMES HOLMES, 4<Ki toii?. \V?i.     ~4£iafj&&. Joiisp. cu>nii.utid>> r. , For Jrei(ilit or W^^SSiia P" ss IL'e "I'J'ly •• •''« Cjuiui'h on "fr.s?.?a?Sry board, •? to HACK, WATSOV, A"'D CO. FOR SYDNEY     The brig MELROSE shortly, VW'*"^rt^ .1 Cii|iuiit Niciiolvov. t'AwtT '"r '""■'''' "r I'*1"*"?*" h«vi"P ■ it'-yVtgajgj niperi<ir htvummoiiuittiiis, ujiply tu the CajitHiu on buuiH, or to HACK, WATSON, ANP CO. J-mnary 13th. «, v^f-*« |?olt Lutm-crto...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, January 19, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, January 10, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock. A Bill intituled "An Act for declaring the Law and for preventing the failure of Justice in certain cases,' was laid on the table, read a first time and ordered to be considered by the Colonial Secretary and     Advocate-general in committee.   Adjourned at twelve o'clock.       Tuesday, January 14, 1840.   The Council met at ten o'clock. His Honor the Judge was present at the request of the   Governor and members of Council.         A Bill intituled "An Act to take provisions         for the public registering of [?]           bills, and other [?]         &nb...

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THE RAILWAY TO THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

THE RAILWAY TO THE PORT. We have much pleasure in laying [?] our readers the following interesting and [?] report made by Mr Kingston to Mr McLaren, chairman of the rail road committee as to the formation and expence of the [?]     line of road from Adelaide to the Port:- TO DAVID MCLAREN, ESQ.   CHAIRMAN OF THE RAIL-ROAD COMMITTEE. Gawler place, Nov ? 1839.     Sir - In reply to your favor of the 7th inst. inclosing me copies of the documents published     in England on the subject of the proposed rail           road between Adelaide and the Port, also a copy     of a letter from the South Australian Commis-   sioner to his Excellency the Resident Commis-     sioner, together with extracts from the minutes   of a meeting held here on the same subject, requesting that I would fu...

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THE CAMP OF XERNES AND THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 January 1840

THE CAMP OF XERNES AND THE SOUTHER N AUSTRALIAN. We thought our contemporary, remembering even in his balmiest days the ill-success of     his classical venture would have given his new cook a hint on the subject, and warned him against garnishing his dish with learned allusions. He has not done so—and see the       consequences! In his last we are told not   only of "Horace the Roman"—did he ever         hear of "Horace the Greek?"—but that his     reference to the Camp of Xeres has been   misconstrued by us—that we "have slandered     him" thereon—and that "his opinion cannot     in any way reflect dishonor on the ladies of the     Governor's party." Now, we are willing to take all our contemporaries explanations in the most charitable mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

Central Pott (tflkt, A<Ma iff, Jmuni:/ S, I SI". 1 IST of IJi>i?liiinc.l {.otters IV t « Quaili-i •■-* cuiliu^ U- at Ltccmljtr.. I • <<■': — Allen, \Ti.li<in . . I Aili.ii.iii, I'uiK-i* . S .\itM. .l.itif* - - I Arthur. .1 <•«.itiira - . I i?r...,k. <;. I ici-iiard. .f-*>lio, - 1 Hm.lii'. J.**«it - - I H.tniett, MrsC. - . J !J.irv, \n<<r,tt - . | KitryVs, <i«-"i-i«s - - I H.-rkcl.-y, *- lurlo* - (? H.iih.-ii, V.*<\. - - I 1J.1;.'.-, <;,•«.r ? .« - - l lijkvr, \Vii li.uti - . 1 Hr.ck. J !•.?••« - I Hell, 1t..1i.? t . . I )>!-Ui<t!l, JIMIIM - I CiiiL,, Mr • I <:iMui'..r.i i .J P. - 7 c.« k.-, \v ? i C<Mik<-, VVtiii:i:il - • | C<t?ter, William • 1 I <,Wui->li, Tt•••mas . I O>x iiii.l I-"Mi.t - - I C. ikMII. Mr - a t'oiM:tl;l-\ 1% J. • I oiii.K. r. w. . - i <'?ui|ilicil. AnsjM ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

'O^i^-''" si.AfjjnrKW-Hor^K. N. nli f X. *••..• ~uii- _ It 1i.i::.;.• hi?oii HMvi'tai'i'-ri Uint It i« .„<•<,•!.,]?l ,?,>,! (1 > ~x!al.i -<i « puli'ii: •.l.niflitir. 1-u-v ;it K-.li .i'l--«tivi-.. >-iv?ii M+\-.Mi' — w lii.- uiiH^r?;-;..i-.!. hfi'iy of i:L.:ni:iii •!■ it «urli ;i i.i-.rf.l-ir.- w.i.1i.1 t>^ |. ..'.i:.i i•;.:! t., ,i :( . |~.; , lri, , IM I nftnl i.? ilu> im:.;.( '■ ii. < :i I--J trji'-iiiil'y ilc- Irr'iiri'r (1 ■!• v,"i|l? <if ;i'iu«.fty in (!ip n>?iL'h. 'i.illifiii^.t. ivrjti—,l ih:it I'm-o |irr«i.HH ir'erP«lPd !■> fl'«- IH.-.M.T v. ill m-'-t .It 'tin. l)i|pfi:*< l!?t<f l-i*rii. K.iiin.<l<>.«tr<'i'f. mi Mnmhiy. ft'*' -7'li ?.«««liC. ?f '.'vcn iiVincli p.m. f«.r f):^ pnr|i<i«*of i.l;ii-.' «in'-i -trM*. «"itl)?r 'y ntwinoriHli/iiii; lti? t!i'i'<ni.il «?<ivi>riiin<>rif or nilinr-vi^o ut i...

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PRESBYTERING CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

PRESBYTERING CHURCH. We call the attention of our readers in general [?] of our [?] brethren, to the property of subscribing — and sub-<*> coming liberally-towards the erection of a r iiui;i..' l'ic>.iivteri.u) jil.iec of wor-hip. Nearly vi-w-ii iiiiinilis iiave elapsed since a Mib ;-ci-ipti<?u was first set on foot, and I lie I'res- I'Vtiri uis arc Still uti?hl<>, from iltu Miialliie--. «<f ifuir fit id*, lo commence building opera tions. There arc- m?.v ele.eu thousand souls in the cul'iny, of wliom, we think wo speak Miiiliin hounds wlicn we fay that, at least one thiiil .-in; Scotch—and who were accustomed in tlu'ir own country to cupjiort anil adhere to, tlio l'io.-l:vteiian form of. worship. Other de uominttiiuiis of Christians have come forward with the proatest liberality and eagerness to provide fumis for the building uf emirches ; and shall the Scotch, who hatv the character *ll over t!ie world of being- a peculiarly mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

AOVKKTISI&MISNTS. t/fAU aib-eitifrmtiits must lie ptiiil for previous to intrrlion, uiitrtt JorwarJcJ iri mieh of our tri'iida as htive ojirnnl tnntMity aentmtt* at t)u>. itjlieef and A-lnrtisert <ire m/unltd (tarlicuturlil to notice titat .iderrlixriitmis oner inteilnl will be funlinunl ami rhunjnl for «n'«.i? fnunttrnumdtd liy tit o'clock on Timrt daytvtmwj. KOR SYDNKV, to tail in a lortnitjht, m. jt-^ r|i:irtH«t---?iru Kn.ir< ( ne.MM*.s JJKKfifc I lIOI.MKS, 41 Hi Mns. W?i i3M?|^J.iiiN-8. o.in iiander. For freight or pii^ngc apply IO tU Cjpt.in on HACK, WATSON, AND CO. fO 18 SYDN'IV, To nail shortly, /^*S#^k J Ca|ituin Niciiolw. •"??f^^te '"or. ftl'l*' ll ?r llilsSilB*- •?■?••?!? ''•'rati. Miprrinr «tcoinmod<ti.'us, upply to -JtStmuF* tliv Captain on hoard, or to HACK, WATSON, ANP CO. January I3;L. rft '■flllK ll«7iam Ifaire* in now «h««-li!irj?_ ?ggg" i ing l'er«oin lioMincr Hill* of llmlih^ or" requested to scud for their gouti* Withou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

SALKS \\\ AUCTION. SIIRIUFK's SAI.lt. To /iviMers, Ca/yyc«/crs, find others. firv. C. l\. HowairilO be Sold by Aurtion. i>. f I on Wednesday ne\* f. n. liljiliinstone. ft lie 291h instant. <m the ) nreiniM's in Uiudley-strert — r larpe rm?ntity of Timber, Ituildiug MutcriaU, tiufinished Carppiitel*' Work, X:e. .to. Sale Ht twelve oYlock. Chah. Di'itroN' N?:w(-:mi,\m, Sbeiiir , Ukntiiam &: Co , Government Auctioneer?, Iliinlley-street. W'KEKLV SAI.KS OF LAND AM> HOISI S liY 11ENTUA3I £ CO., Evert/ Friday, at their rooms, llimlhy-strfet, at iwEt.vr. o'clock. TIIR arcnt (sif:iavantages Now Coiurm mid oilier* I'xperit'siee in the purehnsinir of S.and. si:?fi indueed JUmiia.m and Co. to establish VppnW sales, t)ii:s rnsurili^ to buyers (new ar rival* in particular) an opportunity of purehasinp M the lu-.Ai. market ViOue—and to paities eeHiii^. n fair rompi>tition (or their property. For particulars «f next Friday's f>nle st-c Otl- Trrti.vnieni below. EVENIN...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. January 19.—The cutter Alice, 30 tons, Wright master, from Port Lincoln.   January 21.—The schooner Challenger, Captain   Winter, from the Mauritius, with 100 bags dates   and ballast. SAILED.   22.—The ship Parkfield, 496 tons, Captain   Whiteside, for Colombo and Bombay, in ballast. Passengers—Messrs Brown and Chisolm.     22.—The schooner Musford, 168 tons, Captain     Cleveland, for Launceston, with part of her ori- ginal cargo from the Mauritius.   22.—The barque Christina, 351 tons, Captain   Bell, for King George's Sound and Swan River, with sundries. 22.—The barque Delhi, 360 tons, Captain Herbert, for Hobart Town and New Zealand, with passengers and sundries. 22.—The barque Duchess of Northumberland 541 tons, Captain Geare, for Batavia, in ballast. 22.—The schooner Lowestoft, ...

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WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE. HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 January 1840

WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE. HARBOUR. AGENORIA, (brigantine), 128 tons, Hurst— discharging cargo from Hobart Town—returns immediately. CAROLINE, (ship), 450 tons, Williams— clearing out for Port Phillip. Agents—Chas.       Beck & Co. CLEVELAND, (barque) 400 tons, Marley—     discharging cargo from London. Agent—John Walker. JAMES HOLMES, (barque), 400 tons, Johns —discharging cargo from Sincapore. Agents— Hack Watson & Co. JUSTINE, (barque, 360 tons, Lucas—discharg-       ing cargo from Mauritius. Agents—Chas. Beck & Co. MELROSE, (brig) 288 tons, Nicholson—dis-     charging cargo from New Zealand. Agents— Hack Watson & Co. MINERVA, (schooner), 80 tons, Reid—dis-     charging cargo from Kircaldy. Agent—A. I. Elder. NEW ZEALANDER, (schooner), 60 tons,     Robertson—in st...

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