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FORTHER NEWS FROM CHIINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

FORTHER NEWS FROM CHIINA. By the Soundraporry, arrived at Hobart Town from Canton with a cargo of tea, procured through the Americans, who, having subscribed to the conditions imposed by the Chinese, had been allowed to trade up to the time of the engage- ment, the following important intelligence has been received.— Captain Smith of H.M.S. Volage had removed   the blockade from the port and river of Canton, in consequence of the safety of some of the British, who were supposed to have been cut off by the officers of the Chinese Government, having been ascertained. The ships of war Volage and Hyacinth left Macao roadds on the 28th October, and proceeded to the Bogue. Strong northerly winds delayed their arrival there until Saturday morning the 2nd November, when Captain Smith sent a despatch to the Commissioner at Chuenpee, the purport of which was a demand that the Commissioner should withdraw his often related threats of burning and destroying the English merchant fle...

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NEW ZEALANDN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

NEW ZEALANDN. It would appear from one or two announce-   ments made lately on the part of severed of the principal chiefs at New Zealand, that they are by no means inclined to part so easily with their land as many people would suppose. In our last number there was an advertisement inserted on the part of several of the chiefs, in which they deny that they have sold land in large tracts in the middle island to any public company or private individual, with the exception of two gentlemen whom they mention, and they add that they have conveyed their land over to three individuals, to be held in trust for them. From this it would appear that the pro- posed formation of British settlements on the island is very unpalatable to the natives, who seem determined not to part with their land. A correspondent at the Bay of Islands, writes that the native chiefs will not give up any portion which Captain M'Donnell took possession of some years since, and proclaimed the property of...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISTATIVE COUNCIL. South by, February [?], 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 15, 1840.   The Council met at ten o'clock—The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The Bill for the regulation and protection of the Whale Fisheries was read, discussed, amended, and ordered to be published for general informa-   tion in the Gazette of the 20th instant.—Ad-     journed.   Tuesday, February 18, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock.—The bill for   declaring the law in certain cases, &c., was brought up, and, on the motion of the Advocate general, was amended as follows:— In the first clause, after the words "circum-   stances of this Province," the following words were introduced:—" And so far as they are not inconsistent with the acts of the Imperial Par- liament, 4th and 5th William IV., c. 95, and 1st and 2nd Victoria, c. 60, or with any order or   orders in council made in pursuance ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

SALES liV AUCTION. <Vi/ ~../;•)• i,f r.i Trusts: .;:••>• sa/i;. i •) !. )•: •? f) X !> !'. V AU tT I O N, /7 V Mil HEALi-:. '.' i.;•: Aiiilii.n iiomns, Fvati'iivn-^tri'i-t, Adelaide, ■ n .\i.:.v!:.y, i!v'Jltli >!;■; ,>i !'Vliru;iry insuilt, ■:• 1i... is. iii civ ■<;• wi-iv !?'.s :•.*. may 'l,c iijieed \.. ..:i ~t ti.>' Chi.: ij!' >.;. ;•,?(! uiiikr c.j!.>!m;c.us i:.iu ;o l;< ;u,:Uiei <I— ' f ).l. tV.it ,kiv s.'t'si.iii •)!' Town J-iiinl ritintf . i id <M.\vr.>tiv<'t. N.nili A«K-l:iicl«'. ami num. l'i.-i<-c! !*;•'•! in t!;e i>m\ii:ri;>l survey. Ami also till '.■:'•■ ritl.t s'.ili-taiUiuUy limll ei>Ua<<us stmitlin^ '.'.-.i-i-nu, r. i-.v orni'.i.t ;1 l>v (lu1 l.oy.ii Aipjiels mid .duns v.i.d j-v.mlu.mii.; i •.. m.A o! £4 wwkly. ■|'!i;- :i< :e \- >ioli^;u(i«iiy M'.iiitci! an i!k> hrow •■( !!;<• liill, i.iul cciiiittiuiii'.* h;...

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THE ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. (From the Hobart Town Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

THE ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. (From the Hobart Town Courier.) We incidentally noticed in the last number of the Courier that the expedation to the South Pole had quitted England, and might shortly is ex-   pected to arrive here. Connected with this very interesting and scientific enterprise, we have gleamed the following particulars from some of our English periodicals, which we proceed to lay before our readers:—On Tuesday, the 10th Sep- tember, the Terror, Captain Crotier, quitted the dock-yard at chatham; and on the Thursday following, the Erctua, Captain James Clark Rees, was appointed to follow her companion, and to proceed on the voyage together. The Erchus and Terror are represented to be literally twin                     ships, alike in build, color, masts, rigging, and,         &am...

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KING GEORGE'S SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

KING GEORGE'S SOUND. THE following extract of a letter just received from a gentlemen at Albany, exhibits a good picture of the present position of things at King George's Sound, and on that account we willingly give it a place in to-day's paper. Our   readers will be rather amused at the idea of the settlers of King George's Sound wishing to throw off the yoke of the Swan River Go- vernment, in order to place themselves under that of our Province: — This poor place, I dare say, is hardly ever heard of amongst you or in New Soutlh Wales; never- theless it has many real advantages, and only   wants a name to enable it to take a distinguished   place in Australia. It has had, since its founda-   tion, many difficulties to contend with, which are now quite surmounted ; and the introduction of   an abundant supply of live stock is the only thing now requisite to give it a fresh start and to dis- seminate vigour amongst the settlers. Th...

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the South Australian Hegister. ADELAIDE; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1840 BANKRUPTCY AND EMERGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 . 1840 BANKRUPTCY AND EMERGENCY. The Southern Australian has exceeded our expectation, and shown white feather suffici-   ent for a dozen of the Bobadil school. All his hectoring and boldness have suddenly evapo- rated — the man is planet struck — his valor has oozed out—he grumbles and makes wry faces —but eats his leek with patient earnestness. With all our desire to give him "right con-   struction in fair sort," we must that a more melancholy exhibition of the humbled blusterer than that with which our contempo- rary has just astonished the South Australian   public, never came under our notice. We pity him very sincerely; and if we thought the les- son which has just been read would sufficiently cure him of his habits of reckless assertion, we might spare him further infliction. But it has not yet, we suspect, been sufficiently severe, and another birching is therefore indispe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

ADVERTISEMENTS. Hig"All advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion, unless forwarded by such of our friends as have opened montiity accounts at the Offices and Advertisers am requested particularly to notice that advertisements once inserted will be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thurs day evening. TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL. FOR LONDON DIRECT, -*Ih*hx I 1 ? E •?'lr<J"c KA THERFXE <Tmffl& *- HTKWAMT FOItBES, «^s|wm§^ burilien 5110 tons, Ai.fmeu Kill. H>q., Commnndei, will urrive tium ~lj=sfi?HP?* Encounter liny this week, una tis she will sail tor London immediately, shipper* of wool are requested to have it in re?dii:es*. The above vessel has very superior nncom moiiation for passengers. Application to be inude to Captain Feu. on boird; at tlie Sou:li Australian Company* Com mercial Office i or to HACK, WAISOV, ANT> CO. F.lll PORT rilll.Lll'. _fa£~~ rpHE RAJASTHAN, 70? _^£oRg^*. 1 tons, Cuptiiiti Ritiliif, wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

C.\PTAIN T riVr<lS rcK;imfully inform* all those g<'nt!i:wcK v.lio un> inrcrt-sted in lihecp.f.ii'iiiii.c tliat In* hxs rcoi-ivid the 'ir*t (•ales ut' \\..i:l from bU tt.itiun «> die noitlnvald. '•lid b.-iii|: iiuviff thiit tlie liistntitv is iiirnn. venicnilv preat for iR-tnv ;:c•r'!^llS to iiispc;: the florlrs thrrrsrhi'S, ln> has cpmied the bides in the •'pHcici'^- suirtion rooms of Me«sis V. mid K. SolotnoM, when, (isrtics rtviy l:ave an oppiirlutiity cfsreiM.l il.p rii'i-i-.^. TJi«.v Ate .-lioni from the th:"-p l.ifc\' jiirivH overland. BBMMAM& CO., AnrtionK-rs mul Apprais fcifb, Lmirf, Mouse, uuil (ieni?ral Commission Ajji-lilb, Kirn; Wiliihirt ai>-I Hinrt'.oy stroets, bee Itave tn intoriii newly ajfiv.'d oim'erai'ts that they tt?<U-ttalc.< tin- <!iv|!osnl «t inerrh?n<li7.e of t'v-ry <JCii'iipti..'> ut it liiu.li'tii'.c (<>ii>sm>si(M. hy puJ'Sic i.«c?i>)ii...

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THE LAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

THE LAST GAZETTE. POLICE.—Mr Alexander Tolmer is appointed Sub-inspector of police. LAND OFFICE.—Thirty-five sections of eighty acres each, situated in the south-east of district C, will be open for general selection and tender on Monday the 24th instant. THE THREE BROTHERS.—A plan of the Special   Survey known by the name of the "Three   Brothers" has been completed, and may be seen in the Survey Office on and after Saturday the 22nd instant, within fourteen days from which date the proprietors will be required to make their selections. LAND OFFICE.—On Monday next, the 24th instant, the Land Office will be removed to the   new Government Offices in Victoria-square. THE STREETS.—Persons digging wells, cellars, &c. in the town are particularly warned that the earth taken from them must not be shot out on any streets, roads, or other public land except in the places pointed out by the Town surveyor, which are at present near the bridge. B...

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THE BUBBLE BANK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 February 1840

THE BUBBLE BANK AGAIN. We lately noticed, at some length, the dis-   graceful conduct of the concern calling itself the British and Australasian Bank, established in No. 55, Moorgate-street, London. Since that time some important facts have come to our knowledge, with which it is our duty to make the public acquainted.   It was known to Mr Frederick Boucher,   who is designated as the Manager of the Bank   in London, that his brother, Charles Boucher, on whom the bills on Adelaide were drawn, had left Adelaide for the Mauritius; and with the knowledge of that fact—with the know- ledge of the previous proceedings of his brother and Milne in the colony—acquainted with all the particulars of the South Australian Agri- cultural hoax—did Mr Frederick Boucher draw bills and give credits on Mr Charles Boucher to an amount, as far as we have ascertained, exceeding six thousand pounds sterling. No arrangement was made to pro- vide for the due honor of these bills in...

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To the Editor of the South Australian Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

To the Editor of the South Australian Register. GENTLEMEN—The merchants of Adelaide and captains of ships visiting our port are under much obligation to you for the interest you take in that which concerns them at the Ut- The* haw t«i patteirtljr wniurea in mWirt long ««o baw bte« •*«WW. •«? *«?M

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THE ASSIZES.—CAUTION TO PROSECUTORS AND WITNESSES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

THE ASSIZES.—CAUTION TO PRO SECUTORS AND WITNESSES. The assizes commence on Tuesday next. With the exception of the bushrangers' case, there are few serious crimes in the calendar. The Advocate General appears determined to se- cure the attendance of prosecutors ami wknes> se*>, as the notice we subjoin from the last Guzfttt sufficiently «\i«ces, and we have no doubt that, if the ends of public justice are frustrated in any degree by the non-attendance of parties who ought to be present, the penal ties in their recognizances will be forthwith levied. It is important therefore that parties interested should be Itilly aware of the position iv which they stand:— "The endd ol jti^tin' having been frequently frustrated, and (real difficulty und tin oiivciiiclice liuving arisen in roi:se<jiuncf of the irregularity Hiid carlessiicss ol |>ro*eeutors and vviuu s>es in their attendance at the Sessions—Notice is lieie by given that all paitit-s bound by rmj^nu.inres to a...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have suppressed the communications of a [?] in and A Jobber because they will see that for the. future different arrangaments are to be made as [?] made by which the survey and Police are to be mi/i/j-W lie !in><\ titfac shift our rfcirs «>/" </.-«■ *y?.V«i a,Uijit,:d iutUf. S,if(ri.il Survri;*. 'liirre i* '• C « >hudt<w it'il.iutit us /? < r nlisnlwr right of f c l>nrt:i ti> s,t,it It is lam! I.i t c wnntirr sluUd ,■ ami tve thull n-jt ?«-.:/< imhli>.li I:<:s|i:iian's leUrr, with it full nun udiUirit. The i'lHt l.iin'u!n titleorul i/iod •übk in ■ hit nrxl.

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C[?] ESE FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

C[?] ESE FRIENDSHIP. Before the termination of the last war, the chief officer of one of the East India Company's ships was on terms of great intimancy with Con- <*> sequa, one of the security merchants, a nl.ln <.! Rrent wertltli ;nnl <,i weli-icuutvn li'-- r«lily. '?n olio oe«-;isio!i tin- )'"n:lisii o!.i<c! re marked -1? IJlill-ll.il l!"(j!!W <lf (Mi.jlJl lI.IIKI till <-><Ulll«-li..1K-e u( hi- Cllilll- .- Ilieml. ::llli\;i:.il lit I'im in tin- tniMir.l iliiilee'. iJuniiii'ii lr,- t',s- Clniiese v. itli the n:iuie ol !-".ii^:?<-h *• l!ij/.-v ••.«.. CoiiM-ij-.i i ! w'.ui dji--.,( iniiili |..!i;r Ii •. •.V ••' mv lon itiui'iii-y ftoily." (m:it\ ) ivjiiiei! O-i:s(<|tu'; '• I'i.it Mi.likey ( A:n i J--.in > captain owe'i-• I'm timrlHU- <:.,:;.; ;,ti-i|.'V If .:.:, llOf, |?O V. ■■. :,. ] m.iliev |ny" Tiie .-iVi. •: ;^'.-<-r«ained fro .. )■'. | sr:ui.i tr.; i,...

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THE ARCTIC LAND EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

THE ARCTIC LAND EXPEDITION. The following: account, furnished by Mr P. W. ase and Mr Thomas Simpson, who were sent out by the Hudson's Bay Company, of London, on an expedition for the purpose of in;iki:>£ discoveries in the Arctic Kcgiems, will be read with ii)tore-t, especially by tlm.«e of our readers ?vli > take an interest in the progress ot geographical discovery.— On tlii; Ctli of June our bout-; were i:onvi?ycd <>\\ the ire to tlio uioiitii nt l>euse"s I.'ivn (Mini jm>i vpi'ii), tl<e usi-i'ii't ?( wliivli w,.s i:i>«im>'in-eil tin: following rtiiv. With j-imii! jissisf.mcil from !n -iliiitis, «•«: I't'iH hcil the puitajre !• .ulinn tv (In- "rfis iinil lakes"' (liisruwii'd l?j- .Mr iSiiujison lu-i winttr), and c.cr.i d (Ik- Im.'ts im-mi^ i: witlioti! ttcfidciit. Thy i.t' f?u these Ukcs \vi*« Hill |n'i tet'tly solM; sintl ny wrrt; provided wit'i iroii-ilio.i kinoes turtle i>,is-ico. On the*.- v.x live;! tx. .<■ Wits, titid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

fPHK MOUNT KAUKKR DISTRICT open I lv (?!i,c!.a'..—Tl'r rri)(iiii-torst?r tlio First SjjtrirtJ .-in w) o}'the tih-liritttd HiuM K«ifcer • itt:ic t beg leave to Jiiiiiouiice incir jii^cniion of •ivim: it open to file* public. To «!tr*ciiiii? mi. • :.Mr;y n |;tf|niry >-i) wi;il ktmu'ii ami so imitiT •■<i!lv .«ii;ii<'<'iitii'd, is uiim-ci'i'kury ; tail it may l>e uMiiHikul I'mt ii wus tile first >>)ioin:«I survey se- U-ott-r' hi £o!i'l< AlKf/.i in. :ifti?r tlie it?<«t eiirHiil ■ex-i'r<i!*..«io;i of tli* Miiwtiiul.im oouruiv. Tno I • *!«;. r \-.,< i::-.,:\- ]~■ Mphhs Wiilinm linniprfpil I :>ii?t>m. Ai'irliniiii-.i'.uiiii rum ■.-,ttl<*?* ox|icrifiui' i to New f*out!i Wall's pcculiiirly •(iiai'fii'd tii-M | t.irtfii: I8?>k, :u■•! tin- n-biowled/ed superiority of j rfci' M.-.imt !.>..:•!■•.•! ••••.in-ey over all Otfi V.Her mv?-y«. ftiliv .-oi:i;.!i:.>i iln- ivirivctnc.-^ "I...

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TRIFLES TO SMILE AT. "Shards and Patches." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

TRIFLES TO SMILE AT. "Shards and Patches." A Nrv; Comm;.—NcJiin^ in tin- v.nr'i! cm bs more iiuiu^in,' tli:m ilu- ;i;>i>-inii>fe i>! S'iK'i- iii'v. coiiKTs. To >p? 11 ?:••.•.• «-.V;.w I > nml'fcii'.'ii yuii illicit po oi! !iu:ii"'i '■hip. Yon w:\\ -!'<• itiiii si.nt tiiifi illicit v!ii' pmy v ilii ::u siir of i-on-i .;!;.'!) -liil Kcil-(v:i<<-ic ili.ir fihiinly !-!:-.-w.i liis iiit«-i;i.ion of faming :i!l iirfiiti; l:i::i. Wil r.-nst'inlur on<' little fellow in |iuri'i uli.i', w n>rt <«f sorouu-fc ;ti-i London c.v('ii-.iic. witli a I*l !u '■>.• knrl «.l' faiv, v t*ot:!{i>(l misr, inn! :i >-li::hl i-.isf m his i ytv Wu iircosicc! him. "'Jou'l riMisin.; (-!> had :; roiN-ii pus«i;;i'?" •• \V(iy—)•.<■.«—!iut I :iint on.'o( tin' oililors—l'm ii ciliiii jcism'i.^c:-—ll'i-iv's ;!:i! Mr\v :ir<l—l .I.it-iv ki>- lii'-a-iiiay Ii- ::b'v fi-si ■•:;,< y.u any iiiiurinilicr! ...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1840 THE BANKRUPTCY CASE- KICK TUES LAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1840 THE BANKRUPTCY CASE- KICK TUES LAST. MATTERS do not mend with the Southera Aus- <*> tralian as they proceed Week after week we were told by his that the Colonial Government was in a state of complete insolvency-that it iiohl'or iliil imr rou-i p-iy if? way—i)i?t it ii.nl comiiiiii^il its rri'iiit Ik |>nrlie« nliom it /mil (//(_«/•<?•«■« — am! various M:nil:ir intcre;-ti?(? J a-v.Tiii'rm woro put lin'tt. all fi|nallv tC(Mlir,<,' ti? tip.- Imr.or uf the (invent'iient .in Ito the r<- 't'vtaiiility «if tlf (•■ luiiv. Oillfil itjtmi f..r fin.of, :.in| fairly nailed to |ii< st.ik-iiicnt, a'.W ?;:iny lmVutriuis wrirf<jlt's, h-.i at I'.iicth U<a " ilil* or out «'f i!ie !?afr" —tta " r?mj?lct?; Jnsnl'.oin'y" ot' a Cjovcnitiu'iit sjioHiiinp', au> cordi-i? t'?li;s at'ooinf. at tlio r.itcuf 4.'2<N>.OMo a yi-iir, i> |?r«v?'&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 29 February 1840

~'*ti fr ij l'_——ii __■_wi_i «—iii—■_———■"M*w"Ji Vf ?U;:AT SON. —Miss Wiu.iajis h.w i!>e .s._ lionor t«i ntmminec f;? the friend* of l:er jMSvih tli it s'n; !?:s rcmindl m the !iou«c lately i/conjue-l tiv the IJiiv. T. Q. Srow, N-wtU-tetrve. Mi-s \Villi;inWj torm« lor h«r limi'o 1 number of yoii'iir ladic* nr.> t'ii'l ycr imii-i-ii tor liiwd. wi''i i'lstrtietion in nil liie 0.-sonti-il hrwehe* of «diij«(i'.)ii, i.clii-'in^ I'Yem-'i. Mn«ii\ £2 _•*. per «|ii.«rtt*r. I.Ye of instrument. .£I Is. jut <ju:trti>r. l).«v iiii[iiN, l!_l:>:. |>i-r aimti'ii. A lortJiiylit's h>!il iy i\u-n i|ii.ut;'r. No i-mra*. TO NKWI.V AIIRIVKS) KMI«i:.\NTS. JkiUcrs and others. —Building land to •Ji:t in oli;'ihle sifiiitions i-i Kast-iwr.ui", Kuiidle ♦ticif. (irtnlv'.U-t.vi't, Kin,; \Villhin-?t«?et, Treer.i.n-sti-ert. Sidit-stnrt.' I'raiikiin-street. M'liitm?iv-s«|ii«re. and in seveial dt'sira'tlr si;na lion* in Ninth Adelaide ami Ituwdou; nls<«. Mont ••(ivtl?l«- sim ...

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