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MR. EYRES JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

MK. EYRES JOURNEY. WR insett the follow i ¿ re-.ori ni Mr Kv e > overland journey, as fu-.n»hed by ^eu'A*' mau to Hts Excellem y : - My |»a.'!y is composed of thitleeu individual*. < v . elusive of my-elf. an«' t*o hoy* abo«of »i:e Hume and Murrumbidgee mer«; ami my * o:-k <«w *i«ting of about one thousand *he*p,aLouf l t hu: dit si head of rattle, and four teams. We lett Limestone Plan« Cour point «»f défailli:. } on the 5th December, 1838, aid tarlo*¡DE the ¡tit ii road lo Poi! Phillip as Jar as »he cit'*»iig ( Uri ul the Murrumbidgee, we tm ».td «hat «ivei to ¡be ««-.»«. ward, instead of following luther south, as .tlJ im parties coming to this colony had pr«i iuti».| » do-.^, and by this means we avoided c«cssing the. seteiai - ... rivers on that linc of road, mate: ta hy phonen«. d ;hr distance, and obtained a mme abu» aut supply of feeil and water for oui stock. Atter pa~*:nt¿ ri:v party twice aeruss the M MU U tn bidtte, to avoid M mi rantes, I contin...

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

er John, Dunscomle, ^í'Leiú, fron» J^v^^-t wilh^e«^--/ ' " 7" ü/," - / ? ' ?s^vDj^T^Sçh'ooner ji&éohâ, ^Hawson/ from y^íflTy^^iíUlB^e^l^árgo* ~u : --ff from Láuo<^bV,;«lm^lneepli- . * 1 ^ 1 -'?>'«- ! SAME DÁH-fJárq^ie Brítoiá^^UcÚtauiá^ from Hobart Towá¿wUh'sheep. :,i ? :.. SAME DAY.^-5icliooner f-íciorta, , Hutchinaaa* from Po»i Lincoln. . f - : : % i SAME D.Ar.--Barqué flenr» IVeUétíey^ Boss, from Ba* avia, withsugar, &c. 7 SjVMa Í>AY7-Bruj Dâijîrf irÂitfon, Wiight, bjorn Port phínip with"ffie^pv ' ? : SAMEJDAY.-Bargué Lady JEnôâa, 'i'iice^ hom l-auúcé^iOQ, willi" gÚeep. " 7 '-. , . ', .v - . .7 OKPABTCRES. . ' " , '\ M'A-nrH.. 2.--Balqué' LbdyMary' Pelham i" Uc Kellar', foi- (Jeorge'lowo, ? " : SA»K PAT.-bchóuaer Henry Freeling, Morris, "for Launceston.'" ''' . - - . , The John Pirie'; Crom Hiiis tb Syd Bey i arriv*d al:Hie, íatter'port, all well, Jarruáfy J9ih. . U'e umlersund.¿the schpouer Dörset has been pur chasedjróm Capt. Poner by M r.C. isf...

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

? To lite FdHor of the Souther* ím-traflnñ SIR,-I cannot help expressing my'sfiTptïwth^i'. you should so long have remained silent on thc subject of the inveterate mania that is ulta kin;? sc many of the people» and which ts seriously affect ing the commercial interest-I allude to the LA JOBBING« To such an extent has this sp^iies o: gambling arrived that means not very creditable t * some of the parties are frequently resorted to fW the purpose of ** raising the wind," to enable thc^r. , t« play the desperate game. The middle and p<* r - : j classe* are ruuniug into debt, compounding wi I creditors, effecting assignments, or aastinx icy vency,at the very moment they are esp^udinK lav^s. ! sums in Laad Companies, not a farthing of -w. they wiil probably ever see again, although me..:" wüile they are reducing themselves aa»! meir fozni Hes to beggary. It must be evident t?ia$ î do not allude to tb" rational investment of capital in the pureba^* goodland, which is judicions...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO ROWLAND HILL, ESQ. ADELAIDE, March 12, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO ROWLAND IÏILL. ESQ. ADELAIDE. M areli 12, 1859. DEAR HILL.-I ha«« had so mush to see »nd sn mach to learn ¡r» this wonderful plan« late?y and tn) noie>hoiik is «..» fa I of *- scrags and »kttches,'" that I aosîîiveîy hate itea'ec'fd lo wriie lo j< o. bu; you may depend upon my dnm>> so soon ;-in the ni am ¡me J cannot help «ettdi. g y.-u a enpv of a letter from out fi tend Y Sc Z, wlii<-li you can lay hrfore the Commis «ioners the next board day for itu ir «pprobalinu. I j bavé IR my scrap-hook ja Tew sketches of the eloqnence i and eífra-ordífiary I8leiil of the great Le»al Poi'-GCN j to «hom be s» kindly alludes, »n i I v.ill lavni y»w i with a ¡tw shortly, for your edification. You mai j soon look for a letter from me, and though I speak plain, and sneak «ut. iel never m.nd Vor P's & O'». And si jon have gol the " newspaper," jon siy ; well, fm glad * tb hear ¡I,-»h^uirh »ou are rb In in «aying if is '* q»i ê devo...

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SPECIAL SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

j ; spEcf A< stravcrs. Dtrmsc the Inst ten days TWO moreSj>ecialSur veys have been paid for, making in all TES, bj which the Labor Fund is, or ought, to be, in creased £40,000. Viewed in this liaht, it is a gratirying fact ; it is also consolatory to have this evideuce of the amount of the unemployed capi tal in the Province, and, satisfactory, to find that the neighbourhood of Adelaide is so highly es teemed as to offer inducements to parties to pay £36,000 (the cost of nine special surveys) for Und immediately surrounding it ;- but at the same time ive must express our decided opinion that the greater part pf the sum above mentioned might have bren employed moté profitably for individuals and more beneficially for the Pro vince. We fear that many of the special surveys lately claimed have been taken by parties as mere speculations, and will not add tn any way : to the wealth or advancement of the Province ; j and although we do not presume to interfere willi j privat...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

1 OKIG.IXAI. CORRESPONDENCE. I faillie Éititor of ike Sóu them Australian. ÍÍ Sîftrffi*1 your -paper ÔTtfte &*th February ap pçfced ^ following ariiclfe : " ïii% ^ñím»s!oners,^aíeÍú! to £-rdonel Light for yf**_,i.¿r_.f -^W^VÍ:- rf,ï«ïd notVetire Not so, thought " j*'6*-*? - ^ *" ao wijr ihteïvièw-with Co), Light -^ttiajidisijnguwlied^ in every. respWlXe'JtrepV that'ofihe^Qoeeu's commission) bi* «ùperîrtï-^he behaved wltteSriUdied coldness, and «« pressed regret thal tire Ctíonel s letter tu Mr. rlfll j_piec'ttàe1l~1iim from : i*-appointing bini' Surveyor-1 General. Tim wá!Íthé-|ir^mve..MátejRient at first' «adé. -iSésne tbr e or- mqre .^Vks/Vftêr-this how ever dispatclies arrived irom ifie Çomrôijwibnefs. ao<t J the Coronet was thea »ritten; ti» by Col. Gawler, j .f.0ear Sirring " biro /and expressing bi* regret thal J va3he £Col. Light) had uo't applied for %w reiimate, Í ment, he had been compelled to ofter it to Capt-. ; Sturt. Now one of these causés of the* n...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

: ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ *. *. .? * Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 16 0 to 1 London, per hhd, .« Ashby's, perbarret.. Colonial* . . bbd. .. Beef, per tierce.......... fresh,lb. .......... Batter, fresh, lb. ........ silt, do. ........ Coffee, lb,.../........ . . Candles, moulds, lb..... dips, do....... wait, do, ..r. Casks, oil, per tun, ... ;. J Cedar, per foot,.;.. .......£ Cheese, English, lb.....--¿. . 1 Colonial, . 1 Deals, per foot,...¿'..... <r~ Flour, colonial, per HXMbt. 1 12 Hams, per lb.. « ..' . .> i . - * - 1 Hops^ "do. V» . . .> i'2< Hay, per ton, ilvon, do. ....».?.?....18 Maize,perbashel,^ '" Mutton, fresh, 9 O 0 ..10 6 O 0 .. 10 7 .0 0 ... i 6 0 Ô 9 IO . . 3 0 .. 22.* ' - S- « . 1 3 1 0 3; 6 4 C 0 5 ? - l 4 ;. 1 9i 0-.. 1 16 3;.. . i 0 * "3 0 ...... ^ 0,üi;; M,f Ó 0 O Ï0*.V*0 fl 0 8 0 -1-2 s! 0 0 0 o o1 o 6 6 6 -4 0 0 9 6 4 0 0 6 :6' o: 'Vi Oil,sperm,per gallon,.. .¿ ; IS - 0 16 0 - btáck, . ?>-. * 6 Porter;perooxen,^«..«*.]. X16 JO'j.» ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [From the Spectator, Saturday, November 3, 1838.] CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

KXCLISÍI EXTRACTS. ¡ [Fruin tte Spectator, Saturday, Kovexnber 3, ^NOTHERIBI^ -iM«gs_- M; *r|:, Îîgençe from. ÇnwïSn: ttf-^e^ihl« WTie, $ad been several rôt-ëiiiigs addrè** 1.« r«i .0t»hatn, but they w*r«¿»t?«ndeji+xçlMsï\ ?lyJ y tfce british''pariy.jj^. f rench iiibhbH freeholders of the' Ci tv of^ Q«e^?^to, t1«i nurbber o/three îbOujapd,: h«i*i a ineetin^; ard pained resolniion^yc^ji^ wanton. Outrage* of biiriûhç '"LWo!^ rlroK^anr«TîelKfer, -and- thankjmgifíj? ï-Orrfshi|»;iûnii Mr.>|*ödef àfby th^df " *' strenùbu* ewl ' *r>eVseT^^Ç i'elibrî« î« favour" pf the rights and liberties ol the pí-oide of Canada?." "The *lsÜTfti*¡h" party ia Monreal* bo*-vèver, had repeaed t&e ** on»rafi*,*'.b«t with Lord Brotíghirn they couped^<#:4.ord>:Kiîeî' horou^h or any Tory, bu:--Lords Alelbotin and Glenelg! The^föllöwMnir í** descripti? rt of the operation, tajeen from the Twy ]¿npe«, lh« Montreal tíéifáid'-^ *f- ' * - "'... V Two rranf^r^nc^. jtí^^ fnet by nine, rc?m [...

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NEWS FROM CANADA. Liverpool, Monday, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

NEWS FROM CANADA. Liverpool, Mondan, Ko-ember 5. The Royal William steamer arrived at noon to-day from Kew York. She sailed i n the 20th tilt., and has consequently made tire river in fifteen days. She experienced two severe «¿ales on her homewaid pas*age and weathered them bravely. The passengers by the Royal William amount to îwenty nine, and amongst them is the son of Sir John Conroy, who is the bearer of official dispatches from Lotd Durham Agood deal of interest has pt evaded here during the last day or two respecting the Royal William, and as she neared the port, »die-was saluted with heat ty cheering fwm the Princes pier. The* day was beautifully fine ard clear, and the piers j in consequence were crowded b) persons anxious ¡ to witness her ai rh al. The most important poetical intelligence bi ought by this conveyance, is a document issued by Lord Durham on the occasion of pro claiming, as required by the act- the Indemnity Act passed during the last session-und the cir cumst...

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

By Mr. Crabb, THIS DAY, at Twelve o'clock precisely, cn ihe premises, al the risk of former pur chaser, rip Ii AT newly erected HOUSE in Hindley * street, situated behind the Tasmanian Eating House, particulars of which will be made known at time of sale. Terni» cash, or an approved bill at three mouths. Important to Flockmr.sters and Others. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By 23". Bentham, llindley-street, four doors west of Mr. Hack's A SUPERIOR lotof SAXON and MEItINO EWES, from the celebrated flock of Thomas Archer, Esq, M C of Van Diemen s Land The sires of the*e ewes cost from £35 to £50 each. This opportunity Cnot likely to o cur again for years) should not be missed by parues wishing to breed splendid rams for their fl'«ksj The ewes will be put up in s a. al I lots io-suit ali purchasers, on liberal terms, and the time of sale announced next week. Now on haad 18,000 fl-et of Cedur from ¿ to 2} inch planks. 20,000 Bricks to be sold cheap far cash. From £5 to £50© to lend on sal...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoe sum.---Hor. Er., lib., I. ep. I, v II. ADELAIDE: WEDNEDAY, MARCH 6, 1839. Black George sits i'the neuk Hatching s'anders new. Ye'll rue the day, Gov'nor, The De'il first came to you. —Old Scotch Jacobite Song. The Devil was sick, the Devil was ill, The Devil a monk would be — The Devil got better, the Devil got well, But the Devil a monk was he. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

srfte Soutientaustralian, "j ' Qa id verum atqiie decennntro, et rogo, et omni» in hoe .««oí.-Hoa.fp., lib. 1, e|>i l,v- ll. . ADÉLAÏDE: WEDNESDAY;JÍARCH 6,1839: .; Black George sits Tthe iieoJc ' ' Hashing slanders new. . \f ' ^ ' Yé'lí roe ihè day, Çôv'nbr, " ¡ ; Thé De'iT first -'came to' you." - '. ? * ' -^Gld Scotch Jacobite Song. The Devil waa sick, the Devil was/ill, The Devil a tóonk woajd^ev-v-:; ¿ <í~;_/;y_ The'Devil got betler, ihè »«vit'gotwell» JrifcV. ; . But the Davit a monk wasfhe.j.. : . r. THS, faWqX&e/3^ubr of. the. GazeUej is somewhat lie that of a chimney-sweep % scavenger; - Every-one .of. his party admits ! him sub umi^r -into bis Choose, yet every one shuirë^ân: m:=tBë broad light of day. j 'T^J^;'^^^^,«!«»!^. ';^i»tpmed ! to. use latij^a|^Wtb regard lo this paragoii of, political .wTite^,' which we afe} jwell assured :would , baye been : anythings f]^iit pleasing, e!en to iheirypes. we have chosen as illustrations.' of tte man; . aäd ye...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

MARRIED—On the 10th inst., at Trinity Church,   by the Rev. C. B. HOWARD.—W. SLATER, Esq.   of Preston, Kent, to CAROLINE, second daughter of N. COWLES, Esq., of the Stock Exchange, Lon-   don.

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

WOOL. " In order to assimilate the Australian wool as much as possible with tbe German in preparing it for market, the fleeces should not be broken, but merely divested of the breech and stained locks, so assorted or arrang- ed that each package may contain fleeces of the same character as to colour, length of staple, fineness of hair, and general quality.                 "If the washing has been performed at the same time and place, and with an equal degree of care, the colour is likely to be uniform, and it will then only be necessary to attend to the casting of the fleeces as to length, fineness, and general quality ; but if the large grower has flocks of different breeds, and fed on dif- ferent soils, care should be taken that the fleeces be separated, first as to colour, and then again as to length, fineness, &c. " The fleeces being assorted as already suggested, shou...

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

THE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which, 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 ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 4 o'clock on Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must be 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.       AGENTS FOR THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. LONDON : John Gliddon, Esq, 3 Austin Friars: Man- chester : "The Guardian " Office. Leeds : ""The Mer- cury? Office, ...

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

p7w^SPrTiecmï7îT^?âTinul C"'uiitenrihiide«l.: All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN.   LONDON : Messrs. Tinkler & Hancock, S. A. Agency   Office, 3 Austin Friars, and 17 st. Dunstan's Hill Man- chester "The Guardian" Office Leeds : "The Mer-cury " Office, and S. Heald, Esq.,, Surgeon, 73 Kirksgate Hull : Mr. James Purdon, Bookseller, Market Place. Liverpool : " The Liverpool Journal " Office, 33 Castle-         street. Bristol : Mr. James Phillip, Bookseller, Clare-   street. Glasgow : " The Argus " Office Edinburgh : Messrs. W. and R. Chambers. Dublin: Messrs John- ston and Co. Eden Quay .   HOBART TOWN : J. C. Macdougall Esq.. "Times"   Office, Launceston : H. Dowling, Esq., " Advertiser " Office.   SYDNEY : Mr. George Rattray, Agent, Jamieson-st. PORT PHILLIP — Mr. D. McArthur, Eliz...

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

MILNER ESTATE . PORT GAWLER. MR. NEALES BENTHAM begs leave to   inform Iiis friends and the pubiic, and par   ticularly newly arrived emigrants, that the pro prietor of the above beautiful estate, the Hon. G. M. Stephen, has determined upon laving out a town upon a site which lias been examined and approved of by several gentlemen of ac knowledged -experience. ' The surveyors, Messrs. Hindmarsh and Lindsey, are now engaged in^ preparing plan? of the Town, w hich will be ready for the inspec tion of thé public in afew.days","when N.B. willi be ready to submit it lo pubTic^om petition. As the town possesses the advantage of easy land and watei^carriage, and is surrounded by a fertile district, N.B. thinks. himself jusiified in predicting, that Port Gawler must become a-port of very considerable importance", and the town one of gnat trude, being «>n the grand thoroughfare to the Murray, and the no.then and eastern districts cf the province. Town Land for Sa...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

VAN i ICEMEN'S. tÄND- EX^iÀCÎS. ' Pé^ifcnAirri-The iwtofio&re^ «aspectéa tohavé íhrSwñ ' Mr ; Ward thVpilot over board-^-ind who * «ffeçted bb -escape *}&*^ on hitfwày ibrÍÁwSéé^wM- Georg«ivTówn, under éseoTtof* constable named Fó*,*whom b^ihveiglea into the bush, and is apposed to hâve ttai&ied/fvàs it Adelaide whetotbe fïekrylèft thatport. We hja.ro. that.be was pointed ont to iM who ifelmea interfem sesáng the power, livras asatrtai^ -bte Fol A» not *«fcon»-»frr Pe^grast in lbfe vessel Lfhnefj'end^tha^ The Ga^tr TerjpTts-^oiasRunàiwy.^CornVûit ? _> An aecidént vjceorred 'off George Town on] Saturday last, % which two men wer« hurried « eternity. On th« armai of the brig BiocfcJok/ i the Heads, from Sooth: Aostraliá, tlfe ,, WWfels^wilfc wtócb ÎKe, vessel .ffMMM tfeiHl«redboaT«lmghWh»pVÄle- The ptf^',-~-! sore proceeded in bk boat, and; wben roni JrvHndmHI Paint, a sadden /Ätato«»,^.^ , Uy whkh «he wa*i*stam1 y 1 srtirng^f«even fwrsoM.^oagedmto th«; »ril...

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WRECK OF THE BARQUE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

WRECK OF THE BARQUE CHILDREN. Our worst fears respecting the fate of the above fine vessel are too painfully realised. She was totally wrecked on the night of the 15th ultimo, on the coast of New Holland, about 70 miles to the eastward of Portland Bay—16 persons, including the master, Captain BROWNE, having perished.             The news of this deplorable event reached this port by the Socrates, from South Australia and Port- land Bay; and the following authentic particulars we are enabled to give our readers.     The barque Children belonged to the Messrs. HENTY of this port, and left the Heads on the 14th instant, with a cargo of sheep, cattle, and flour, for South Australia.—On the 13th, the Lady Juliana Percy Islands were in sight, when it came on to blow a perfect hurricane from the N.W. with thick weather, in consequence of which the vessel stood off and ??   t...

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The Southern Australian. Quin verum utque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc. sum---Hor. Et. lit. I. ep. I, v. II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1839. SUPREME COURT. Monday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 March 1839

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum ulque dereno euro, et rogo, et omnia in hoc. tum »-HOB. KP., lin. I. ep l,t ll. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13,1839. SUPREME COURT.   Monday, March 4. THE Acting Judge, took his seat at eleven o'clock a-m. We copy from the Gazette the address of His Honor to the Grand Jury, of whom E. B. Gleeson, Esq. was foreman. We cannot avoid remarking that our pub- lisher applied to the Judge on Monday last for a copy of his address, (it was a written address), and for some reason best known   to himself, that functionary refused the application. We have been accustomed, hitherto, to believe that British Judges were lifted up above ordinary political bias - is it otherwise in South Australia. We trust not; [?] our readers must excuse us for omitting to insert the address at an earlier ^*n>* 'pvmmimjaam|Sm^mm^m^ ing the names of upwards of [?] of the wealthiest and most educated classes of the community ; and I am informed t...

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

gafos bs puftl^ âttttûwu, liana, Horses, Cart,- «lee, TA« Property of aç^man^iAng tklCélonf?; TO BE SOLD BY PÜÚÍO AtfCTlOÑ* On FRIDAY, March o^»^'^.^»«»^!,'Ap posite East ?:a«dtBreezeV^*a^ii-^«j^^ra-'; street-- . .. ~ "V~ ASUPERIOR CART HORSE, Cleveland bred, rising five years bid . , L A good water cart, ditto horse cart/wijöVhar ness, saddles, &c. complete - ./I Twelve pair peri or tumbler, pigeons Lot of sundries . ... ' And a Freehold quarter, acre of No, 182,com manding a splendid ~sea view of Holdfast Bay, the Harbour, &c.jfrom which all^resselseoming up the Gulf can be seen wdh the nafced-eve. TO BR SOLD BY P.UB&C AUCTION, Ry Bentham, On Saturday" anil* Monday next,- and «every. Evening during the week^ ? * TC* A RT ll EN WARE,. cu tilery - ; s^ap, hurter, n^ils, ironmongery, bacon/hams, slops* ladies' dresses, men's, and>chjldrea's slwps, table linen, glass, chairs, wine in boules^ and a larg'é quantity of tobacco. » * Several beautiful lots of fre...

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