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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,           BY N. BENTHAM,             (Successor to R. Cock)   At the Australian Auction Mart, on MONDAY, November 19th, at twelve at noon, and at six     in the evening— SUPERIOR Chairs, bedstead and hangings,   earthenware, coffee in bags, barrel flour,     maize, soap, blue, chocolate, sorted ironmongery,     haberdashery, hats, VINE ROOTS< basket sale,     and various other select articles.   The sale will be continued at six in the evenings   of Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, till the whole is disposed of. Handsome paper hangings now exhibiting at the Mart. EXTENSIVE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE.   TO BE SOLD BY AUC...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AMENDMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AMENDMENT ACT. A Bill to amend the act of 4 and 5 Win. IV, c. 95, was in progress through Parliament in July. The blunders which confessedly exist in the original act will now be repaired, and we trust, for the peace and respectability of the colony, the extravagant nonsense which has been promulgated on the subject of the powers of the local government will be finally exposed and put down. The next arrival will probably put us in pos- ession of the act as amended, and we shall not fail to communicate to our readers the information we amy receive on this important subject. One point we trust will not be overlooked. As the act stood, the bonus given to retired officers of the army and navy in all other colonies, in the shape of a certain quantity of land corresponding to their rank in the service, is withheld in South Australia, and the very best class of settlers, without incurring serious pecuniary loss, are thus debarred from   selecting this province...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

IMPORTS. November 16 The RAJASTHAN. 600 tons, Duncan Ritchie, master, cleared from London the 21st July, with 254 passengers:—6 cases 6 park- ages drugs, 8 casks blacking, 14 kegs 1 cask white lead, 20 bottles 1 carboy linseed oil, 10 bottles 1   carboy turpentine, 1 cask brushes, 1 hhd 5 tierces 1 barrel 31 baskets British goods, 143 barrels pork, 3 cases shoes, 20,000 pavior bricks, 559 deals, 3 tierces ncgrohead tobacco, 4 casks brandy, 3 cases French wine. 3 casks 2 puncheons ruin, 2   casks 1 case geneva, I hhd 1 puncheon refined sugar, 96 barrels flour, 12 tierces beef, 10 firkins butter, 1 tub barley, 1 tub peas, 15 boxes 1 tub oatmeal, 1 cask corks, 1 case wine baskets and   isinglass, 2 packages tea, 1 bag coffee, 1 cask sugar, 2 boxes raisins, 4 bags cocoa, 3 casks red wine, 1 cask 1 case hardware, 3 boxes window glass, 5 casks Spanish wine, 1 cask Portugal wine, 3 casks Madeira, 17 casks Spanish Madeira, 8 casts Por-   &...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We thank Pan for his letter; but we have no de- sire to pry more closely than we are constrained into the affairs of the party to which he alludes; although we may make use of his information at some fitting time. He will oblige us by a note on the subject alluded to in the ?S. To a Landowner we reply that we never heard of the deputation he speaks of. We do not know the man even by sight. The " Emigrants by the Rajasthan," and the letter on " Smuggling and Smugglers," in our next.

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DINNER TO CAPTAIN [?] OF THE SHIP SURRY [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

DINNER TO CAPTAIN SINCLAIR OF THE SHIP SURRY On Tuesday last, a dinner was given to Captain Sinclair by the whole of his cuddy passengers. So unanimous a tribute to the gentlemanly and obliging procedure of Captain is worthy of comment. To us it appears to be both honor-   able to the captain and creditable to his passengers, inasmuch as it indicates that moderation and good sense—qualities, the exercise of which can- not be too strongly recommended to all persons undertaking a long voyage — have prevailed on board the Surry. After the health of the Queen and the Governor had been done due honor to the health of Captain Sinclair and of Mrs Sinclair were drunk with enthusiasm; and the evening terminated in the most cordial and gratifying manner. The dinner, which was of a most sumptuous character, was given at Fordham's Hotel, and reflected much credit on its landlord. Captain Sinclair gives a farewell dinner to his   cuddy passengers on board the Surry on Tuesday next. ...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1838. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMERCE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1838. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMERCE AND SHIPPING. One of the most substantial tests of the pros-   perity of South Australia is to be found in the increased and increasing numbers of vessels daily arriving. Before the close of the season we shall be able to show, in the result of the arrivals of one year—and that one year the second only of the establishment of the province — a greater amount of tonnage than has reached the Swan River settlement during the eleven years of its existence, and more by one-half at least than reached Sydney in any single year prior to 1820. On Thursday last there were lying at anchor in Glenelg roads the following vessels:— 1. H.M.S. Conway, 28, Captain Bethune, from Sydney, for Sincapore and India. 2 Pestonjee Bomanjee, 650 tons, Hill, from England, with emigrants and cargo. 3. Rajasthan, 601 tons, Ritchie, ditto. 7 Surry, 450 tons, Sinclair, ditto. 5 Prince George, 482 tons, from Ham burg, ditto. I...

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EXPLORING PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

EXPLORING PARTIES. The desire to know more of the country is every day becoming stronger, and Captain Sturt's account of the land he saw towards the head of St. Vincent's Gulf has induced several settlers to explore that region more   minutely. Mr. T B. Strangways accompanied by Mr. Stephen Blunden and their servants, proceeded on Thursday in that direction with   the intention of reaching the eastern shore of Spencer's Gulf—to explore which, and if pos- sible the western shore also, a party, headed by Mr. Robert Cock, sailed about a week ago. It is probable, therefore, the parties may meet. We have often said that we were in debted to private enterprise for all that was hitherto known respecting either the shores or the interior of the province. We trust, how- ever, that Colonel Gawler will consider it in accordance with the best interests of the pro- vince to despatch the Rapid, with competent surveyors, to examine the harbour reported as formed by the Tr...

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THE SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

THE SURVEY. The land in the district of Adelaide is in the course of rapid appropriation; and, indeed, many persons who have purchased both in Eng- land and the colony are waiting to select un- til the district shall be enlarged, and the survey carried to the northward, in the very direction,   we may say, contemplated by the Commis- sioners when the running survey was ordered,   and where the tracts extending to the Parry river are said to be of unparallelled fertility. Indeed, if the Port is fixed in its proper and natural position forthwith, the necessity for an extensive survey of country land in its neighbourhood becomes inevitable, and we doubt but that Colonel Gawler will find means,     without retarding the survey of preliminary sections in the southern districts, to detach a sufficient party to proceed with the sur- vey in the tracts most likely to be preferred by recent purchasers. At all events, we have no &nbsp...

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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

SYDNEY EXTRACTS. COLONEL GAWLER.—The prospects of South Australia brighten as the light of experience dis- sipates the gloom of the hypothetical speculations of its founders. Necessity has compelled the Commissioners to forego in practice their crude     notions of an Imperium in imperio - of an in- dependent commonwealth, in allegiance to the monarchy which give it existence as an English province. The appointment of Colonel Gawler as their agent or Resident Commissioner, in the person of the representative of the sovereign authority of the British Crown, is a virtual   acknowledgment of the fallacy of their principle       of government, and will go far to rectify its practical errors. Let, however, these things lie   as they may, we are satisfied that we have reason to congratulate our South Australian countrymen   on the appointment of Colonel Gawler to the supreme authority i...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE CORONATION. THURSDAY, JUNE 28,1838. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE CORONATION. THURSDAY, JUNE 28,1838. DURING the early part of the morning the sky was somewhat overcast, and appearances threatened an impending fall of rain. Occasional showers fell, but to a very trifling extent and long before the procession began to form the sun shone forth and lent the splendour ofhis rays to gild the   pageant of the day. Myriads of well-dressed persons poured to the centre of attraction. Buck-   ingham Place and St. James's Park, in which   much gratification was afforded to the holiday folks by the truly picturesque encampment of the brigade of Royal Horse Artillery, who had bivouacked in the Park during Wednesday night. Shortly after nine o'clock the General in com- mand, Sir Charles Dalbiac, rode down the line in Constitution-hill, attended by a military cortege; he was loudly cheered. Soon afterwards the members of the Royal Family arrived in succession, and entered the Palace on the Pimlico s...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. WE shall insert in our next with great pleasure, and at as much length as our limits will permit, the proceedings of the second annual meeting of the proprietors of this Company. In the meantime, our readers will learn with satisfaction that the Directors have wisely resolved that the future intermeddling of the Company with the private enterprise ot the colonists, in reference to their trading or commercial pursuits, is to be abandoned. Indeed, the system which we formerly so unhesitatingly denounced, could   not last under any circumstances nor under any management; and we would strenously recommend a further curtailment of their operations. The Company ought to cease to be landholders as speedily as possible; and with respect to herds and flocks, they are much better left to, and much better managed by, individuals than by companies. There is enough and more than enough to occupy the paid up capital of the Company (£100,000) in its bank and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

    THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE               ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE.   signed by the proper authorities are to be con-   sidered official and obeyed as such. By command, GEO M. STEPHEN Colonial Secretary GOVERNMENT ORDER (No. 21.) CiLOMAL aECiiErAiivs OrricE. H, - pvpiti I vwTftil' OVFttNOR l> EXCELLENCY Ulfe, oOVhKNOR has been pleased to appoint Mr. Neales Bentham Government Auctioneer, in the room of Mr. Robert Cock, resigned. By his Excellency's command, OEO. A. STtPnEN, Colonial Secretary. — GOVERNMENT ORDER       (No. 19.) Co.OMA,. &E CHK|AHY S Office, HK PVPFLI FN^T'SJ: 'ioVFRNOIt ANo KsliiFNT rONIJII^IONFR .^XSELS^S Right Honoial.le the aerretary ot a.ate lor the Colonies and the Cobn.zatum Coui.uwsioi.ers. SaSv 1' £n& uunX'of "inv'^anr ?,h S^A&tXtS....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

MARRIAGE. November 20.—John Bishop to Ann Mullins.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION.     SPLENDID MARE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,   BY N. BENTHAM,       (Successor to R. Cock)   At the Australian Auction Mart, on MONDAY,           November 26th, at twelve noon — A FINE BROWN MARE, black points, four years old, and broken to harness. Any             Gentleman requiring a handsome and useful animal should not let this opportunity pass. May be viewed at Jepp's Livery Stables at any hour previous to the sale.               An immense set of Merchandize on Sale by Auction every evening till further notice.   TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. RICHARDSON, On MONDAY next. November i>Gth, at twelve o'clock precisely, at his Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 24 November 1838

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE. NOW LANDING—Cabinet Piano Forte, 6½ octaves, splendid tone, and handsome mahogany case. Elegant rich-toned Guitars, by Ponormo. Cocoa and Ebony Flutes, 8 silver keys. Ditto 4 ditto Ditto Third Flute. Several Accordians, full toned, and handsomely got up. J. WALKER. 75, Hindley-street. FOR SALE, THE following valuable Freehold Property:— Six acres of Land in country section 474,   situated on the Banks of the Torrens, sold by the late Governor Captain Hindmarsh. Four acres in Prospect Village.   Half an acre in Hindmarsh Town. ALSO, Quarter of an acre in Pirie-street, fenced in, with a house built thereon. Application to be made to Mr. C. Johnston, Solicitor, Land and Law Agent, Grenfell-street   November 10, 1838. FOR SALE, the following valuable Freehold and Landhold property:— Quarter of a Town Section in Rundle-street, fenced in, with two good dwelling houses and a workshop built thereon. Quarter of an acre in W...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 1 December 1838

DEATH. November 28.—Died. Henry Mildred, the son     of Mr Henry Mildred, of North Adelaide, aged one year and six months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 1 December 1838

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. . v +MA. J&SlAte, SgSIJiSSiiS. #§_liiOiPS§il HSSHHySS .. *„„*„-. . „-,„ . I 7. , All PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this Gazette' signed by the proper authorities, are to be con- sidcred official and obeyed as sucli. rJo C 0 iit.u. M. ZslbPlit.fii, Cohnial Sccrelanj. " GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (No. 22.) Colonial SKCiiiirAiiY's Office, November 30, 188 S. JAMES HURTLE FISHER, Esq., having for- wurded to his Excellency the Governor his resignation of the o'ftee of Ueyisr.r.iNgeneral, his Excellency has accepted the same, and will submit it for her Mujesty's approbation. By his Excellency's command, GEO. M. STEPHEN Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (No. 23.) Colonial Secretary's Office, November 30, 1838. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been pleased to make the following     appointments in the Police Department:— Messrs. James Stewart and — Ashton to be Deputy Inspectors of Police. Harry Figg to be Constable in the Police Force....

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1,1838. PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY ?— ANOTHER FRESH WATER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 1 December 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1,1838. PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY — ANOTHER FRESH WATER RIVER. We rejoice to inform our readers that another fresh water river, within a distance of forty-five miles from Adelaide, has been discovered by Mr. T. Bewes Strangways and Mr. S. Blunden in the excursion made by these gentlemen alluded to in the last Gazette. The stream contains at least three times the body of water of the Torrens, and runs through a country   of surpassing beauty and fertility. It was named " The Gawler," in compliment to his Excellency the Governor. The following is a rough outline of the journey which has been obligingly communicated to us :— Thursday, November 22..—Left Adelaide this forenoon with provisions for six days, and fol- lowed the direction of the Torrens, which we   crossed and recrossed several times for nearly twenty-five miles. Towards evening came upon a beautiful valley of rich land, producing grass of the finest quality, f...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 1 December 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. We have been favored with a copy of the Morn-   ing Herald containing an account of the Second Annual Meeting of this Company, which took place on the 29th June last, George Fife Angus, Esq., in the chair. The business commenced by rending the report for the past year. After some desultory remarks it mentioned the progress of South Australia, the location of Adelaide, the future metropolis, and the seleccion of the company's 168 acres at that town and its port. It then adverted at some length to the leading operations of the company— viz., their land, flocks, fisheries, and bank, detail- ing the progress in their several branches. The land had greatly increased in value; the prelimi- nary sections, of which the company had 102 (nearly 14,000 acres) purchased at 12s. per acre, were bringing from 30s. to 40s. per acre. Their 168 town acres (102 of which cost 12s. and 66 about 5l. 5s. each) were worth from 30l. to 100l. each. The directors were le...

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PORT ADELAIDE.?— THE NEW HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 1 December 1838

PORT ADELAIDE.— THE NEW HARBOUR. THEN has existed for the last fortnight not a little excitement on the subject of the new port. The notice inserted in a late number of the Gazette, in reference to the opening of a road through the swamp, indicated with tolerable distinctness the opinion of the Resident Com- missioner on the subject, while the official abeyance in which it has since remained may be taken as evidence that the various interests which the question of removal involves are undergoing the deliberate consideration to which they are entitled. Without any particular desire to anticipate the course to be eventually pursued, we take leave to bring the matter be- fore the public, and to express our views on the various points to which the attention of the colonists is at present directed. We are told, in the first place, that the pre- sent landing place was never meant to be the permanent port of Adelaide ; but that it was originally selected merely as the best spot where goods...

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