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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. (Concluded from our last.) Friday, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. (Concluded from our last.) Friday, March 6. David Chambers was found guilty on a charge     of stealing a box of cigars, the property of Reu- ben Chapman, and sentenced to seven years' trans- portation. RICHARD FENTON was charged with stealing a bullock, the property of the South Australian Company. The Jury, after hearing evidence, found the prisoner not guilty, and he was dis- charged. Saturday. HENRY VANSTEN was found guilty of stealing   a watch the property of Captain Walker, from his house in Hindley-street, and sentenced to twelve     months; imprisonment with hard labor. HAMILTON BAILEY was acquitted of a charge of burglary. John Powning was convicted of stealing two shillings and sixpence from the shop of Mr Lazarus, Hindley-street, and sentenced to seven years' transportation. Edward Myers was found guilty upon a charge of obtaining money upon false pretences from various persons,...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1840. THE LAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 March 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1840. THE LAST GAZETTE. Hon. Edward Frome, Surveyor-general; John Alexander Jackson, Esq., Colonial Treasurer; Thomas Williams, Esq., of the Hermitage; Matthew Smillie, Esq., Vallies; and Duncan M'Farlane, Esq., of Mount Barker, are appointed Justices of the Peace for the Province. SPECIAL SURVEYS.—The following Special Surveys were taken on the 10th instant, by J. Morphett, Esq., as agent to the proprietors:—   Four thousand acres in " The Valleys of the Wakefield and its tributaries," in virtue of Special Survey Land Order, No. 161. Pro- prietors:—Captain George R. Lambert, R.N., Edward Rice, Esq. M.P., and Robt. A. Slaney, Esq, M.P.     four thousand five hundred acres in " The Valley of the Light, comprising the stations of Messrs Eyre and Bonney," in virtue of a Special Land Order, dated 21st December,   1838, purchased by the Land and Secondary Town Association of w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

Seves LEAvirt: ]>?ots.—The following is an extract of a letter just received ff?<n? li"fr linil by a gcnlio.'iian in Adelaide. : —" My t>U friend* Bruincl i? toiiitraclir!,?, or lias cvii- KiiJiofeil by vlits Ji:ne. at Newcastle', a Wo« iiii,live engine iviiJi driver v.V.ceJ.*, with which, on the Great Western Uaii-roai), seven feet wi.l?^, Jic expects to tiavtJ at J>?c rale of sixty miles ju-r l:o«r, with easo anil safely.'*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

ADVEimSKMKNTS. H'S'AU .ulralifvnrnts amrf be paid for previous to i;/.«7/'■'•(, i:>.7iwi jUnCtirdci &•/ ?"•■'' ?f mT frlfinU i/.< .';<«•<• ojf>!'■•' iiiniib'tly account* «t '.•«.•■ "V'V'', «'■••' <•"•'• "•"'■''(M''y lire requrstud jmnii-J r•:/■';/ /c lo.ViVc •'/«!* mhyrtkcntcnts omx vmcilid will he. continued ami chaiflfd fur unless counhrmauded by ju t/V/utA fh If 7«« s f.'.p'crr'ir!'?. rp ;. i-; i.. : r.,ii- j; \rn;:nis:: ■■■ ••'■'■, I _sr;-, ic.-i'i-i* ionni-: s, -".::."S-i-'S l-ii.'ili'ii .'?.::; ?.?■«. .'.:rui:!i iiti.. • •'-. ...•4-';V,-7 4i' |w. C.Mill-::'! •'.•-.'< !?•« ail. I.OK-d (• i ••!■,■:•.'"?:••• -■:• -i". -I ;■ .n. «■'•" '.hm1 w....>1, iho wiij f..;i .<..-. ! ■ ; i.::- ; : i .••.W .if;t'.i.;!.:. 'i'•";.■..:>.•.•••.•.->;.•! iiss wry ! ijjciiur .vri-.i.-ittio da'i.-.i i.i.- r . - !. yr<. a.:.;«;iim,;.m 1.1 1^ ?•.::,> ?o Ci;i::!H Fi.! ?. t.;; l)T:r«j': at ?!n; Sou;I. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

Sale of Land and Houses. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY V HAULS, On Monday, March 30, 1840, at his Room, in   Hindley-street     LAND in various parts of Adelaide and its neighbourhood; also, several Freehold and LeascliolJ' Houses, Allotim-'Hf in l'ort Lincoln, Uiishton. &<:.. Shares in |U« Laltle Company, anil ntlici vain:: Me proo.rty. lull parti.-utaisviiH W giv«u in the papers or ?>•?! WfA. Time ?( >*ilc, noon to\v>Ta>.!> col.ntky land For Sale "r to in: Let. MF.SSKS LAMBENT & SON, Auctioneers and Litid Surveyors. Grcnfi'H-street, | invite flic attention ol tlic public, und jrciillei?en recently arrived to ili.-ir notices ot land i:iid houses lor sale us paitieulariM'd:— KJvuidry Laud to be Let, Six sections, 80 acres each, on die -Itli creek, with a cauitnl supply of wnti'v. Tiir.vn.-c'JoiK. !:U nrivs i'i«:li, nt RticoimtM Uiiv, v.itli \v;it<'r tVni'UiKl' Four scrtions, .SO a. r« k mcli. ul W...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED.   March 15. —The schooner Planter, 125 tons,   J. Morrison, commander, from Leith, Rio de Janiero, and Swan River, with a general cargo,     consisting principally of flour. Passenger and   owner—Mr James M. Baird.       16.—The barque Caledonia, 189 tons, Symer,   commander, from Canton, having left that port on     the 6th June, by way of Swan River and King   George's Sound, with 1000 chests of tea and     sundries. Passengers—Captain Gray, Messrs   Faunton, Gilbert, Chapman, Robertson, and     Pearson. Consigned to Capt Walker.   19.—The ship City of London, 395 tons, Joseph   Antram commander, from London, having left     the Downs on the 12th November,...

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ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION. DURING THE UNSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION. DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. BENTHAM & Co., at their rooms, Hindley st., at six in the evening.—merchandise.     MONDAY. BENTHAM & Co., on the premises, at eleven— the stork in trade of Mr C. S. Penny, Light- square, and the lease of the premises. N. HAILES, at his room, Hindley street—ale, rum and sundries. W. H. NEALE, on board the Mary Ridgway, at   twelve—the effects of Capt Chesser, and the     fittings of the John. WEDNESDAY. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms. King William-   street, at twelve—Furniture, crockeryware, and books.   THURSDAY N. HAILES, at his room, Hindley-street, at twelve   —Rice, tea, flour, porter, and timber.   FRIDAY. V. & F. Solomon, at their Auction Mart, Currie-   street—2500 ewes, 2560 wethers, horses and bullocks. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King Wil...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In answer to Enquirer we may state that under the Post Office Act lately passed by the legislative Council, it is not necessary to words "No courier only" on the cover of a paper and by post, the Act also allows the address of the party to     whom the paper is sent to be written in the paper itself, as well as on the envelope.    

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1840. The City of London, having left on the 12th November, brings nothing so late from England as we have already had by the Baboo.

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PROCEEDING OF THE COUNCIL. Friday, March 12, 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

PROCEEDING OF THE COUNCIL. Friday, March 12, 1840 The Council met at ten o'clock. The Governor stated that two of the gentlemen who had been appointed to act at Port Lincoln as a Board for deciding on applications for Public- ians' Licences were disqualified on account of             •■. !••- i. .' •'. ..:.. •: . :•..• > ~■ .. .■.. ..! '- :< •■• ' ... . •;■• . :. .•.•:■ • • '...it. . :,■ ! ..." • from his notes of the cases of six persons upon   whom sentence of death had been passed.     His Excellency stated that the position of a       new colony without any military force, on the             frontier of a penal settlement from which the     most depraved and hardened offenders were           likely to pour in upon it, rend...

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SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. YESTERDAY the Court sat at 10 o'clock. After the disposal of a case of no interest, the case of Allen v. Eyre and others, was called on. Mr. Mann appeared for the plaintiff; the Advocate- General, and Mr Nicholls for the defendants.   Mr MANN stated the case. The action was   brought against Mr Eyre and several other gen- tlemen who lately gave a hall and supper which was provided by the plaintiff, who claimed £180   for the expences incurred. The defendants had paid into Court £75, which was the alleged sum     for which Mr Allen had contracted to furnish   the entertainment. The question was—whether   the plaintiff was entitled to more than £75. Mr Mann spoke at considerable length, and regretted much that gentlemen of such undoubted   personal worth and respectability, should have   thought it worth their while to come into Court to disput...

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INDIAN OPINIONS ON SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

INDIAN OPINIONS ON SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE never entertained a doubt of the result which an honest statement of facts connected with South Australia would produce in Hin-   destan, and recent events have shown that we judged rightly in expressing our confidence in the discriminating sagacity of our Anglo-   Indian friends, whenever they should be called upon to judge between the impudent fabrications of such fellows as Davies and Chillcott, and the simple, straight-forward accounts which were disclosed in the letters republished in our last—hacked as these were on the spot by the authority of Mr CHARLES PLAXMAN, whose known truth and probity placed him far above the reach of suspicion. An attempt was made, however, to impugn Mr Flaxman's motives as well as to insinuate various [?]circumstances, tending to     the ruin fo the colony. "A Proprietor of 74 Port Phillip" was even found to indite and publish the following letter, which our r...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

NEW ZEALAND. RUMOURS have been lately afloat thru the French intended to colonize New Zealand, and that the Ministry had before the them a plan for that purpose. How far this is true, or whe- ther the French are likely to fix on New Zea-     land as a colony, seems yet doubtful, but we have just met with the following in Galignani's Messenger of an early date in November,   which we reprint in the meantime without remark:—     The steps recently taken by the British Govern-       ment towards the colonization of New Zealand           appears to awaken the attention of our Paris con-         temporaries to the importance of a settlement in that quarter. Several of them this morning con-   tain observations on the subject—"If we are   &am...

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IMPORTNAT DISCOVERIES IN THE INTERIOR OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES IN THE INTERIOR OF AUSTRALIA. SINCE the announcement, in our last, of the discovery on the north-west coast, of the   Victoria and two other large rivers, we have                     received, through the kindness of Captain Grey, the following deeply interesting account of the expedition, furnished to the Swan River   paper, we believe, by Lieutenant Stokes, of H. M. S. Beagle:— "The Beagle sailed from Sydney last June, ma- king the passage through Torres strait, by the   inner route—one that should always be chosen for a single ship, from its being safe: whereas the   outer never can be so, without greater precaution   than is generally taken by merchant ships. "On the passage up the north-east coast, many     pacts of it appeared a fine coun...

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OLD CONTEMPERARIES AND OUR COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

OLD CONTEMPORARIES AND OUR COLONY. We are glad to see that some of the journalists in the neighbouring colonies are now beginning to opern their eyes as tot the real position and prospects of this colony. The following, which we have just met with in the       Australian, is something more sensible than     the state shich most of our contemporaries are in the habit of writing about our colony:— "One of the Adelaide newspapers complains             of [?] of their colony on the part             ..;-!;.• ; '.:■■? .V ; ;i'..l Uy.lri .•..■•r::'?-t:-' ■' ■■< ;,■ >.'* '...'■ .1 :■ •■' ::..' '•' ■■>: ■ *?". r•■ i> •'..-.-. \m li.v-- ..i "... ...'.'... '•:■'.•:.,■, \\\.\ :-.- ■ ..n:;. • ,-.. ..' , v ; •■ ; . ■: i 1:.1!--? ;-i-.' tr-;- ?•;,.. :.. ■' ■• ;...

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RURAL POLICE. THE suggestion contained in the following communication appears to be well worthy the consideration of the Government:-To the Editors of the South Australian Register. Adelaide, March 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

RURAL POLICE. THE suggestion contained in the following communication appears to be well worthy the consideration of the Government:- To the Editors of the South Australian Register. Adelaide, March 14, 1840. GENTLEMEN— Whilst his Excellency the Go-   vernor providing for the well-being of the Colony by raising a militia force, would it not be well to embody the Government Surveyors in a corps, commanded by their own officers, sending competent persons to drill them, and giving the men arms and appointments as Light Infantry— thus keeping a body of men in the remote districts ready to act as militia when called upon, and in the meanwhile proceeding in their survey- ing duties? I think that in a colony like this every man and officer in the service of Government ought to be liable to be called on to act in any service, whether it be in his usual routine of duty or not. There is a distinction of departments kept up here which might well be done away with—   e...

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PRISON DISCIPLINE-CONVICT LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

PRISON DISCIPLINE - CONVICT LABOR. A NEW, and we trust improved, system of prison discipline, is on the eve of being adopted in South Australia. The sentence of hard           labor is about to be made not merely objective, but publicly useful. Hitherto     the hard labor of prisoners has been con-       fined to smoking, sleeping, and devouring       comfortable rations, occasionally varied by         the privilege of assisting to draw a barrel of     water from the river to the gaol. We attach no blame to Mr Ashton, the keeper of the place, for this. His time is fully occupied in     preventing escapades - by taking care that some refractory Van Diemen's Land ticket-of-leave-            ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 March 1840

SYDNEY. BUSHRANGERS.- The convict servants in the southern districts are leaving their servants in the ploy in hordes and, as they are but seldom cap-   ured, it is supposed that they get away to South Australia, where they are unknown, and where their labour, in consequence of the scarcity of   labour, is in great demand. The passport system   is only remedy for this evil, and the sooner it is adopted the better.—Sydney Herald.   EXTENSIVE SALE.—Mr S. Lyons effected, at   the Royal hotel, an Tuesday last, a most extensive sale of sheep and cattle, running principally on the Bogar and Macquarie rivers. There was also a large number of shares in the Sydney Banking Company, besides a variety of property belonging     to J. T. Wilson, which was sold on behalf of the creditors, by order of the Committee acting on   their behalf. Upwards of 11,000 sheep was sold at from 20s 6d to 22s 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

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