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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

IMPORTS. October 23.— BRITON, 240 tons, Emanuel   Harrington, master, from Table Bay:—1174 bars square and 455 bars flat iron, 400 bundles iron hoops, 5 boxes medicines, 196 cases 260 half-pipes 210 quarter-pipes 130 quarter-casks wine, 20 cases port, 8 cases sherry, 20 cases claret, 34 cases 10 boxes gin, 1 case 3 tubs vine cuttings, 8 cases snuff and cigars, 1 case bulbs. 210 bags sugar, 483 boxes dried fruits, 18 hhd brandy, 25 kegs 30 bags barley, 50 bags coffee, 10o bags rice, 2 casks loaf sugar, 50 tierces beef, 50 kegs tobacco, 50 half hides leather, 60 cases candles, 43 boxes tea, 10 casks tallow, 3 bags onions, 30 bags oats, 10 bags   maize, 4 bags almonds, 4 bags walnuts, 50 firkins butter, 3 casks lime juice, 30 boxes sundries. October 15.—PESTONJEE BOMANJEE. (with the Governor and suite), 595. J. K. Hill, master, from London :—24 hhd porter, 49 hhd beer, 16 casks vinegar, 4 hhd hams. 4 cases specie, 3 butts sugar, 15 cases plants, 1 iron store, ...

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LOAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

LOAN COMPANY. The highest rate of interest current in the Aus- tralian colonies appears to be pretty well known to the capitalists of the mother country, who are uniting in various ways to avail themselves of its advantages. We have been favored with a pros-   pectus of an association formed in London, in May last, under the style of the " Australian Loan Company," with a proposed capital of £300,000. "This company has been formed chiefly for the     purpose of advancing sums of money on the se- curity of landed and other real property in the several colonies and settlements ot Australasia;" but as the prospectus is not lengthy we publish it entire. We do not perceive that any portion of the shares has been reserved for colonial sub- scription; but as the shares will be issued in three series, and as the second issue will not take place before May next year, it is probably that the expediency of such a reservation will suggest itself to the pro...

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THE EMIGRATION PRINCIPLE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

THE EMIGRATION PRINCIPLE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. R. Being in common with everybody else, much interested in the success of our colony, I ven- ture with much diffidence to submit an opinion on the principles of the colony, which I wish in- serted in the next number of your paper. According to my view, the principles of the colony, as well as all other priuciples of whatever kind, are subject to the principles of nature, or cause and effect—such as when provisions are scarce, they will be dear; or that when labor is scarce, wages will be high—with this difference,   that in the latter case wages will be high or low in proportion to the amount of capital available, for that purpose—labor, other than that directed to the produce of food, being artificial. Labor is valuable when directed to the production of food in proportion to the quantity produced. If a man raise no more food than he consumes his labor is only valuable to himself; and in the worl...

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fond records."?—SHAKSPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. " Trivial fond records. "—SHAKSPEARE. M. S. A SINGULAR CONTROVERSY—In the sixteenth century Cardinal Vigerius wrote a book to prove that the tunic of Jesus Christ ought to give place to Longinus' spear. Bajazet, emperor of the             Turks, having two very precious relics—the seam less coat of our Saviour and the spear which pierced his heart—-presented the latter to the pope and kept the former for himself. On this occasion a grand dispute arose in Italy whether   the present made to the Pope was better than that which the Grand Signior reserved for him- self. They carefully examined whether a Turkish prince had a good taste in point of relics, and Vigerius was ordered to make it appear that the Sultan was no nice judge in things of the kind, since the seamless tunic ought to give the pre- cedence to the lance: in effect, the spear pene- trated to the h...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1838 EXPORTS FROM THE COLONYWOOL AND OIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1838 EXPORTS FROM THE COLONY— WOOL AND OIL. AFTER an existence of nearly ten years, Swan River exported, for the first time, last season, a few bags of very indifferent wool and about twenty tons of black oil. South Australia, scarcely twenty months' old, now sends to England her second cargo of oil. The Goshawk, chartered by the South Australian Company, will leave Nepean Bay during the ensuing week, hound direct to London, with a full cargo of oil and whalebone, the produce of the fisheries of Messrs. Hack and Co., and the Company at Encounter Bay. It is to be regretted that this vessel had no spare stowage for some of our colonial wools   of this year's clip, as if shs had conveyed them to market, it is probable she would have ar- rived before any of the Australian wools of the present season —a matter which those con-   versant with the wool trade can readily ap- preciate. To be early in the market, in fact, ...

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MEETING AT THE LAND OFFICECOUNTRY SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

MEETING AT THE LAND OFFICE— COUNTRY SLIPS. SOME excitement has been created during the week among the colonial orators in consequence of their being deprived of an expected op- portunity of "speaking their sentiments with intrepidity" to his Excellency the Resident Commissioner at a public meeting at the Land Office. The facts are as follows :—The Resident Commissioner, desirous of forwarding to the utmost the survey of the remaining districts in which preliminary sections were chosen, wished to meet the holders of these sections to ascertain their sentiments on the subject, and at the same time to hear what those interested in the country slips, or un- appropriated portions of the 134-acre sections,   might have to suggest with reference to their ultimate disposal. The following notice was accordingly issued:— "Land Office.     " His Execllency the Resident Commissioner   requests all persons holding unselected land orders to atte...

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" THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

" THE COUNCIL. " His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the whole of the pro tem. officials to his Council. We know from letters that have been received from the Commissioners, that Colonel Light still retained their full confidence and respect; that they expected Mr. Mann would be appointed; and that Messrs. Morphett and Tod, one or the other, was to be the Auditor, with a seat in the Council. " Time alone can explain the discrepancies between the known intentions of the Commis-   sioners, and the proceedings here. We however, trust, if any strange and unauthorized statements have been made to influence his Excellency, that   his sound sense and impartiality as a high minded man, will lead him to the detection of the artifice, and induce him to visit upon its contrivers, the just castigation they deserve. " Colonel Gawler cannot be expected to have a precocious knowledge of the affairs of this colony—but we are indeed most lamentably mis- ...

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THE EMIGRATION AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

THE EMIGRATION AGENT. OUR readers may remember the outcry raised by the principle-mongers at the daring inter- ference of Governor Hindmarsh with the du- tips of the Commissioners in considering Mr. John Brown a Government officer and suspend ing him from the office of Emigration Agent. The then Advocate-general, Mr. Mann, was most especially indignant that any blockhead could be found bold enough to assert that the Emigration Agent was really an officer of the Crown, or at all subject to the "Royal pleasure." We are still sore from the drubb- ing which that deeply-read lawyer administered to us in Council on this very point, and, in sheer gratitude for our surviving it, we here reprint the mauling we received upon that occasion:— " That a lawyer might by some extraordinary chance have deemed the inclusion of Mr. Brown's name in the order in Council of the 12th July, 1836, not as he believed it to be, a mere act of supererogation, but an act of confirmation of the Commissioners' app...

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"THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ACT AND THIS COUNCIL OF GOVERN MOT." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

"THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ACT AND THIS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT."   UNDER this huge title the ex-Advocate-ge-   neral has favored the public with a "spick and span new" Incubration in every respect worthy     the fame acquired by his previous expound-   ings of all that was dark in our position or                   dubious in our rights. The present demon-   stration of the numerous and delightful intri-       cacies of the system of government under which we have the happiness to vegetate, is more than usually characteristic; but it has also the merit of breaching another original     theory of vast importance, and of adding one   more to the many advantages which have been already discovered by the learned editor as inh...

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LEVEE AND DRAWING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

LEVEE AND DRAWING ROOM. On Wednesday the first public reception of the colonists by his Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Gawler took place at Government-house. Owing to the boisterous and unsettled state of the weather a large number of ladies and gentlemen were precluded attending. Among the company presented were Colonial Officers—his Honor the Judge, Henry Jickling, Esq. ; the Colonial Se- cretary, Honorable G. M. Stephen ; the Advocate- General, Robert Bernard, Esq. ; the Treasurer, Osmond Gillies Esq. ; the Private Secretary, George Hall, Esq. ; the Chaplain, the Rev. C. B. Howard ; the Protector of the Aborigines, Win. Wyatt, Esq. ; the Emigration Agent, J. Brown, Esq. ; the Postmastcr-general, T. Gilbert, Esq. ; and the following ladies and gentlemen:—Messrs. Austin, G. Alston, C. Berkeley, Brown, N. B. Bull, Birdseye, W. H. Colyer, De Horne, Davis, Dutton, Edmonds, Fisher, Finniss, Gleeson, E. H. Gleeson, Gillard, Hallett, Hardy, Hawkins, Inman, Johnson, Knold, Kingston, Lev...

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THE PRINCIPLES OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

THE PRINCIPLES OF THE COLONY. A good deal of stuff has been spoken, and not a little mystification attempted, with reference to what are called the "Principles of the. Co- lony." For these principles Mr. A. pro- fesses most profound veneration; Mr. B. is opposed to every one "be he who he may, who attempts directly or indirectly to tamper with them;" and, in their defence, Mr. T'otherside solemnly declares the colonists "will all   fire." Our late orthy Governor was set   down as a contemner of these principles; and   his recal cited as an instance of the danger con- sequent upon their violation. Nay, such is   said to be their extraordinary influence upon the most uninteresting events, that we were a       few days ago very gravely told, the rein- statement of the ex-Advocate-general was to           be taken as a proof that the...

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ADDRESS TO THE LA IE ACTING GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

ADDRESS TO THE LATE ACTING   GOVERNOR. ON Thursday last, the address to Mr. Stephen was presented to him at the Colonial Secretary's Office by a deputation consisting of the fol- lowing gentlemen:—His Honor the Judge;   the Hon. the Advocate General; C. B. Newenham, Esq., J. P.; the Rev. C. B. Howard; the Colonial Treasurer; G. A. Anstey, Esq.; Lieut. Walker, R. N.; H. Watts, Esq.; the Rev. Mr. Milne; H. Johnson, Esq.; G. B. Gleeson, Esq.; the Sheriff; the Protector of the Aborigines ; Dr. Nash; P. M. Phillipson, Esq ; John Baker, Esq.; the Resident Magistrate, and a number of other colonists. The Advocate - general having read the address, which appears in the Gazette, Mr. Stephen briefly thanked the deputation for their presence, and read his reply. We observe by the Sheriff's notice that a public meeting is announced for the purpose of presenting our worthy Colonial Secretary with some substantial mark or public approbation of the mode in which he admini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. All PUBLIC ACTS appearing in tins Gazuttk, styned by the proper authorities, are to be con sidered ojficial and obeyed as such. JJi/ com ma nil, CEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 15 ) Colonial Sf-ciu-.taiiv's Office, Noveiuber 3, IStfS. HIS EXCELLENCY IIIK GOVERNOR having received v petition iiom a con siderable number of persons ut present occupying the Park Land, praying to be allowed a further t*.rin of occupation therein, directs the pub lication ot the following reply, which his Excellency delivered yesterday to the Deputation presenting the petition. liv his Excellency's command, GLO. M. STKKIEN. Colonial Secretary. To the Petitioners on the subject of nn extension of the period of location on the i*aik lauds. The occupation of the park lands by private in dividu.ils is, at the same, time, the occasion of serious injury to those lands and to the timbei upon them, and an injustice to the proprietors of town lots and of cou...

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THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

THE NATIVES. Wholly yours. C. G. TEITHELMANN, C. W. SOHURMANN. Missionaries of the Lutheran Missionary Society at Dresden. HENRY JICKLING, Judge Witness C. C. DUTTON, Chief Clerk, Supreme Court. A SCENE, which we venture to assert has not yet had its parallel on this continent, was witnessed by the assembled inhabitants of Adelaide on Thursday last. In consequence of a desire expressed by his Excellency Colonel Gawler, the whole natives of the district of Adelaide were assembled; and public intima- tion of the Governor's intention to meet and entertain them having been given, almost the entire population of Adelaide congregated to witness the proceedings of the day, and join in   the festive happiness of their dark-complexioned brethren. About one o'clock his Excellency, ac- companied by Mrs. Gawler, the members of his family, and a numerous assembly of ladies and gentlemen, proceeded to the ground ap- pointed for the meeting—a sheltered and pic- turesque spot in the pa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

MARRIAGES. October 22.— John Champness to Maria Cook. October 22.— James Cummings to Christiana Mitchell. November 2.— John Hollamby to Lucy Ann O'Brien.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,   BY BENTHAM NEALES,   (Successor to R. Cock) At the Australian Auction Mart, on SATURDAY, November 3rd, at six in the evening, and on MONDAY, November 5th, at twelve at noon, without reserve:—   A LARGE lot of IRONMONGERY, DRAPERY, KERSEYMERE CLOTHS, SHIRTS, SHOES, and an immense parcel of SOAP, blue, and starch; Earthenware in tea   sets, &c., a lot of best gunpowder, a choice cask   of said tongues, several new tarpaulins, superior   p.t, cross-cut, rip, new hand saws; best barrel flour, with various other merchandise.   Several lots of Town and Country Land for sale, suited to the gentleman, tradesman, and   laborer. Public attention is also called to an immense   lot of beautiful paper hangings, mahogany tables, and other furniture, which are now landing, and will be exhibited in the Mart next week. SELECTION OF US...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 November 1838

FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. The fine fast-sailing brig     NEREUS will sail for the       above port in a few days.   For Freight or Passage apply to   the Commander on board or to   V. & E. SOLOMON, Sydney-house, Gilles-arcade. Adelaide, October 19, 1838. For Freight or Charter, The fine fast sailing newly-       coppered schooner TRUE-     LOVE. P. Colton, Commander.   This Vessel has undergone a   thorough repair in Launceston, and   affords an excellent opportunity for the im- portation of sheep from the neighbouring colonies, in which occupation the owners are anxious to employ her. For particulars apply to Captain Colton, or to   J. WALKER, Hindley-street. TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL. The well known barque   LADY EMMA, H. K.     P...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 November 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. November 3.—The Goshawk, R. Laing, master, for London. November 4.—The cutter Hero, W. Wright, master, for Encounter Bay.   November 4.—The cutter Mary Ann, Jones, master, for Kangaroo Island. November 5.— The Lord Hobart, Simpson, master, for Thistle Island.   November 6.— The Winchester, J. Salmon, master, for Java. November 6. — The schooner Victoria, J. Hutchinson, master, for Kangaroo Island. November 6.— The barque Elizabeth, Pritchard, master, for Sydney. November 9.— The brig Nereus, F. R. Lees, master, for Sydney.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 November 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of R. S. M. on the present state of the Medical Profession, and several other communications and advertisements are omitted for want of room.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 November 1838

EXPORTS. November 3.—GOSHAWK, R. Laing, master, for London:—242 casks oil—South Australian Company ; 95 ditto—Messrs. Hack and Co.; 395 bundles whale bone—South Australian Company; 82 ditto—Messrs. Hack and Co. November 9.— The brig NEREUS, 124 tons, F. R. Lees, master, for Sydney:—3o hhd porter, 2 boxes starch, 16 hhd molasses, 15 casks tar, 50 tons oil shooks, 3 tons ship biscuit. Paegenger— Young Bingham Hutchinson, Esq. November 6. — The barque ELIZABETH, Pritchard, master, for Sydney:—1335 bags of sugar, 148 packages sugar-candy, 70 bags rice, 9 mats tea, 37 bags pepper, 10 coils rope, 300 planks, 150 packages furniture. 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 3d. for eve...

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