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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 22 September 1838

IMPORTANT SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,   BY V. & E. SOLOMON,                       On WEDNESDAY next, at Eleven o'clock, without reserve, at their Stores, Sydney-house, Gilles Arcade—   FLOUR Oil Cheese Lamp wicks   Pork Fruits   Hams Glass Bacon Hats Rice Hosiery       Porter Haberdashery Ale Jewellery Claret wine Perfumery Port Clothing of all kinds Sherry Boots and shoes Champagne Paints Tea Guns Sugar Pistols Starch Shot and shot belts Candles Powder Candlesticks Gig harness Nails Watches           with a variety of other merchandize, particulars of which will be given in handbills. Terms made known at the time of sale. September 21, 1838.     &amp...

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Explanation of the Bank. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

Explanation of the Bank. I am,&c. GEO. STEVENSON. This very charge of 20 per cent. is in virtue of instructions from the Commissioners in England, dated August, 1836, to the Company, as their agents, and is in these words:—"And that you shall charge 20 per cent. on the prime cost of the       materials (if any), and labor you may furnish in   the colony for the purpose of completing the cot- tages; this advance of 20 per cent. to include the [?] of superintendence, and the account to be discharged   by a draft on the commissioners in London, drawn by the Resident Commissioner at 60 days' sight." Any, consequentry, 10 per cent, is to be   paid out of this 20 to Mr. John White, for the superintending the erection of the cottages, and   then what do the Company get by it? Bills on London being, when the account was rendered, and when the former paymetn on this account was made by the Trea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. ***w*rt?r TO BE SOtD BY AUCTION BV/i/.fcf'B'itr/i/j^ . ..* ? X?, ? vtr^vivo '' . At bis premies, lhi? hi EMM/, feepteiuucr 29, ?tsix o'clock precisely— rp.JE following GOODS, consisting of- X Lots Ito o —c.cli one box tire-works Lots Gto 10-each half gross gimbkts LomiCl;l-L.a?.|.balfisro SS ?iulfl.o SeB Lots 14 tv Itf—eat h half gross scissors Luis i 7 to 40—each muslin diess Lou 41 to *)-eaeh summer suits, twill jackets, vests, and dnl trousers Lots ol to 57—Mueher boots Lots 08 to G2-each dozen pair braces Lot?0;)to73-bagsofpouioh Lots 74 to *-'<3—eat h files and rasps Lots b7 to to-each boxes Seidlitz powderi Lot 94—half dozen razors Lots yj to 100-cach one dozen japanned can dlcsticks Lots lul to 110-ea.h one dozen iron spoons LoU il l to \'2O— t adi one duztn pudlocts And on MONDAY, :tt one o'clock, Lots Ito B—jars of herrings Lots y to 12—eacli two mutton hams and five touguts Lot IJ—one tongue and two Westphalia hams Lot 14—sixty pou potted lobst...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1838 LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1838 LATEST NEWS. COLONEL GAWLER sailed from Plymouth on the 11th June, and may be hourly expected. His appointment as Colonial Commissioner had been gazetted; and Mr. Fisher is therefore formally superseded. It is not known whether     the office of Registrar-genaral, which Mr. Fisher also holds, is to be given to another. Report says not; but as the story from the same Quarter is that Messrs. Gouger and Mann are reinstated, there is evidently no reliance to   be placed upon it. Another report is that His Excellency the Acting Governor is confirmed as Advocate-general. The only facts, however, to be depended upon affecting the old officers of the Government are that Mr. Gilles, the Colonial Treasurer, continues to hold that office; and it is hoped (a hope in which we cordially join) that Mr. Gilbert, the Store- keeper, will also remain. A few days longer and all doubt must be removed. The news of ...

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THE NEW GOVERNOR AND GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

THE NEW GOVERNOR AND GOVERNMENT. ONE would have thought that the arrival of a new Governor would have been the signal, not merely for oblivion of past dissentions, but for the commencement of a system of mutual forbearance and conciliation. It might have been expected that Colonel Gawler would, in the first instance, have at least been allowed a " fair trial," and that it would have been con- sidered time enough to quarrel with his ad- ministration or to arraign his powers when his actions were shown to be wrong, or unjust, or impolitic, or when he overstepped the limits of that authority with which he had been in- trusted. These expectations, we think, were but reasonable. But the party of which Mr. Mann is the mouthpiece, and which professes   " to hold the interests of the colony paramount to its own," entertains no such dull or common- place notions. Their pet apple of discord —   " the powers of the Governor" has already been tossed out of the basket ;...

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ENTRANCE OF THE MURRAY.?— OFFICIAL REPORT OF CAPT. STURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

ENTRANCE OF THE MURRAY.— OFFICIAL REPORT OF CAPT. STURT. ALL further doubt regarding a practicable or navigable communication by the outlet of Lake Alexandrina with the ocean is now finally set at rest. The result of the recent examination of Captain Sturt satisfactorily proves that there is none. The only connection, therefore, that can be formed between Victor Harbour, which now becomes the seaport of that rich district, and the nearest portion of the outlet, must be by the land route we formerly described of nine miles over an almost perfect flat—a dis  - tance not much more than from South Adelaide   to the Port. From the best information we have obtained it may be considered a journey of from three to four days with loaded waggons from this to Victor Harbour; and, what is equally important, of about five days direct from   Adelaide to the Lake by Mount Barker. As our herds and flocks extend over the fertile districts between us and the western shores o...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. No assertion can be more unwarranted-no statement more untrue than that this journal has ever sought to injure the true interests of the South Australian Company. On the contrary, conscientiously believing the colonial management of that Company to be in no shape identified with the views of its chief   proprietors—to be adverse alike to their pros- perity and to the prosperity of the province, we have without hesitation exposed its pro- ceeding's whenever these have appeared to us     sufficiently inimical to the general weal to   merit public reprehension. Nor have we the slightest reason to think our course an im- proper one—least of all have we seen cause to alter it. An institution of this description,   and with the pretensions of this Company, issuing its paper without limit or check, would require vigilant watching under any circum- stances, but more especially when the influence it ne...

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To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette Gentlemen. with respect, I remain, Your devoted Servent, EDWARD STONE. GENTLEMAN-I would call your attention to a paragraph in the Colonial Register about some slurs cast upon my character, such as supposing me to be a runaway convict. The purpose of my writing to you is to inform those who think me a convict that they are mistaken. I am no convict, nor ever have been. I hope you will let this be placed in your paper.

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CHARGE BY MR. MANN AGAINST THE LATE SIR JOHN JEFFCOTT AND MR. STEVENSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

CHARGE BY MR. MANN AGAINST THE LATE SIR JOHN JEFFCOTT AND MR. STEVENSON. MR. MANN has filled six columns of his news- paper with a defence of his conduct as Public Prosecuter in the case of Mr. Samuel Stephens and has besides exhibited, not for the first time, much wrath because the reasons so " long per- tinaciously withheld" which induced Governor Hindmarsh to give Sir John Jeffcott a second leave of absence had at length been extorted by Mr. Mann's own misrepresentations of the Governor's motives on that occasion. These two subjects, not necessarily connected, have   notwithstanding been so mixed together that it   is now scarcely worth while to conisder them separately; and, as the entire matter has long   since been destitute of public interest, we shall not detain our readers with any labored dis- section of Mr. Mann's explanations, still less with an unnecessary defence either of the dead or living. If Mr. Mann be as he says "con- vinced...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

MARRIAGE. September 24.— William Strummy to Jane Jones.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 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. (N0.8.) Colonial Secretary's Office, August 17, 1838 NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that in conformity with the order in Council of   August 10, 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 Oflice. GOVERNMENT ORDER. 9.) Colonial Secretary''s Office, August 17, 1838 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in con formity with the order in Council of   August 16, all persons occupying the Park Lands will be required to remove therefrom on or before the 15th day of November next ensuing, and that persons rema...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 29 September 1838

IMPORTS. September 23.—Barque WINCHESTER, 393 tons register, John Salmon, Commander, from London:—946 bundles iron, 810 deals, 21 boat anchors, 1 oil butt, 15 lengths junk, 20 bags rice, 120 oil packages, 2 weighing machines, 5 cases specie, 106 bags sugar, 13,000 bricks, 1 cow and   calf, 50 barrels flour, 50 barrels pork, 63¼ casks     wine, 15 hhd 10 barrels stout, 15 hhd 12 barrels rum, 5 hhd Geneva, 11 hhd brandy, 55 firkins but- ter, 10 casks earthenware, 119 casks 5 bundles 7 boxes 9 bales 40 cans 126 packages 20 barrels sundries.—12o passengers. Adelaide :—Printed and Published by the Pro- prietor, 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 3d. for every additional line. O...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The length to which the Report of the Dinner to Colonel Gawler has extended ex-   cludes several articles prepared for this number — particularly one in reference to the Harbour the postponement of which we regret extremely.

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 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 ed. for every additional line. £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, p hhd. 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Ditto, Ashby, p barrel.. 8 10 0 — 9 0 0   Ditto, bottled, Dunbar's p dozen 0 16 0 — 0 19 0     Ditto. Colonial, in hhds... 7 0 0 — 7 10 0 Porter, London, p hhd 9 0 0 —10 0 0 Ditto, in bottles, p doz 0 16 0 — 0 19 0 Ditto, Colonial, in hhds.... 5 10 0 — 6 0 0 Beef, fresh, p lb 0 1 0 Mutton, ditto 0 1 0 Butter, ditto 0 4 0 Ditto, salt, p lb 0 2 3 — 0 2 9 Coffee, p lb ordinary 0 0 11 — 0 1 1   Ditto, Mocha 0 1 3 — 0 1 6 Cheese, p lb English 0 2 0 — 0 2 3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE         ALL PUBLIC ACTS appcarinj in this Cazeitk, xtyned by the proper authorities, am in on eon- gtdtred otlleial and übey<d as such, liil command. GEb.Sr£VJ>:XiiOX Ckr.'i v> CuiiiicH, vftTipp GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (No. 8.) Colonial bivcutTAUVs Orncr, Auf/ust \7, Item. NOTICE IS HEREIJY GIVEN that in conformity with the order in Council ol August 14, no brickmaking will be permitted on the Park Land from and after the Jliii Octobu i uxt Lii^ui-' " ' % bis Excellency's command, V.\ NATION, Chief Clerk. Ctf!jKial O.Tice. (JOVFIINMENT OiiDi.lt (No. 9.) C'olomai. JMicuiAin'sOrrJci-, 17, I^JS, "\TOTIC_ IS 11KREBV GIVEN that in con i_N fori.iitv v..ta the order in Cuuwi-.il vi Aupust l-J.iiU poisons occupying ti.e I?ark Lan.ls Vt-ill he rciiiureJ to ru'iuovo thtiv.To.ii on orWfore the 1 Jth d.'iy yt' Novciu'jc-r iuxt tii-uia^', i.;id ths-'t j>ersons roiiuiaing t;.L'rcoa att-.:r V..U tiay wi...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1838. CONTROL OVER THE PUBLIC PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1838. CONTROL OVER THE PUBLIC PURSE. IF a certain learned editor had studied the History of Ancient Greece with the earnest-   ness he pretends to have done, he would have discovered that prior to the invention of the thrashing-mill corn was separated from chaff by a wooden instrument vulgarly called a flail. To apply this instrument to its right use required considerable practice, and "it was remarked"—as Mr. Mann would say — "by Thucydides" that tyros in the science of flagellation were wont to bestow upon their own proper persons the blows intended for the sheaf. Or had the erudite gentleman deigned to consult on the point his more modern acquaintance, " the great Luther," he would have found, in addition to the very original and intelligible observation imputed to him by Mr. Mann, " that Reason might be compared to an inebriated equestrian, who, if you placed him on one side of his horse, would fall over on the other," as ...

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fond records."—SHAKESPEARE. THE FRENCH ACADEMY.—Plato and his fol- lowers were accustomed to resemble in the house of one Academus, hence the terms Academy and Academician, still in use amongst us. The French Academy was instituted by Cardinal Richelieu, in 1635, with the object of perfecting the French language, embracing all matters of grammar,   poetry, eloquence, &c., its motto being Adm-   mortalite. How far the Cardinal himself assisted to promote this object is well known by the con-   troversy on the Cid. Like most institutions of the kind it has produced much that is great and a great deal that is little; and the partiality, brigue, and want of discrimination that was shewn in the prostitution of its honors, at length ren- dered them but little coveted. Every body knows Piren's epitaph upon himself:— " Ci git Piron qui, ne fut rien, Pas mome academicien." This might be the captiousnes...

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COLONIZATION OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

COLONIZATION OF NEW ZEALAND. A SELECT COMMITTEE of the House of Lords has been appointed to enquire into the Present state of New Zealand, and the ex- pediency of regulating the settlement of British subjects there. This committee was named on the 30th of March on the motion of the Earl of Devon; and it is probably our next   arrivals from England may bring the printed report. In the meantime, as our readers can- not fail to be interested in everything con- nected with the settlement of the Islands of New Zealand, we subjoin the observations which were made in the House on the occasion   to which we refer:— House of Lords, March 30, 1838.   The Duke of Richmond inquired if there was not a private company, or a joint-stock specula- tion, formed for this purpose?   The Earl of Devon—Certainly not a joint-   stock company. The Duke of Richmond said the reason he put the question was because he did not think it would be ri...

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DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH-WEST PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH-WEST PASSAGE. The Morning Chronicle has published a short but most interesting account of a highly important scientific expedition undertaken at the expence of the Hudson's Bay Company, for the survey of the extreme northern coast of America, and thus far   conducted by the two enterprising leaders, Mr. P. W. Dease and Mr. Thomas Simpson, in a   satisfactory and successful manner.     These gentlemen, with tea attendants reached Port Good Hope, the most northerly settlement of the Hudson's Bay Company, on the 4th of July last, and dropped down the Mackenzie River in     their boats. They reached the ocean on the 9th of July, and, proceeding in a westerly direction, they followed the line of coast till they arrived at Point Barrow, completing thus the survey of the   coast between the extreme points laid down by Captains Beechey and Franklin. Thus the   &...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 October 1838

IMPORTS. Oct 2—Africaine, 136 tons, M. McTaggart, com- mander, from London : —4 casks shot, 40 barrels pitch and tar, 58 coils rope, 95 casks beef, 21 try- pots, 4 copper coolers, 60 tins oil and turpentine, 25 gt. hd. staves, 609 deals, 752 bundles iron   hoops, 228 old shooks, 50 new shooks, 50 ask oars, 4 whale boats, 574 bars iron, 14 sheets lead, 163   oil packs, 3000 fire bricks, 3000 slates, 1 cask camp ovens, 2 tons chalk, 9 pieces timber, 4 spars, 180 buttons, 17 casks 2 cases ironmongery, 1 case lathes, 2 casks rivets, 2 bundles carpenters' tools, stocks and dies; 7 casks slop slothing, 2 bales wool packs, 9 wheels, 2 drums, 3 forge backs, 6 bandies doors, 20 boxes crown window glass, 2 bundles lance poles, 12 grindstones, 1 case looking glass, 1 cask British linens, 1 pair bellows, 8 bundles cork, 5 casks coopers' flags, 8 cases marine metal, sheathing copper, and lamp cottons; 2 cases 11 casks whale line, 3 kegs slating nails and iron- mongery, ...

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