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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. July 13.—The barque 'Lady Emma', Buckland master, from Launceston, with 200 sheep and   6 Horses for Kenneth Campbell.        July 13 - The Barque 'Asia' from London, from         Plymouth, 120 emigrants, Captain Duff and family. July 13 - The cutter Mary Ann, from Kangaroo Island. DEPARTURES     July 13 - the schooner 'Tamar' ; Bell, for   Sydney. July 13 - The barque 'Lady Emma', Buckland, for Launceston.   The 'Somersetshire', 600 tons, was to sail 1st April. It was reported by the "Asia" just arrived that the "City of Adelaide" had been dismasted in the   channel and put back. The "Mary Ridgway"       which left on 24th February is overdue. The   "Glenswily" , 1000 tons, was to sail from Greenock on 25th April and the "Ariadne", ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Dryasdust's letter was written before the late rains. The remarks on the injustice of the Special Survey System in our next. The Cornwall Chronicle of 22nd June only confirms recent occurrences; but there is enough without reference in the past to satisfy the South Australian public of the tru character of the individual that journal so freely handles. A number of articles and communications which have been in type for some weeks are still excluded by the press of more     evanescent matters.   We must apologise to our friends for   the exclusion till our next of some columns of   advertisements, which the length of the Stephen affair has rendered unavoidable.    

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ADELAIDE PORT CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

ADELAIDE PRICES 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), £2 12s if called for— £2 16s. when delivered or sent by post. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s. and 3d. for every additional line. The South Australian Register is regarly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received. Port Adelaide—Mr. Duncan. London— Messrs. Black and Armstrong,   Foreign Booksellers to Her Majesty, North Wel- lington-street, Strand. £. 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 18 0—0 20 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 do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. All advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion, unless forwarded by such of our friends as have opened monthly accounts of the Office; and Advertisers are requested particularly to notice that advertisements once inserted will he continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thurs- day evening. FOR LONDON DIRECT     To sail from Port Adelaide in the early part of November, THE barque KATHARINE   STEWART FORBES,     burthen 500 tons, ALFRED FELL, Commander. The above vessel has very supe-   rior accomodations for passengers, and the whole of her dead weight being engaged, Shippers of Wool are requested to have it in readiness, as otherwise the ship must proceed to Hobart lown to complete her cargo. Application to be made to Capt. FELL, on board, or the South Australian Company's Commercial   Rooms, or to Messrs. Hack and Co. FOR CALCUTTA, To sail in...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

IMPORTS. July 6. —The ship LYSANDER, 475 tons, William Currie, commander, from Liverpool:-- 38 casks 2 baskets 5 crates 18 cases 83 boxes 1 hhd. 6 packages 5 trunks 1 bag 1 keg 1 paper parcel sundries, 1 box six cases 4 trunks 10 casks 2 bales 33 packages merchandise, 19 cases port         9 cases sherry 29 cases hock 10 quarter casks Marsala 19 casks 15 cases wine, 5 hhds. 16 cases brandy, 10 hhds. beer, 2 tierces 250 hams, 3 cases   17 boxes cheese, 10 kegs nails, 6 carts, 310 boxes soap, 40 crates earthenware, 23 kegs 5 barrels paint, 4 boxes tea, 128 deals, 120 battens, 20 pieces birch boards, 7 bars iron, 108 water casks and butts, 2 bundles spades, 1 ditto forks, 2 ploughs, 2 pair barrows, 1 cask bread, 1 bundle saws, 4 ditto scythes, 3 ditto pans, crow bars, 6 pair wheels, 30 barrels tar, 3 pair bellows, 1 small box supplies, 1 coffee-mill, 1 axletree, 3 flywheels 1 churn, 1 plough board, 1 tub, 30 tons coals, 1...

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MEANS OF RELIGIOUS INSTERUCTION. To the Editor of the South Australian Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

MEANS OF RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. To the Editor of the South Australian Register. I am, &c, SCOTIUS. Adelaide, July 16, 1839. Sir- At a time when the subject of church accommodation and the means of religious instruction are engaging the attention of the colonist in no small degree , I venture to address you for the purpose of making a     suggestion to those of the colonists who are my   countrymen, and who are members of the   church of Scotland, on these very important     subjects. Large congregations have been formed here of the members of the church of England and of various dissenting bodies, and a dissenting clergyman has lately come out from Scotland for the purpose of collecting a congregation; yet it is much to be wondered   at, and it is a matter of deep regret, that no steps have yet been taken by the members of the church of Scotland in order to procure for themselves a pla...

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To The Editor of the Register. Adelaide: July 19. 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

To The Editor of the Register. Adel aide: July 19. 1839. Dear Sir- His Honor the Judge blamed me yesterday as I though harshly and unde- servedly, for publishing certain affidavits in the Register. You know, Sir, I could not be to to blame, as I never interfere in the Editorial duty of the paper. His honor was also pleased   to dispute my evidence; and, he used terms   with reference to myself, which respect to his official position, and allowance for the great   excitement of the moment prevent my noticing facts which can be proved, and would have   been proved if the Judge had allowed me, as a witness, to have given my evidence. The facts I had intended to have stated after having said   that Mr. Stephen had given me authority to insert that paragraph, are simply the following: —When Mr. Stephen slated to me that he had sold the half of the Milner Estate for £20,000. he said he was anxious that a paragraph to that ef...

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SUPREM COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [The proceedings of this Court on Wednesday, and his Honor's charge to the Grand Jury, we   must postpone till our next] Thursday, 18th July, 1839. THE QUEEN AT THE PROSECUTION OF ARCHIBALD MACDOUGALL AGAINST GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN,   FOR WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY. This case, which excited considerable interest, came on for trial on the above day. The fol- lowing persons were sworn as petit jurymen:— James Lawrence Thomas Sims   William Mincham Joshua Fisher   John Hunt John Bailey Robert Bristow George Dehane Kirton Deprase James Brown Thomas Mullard William Bradshaw Mr. Mann, who appeared for the prosecution, in opening the case, said—I appear on the part of the Crown in a prosecution for perjury, brought by Archibald Macdougall against George Milner Stephen, Esq. Mr. Mann read the indictment, and proceeded to say—I need scarcely tell you that the crime of perjury is one of a very heavy nature, that f...

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SECOND SUSPENSION OF MR. JOHN BROWN, IMMIGRATION AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

SECOND SUSPENSION OF MR. JOHN BROWN, IMMIGRATION AGENT. We publish below the correspondence that has taken place between his Excellency the Go-   vernor and Mr. Brown, who has for the sccond time been suspended from his office as Emigra tion Agent. If is not necessary for us to do more than refer our readers to the corres- pondence itself, so far at least as it regards the offences for which Mr. Brown has been placed in his present position; but we must call attention to two points in which Mr. Brown has been guilty of very palpable mis-state-   ments. Mr. Brown asserts that he gladly received his re-appointment from the Commis-     sioners, and that having since then been vilified and abused by us, he had declined to justify himself because in consequence of a premise exacted from him by the Governor, he had   ceased to be a political writer. Now, with regard to the last matter, it is not true that   we h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. to n n sold n v auction, hy am. j. im:.n.\iti>sax, 0(1 Tuesday next, July 2-"lrd, nt twelve oVJurk preci<e:y, at his Itooins. corner of King Wiliium mill iiiiiiiicy htrects^ wiilioutrffervc — rj^UK I'ieptrty ft' a Ofiitit-ni?ii al>ijut to loaw L tliv <'ol«nv ( <<)!i>ifti«i t !df piiuvKr j.i:'l ?!ior, plir.?, inn- milk pan-, r.nd i;amii«, clieuti ,i! l:i:i<> r.itary, compoiin.-l luirrvscofie. dress...• c-i<--. liackpnniiiioii JjohvJ, Jvc, otse puir i-onhir.-.y?, or.c plough, a ooiijiielc Hhet,rtnu:iit of frarrlin set<ls. one Imtliel of ryr ur.m. -v%ritii'K <UsU i.nd sta tionery, ijuunlilyot druuin,: )io:irjs nnd drawing Jiapor; v <|iiantity of ironmongery, consislin,; vl nails, |iuclilerk«, rake*. n?i"ics. .Ikmii maul rintt. and curpenter.s' tools ; linr:i. i-oiisitii/;^ i,ft]i,,iv pillow ca«et, towels, &c. ; one pair ixcclciu duelling pistols, Uos ...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1839. INDICTMENT FOR WILFUL. AND CORRUPT PERJURY—CASE OF MR. GEGRGE M. STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1839. INDICTMENT FOR WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY—CASE OF MR. GEGRGE M. STEPHEN. On Wednesday last a Grand jury, composed of thirteen only of which John B. Black Esq. was foreman found a true bill against George Milner Stephen late Acting Colonial Secretary, for wilful and corrupt perjury; and   on Thursday the indictment came on before his     Honor Judge Cooper, and a Common Jury. Our readers will find the report of theis extra- ordinary trial in another place. It is impossi-   ble to describe the excitement which prevaded during the whole of the proceeding; but the fact that it reached the bench, and that the Jury refused to obey the direction of the Judge, or to yield their opinion of the guilt of Mr. Stephen to technicalities and objections, speaks in small compass much more than we could   say, were we to fill a column, on the [?] [?]-   dente...

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MILNER ESTATE—PORT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 July 1839

MILNER ESTATE —PORT GAWLER. " Mr. Neales Bentham begs leave to inform   his friends and the public, and particularly newly arrived emigrants, that the proprietor of   the above beautiful estate, the hon. G. M. Stephen, has determined upon laying out a town upon a site which has been examined and approved of by several gentlemen of acknow- ledged experience. "The surveyors, Messrs. Hindmarsh and Lindsay, are now engaged in preparing plans       of the town, which will be ready for inspection of the public in a few days, when B. N. will be ready to submit it to public competition. " As the town possesses the advantage of easy land and water carriage, and is surrounded by a fertile district, B. N. thinks himself jus- tified in predicting that Port Gawler must be- come a port of very considerable importance, and the town one of great trade, being on the grand thoroughfare to the Murray, and the northern and eastern distric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

RKMAitKAni,E Passaqb. — The schooner Abeonu. colonial trader, Ifawson, master, sailed fm;:i (iionclu Roads for Uobart Town on the i<-t itist., and returned to Port Adclaido nti Wt'iltiosday last, the 24th; making the douiile trij) in tiie t>hort space of 24 days. Her cargo consists principally of potatoes and flour, [tier !//(?/ uasonly delivered this inortiing.] PI.ANTt.VA I'oTATOI.B ("AliriON.— I'otfttOCt oiiKlit not to he jilntitfd eurher tbau August, at «t tliut period tl:<'y arc serurv (ratn nigut froat*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

• ITow fat aw they from tkt ?ea?—Ko * Col. l.igbt ought, in fairness, to luivo ;itl<itM —*'atid where the oxprnco «?.' clie rairia^col gtmds from Aritrliido to the Iwt costs? us muoli as tlioir wiiole iiciyJit frum Liigiatid!"— V.u. f lie meant n<? such tiling Eo. | Was tbtsoneci Col. Light's rcasoim ? Cot.d not vcgotalilos h.\ve becu I'lvuplt tatLt'tnpilalhv lb« Xt ab«ra T—Ke.

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SHIPPING INTELLLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

SHIPPING INTELLLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. July 10. — The barque City of Adelaide, 280 tons register, Captain Donaldson, from London with passengers, emigrants, and general cargo   July 19. —The schooner Abercrombie, Captain Crew, 143 tons, from Sydney, with a general cargo. July 19. — The schooner [?], Captain   Allan, 117 tons, from Launceston, with a general     cargo. July 24.—The brig Nereus, 124 tons, from Sydney, with a general cargo. July 24. —The brig William, Thom, master, 149 tons, from Launceston, with horses and a   general cargo.   July 24. — The schooner Abeona, Hawson,   master, from Hobart Town, with a general cargo. July 24. — The Sally Ann, Saunders, master, from Portland Bay, with potatos and turnips. Departures   July 19.— The Barque Katherine. Stewart Forbes. Captain Fell, for Hobart Town. July 20.—The brig Dawsons, Price, master, for   Launceston. July 2...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

IMPORTS. July 21.—The schooner LOWESTOFT, 117   tons, J. Allan, master, from Launceston:—1 cart, 5 hhds, stout, 633 bags oats, 183 bags flour, 148 bags bran, 1 bag almonds, 1 cask figs, 32 bags potatos, 1000 feet timber, 2000 paling. Passengers.—David Williams, wife, and child. July 21.—The schooner ABERCROMBY 143 tons, F. Crew, master, from Sydney:—24 buclets. 2 cases 2 bundles paper, 47 boxes glass, 634 pieces timber, 3 bags corks, 38 bags ginger, 6 boxes drugs, 3 kegs anchovies, 4 cases 7 casks cordials, 3 hhds. I cask tinware, 3 cases hardware, 4 bundles rope, 4 casks bread, 10 casks cement,   8 packages plants, 1 case furniture, 2 drays, 2 punceons rum, 1 trunk, 1 case silks, 20 tons 100 bags flour, 20 barrels pork, 88 bags sugar, 4 casks spirits, 6 cases liquers, 2 packages sadlery, 50 bags rice, 5 kegs colonial tobacco, 60 hhds, beer,     3 hhds, 4 barrels ale, 1 crate 3 casks bottles, 182 bags oats, 12 casks porter, 4 barre...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

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), £2 12s if called for — £2 16s. when delivered or sent by post. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s. and 3d. for ever additional line. The South Australian Register is regularly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received. Port Adelaide—Mr. Duncan. London— Messrs. Black and Armstrong,   Foreign Booksellers to Her Majrsty, North Wel- lington-street, Strand. 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 18 0 —0 20 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 18 0—0 20 0   Ditto...

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INJUSTICE OF SPECIAL SURVEYS. To the Editor of the South Australian Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

INJUSTICE OF SPECIAL SURVEYS. To the Editor of the South Australian Register. Yer honner's servant MIKE DELANY. Mr. Editor— If you think this worth a place in your valuable paper, perhaps this question may be set at rest; for it is one of vital importance to every purchaser of land in this colony. As a settler in this province, and a lover of jsutice, I have intruded myself on your notice, respecting the special surveys, having learnt in what manner the parties intend to have their portions set out. If allowed, it will be a great monopoly and injustice to men of small capital. I have been over and have seen a great portion of the 134 and 80-acre sections on this side of the hills and on the hills as far as Onkaparinga; and I find almost every section con- tains a greater or less proportion of inferior land.   The purchaser of an 80-acre section is forced to take the bad with the good, or go without; but not so, if I am rightly informed, respecting the special surveys: t...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH INDIA (From the Calcutta Englishman.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH INDIA (From the Calcutta Englishman.) We congratulate our friends on the other side of India, on the prospect of the speedy establish-   ment of was spendid line of steam ships, between England and the sister Presidencies. In addition to the six steamers noticed in our last as being built, or in progress for this line, it appears, from an article in a late number of the Rathway Magazine,   taht a magnificent iron steam ship of 2,618 tons and 600 horse power, to be called the "Queen of the East," has been projected to ply between England   and India, the voyage between Falmouth and and Calcutte being expected to be made in THIRTY DAYS ! To enable Bombay to maintain the superiority of its geographical possession as a point of com- munication between England and India, great improvements in the present system of steam communication will be necessary in the event of this project proving successful; otherwise letters from En...

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