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SPECIAL SURVEYS AND THE RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

SFECÍAt SURVEYS ANO tHÄ RESÏ£BX* illustrative of the onward protea* 04} tha colony, that in les» than trWe« niOnths we have be|it to withdiaW upwards of £5p^ood frön? ife^ èif^nary floating capital hf the inhabitants of Adelaide, and to pay thatsum into the bands of the CpUuiialTrea ¿lurer, F^R lt ; Io matiza, of nosiness j a single^l sneaks * language ¿nore «on ^ínc¡n¿rthan themoat eloquent eflition * --; ami we%n*>V nothing Which wt ff' tell 'ad Weightily ial^don.xaa^he fact we have ifrkl coalntiuwieftted. Is fs?a wonder «ven 40 ourselves; and if it is hot necessarily a proof óf the accuracy of our j«dgnn-nt, it may at least be alleged that H operate* as the strongest bond we cauld have giren for the ai ncerity of our belief in ?the capabilities of our adopted country.. The deposit of, £50,1)00 of South Ans tralian money, contains, within itvelf, a| i-host bf witnesses -; each dividual pon nd. of sterling rooney, speaks decisively- of j the beamy and fertility of South Aus /ral...

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PUBLIC OFFICES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

W-t ¿re-Wfiatown '¿f £be t'oloo-eV Coolia-: - stoner, áad dfo¿e w ho Í?óOw' ús are>war**tbai^ a our unpleasant -dutjf.racl.^;..Iu*.;.j^Ú»icW \: mentor, île who spirea ^y^ sppiti child ; and nr consonâticê Willi the jul^ láid' -d«wn bellte,' sßn 0/ &ej£w^ i w« hav«- ROI he&iúte&to' i »j ©n^ihVîs^hy; wheo-/ We thought it would benfef&ourdiscipte. ¿Ii lop Xcetp-ieñüy happens- that we ant com-. ?'. péiled to blame, aqd;^«*^ whence eaotocscienûçyasïy award 'sorne modi cum of praise. We »ere ^posed - io-the* -first-. schemes of the Gorernroerrt^liouse, ou-accovat _ of the almost unlimited expence which mutti ha re been incurred in tis -érection. In ;«*erjr other respect, v.« Ôiousht il fitting that the : Queen's representative should hie lodged like a ; gentleman j and now timi the scheme 3* confined., within more.mr>d«i»í pioporttoiis, y e give it.otîr. r unqualified approbation^ \\ye*ay the3Híre(nnd .f even more st rons l>) wtt^efv-ri;nce.t© the ...

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

Tí) RE SOLD BY PÜBÍIC AÜCtlON, By Mesir?.M. Solomon. On Saturday t«e"3Ö«h hist^.livvo doors from the. Saver's Arm ^/Qurro-s^reety at "2 Relock, pOUR, Bahó'-s"D:mtzic':^g^ée ¿lid casíí¿^ jg'ian ti ty of hTÛshes,;2hrtn.sawf,;t. cros;sM cut {.savv, ar.d a/quantity of CarpeiderVtoot?^' 3 pair pf ;sciihis. ar.d weîghtsV.l saddle and 2 bridles, ind a sel ».f tinr<a ;r*4 quantity of music, cousi-Uuu of Han.tei'si Me^áuh.Creátion^ Judas, ^Hc«^i>euN. ;i^»uri in fcuypt, and otherbpöks f \ t»e»i a«»d t«eddine. ar«ittiyg paper, thread, tapes, < «io . 2 vioti»w»;iafld 2 ö*"tes; li; currant seiye, lamp w'pk« ?nd vario*'!» Odí^r jirticleS >ui«xbte for« thn ^l^¿ep<»rs -Term* ^itW. " : '. 'r_':'.':'~ Tu^e-stree», Match 26. ' ' -" ' Tb olote Consignments. U> BE . SO LD¿ B Y PUBLIC AÇÇTIQN, ftr V* ¿ Ü. Sotomon, On î-Mpudey ; the 1st Apri^ %t twelve o'clock, at the Blue Cottage ntxt-tfie Southern-Cross. Hotel, '. ?? \ . - T" * .' -] ONE H UN tm Ep BAGS MAIZE-1 ...

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

BIRTH—On Tuesday morning, the 26th instant Mrs. A. MACDOUGALL, of a daughter. DIED—On Wednesday last, the 20th inst., after a short illness, L. SHARPE, Esq., Accountant of the Bank of Australasia, in Adelaide ; deeply regretted by all who were acquainted with him.  

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY.         ACCORDING to Public Advertisement, a Meeting was held in the School Room adjoining   the Church, on Monday evening, to form the above-named Society. The Meeting was most respectably attended, and the Rev. C. B. Howard was called to the chair. After the chairman had opened the business of the Meeting in the usual form, the following resolutions were passed unanimously —                     1st, — That owing to the great and increasing po- pulation of this Colony, it is incumbent on the members of the Church of England to use every effort to provide for its members and others who value its ordinances sufficient Church accommodation and     means of religious instruction. 2nd. — That a Society be now formed, under the d...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

______       ENGLISH NEWS. _____             LORD DURHAM reached Plymouth Sound, in the Inconstant frigate, on Monday night ; but the boisterous weather, up to yesterday morning, had prevented him from landing. The published accounts from Canada, brought by the Inconstant, add little to our previous stock of in- formation. Some letters are written under glloomy apprehencions of a troubled winter; whilst others represent the force of the Government as fully equal to suppress internal disturbances, and ridicule the   notion of any formidable invasion by the malcontents and mauraders on the frontier ; whose numbers are said to be grossly exaggerated.     - : Tbe inhabitants of Upjièr .Canada appear to be Store interested in disptitde rv apecsing the e»*abUsh in?ot of rectories and the endowment of tba Church, than the dangers oF dom...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens cure, et rage, et [?] hoc sum.—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1839. ARRIVALS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

The Southern Australian.         Adelaide, Wednesday, March 27, 1839. Arrivals from England. DURING the past week we have had no less than four English arrivals, and one of them (the East Indiaman Buckinghamshire) of 1440 tons. By iheae arrivals -** are in   possession of large fHea of English journals to the 10th of Deceniber, Mid have gtven m ¿wr c^mméík^'^^i* *» nany extracts 4M «re orc£oä4rodife4tö" We cannot help most lielirtfl^ ^ngratu lattng Ü»e> friead« rf" South Australia* not only on &*;«a&aUé~e¿c^ tatton hy theae recent arri*a1*t V#,pn dre, inoreuingrôîe^ our Colony it «sritting lat hon«, gottth .Australia oflerva home it* jj* i^^fTant and ittÓMying «qmtafeft* of room yet fpfc.t| sons and daj "* on ú or"" present fleet, Jn addition te *BCS*, |»Rse^|,J^»^,¿he amount of capital tm* i ported into theColony, is estia^té^ a* jajftj less than ene~ bwu^ieuV tho^á^ * ^d ttsp*ifj|g3lt«ir^^^ soon in...

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

Adelaide Shipping Report   ARRIVALS       MARCH 21 - The Ship Katharine Stewart Forbes Capt. A. Fell, from Portsmouth 22nd October, and the Cape of Good Hope, 5th February with a gene- ral cargo. Passengers - His Honor Chief Justice Cooper, Miss Cooper, Messrs. J. and E. Horrocks, Capt. Ferguson, Mr. Cotterill, Dr. & Mrs. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Milford and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Watson and 2 children. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Mr. S. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Stead, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver, Messrs. J. and L. Harbroe and Miss Harbroe, Miss Day, Mr. & Mrs.   Trueman, Messrs. J. and H. Blythe and Miss Blythe, Mrs. Young and 7 children, Mr. Hassey, Mr. J. W. Bennett, Mr. Muckleston, Mr. Kennedy, Mr.Hooper, and Mr. Hamsley and Servant (from the Capet). MARCH 21 - The Brig Dawsons, Capt. ???? from London 3rd September, and King George's Sound 9th instant, with general cargo. Pas- sengers - Mr. and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 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 onTuesdays and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 3 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 SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN.     LONDON : Messrs. Tinkler & Hancock. S. A. Agency Office, 3 Austin Friars, and 17 St. Dun...

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

. -. i » ..-* GoviinvaiFAT H ocie. Adelaide, March 22. IF30, MRS. GAWLER is desirous of postponing the recption of the La lies of Adelaide ao l ita vicinity from Wednesday liest, until VVedoesday tba 3rd April, at One o'clock p. at. His Excellency the Governor will also hold « Levee at the same day and boor, instead of Wedo«s> r day next. ~^/S By his Eacellency'e command, GEORGS HALL, Private Secretary^ LIST of Persons who have taken out General   Publicans' Licences during the week ending   this day, for the year ending 25th Match. 1840 ^   C. Bailey.Sydney Hotel.. ..Korthrterraca -: A. V. Wyatt ..Half-way House.. Road to Port Ade* G. Abbott .... Queen's Head .. Kemode-st .flaid« F. W. Allen .. SoutiiernCro^Hotel Currie-sUeet W.J.Williams.. Cornwall Hotel.. Rundle-street T. Maslin ... .Queen's Arms .. Wright-street W.Williams....Victoria Hotel..Hindley-street W. S Simons ..Snip-I aa.Port Adelaida J. McBeth ....Caledonianlon..Ditto I J. P.C....

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TO THE READER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

TO THE READER. GENTLE reader, we hate all excuses, and are more giveo to the statements of plain facts. Imperial as we are, we are like the rest of the world, ** servile to all the skyey influences,"-and thus it has happened, that much which we intended this week to address to the public, we have been compelled for the pt ese nt to postpone; we fear, also, that the lucru brations we have managed to send to the printer's devil, will be obnoxious to the same censure as the homilies of the Arch bishop of Grenada. If it shou'd be so, we must, apologise and remind our friends that we can with some pride assert, that from our first appeal to the public up to the present hour, we have kept true to the day, and to the hour of publishing; and that to the Southern Australian the public are indebted for the regularly with which not merely this print, but the lucubrations of the Gazette are now offered to their consideration. _

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TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

TRA NSPOUTATION. THE following "circular' has be?n addressed *o ;he Governors of all the Colonies-Westlndia the Cape, and the Mauritius. We believe that ia every instance, without a si:i»le exception, the proposition to receive exiles as prisoners has been ¡ refused, but in mest instances if they are sent out free, without restriction, to be hired asservants, employment will be found for them : CIRCULAR. Sin,-I enclose for your information, a scries of questions on the subject of the means of finding em ployment in the Ht irish Colonies for yoi ng persons who may have been detected in the cornrrswsirtn o( crime In this country, but for whom it has been found impossible to provide any effectual protection here against the temptations to which they are exposed in nur Sarge cities. You will have the goodness to com municate to me such information as it may be in your power to supply, in answer lo each ot the questions proposed hy Lord J oho P.uiseH. (Signed) GLENELG. 1. -What are the k...

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PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

PIIESEXTMEKT OF TUE GHASU JVRY. WE have already given our rea-If is ihe present ment of the Grand Jury, and we c«»py from ihe Gazette the answer of the Governor. There are many points of this address which we think de serving ot attention and comment, but ai the present hour we are compelled to defer our com- I mentary to a future number. His Excellency's j reply was couched in the following terms :-- ! GOVERNMENT HOUSE. Mardi,- 21, 1839, j SIR*-la reply to your Honoi's communication forwarding to me a presentment ff om tue Grand Jury of the Province. I beg to say that Under the very heavy pressure of complicated busioeas, with the most inconvenient accommodation for transacting it, which has been a poo me during the short period of my residence in this province, I have been hitherto com pel UM! to-allow ma ay questionable public arrangements ¡o leu.aia a« I found them. Araong^ these' are proceedings connected* with the administration of justice. I am, however, most anxious that the...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ $. a Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 16 0 to 1 0 < London, per hbd. 9 O O 10 O < Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 < Colonial, hbd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 ? Beef, per tierce.... 6 0 0 9 CJA fresh, lb. IO .. n Butter, fresh, lb. 3 0 .. 3 t salt, do. 2 2 .. 2 t Coffee, lb. ll .. 2 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 1 dips, do....... 10 1 . wax, do. 3 6.« 4 . Casks, oil. per tun,. 4 0 0.. 5 0 . Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. !. Cheese, English, lb. 14.. l i. Colonial, ll.. 1 Deals, per foot,. 9.. 1 « Flour,colonial, per 100 lbs. I 12 0 .. 1 16 < Hams, per lb. 13.. 1 *: Hops, do. 2 0.. 3 » Hay, per ton,. -9 0 0 .. 10 0 < Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 I ! Maize,per bushel. 6 0.. 8 i ! Mutton, fresh, per lb. 10 .. li Oil,sperm,per gallon,.... 12 O .. 16 » ! black, do. 2 6.. 3 Porter, per dozen,. 16 0 .. 1 0 i London, hhd. 9 0 0.. 10 0 ' colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 Q i Pork, per barrel. 5 10 0 .. 6 0 < Potatoes, per ton,. 12 0 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

Southern Australian <3fätt. *T*HE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN * AUSTRALIAN,which is published every Wednesday morning attheOffice.coruerof Stephens-place, Rundle fitreet PRICE or THE PAPER---6C1. per number, or 96*. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire'it. ADVERTISEMENTS-6 lines and under [each insertion] | Ss. 6d ; above 6 lines, 3d. per Iiue - 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 3 o'clock on {donday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements misjtbe marked the number of times they are to be insetted, or they will be continued until countermanded. . All subscriptions and advertisements must be patf for In advance. AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. LONDON \ Messrs. Tinkler & Hancock, S. A. Agency Office, 3 Austin Friars,and 17St.Dunstan's Hill. . ^an chester: "The Guardian " Office. Leeds: "The...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

Sfteteifet pipping Keport. ARRIVALS. MARCS 28.- Brig Caroline, from Hobart Tova» willi sheep. jil ARCH 29.-Schooner Jahn Pirie, Martin, from. Sf A ney, whii général cargo "anil passengenr.L ; " Al ARCH 20.-Barque J jado Mary Pelham* ¡\ícKellar, from Launceston, with 926 «heap. ¡VI À nen 3Q.- Schooner Charlotte, from Launceston .wiih sheep, ano" cargo. ? *? APBIL. I.- Batque Lady Emma, Price, from Launceston, with sheep. Amit. 1.-Barque. Welcome, from Greenock, with passengers an J emigrant?. Aunt. 1-Schooner Uuntcombe, from Launceston, wjth sheep, A pniT. I. - Schooner- Lowestoft, f am Launceston', with sheep. Ste. DFPAmUWE». ' ' APRIL 1.-Brig Fur, George, for launceston. : . ' APRIL 3,- Barque Lady Mary Pelham, Mc I twellar, for Launceston. R APKIL 3.-Schooner Charlotte, for Launceston*. Tim Pi ..nf er. from, London, ami the Fairfield from Loudhn, witii -thé Nereus hom the .Westward"«»» ovcidr.é. * " * . MAI LS.-Per Carolione, for G reat Britain a»ä the Cape of Good Hope, via the M...

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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

TBE POST OFFICE. HT 1. « . ... " - WE tnougtít «hit our last week's article upon this subject would have had all the effect we desired, and that we should l e, saved the ! nect-s t/bt again adverting to it In this, how ever, we are mistaken, as we find in the last number of the .Governor's print, a paragraph which is written, with the evident intention of causing us to bring the I*cst Office once more into public notice.. The penny-a-liner of the Governor's print would have us believe, that during the past week he has been inundated with communications from all the respectable inhabitants, complaining of our remarks, and lauding the Postmaster up to the very skies; and fun her, he would have the public believe ihat we had " das'ardly slandered" and attacked the Postmaster, (nay not toe. but Mr. Mann!) "asan officer and gentleman'* but that fortunately for Mr. Watts, ** he is a ma k beyond the reach of such a pitiful calumniator" and he adds-" the confidence of the colonists in the i...

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WONDERS OF LOCOMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

WONDERS OF LOCOMOTION. IN the inier »al of the ballooning se sous, invention bas by no means been content to s-eep. Ànd a sort of intermediate visitation between the balloon abd the rai'road has been attempted ia vaiious parts of the kingdom. A professor of kite fibing, if he has r*ised nothing e'sc, has raisfd at least the astonish ment of a'l the bipeds and quadrupeds on our hi-h wajs, aad lome of our principal thoroughfares, by running races vii h the mail ou a car drawn by a e¡ Çnolie kite ; bat SB a high niad is necessary for this perfoinianee, we can expect no regular triumph of ibis order but. in February and March. Thus ten wootha ia the year are lost~to the kitedjer's ambition; onUss he should essaMsb a commoron with the Laa Jttud witches, and buy tempests in a beg '.ile con de.'.seá gas, at so mac-fa m pound. Another attempt j of a more bumble order- lately electrified all the Idlers of the Strand ; which most be allowed to be 1 electricity on a large scale. A professor oí...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---Hon. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE; WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 3, 1839. CAPTAIN STURT AND COL. LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

STíje Soutient mmtwrtían. Quid verum atque detent euro, et rogo, et omni* in AM .um-Hon. Er., lib. 1, ey. I, v fl. ADELAIDE; WEDNEEDA V, APXÎL, 3, 1839*. CAPTAIN STURT AND COL. LIGHT. CAPTAIN STURT «as arrived in, Ade laide, and deeply do we regret that we cannot extend to hi tu the same hearty welcome that greeted htm on his . first arrival. He came iii st among us in the cha racter of the enterprising discoverer of (he Murray ; -as the man who had given " a local habitation" to the theories of our io.unieis. The name of Sturt evoked from the past a thousand pleasant recol lections ;. aud as we recalled his spirit stirling narrative to our mind, and com pared nar anticipai ions of the .scenery described l»y him, with reality, we gave cheerfully our meed of praise and of welcome lo one who had richly earned the . thau ks and the acknowledgments which were his due. The universal display of this feeling -at the public dinner which was given to him hy the inhabitants of Adelaide, must ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 April 1839

Sales by Public Auction. BY APPOINTMENT.   N. BENTHAM, Government and General Auctioneer, and Land Agent, Hindley-     street, four doors west of Mr. Hack's, begs to announce to newly arrived Emigrants that he warehouses goods on reasonable terms, and can always command extensive sales of Merchandise for Cash.   A Land Register open to the public gratis. Money advanced on Goods intended for Sale. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By N. Bentham, Government Auctioneer, On SATURDAY and MONDAY Evening, at six o'Clock — A VERY superior lot of Bacon, a small as- sortment of ironmongery, tea pots, paint     brushes, keyhole saws, tea and table spoons, ink stands, locks, hinges, tooth and nail brushes, two   and three foot rules, mortice locks, &c. ; also a parcel of drapery for dresses, handkerchiefs, &c. Terms — Cash. ISLINGTON VILLAGE. ONE MILE FROM THE PARK LAND. N. BENTHAM begs to inf...

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