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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 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. Evening sales of general Merchandize every Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday evening. A Land register open to the public gratis.   Money advanced on Goods intended for Sale.   TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By N. Bentham.   On the premises of Mr. STOKES, next to Dr. COTTER'S, Grenfell-street, on Monday next, the 22nd April, at 11 for 12 o'clock,     the surplus stock of that gentlemen, all pur-   chased for his own use, and of very superior   description. Below are a few of the numerous lots for sale, and for a more detailed account see catalogues to be had at the Mart on Satur- day : Carpets, chin...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ «. é. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 17 0 lo 1 0 0 London, per hhd.9 0 0 .. 10 O 0 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Colonial, .. hhd. ... 7 O O. .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce. 60 O,. 800 r. fresh, lb. 10 .. 1 fr Butter, frësh, lb. 3 O». 3 6 . salt, do.. 3 2 .. 2 6 Coffee, lb. ll .. 2 0 Candles, moulds, lb...«. 13 16 dips, do. 10 14 «vax, do.. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tao. 4 C 0.. 5 O O Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 14,.-. 16 Colonial, I 1 .. I-- 4 Deals, per foot. 9 .. ' 1 0 Flour,colonial, per 100 lbs. 2 0 0 .. 2 5 0 Ham«, per lb-.. 19 --1 6 Hops, do. . 2 Oi.', 3 0: Hay, per ton. 9 0 0 .. 12 0 0 Iron. do... 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel,.......« 8 0.. 12 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. .... 10.. 10 Oil, sperm, per gallon, .... black, dp. .... 2 6.. 3 6 Porter, per dozen,. 17 0 .. 1 0 0 London, Mid. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per bartel ,. £ 10 0 .. 6 0 0 Potatoes, per ton,..... .. 20 0 0 .. 30 0 0 Rice, per lb. 2 ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Maximum FeUcita»''i» imaToidably postponed. " One of the Whites" is received.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MILDEW ESTATE — PORT BRAWLER To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

OIIIG IN A L CO UK E S Pö >TD E VC E MILDEW BSTATK-rORr BR IWLEÉ j To the EJUor of die Southern ^Australian. Stn,-Bearing wiiîiKg testimony to your usual alacrity iu.-furnishing thc public with intel ligones of thc. ongoings -ijj and. out ot" the- colony. \ rous: ncvertheleses, say thai, yifci have cegieetod your duty in. one respect-"I allude to your net yet having gi ven us a full, true, and particular account ofthat wonderful piece ot" fairy l&xiâ t'ae Mildewv Estate, situated at Port Bravhr. AU that your columns hare yet told us is, that the spirited pro prietor has secured possession of trater, H mest'JUC, fencing-wocd, river In-nîage, sud, batter than all, two rich fiats. The.-« Jailer beittg at all times soft and green, are expected to prove very productive. They have already produced him, according to some accounts, £2Ü/í?0, and to othsrs £ 10,000. Allow me, Sir, through your columns, to inform my fellow colonists farther respecting this ve»y splendid property. Th...

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IMPROVEMENTS AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ? IMPROVEMENTS AT PORT ADELAIDE. IT has given us the greatest pleasure, and we feel certain of the sympathy ofaji those who with Col. Light, the founder of our beautiful city and port, have main* tained that nothing was required but the expeixiitu'e of. a moderate amount of capital, to make Port-Adelaide all that could be wished for as a harbour, to hear that our fondest wishes are about to be realized. We shall no longer hear from merchants and owners of vessels complaints of the great expenses of land. ? tug cargo, aud that freights ought to be doubled in consequence; and ali the i attempts which are making in certain quarters to give Port Lincoln a name in England over this port, will now soon cease. Our readers are most of them aware, that Section A, at the Port j feil into the hands ol the South Australian Company, a short time since, as a preliminary: choice-and this important section wilt soon present a scene of activity and enterprise, lt gives us great ...

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A[?] Shipping Kepart. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

aöelaiüe Shipping Iteytrl. ARRIVALS. ^ I April 21.-The barque Merope, Clinch, with sheep, horses, and cattle. DEPASTURES. April 18.-Brig Nereus, Lees, for Sydney. April 22.-Schooner Munford, for Launceston. April 23.-Schooner Abeona, Hawson, for Hobart Town.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. From Murray's Review, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

ENGLISH EXTRACTS, j From Murray's Review, March 19«. - Tit« great subjects of discussion by tue «ress, (for London was empty, and no-otherwise is public opinion upon general political subjects elicited,) were the probable events in Canada consequent upon Lord Durham's abdication of the imperial throne the effect bis return nvgbt have upon the state of parties -the pasible breach with America as to the boundary question-and the probable breach with Russia upon the India question. Trie Indian question appears rb be the most popular " at home." Ministers will have the nation with them in a war with Russia, if the means of going to war can be produced, without subjecting the people to taxation, the burthen of which is at present all but insupportable: perhaps we might ven ture to say, if the means can be found of g**iag to war at all. It U certain, however, that hostilities wah ltu3s>a would embolden America to std I more resolutely demand the country she so ardently desires, to the ...

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PORT PHILLIP. (From the Tasmanian, March 22. 1839.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

PORT PHILLIP. ! (From thê Tasmanian, March 22. 1839.) WE have this week received, by way of Laun ceston, ¿les of the Port Philip papers-the Gazette, and: Patriot, the former to the 2nd March, the latter to the 20th February. We are glad to perceive that some friend has hinted to the Patriot the propriety of giving hi? motto according to MILTOÎ/S original, and'not in feeble, and incorrect prose. The Port Philip pians seem to be getting on, and their^ hearts «lo not feil there. * We subjoin extracts : Every day supplier fresh food to our craving appeihe for distinction io eaterprize. A fewc&amlh» ?ace a «learner fer ike 6 rat tine aent its jet r^atnoke «a tba airT «* th* strange little craft plied up the river. Now we have a «nail conveyance aboat I» be asUblUhtd by Mr. Wright, between Melbourne and Geelong; it will runa distance weekh/, and as La nattier of factoccarieace. lit the moment when the people of a colony in South Australia, have discovered a fresh water river at on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

âout$em äfaftiraltatt Office. THE followine are the terns of the SOUTHERJ9 A Uä TR ALI A N, which ii published every Wednesday morning at the Office .cornerof Stephens-place, Kundi* ' Street-- - PRICK OF TBS PAPER--6d. per number, or 36«. per nanam. Subscribers have their papers sent totheav if they, desire it. ADVEftTisntKtTi-"6 lines and under [each insertion! Ss. Cd ; above 6 lines. Sd. per line - Advertisement^ cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuesday; and «Mers to discontinue Advertisements already inserted, mast be «eat to the office before S o'clock on Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must tty marked the number of times they are to .»e inserted; or they will be can tinned until countermanded. AU subscriptions and advertisements most be pa W foy ia advance. Acairrs rna tm* SODTBRBH ACSTSAIIAM. . Limflit Means. Tinkler* ft Hancock. S. A. Agency "VJflkce, 3- Anatln Friars,mnd 17 St. Dunstan's Hill» MOM* I eJüsfer: » The Guardian " Office. I^eeds: '...

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The Southern Australiam. Quidveram atque decens curo, [?] et [?] sum.—HOR. Er., 1ib. 1, cp. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 24, 1889. THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

The Southern Australian Quid verum atque decent eur», etreg; et wmniein hw .KO..-Ho». Er.,IU>.l, ep. ll. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 24, 1839. THE ABORIGINES. IN another part of our paper will be found a paragraph narratiog the facts, as far as they have been ascertained, connected with the spearing of Mr. Gillens shepherd:   . Thu is an occurrence which affords ! ample scope for reflection on our present position in relation to the aboriginal in ! habitantsof South Australia. In théfirst j ! place we may ask, what is the condition ot the black man now, asL£omi»aced with that in which we.foundbtm ou our arrival ?, .Wa found bim in the most abject state of burna n existence-«ake'dí brutish, 4oW-' îess;-ignorant. of the uses of iiiiU ^Or canoe >and. scarcely knowing the use ot ifire. After a residence of oeiirl^ tlvee veals among as wlittt l»as Ke bc£»me ??-*^ Not less savage, but much less ;simpï||s Not less destitute, but far more cravrf^ Less ignorant of th » nee...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

% THE "MARKETS. IN consequence of the' recently received intelligence from the neighbouring colo nies, several important articles of general consomption have experienced a con siderable rise in price. Flour bas risen' from £30 to £40 per ton, and we hear of sales hairing been effected as high as £45. Potatoes have suddenly advanced from £14 to £30 per ton ; and are even very / scarce at .the last mentioned prices. / The news received, states, that the ' Sydney crops having almost entirely failed, tâie consequent demand on the ys« Diemen'«Land market to supply thel ^rsnis of our Sydney and Port Phillip neighbours, and of our own, bas 'ratted ^5atfoTrcm 10s. to IS». P«r bushel, and^pur;rf ram £2$ to £80 per twin Hobart ' Town and Launceston. Iii toss in Van Diemen's Laud, from the want of rain, of the potatoe, turnip, and late fruit a^d vegetable crops, has also had- ¡ts effect^ in raising the priées. Besides all this, we understand that «^verai oftbe Sydney and Van Diemen's j Land ca...

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South Australian [?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE o ' AN ACT to supply omissions and rectify a clerical error in the Act lately passed for regulating the retail of liquors, and for preserving good order in licensed Public Houses. WHEREAS ¡a the fifty second Section of tho Act. passed the twenty-first day of February last, idituled " An Act to regulate Hie retail of liquors aud ?o preserve good order io licensed public hpuses" the proviso hereinafter mentioned has been emitted ; And whereas in the seventh Section the word " hereinbefore" is instead of the word * here inafter:" And whereas io the form of the recogni zance given in Schedule B.the word" gambling* has been inadvertently omitted;-whereby, and by reason of which said clerical omissions and errots, the said sections aud the said recognizance will not be according to the tenor, nor have the effect intend ed by the legislature at the time the said Act was . passed Be it therefore enacted by His Excellency Lieu tenant-Colonel GEORGE GAWLER, Knight of ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

COLONIAL EXTRACTS.     - We announced sometime since, that the Chief Justice Pedder was to receive the Honor of Knighthood. By the (London) Gazette of the 2d December, we find the dignity was con- ferred upon His Honor by Letters Patent on the preceding day. -- Murray's Review, March 26. THE Government Printer, Mr. Barnard, is arrived. Now comes the tug of war for the Courier. The friends of the semi-official positivelystate that some manouvre is to be practised to preserve to it the exclusive means of publishing the Gazette, simultaneously, with the Gazette itself. We do not believe it. Captain Forster is not only infinitely too discerning to adopt a course which would of necessity compromise him not only with the whole Press, but with the whole Colony, but he is by far too many and straight-forward to descend to such pitiful and contemptible meanness. The Gazette will now be the common property of all ; none will see   one word of its content...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

Sali» fco #abiít &ttrtton. B YAP PIO IN TM EN T. VT BENTHAM, Goreromeot and General . Auctioneer, ami Land Agent, Iltndley- j street, four doora west of Mr. Hack's, begs io announce to uewly arrived ' Emigrants that lie wo rehouses ijoods on reasonable terms, and can always command extensive sales of Merchandise J'ór CV« A. Evening «ales of general Merchandize every Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday evening. A Land Register open to the public gratis. Money advanced on Goods'intended for Sate. ISLINGTON VILLAGE. ON E. MI I-F. FROM THE PARK LAND. TV' BENTHAM begs to inform the public . that this village is now completed, and the remaining shares will be sold by auction, on Saturday the 27th April, arid Monday the 29lh April, at six in the evening Plans to be seen at the Rooms, Ilindley-street. Newly arrived emi grants are requested tb apply as early as possible to the Auctioneer, as this is an opportunity that by no char.ee can ever occur again, the highroad to Port Gabler going t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

BIRTH—On Sunday the 21st April, Mrs. WILLIAM EDWARDS, of a daughter.     DIED—On the 15th instant, ELIZABETH SANDERS, aged 59, wife of JOHN SANDERS, late of Exeter, in the County of Devon.       DIED—On the 23rd inst., LOUISA, eldest daughter of HENRY WATSON, Esq. aged 12 months.     MARRIED—On the 23rd inst., by Licence, at Tri- nity Church, by the Rev. C. B. HOWARD, Mr.   FREDERICK WILLIAM ALLEN, of the Southern Cross Hotel, to CATHERINE, third daughter of Mr. JOHN OXENHAM, Director of the Public Concerts at Portsea and Southsea. Immediately   after the ceremony, the happy pair drove off for the romantic village of Glen Osmond, at the foot of the Mount Lofty Ranges.

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THE TOWN CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 April 1839

THE TOWN CLOCK.   We are glad to find that if our obser- vations have not yet been the means of setting the Town Clock a-going, they have, however, set a subscription list on foot to effect that desirable object. Al- though we do not agree with the prin- ciple of effecting by subscription those improvements which ought to have been done in another way, yet the importance and great necessity of having a public time keeper induce us for the present to waive our objections. We cannot, how- ever, pass by unnoticed the wicked and   mischievous attack that has lately been made upon Mr. Tozer's character and   interest by a writer in the Government   paper, who has hid himself under the fictitious signature of "L. H." . We pre- sume not to he competent judges of Mr. Tozer's abilities as a clock-maker but we are perfectly convinced that no blame is attributable to him on account of   the managing of the Town Clock at present &...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 May 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £_ g. «t. £ 4. 4 Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen«. 17 Ö to 1 0 London, per bhd. 9 O O .. 10 0 Ashby*-, per barrel 9 O 0 .. IO O Colonial, .. hud. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 Beef, per tierce. 6 0 0 8 © fresh, lb. 10 .. 1 Butter,fresh, lb. 3 3 .. 3 salt, do. 2 0.. » Coffee, lb.... H.. * Candles, moulds, lb.. 13 1 dips, do.. 10 * ' wax, do....... 3 6.. 4 ' Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 0 0 .. 5 0 Cedar, per foot..... w .J Cheese. EnglislC lb. I f J ^ Colonial. Il- J Deals, per foot,. 9-« * Floor,colonial,per 100 lbs. 2* 5 0 .. 2 10 i Hams, per lb.. .«. 13.. 1 Hops, do.. 2 0.. 3 « Hay.pertoa......... .©©..».* Iron.\b. . W 0 0..Î0 J « Maize, per bushel,. 8 0«. \ ' Mutton, fresh, per lb. 10 .. \ < Oil,sperm,per gallon,.... 14 0 *J . , black, du. .... « « , J * Porter, per dozen. 17 0 * J ! London, hhd. 9 0 0 .. IO O colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. J J J Pork, per barrel. « 1* 2 " J' S 1 Potatoes, per ton..,»'...» H Rice, per lb. ............ , Soap. English, pf rib. -J" Ot Spirits in bond...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 May 1839

To the Editor oftke Southern Australian. j SIR.- In the proposed Tost Office Act, a draft of which hsü now been for some time before the public, there ss the io!îuwing proposai-which, 1 must con fess. I do not veiy »eli understand ; and 1 shall feel obliged by your informing- me, if you can. what lt means, lt is this:-" that any per-ton opening, detaining", or delaying letters, (except under an es- \ press warrant, in that behalf, tinder the hand of the Governor; or except unclaimed letters) shall forieit and pay a penalty."&c. 1» il intended by this, that this Governor shali have pGwer by his warrant to order «nv letter to be " opened .detained, or delayed," ad libitum 1-for so the paragraph reads to me ; but I doubt roy owe interpretation of it, as the proposal is surely even too isbsurd for our Council to make hr les« for an intelligent Community so long to Lave entertained, without objection. There is, ia the same Act, another propo«al ex tremely cTfiinous : a provision ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. (From the Colonial Times, April 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 May 1839

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. I . . fFrö?*th* Cal°n¡al Times, April 9.1 " A triai tor libel, whicb excited considerable ¡atañí took place before Mr. Justice Willis and a spec jury, on the 18th ultimo:-The plaintiff was« Bi Josephson, of Penrith, and th» défendent a If - Fallon, who had written an article io the AustemS Magazine (since defunct) reflecting, aa wasatttoau oo the plaintiff*s character, as an usurer, «Sec T damages were laid at £500. but the jury retained . verdict of one farthing. The Auoraey-geasjral 1 the plaintiff, and Mr. a' Beckett for the deJaaasr - ^ respectively displayed considerable ability. We mentioned last week, the los«, by fire, of f t barque Despatch* bound from Sydney to Eog*a with wool OJfd colonial produce i the /íttsrrwÜesj 26th ultimo gives a detailed account of this «eh choly occurrence, in a letter, addressed to Mem ~ Cooper and Holt, by the Ute master. Mr. Pritcbat From this we learn, that the fire was occasioned??. - wool, improperly packed, and was first ...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens cure, et roge, et omnis in hoc sum. HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, V 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1839. THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 May 1839

Soutient SUiötraltan. Quid verum atque deten» euro, et rogo, et omni* in hoc sum."rlloi;. EP", lib. 1, ep. I,? ll. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MAY I, 1839. THE ABORIGINES. IHE very sagacious proclamation to which we alluded in our last is producing its legitimate consequences. While the Colonial Secretary, assisted by consta bles, bas been .prosecuting a Quixotic warfare against the females of Adelaide who have dared to feed the hungry or clothe the naked, the black meu have been ruminating on the nature of the relation in which they stand to us, and on the justice which condemned them and their children to starvation, because three of their colour had been guilty of a crime. The Adelaide natives have stated and reasoned thus: three black men you say have killed a white man, if they bave we know; nothing of it. We believe*them to be of another tribe. We have them not in our flower, if we bad we would give them up. 1 Several of-our. people have gone to assist in apprehending them, yet you w...

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