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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. j £ *. à. 'j£ ». ¿ Ale-Danbar*«, per dozen.. 16 fl ttl <T Ci London, per hbd. . . 9 0 0 .. 10 O' C Ashby'*, per barrel.. 9 Ö 0 . . 10 O O ¡ Colonial/., hbd. .. 7.0 0 .. 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce.»... 6 0 0,. 9 0 0 fresh, lb-....... IO..: io Butter, fresh, lb..... 3 0.. 3 0 «alt, do... 2 2.. 2 6 Coffee, lb.... 9 "... 1 0 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 14 dips, do....... 1 0 12 wax, do.. 3/6.. . 4 0 Casks, oil, per inn,. 4 C O .. 5 0 O Cedar, per foot,... 6.. 9 Cheese,'English, lb....... 14.. 1 6 £ Coloidal,' l l .. 14 * Deals, per foot,. ; 9 1 0 Flour.colonial, per 100 lbs. 1 12 0 .. 1 16 0 Hams; per lb............. 13.. '16 Hops, do. ............ 2:*0 .. 3 0 Hay, perton............. 9, 0 0 ...10 0.0 Iron, do. ............18 0 0 .. 20 0 Maize, per bushel......... 6 0 .-«"- 8 Or .Mutton, fresh/per lb. . /.. - 10 V» 1 0- - . Oil; sperm, per gallon,.... 12 - 0 .. 16 0 ". black/ ; do. ~.... :. 2 6 3 6 Porter, per dozen..... .... 16 Ö .. J. ",<?. 0 - Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

.-~»>-? COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE Januar» 25,1839. TENDERS.-In conséquence of the recent i le« slruction of the Public Offices by. Fire - Notice is hereby given that Tenders will be received from parties desirous of contracting for the erection of Public Offices On the land reserved for such purpos es in Victoria Square, onw before Wednesday the 27 th February, at 12 o'clock*' Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of G. S. Kingston,-Esq., Civil Engineer, on ai id after Wednesday, 20tTi February. The contractors will be required to give security : o the estent of one-third of the contract by them. Par ties are therefore requested to name in their tendens a responsible person as surety; ' ... r.... - By Iiis Excellency's command, .H*;çK;;pEO.\M. STEPHEN, '?.VJ'"rv Colonial Secretarjr^ Çç.rosriAt TaEASuny, ^ menee arising Jgm J*. W^fñ*^W tendering for land payjr^ibtoifbe Trea^ money on the morn^foFbpen^ is hereby given that deposits will not in fütur« IM received at t...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

Jumas Secundas is unavoidably postponed, ; Tor want of room, s A Constant Reader is under consideration. The crowded suite of our columns compi ils us to <miit articles on *'Legislators and Legi: ilation,** "Special 5urveys," and ** the state of tb e Port."

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IMPORTANT ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

IT has seldom fal'en to oar lol to have the pleasure Jo announce a, fact so important to thc Colony, and Iso fraught with numberless ai vantage, as tile ar rival overland froid Sydney with a splendid herd of cattle and one thousand sheep, of Mr, Edward Eyre. We announce the fact as oue of which every colo nist maj be justly^prpud, and the way thus opened, th© road thus formed and its practicability and safe ty established,we may look for regular and abundant supplies of stock from our N. S. Wales friends, and tile fine and almost boundless pastures of South Australia will thusjyery soon, we hope, bs located, and certain wealth flow into our Province. Mr. Eyre's sheep and «attic are at present oa the Mur ray, but he expect? to cross over to thc Mount Barker district tbis woek. . The cattle and sheep have arrived in exceller r condition and with re markable success; To tVie sincere pleasure with which we announce Mr. Eyre's arrival again in the Colony, and tho favorable result of the ...

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ENTRANCE TO LAKE ALEXANDRINA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

EKTßAKCE TOLAKE ALEXANDRINA. ANOTHER attempt has been made to force an entrance into the Lake, and it has met with the usual result, j After surmounting the larger rollers, the party, beaded by Mr. M'Ghie, a j most experiei>o¿d and intrepid whaler, came ' into shallow water at a distance of nearly half ul mile from the shore Here the rollers followed each other tn such rapid snccession that the bu.it was capsized, and parties immersed. Fortu nately they all succeeded in raichin^ the shore, and the boot was soon afterwards drifted tn without'hay^tg- sustained any great injury. Mr. M Xi h ie and his_ patty then dragged the boat o^er the spit of ¡and which divides the omer entrance from the deep water on the i-mer side of the bar. lier* -ihey e.muioyed themselves in j ascertaining the depth of waterfñt a place .as near the bar as .thev could attain to^wUh safety; and found that it did n«tf. ûNcerd sàt-wBlT" Coupling, this fact with the. loTHgr s^ »ace of-shallow water which interven...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

flteUïoe $btppin$ IStport . ARRIVALS. .' , - FEB. 23.-The prig Black Joke, Harding, from Launceston, with sheep. , FEB. 25.-The barque Lindsays, Walsh, from Twofold Bay, with sheep «nd cattle, v FEB. 25.-The barque Thomas Harrison, Smith; from London, with embjrante and a general cargo . DEPABTT/RB». FEB. 30.-The trig Norey*, Lees, for Port Lin coln and Spencer's Çrulf.r . FEB. 22.-The schooner l^fMf^ -âutchihson,' for Kingscote. -: * FEO. 22.-The schooner J^fe, Fasrthorpe, for Launceston. rAS [TKB. 23.-The brig Addaide,j!^U^ for Laun ?FEB. 25.-The schooner 2Vuéf«é¿í Colton, for Port Phillip. :-:-.b-y? YÍííiyí'' - - '-' ¿^-i. Wetearthat allhopea of Vâçj&Mqfr&GtMren» must be abandoned. No tidings of h«r bare yet reached, the Colony; exoept Oat Ú¿ m^er^jf tia» ^schooner Efízaíeth, recently from Lanföfesfoh, saw her« a1>ont forty miles to windwaro *dt Eng's island, and; the ill fated barque waa e^iâehfly too ^b^y jbsllasted^sridwas iaa1d^^r^jN»d^»a|har for crew ^ lef...

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PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

POUT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. i - Captain Toblin has, we belíevg, .commenced taking charge of vessels as ómate pilot] anti a short irme since brought the Industry np^ to Melbourne, drawing eight feet and a half of watery'^hé greatest draught and burthen of any vessel which-lias laid alongside the Queen's wliarf, vvitiionl previously dis charging.-Port Phillip Gazette, Deeitíthi ¿ L. ' '-The barque Caledonia is chartered as^spon as she has landed her prisoners at Sydney, to convey one thousand sheep from Launceston |o Swan River*-Ibid. -. . ; - The native police who left this place under Mr De Villiers, in q est of the murderers of Mr. Rut ledge's shepherd, returned oa Thursday last, after an absence of three weeks, bringing with ibem -lwo blacks as prisoners, supposed: io be"rmp^c&ted in the morder of Mr. Bowerman'sservàntïnd the robbery of Mfr Yaidmyn's sheep. No intelligence, it ap peals, contd be obtained of the part$-*hBy were in seatjcb.of, further than that when they iareje t...

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SHEEP FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

- SHEEP -FARMING. Wc have been favoured with the following valn I « ble papers on the mest important of5 afi colo nial 4opks-Sheep Farming, by a eentlt^afpto whom we have often been indebted fdr 1 similar favours. A detail, such as the following* pos sesses, we doubt not, a much Jivelrersinterest I among our-numerous readers in the interior, thannae most talented and elabdrateTeSsays on political or literary economy :-- ' ' J'sf-t e.~ Calculât ion showing that £5000 sterling Ju vested lin sheep in-New- South Wales at the present prices¡ (Jan. 1339). is more productive than £rj0JD00 laid lout in 3 per pent consols at 91. In other "words, j that money in this colony has 12 tiroes the power il basin England, when so employed. "z* V-.' £ s. rf. Dividend; on £60,000, at 3 per cent Consol?, per annum. 1973 O Oj Sheep Investment. I83S. Jan Purchase or value of 2,200 ewes of three aod four years old, to lamb in March,at 28*. each, clipped,. 3080 0 0 ¡ Purchase of Ô00 nine months ' ewe lambs...

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RECENT SALES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

! liECENI SALES OF SBEl P. DCETKG lae last few1 flays sales have been effected at the, following prices : ? i One flock just arrived at........ 35s. One ditto, all....._.40s. ,Two flocks btere for 12 months, at 38s. One ditto --v . ditto ? at *0s. Lambs to ditto ditto at 30s. - Jfíohpiifft Streft, Aáeinide, - ' " - Februarti2Qth, 1839, SIR.-The character which I crought with roe Crom ny native country, and which I have^usUiped j since my arrival in South Australia, i», I trust, suffi ciently kaown.-fe rat* memr abbve the petty sn-1 ^maticiqos ùlac&of ll«%le*1ingCo*eroment print, by which -1 am unceasingly assailed. In general, thertfore, Ï f^^orV^acs utterly unworthy of notice ; and Isfeoowirëve thus acted on the present occasion, bad not t^t^ntckr been openly connected with the Gomrameatl by^tbte publication of papers which cw1dou1ybattl>eenfarobhed by the Gover nofLor his Privat« Secretary* Thia lends lo the «¿lawm ct^^i^^wmetjniog like an appearance of official wportsr...

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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

SYDNEY EXTRACTS. - In reoly to the numerous cot respondents who have addesscd a» on the subject of the Association, known in Sydney, by. the name of the " Black | Association," we beg to inform them that Bobsit | Scott, Esq. , J. P. , of Glendon, Hunter's River, is the chair man of the body alluded to. Io a short j tune, we may be able to favour our readers with a list ; of members, and the rules and objects of ihU society. -Sydn-y Colonist. . .i.^'' -- We understand that Mr Juha Marshall, the Emigration Agent, has obtaiucd the sanction of the Colonial Government- to introduce four or-five] hundred emigrant Families to Port Phillip, direct.- ? Ibid. - Mr A. S. Donaldson has been appointed agent for-floyds at Sydney.-ibid. . ! - BRIG BEE.-Mr Polack disposed of the above brig on Tuesday last to Mr Peterson, for the sum of £ 1,135. This is the third brig disposed of by Mr Polack within the last few days.-Ibid. - Sir Francis, Lady Forbes, and family, return to ' the colony by the Alfred...

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BEAUTIES OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

..^¡E^PXIES OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ? it,, 4 - GAZETTE, V .. ,. ; XÑitÍ*e South AustralianGazette of the 26th January last appeared a notice issued from the Land Office by command of His Excel lency Colonel Crawler, stilting that the Colo ^t^ftonCommissioiieTshad resojred" strictly *toHfulfil their engagement with th e public that the site of secondary , towns: should he left Altogether to private enterprize," and igi^ing notice that Ute section reserved for tÄ^ishiji of tïieueîg would be open ior purchase «if w particular di^« ; .^V|iat think our reader» of ^IgAíoiring ? entrept; frôuT the voider date ^f'&yífÜj March íaen% ani MnU onr laders of jppn:Èer4\n^AMçnàez Pinto Stevenson, Esq., Colonel Gaoler's mouth piece, and the author of that article* -" We eannot allow (says that worthy) one hour JU»; elapse without entering our public protest hi the name of the Cbainiis sioiier^ "and~ the public generally;- against a íjchehíé which, if carried ínto'éílc^, wffl ^bi^íe^the^ t^i...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum alque, decens curo, et rogo, et monis in hoc sum---Hon. Er., lib. I, ep I, v II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1839. ARRIVAL OF THE "THOMAS HARRISON." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

The Southern Australian.   Quid vervmatgue decent euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoe nan—Hor. Hr., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1839. ARRIVAL OF THE "THOMAS HARRISON."         THE "Thomas Harrison," from Deal, 20th   November, arrived in the port yesterday, and we have been kindly favoured by Capt. Smith with English journals to the 7th November, and by a friend with the Times of November 10th. We regret that the lateness of the hour of our receiving the papers, and our private letters, &c. renders it impossible for us to do more than give a summary of English and South Australian   intelligence until next week. Lord Durham has resigned the govern- ment of Canada! He resigns because the Parliament has interfered with his proceed- ings, and Her Majesty's advisers had thought fit to acquiesce in the determination of the House of Lords. In reply to an address from th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

Salen im ^tillite Statiion. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. N. Bentham, Hmrrley-stréèf; ' four do^rs from Mr. Hack's Stores, tlifS EVENING, February 27, and every ev«nïng during the week : SEVENTY boxen raisins, 100 sides of best bacon, 220 superior hams, 80 boxes of soap, 0 firkins butter, 30 bates dried fish, 20 bags .eans and peas. arthén «are, guns Butter, harness onmonffery, cheese ' Saddles, bridles idies' dresses, soap Saws, knives, a*es en's coat?, bacon Lace, paper, pens lass, herrings Pepper, seeds .-lour,.shirts"- ... ^ . .^Wjues, white and red And 1500 pair of Ladie^nnd gentlemen's Shoes N. Bentham begs to intimalethatorhbeabove mentioned eood* can be obtained at the Auction Prices, until 2 o'clock on the following dav, offer-1 »«ga great accomodation to heads nf farniHe« who cannot conveniently attend the evening sales, which jjenerally 'in lude every useful article. Town and Country Land _. sn iud to purchasers. j £5 to £.500 to lend on saleable securi'y. Importan...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

MARRIED— On the 18th October last, at Kenil- worth, ROBERT GOUGER, Esq., of Adelaide, South Australia, to SARAH, eldest daughter of   JAMES WHITTEM, Esq., of the former place.     DIED— On Sunday last, the 24th February, at Beaumont Grange farm, Mr. FRANK BIDDULPH, aged 27.        

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND EXTRACTS.         WE have received Van Diemen's Land papers to the 18th ult., from which we take some extracts. We are happy to learn from the Hobart Town Town papers, that the Influenza, which had been raging there for some time past, and proved fatal to many, has at length almost disappeared. lt is, however, committing great havoc at Launceston. The Hobart Town market prices shew that wheat is on the rise, in consequence, it is said, of the great demand from Sydney. The Courier states it at from 8s 3d. to 9s. per bushel ; flour, £24. In consequence of the death of the late Surveyor General of Van Diemen's Land, G. Franklin, Esq., Capt. Boyd has succeeded to that appointment, which appears to give great satisfaction to the colonists. Capt. Montague, the Colonial Secretary, we perceive, has procured leave of absence to pro- ceed to England, and is succeeded in his office by Capt. Forster, the late Chief Police Mag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

Southern Australian Office. THE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Wednesday morning at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Rundle Street.           PRICE OF THE PAPER — 6d. per number, or 26s per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS — 6 lines and under (each insertion) 3s. 6d ; above 6 lines 3d. per line — Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuesday;   orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be senat to the office before 4 o'clock on Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements mustbe marked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded. All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance.                 AG...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

THE ABORIGINES.   We know of no subj Ä«s*ririik M of mole so deeply influenced-none by which 01 cûài^V ^^plé; wàl be more di^ctl ....«flWjf . »Pt of that claä A .;- \ysUii^rftomt -that tbe civilized ina ^ olï the cönäjar c We deem á^t ^uth 'a conviction leads, w ; logically pursued, to conclusions tbe too untenable : and once allowed, becomes]tl fruitful parent of many a fatal error. jBi ; whilst we support, as we unhesitatingly d ,. the theory of the Act, and insist that? tl ; ground is waste and uncultivated, and lu] hold our right to make the.earth even ai tl garden of Eden-a land of oil and hone; aland of the grape and of the pomegrariat a land to be covered with the sheaves of golden harvest, and to be whitened hy \ tl flocks upon a thousand hüls;-whilst, i iàct, we declare our right to labour asi tl master of the harvest has commanded us> v couple with this assertion another wbic hinds us to the sable inhabitants of the iso os BRETHREN; not in a fantastic and s...

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DIRECTIONS FOR ENTERING PORT PHILLIP, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1839

DIRECTIONS FOR ENTERING PORT PHILLIP, By Captain W. Robson, R.N., of Her Majesty's Ship Rattlesnake. In approaching Port Phillip from the westward, the entrance cannot be distinguished until Point Nepean bears N. N. E ; then yon open Shortland's Bluff and obtain a view of the estuary. But the posi tion of this entrance is easily determined by its situa tion, with respect to Mount Flinders to the westward, and Arthur's Seat to the eastward. Mount Flinders is a small flat topped hill, at the extremity of low land ; it makes like an island, and bears W. ½ N from Point Nepean.   Arthur's Seat is the highest land on the coast west ward of Western Port. From the southward its   north-west extremity appears precipitous, it slopes to to the south east, aud its summit bears from Point   Nepean E. ½ S.   Point Nepean, on the eastern side of the entrance, is situated at the extremity of a peninsula which slopes gradually from the base of Arthur's Seat ; a...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Wc ave comyetied. jrcin'.irant oj nunn, it» omit several urti des. atm muong t ht tn one on *' thr Lies of the Dav." uart i a in í !/:;«, tinta our nett. MAXIMA FI-MCI ¡AS IS IN type, but must stand over titi «raf. week. li.'s request as to the Po t Office trill receive our early Mt tent ion . Mr. C. South's order to omit bi* advertisement lb' MO Icing men lo p'oceed to Port~L.incoln. having-beeu fe«:ej*ed at the «mee too iaie io he attended tn thr **ffk, thai ^enMieman has reo,t»e-ied tit» to notify iha; »be ni rnber required ha*e bren en«a¿fc«1, a-ul (ha thcreto.-e no further applications wiii be leceived.

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

: flfcrlaiue shipping «Seport. I ARICVALä. i 51 AR«:« 9th.-Tb« schooner Munja- tl. from Laun ceston, with sheep. OEPÄRTPIES. A1»HC«4);II.-T-he-biig -Nereus. .Lees, for Kings cote. ¡WAUCH 1 Ith.- The bri* David Whitton. Wiij»ht. for Port Phil lip. ; SiMt DAY.-The schooner Victoria, Hutchinson, for Kingscote. SAMS DAV.-The barque Laity Emma, Price, for Launceston. The Britomart ram« upon htr anchor in getting into port thu o'lie «lay. ami will require repairs We qndtirs'a:!;! »ha; i Jr. Imlay has charged the Memmce and T.'¿om<t¿ Harrison, in addition to hi< OAM ve»$e¡, the lindseys, tor the conveyance cf *heep 3Ü.I cattle from í wofold Lay to our colony. i iib Catherine Stewart. Forbes i* so lon? overdue fiiat tesis are entertained for her safety. Jt is kno*n thal she lett the. Thames on 10!h October la-t, and «he was detained at Plymouth unlit the 22nd ot the 'same moa'h, when «.lie finally got away. The Chan nel «a-t, however, » wited with a most tremendous tiu...

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