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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 March 1840

ENGLISH NEWS. The Bank of the United States stopped pay-   ment on the 16th October, and, according to the   City article in The Times, there were only four banks in the whole of the States not affected by it. The Chartists, to the number of 800, made an attack upon the town of Newport; they were fired upon by the military, and twelve killed. Lord Brougham was thrown out of a carriage   in Westmoreland, and some mischievous vagabond wrote to one of his Lordship's particular friends, informing him that Lord Brougham had been killed by the fall, and requesting him to make the the intelligence public. Of course the public   papers were filled with the subject, and great was   the lamentation—when lo! the hoax was disco- vered. Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg is residing at   Windsor, and all the papers talk of his marriage   with the Queen as a settled matter.   Sir J Campbell, it was e...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 March 1840

MARRIED —On the 29th February, by the Rev. C. B. Howard, at Trinity Church, John,   second son of George Allan, Esq., of Allan Vale, Launceston, to Eliza, second daughter of Captain Lipson, R.N. DIED —On the 14th February, on board the Mary Ridgeway, at Port Phillip, W. Chesser, Esq., Captain of the ship, and formerly Commander of the Coromandel.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 March 1840

THE MOUNT BARKER DISTRICT open   to purchase — The Proprietors of the First     Special Survey of the celebrated Mount Barker     District beg leave to announce their intention of hWii^r it ' pen to r?ie puhi.'t; To liesciibe mi. liuttlj";. pi^trty so weii kiic-.vr: and so univer* «ii)ly et.'iireoirtted. is uimccrssary ; but it way lie J-(.-.ii;iu'd ?h«t it ws.i rlii-f:i;:t jpeo.al sunry so- Jf.-tn-S in ?ri?t?i A^tr.iliu, ;irt;T ibe met caivt'u'. ?i..::i!iii:..;!( \.f ;'•>.• r'tv.ouri' og rou:it?y. Tne iV.une v,-,. s ~•.!•• by M?:m ; Y? I'-i2.?« Si>nn|>dtn <-'-'tuii, M ?•!". <-l:.m>,;in<l fur.iUs.wliosecxpcrietir? }i. NY.,/ Sinitt: A',il ( '.; pecuhntlv qiudinVd thn;i ti. iiit tu--k, :i.c.;l .in .irkiiourledxed Mipcriority ct I itic .'iJ.i.iit Parker Mirtvy tm-r h!I thi; i:it(rj ♦ufvfjs luliy «wSn*ui tin* coit>--iiif.s >A 'j.iir J judgment. The j!i«: ftU-rtioti of 4UD ...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 March 1840

SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. On Tuesday and following days the Supreme Court sat for the trial of criminal cases. The calendar was a heavy one—there being no less than fifty-two bills brought before the Grand Jury.   His Honor the Judge, in addressing the Grand Jury, congratulated them on the increase both in point of number and respectability of the po- pulation of the provinces since the occasion of their last assembling, by which its prosperity had every prospect of being greatly advanced. He also averted to the promising state of the crops which had been gathered in. It was true that from various circumstances, arising chiefly from the youth of the colony, agriculture had not pro- ceeded to such an extent as the necessitites of the population required, or the enterprise of the settlers was capable under more favorable con- ditions to ensure; but a most gratifying proof of   the capabilities of the soil and climate was afforded by the returns which had b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 March 1840

ADVERTISEMENTS. •fi&AU advertisements must be paid for previous to \ insertion, unless forwarded by such of our frirnda us have opened mont/dy accounts at tht Office; and Advertisers are requested particularly to notice that advertisements once inseittd wilt bt continued and charged for vnlesi countermandfd by six o'clock on Thu>s~ day evening. FOR LONDON OIRKCT. -i"S?l*fc. 11 H X barque KAT HEMS E ||l|i\ I STtiWAHT FOUBEB, <\t*4fiMW^ Imrihen MO tons, Alkilu FtLi.. '■■M^ffi^B' £*'!•• Commati'let, i* now anolioted **9^SBl?*o^ ''le ''on, ?<>( l tiavini; enju^vd (O receive t?e |,'redte?t part of her wool, she wil/ c «i) tor l.oiidou in a'toitl v fortnight. The übot'e vessel bas very superior aecommo datiun for passengers. Aji|>laitioii to be made to Ctptain Fvi.t. bit board ; tit the Sou.h Australian Company's Com mercial Office ; or to HACK, WAISOV, AN'P CO. Avff"*== riIHR fine (irst-class brii; litiinil'on, /fffjEntc. •*■ Captain DIiAitCUHV. \M,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

rip Mi ;«OI.NT BAUKKIJ DISTIUCT open i to purcliiise Tin? I'ropiietois ot the First Special fcuivex of the eeletmitid Muui.t Itarker ' Oistrii-t ')'i! leave tn iinnoiuieettieir imoiition n) li'yiii;: ;t i-pen to tlie puhlii'. T<> ile^eiibc mi Mitviy h jine-.i-rty *o v.-ell k'u)Wn a Md m> ui<ivvr> '■!';.• ii;ii:iii-i.i-..1i-ii. is nimre-.'ssary ; lull il m:iy lie I I :..■:!;..•! lh:.'t ii W;(S till' ii V. t >.pecl:il SUIVI'V M.I- li'ctcd iii .S.urli .'n<:ra:iii, ;i!U'r tlie niobt curelul (\;iinin.iliiiii nt t!ic siiM-oiiMdin;; country, 'i'mc risdiii! «iis m;;i)p Jiy ?.?cssrs Wiiliiilil i'auijiiieil DnM'iii, .".i::clii!! ill". Mid I'nuiiw, wliol-!' e.\verivi:iT in Now >;()iltli Wales peculiarly ijilulilii-.i «i;rm fur ?lv- (:: -k, and l!u' arkii'.iwli'.l.i'i-d .~i:p^:;-ji i: •• ill ilu- Mviiil1 K.-ii!;.-r mi:v. y over all lii,- l.:ter surveys J'i;!!y roiilirms •!■•.• i-.ini-i-t! .-?>■ >:f tlicir iilil«:m'!lt. 'Mie i:.-! -i'lvi-Ci/i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

SAi.l'.S liV AUCTION. Siirt;,, }\ i.iliiaj hullticlis, llots,^ kc "\/T i:s.-i;- w k <:. -oi.omon i.-c? h-ave ..Vl to .■,!••:,i:..i'.'li? li.i' Nt vviy-uriivou l.iai p.-..:i:s a!i:| f-ijiil il*M? i-l* .SnitliAilMLilm, tlirft i!ie" !rr.-f lu-i'ii liiivr.i-' \iiili iii>triii-ti<iiis from .•■!i'v-.;> i'Ji;':.)ii ami I i :-.U, to i!i>-pii-.e vi l.y I'tilil.t -?:■••• ;«?ii, .:? i ---•-•«• .\i;'M'?h .':i ift, I'm rii'-'iroi1:, mi S-Vi-i-y 111- -<:!i i .-■■'...-;, :'.:<? irui.-iir..!.: :-.:iy.| l.iiiiity imnroved ;:mi \:i!«.i!il>' >i.n -|i,si'U.-etvd svilii >;i\'.ii <•.?>•'liy a \ ,-i>'.;:i l'n:>e-.«i:ti. iiit:<-li • .vjioiieiitv Hi Midi ur.itui iri'M lli!' ilu;'.o ?il il'f iii.;m <-..!,'!|.Mt.d l:rt'oii:> ii N.-vv .-'.mtli \V::li-s, viz — L-'iH l'M.-i va:\i.!^ in :■_.- .'i.io :'. vv.ii? t: ( i;vunN, t:i:ne 11 ixc ed -5' )i';i;>:. :. i-H' 'u:l:t.|>. t, it." " (iittKi .-.s :■; :.•...

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MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, MAR.15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, MAR. 15. Flour per ton £90 Cheese per lb 2s 6d   Flour (second) 50l Eggs per doz 4s     Oats per bush. 10s to 12s Sugar per ton 35l to 45l     Bran per do 5s Soap per lb 1s 6d   Rice per lb 3d Tea per chest 14l       Hay per ton compd 18l Rum per gallon 1?s} in bond Potatoes per lb 5d to 6d Brandy per do 14s}   Beef per lb 8½d to 10d Hollands per do 5s} Mutton per lb 8½d to 10d Port per doz 35s to 48s   Veal per lb 1s Sherry per doz 35s to 48s   Pork per lb 1s Porter per cask 10l 10s     Fresh butter per lb 3s 6d Candles per lb 1s 2d   Salt do 2s to 2s 9d Four pound loaf 4s Barrel pork 9l. Hams per lb 1s 6d VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, FEB 14.     LAUNCESTON.—Fine flour 33l to 3?l per ton;         &...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES, AUCTION. DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

ABSTRACT OF SALES by AUCTION DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. SMITH & VALLANCE—at their rooms, Hindley-st., at twelve—merchandise. W. H. NEALE, at Calton's hotel, at six in the   evening—land and bricks.   BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, Hindley-st., at   six in the evening—merchandise.   MONDAY. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, Hindley-street, at twelve—provisions, &c. BENTHAM Co., on the premises, at eleven—   the stock in trade of C. S. Penny. TUESDAY. SMITH & VALLANCE, at Mr Crispe's yard, at one—   cattle and horses. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King William-     street, at one—a horse and cart, &c. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King William- street, at one—bullocks, drays, &c.   WEDNESDAY. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King William- street—merchandise. N. HAILES, at his room, Hind...

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PROGRESS OF THE COLONY—NEWS FROM INDIA-IMPORTANT GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

PROGRESS OF THE COLONY—NEWS FROM INDIA-IMPORTANT GEO- GRAPHICAL DISCOVERIES. We have, within the last few days, numerous interesting arrivals from England and Calcutta, while events of important bearing on the pros-   perity of the Proviace are thickening around us. Every week brings fresh arrivals of stock overland; and not a day passes without wit- nessing the happy settlement in "the Bush"   of some enterprising colonist. During the     present week two more Special Surveys have   been taken in the fertile regions to the north- ward; and by the latest English papers we   find that four Special Surveys of 15,000 acres each were taken in London in October, and that the product of the land sales in that   month alone exeeded £18,000 sterling!   Much interest has been excited in India by the publication of the letters from some of our most respectable colonists, which will be found...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. THE Baboo. from Liverpool, brings papers     to the 22nd November. Elsewhere we have given a few extracts; but every thing in the old country seems very quiet, with the ex- ception of the chartist disturbance at New- port. Our province seems to be daily engaging more of the public attention. In the last week of October, no less than four special   surveys were paid for to the Commissioners. The amount of land sales during September and October amounted to £18,900. The South Australian Record now makes its appearance very fortnight to supply our   friends with South Australian news. Emigration from Scotland towards this place seems to be on the increase. A Glasgow paper says, that notwithstanding the unfavor-   able rumours which had been received, the spirit of emigration continued on the increase.   Two vessels were filling up at Greenock with passengers and goods, and others were to ...

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SPECIAL SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

SPECIAL SURVEYS. THE Parties interested in Special Survevs have not been slow in adopting the suggestion of our correspondent " Bushman," and a meeting, we perceive from an advertisement in this day's paper, is to be held on Monday week for the purpose of memorializing the Resident Com- missioner on the subject. We have no reason to doubt that his Ex- cellency will readily concede to the memo- rialists the utmost he conceives justice to them, and to the general interests of the colony allows. The principal ground of complaint at all events, is certain to be removed on a proper representation being made; and, in future, if the absolute and uncontrolled right of choice which we contend for be not ad- mitted, the figure of the 80-acre sections will, at least, be such as to include available land only. We have no wish to return at length to the argument by which our views of last week were supported; but one word may be per- mitted on the phrase "of any part" which   occurs...

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STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

STEAM MILLS We have great pleasure in publishing the following letter from the respected Manager of the South Australian Company, which came to hand too late last, week :— To the Editors of the South Australian Register, GENTLEMEN—Having observed lately in one   of the newspapers, that our neighbours at Port Phillip have got the necessary apparatus for es- tablishing a corn mill, and that they boast of having, in this respect, the start of Adelaide—I     take the opportunity of transmitting to you, for publication, the following statement of facts, the accuracy of which your readers may depend on, and which you may make use of as you think proper. The publication of these facts will show that the colonists here will not require to send their grain which they raise to Port Phillip in order to be ground.   The South Australian Company have had in   the colony for upwards of two years the materials   for esta...

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ENCOUNTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

ENCOUNTER BAY. WE have been favored by Captain Fell, with the following explicit account of the anchorage at this place, which we gladly publish for the information of all parties interested: — The Katharine Stewart Forbes anchored in Rosetta Cove in January, and remained four weeks, discharged her ballast and took in 200 tons of oil, with the Bluff bearing S.E ½ E., and Wright's Island N.E.. by E., the outer anchor being in 28 feet water, bearing E. from the ship, with eight fathoms of chain, the other ahead with 50 fathoms, and in 30 feet water, and the bower chain fast to the rocks on shore, hearing W N.W. We lay perfectly smooth and safe, although the wind was from the S.E. most of the time. The only thing we wanted was larger chains out abaft. The other anchorage at Granite Island I consider quite unsafe, for we have the ocean swell coming in and no protection from the Island; it is also foul rocky bottom, which is not the case at Rosetta Cove; however, I took in 120 tons of oi...

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RAIN GUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

RAIN GUAGE. For January and February, 1840, kept at Adelaide by G. S. Kingston, Esq., Civil Engineer. Inches. Jan. 2... '025 3...'09   5...'22     — '385 8... '08 17... '14 16... '68 19... '23   28... '18 — 2'01 2'345

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LETTERS REGARDING SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (from the Calcutta Englishman.) No,151, Grenfell street, Adelaide, July 27, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

LETTERS REGARDING SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the Calcutta Englishman.) (1.) No. 151, Grenfell street, Adelaide, July 27, 1839. MY DEAR SIR— Having requested me to give you my opinion of the salubrity of our climate, and of its suitability to the constitution of Indo-   Britons, I have much pleasure in being able to state that I consider the climate of South Aus- tralia admirably adapted to invalids obliged to   leave either of the presidencies in consequence of repeated attacks of fever or hepatitis, or from a long residence within the tropics.   Here miasma is unknown, and I have not met with a single case of Patudal fever during a re- sidence of more than twelve months in this colony. Our winter is sufficiently bracing with- out being too cold and our hottest summer days are almost invariably followed by cool and delightful nights.   To those laboring under pulmonary affections,   the purity of our atmosphere and the total ab- sence ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. (from the latest [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

SYDNEY NEWS. (from the latest Papers.) Cattle.—Nearly seven thousand head of cattle have been purchased from the different proprie-   tors in the northern districts, and are now on the eve of starting overland for Port Phillip and South Australia, for the purpose of forming herds   for their future supply. This will be by far the     largest draft that has been taken to those settle-           ments, and a very few more of such magnitude will drain the northern districts of their surplus stock—Herald. Good Tidings.—A gentleman at the Hunter   states, in a letter to his friend in Sydney, that the weather in the upper districts was, at the date of his communication (which is recent), "very beau- tiful." The harvest, he says, was then nearly in, and the crops have been most abundant. Sheep and cattle were thriving most satisfactorily—or to   use...

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR JANUARY 1838, 1839, AND 1840. Kept at Adelaide by WHILLAM WYARR[?] J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR JANUARY 1838, 1839, AND 1840. Kept at Adelaide by WILLIAM WYATT, Esq., J.P. [Explanation of Thermometer Table.—The first line refers to 1838; the second to 1839, the third   to 1840. The first and last figures of each line give the real observation at 8am and 9pm. The   middle figures denote the greatest heat observed during the day.} Day Thermometer Wind Weather         {72 80 78 SW Light breezes; clear     1{73 80 65 S W E Ditto {96 100 78 NW E Strong gales; dense clouds; little rain a.m. lightening p.m.       {76 84 75 SW E Light breezes; cloudy; a little rain; strong east wind p.m. 2{68 84 67 SW SSE Fresh breezes; clear, cloudy night   {82 99 85 NE N W Variable winds; dense clouds; few showers, thunder and lightening. {80 88 78 N Light breezes; cloudy; little rain p.m.    ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED.     March 7.—The cutters Hero and Waterwitch,   from Encounter Bay.   6.—The schooner Truganini, 61 tons, Peter Paterson commander, from Hobart Town, with a cargo of sundries as per imports. No passengers. 10.—The barque Orissa, 323 tons, James Brown       commander, from London October 12, Plymouth October 31, and Table Bay January 11, with a cargo of sundries as per imports. Passengers— Mr and Mrs Tapley, Mr and Mrs Scott, Captain Tapley, Captain Olliver, Messrs Gemmell, Pearce Cameron, and Tinley. Intermediate—Miss Movis, Messrs Movis, Cameron, Capper, Leer, Matthew, Quick, Coates, and Williams. J. H. Greenwood surgeon-superintendent, ninety-five emigrants, and eleven steerage passengers. Consigned to Chas. Beck & Co. 10.—The Barque Tomatin, 450 tons, Daniel   Wingate commander, from Greenock, having left   on the 25th Octobe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

ADVERTISEMENTS.           All advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion, unless forwarded by such of our friends as have opened monthly accounts at   the Office; and Advertisers are requested particularly to notice that advertisements once inserted will be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thurs- day evening. FOR LO(N)DO(N) DIRECT.   THE barque KATHERINE           STEWART FORBES     burthen 500 tons, ALFRED FELL,         Esq., Commander, in now anchored   off the Port, and having engaged   (t)o receive the greatest part of her (wool?) she will sail for London in about a fortnight.     The above vessell has very superior accommo-   dation for passe...

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