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WHAT RIGHT HAVE ENGLISHMEN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

WHAT RIGHT HAVE ENGLISHMEN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA? AT a period when the public mind is agitated by the one engrossing subject, the foregoing question is frequently asked and answered in a variety of ways. ^ Soine reply,.None ! we are oppressors, usurpers of the rights of the black men." Among our correspondence will be found a communication siyjned *' W. B."" c | the subject generally of our relation to the aborigines. The writer has evidently : thought much, and is likely to set other» I thinking. Agreeing with him in the A main, we yet differ from him on one or two points. Among others, on tho answer which he gives to the question which stands at the head of our article»- _ * Neither can we admit that there w*as no injustice in withholding from the innocent blacks the rations to which they had been ^ accustomed. We should coincide with W. B's conclusion, if we could admit his 'premises. If indeed, the rations in ^ question were the charitable alms of the .-JL -government, Ttherev woul...

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To the Editor of the Southern [?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

Te the Kdit or of the Southern A it *i alian »IR - i lie mode in whic-h jour valuable prim i* conducted, ssa »rcs us, A: once, il: ai in its co! um ns the philanthropist wi!, find the rans! «unable median: for th.? rerominrn 'aiion of anv scheme which ha» Tor itu abject ide amelioration of lUe <-oi.di'ion of ou. Sont'» Ans ration c«>l«ni«'S, and tbnt one wlin «incite!IF wishes tu iieutfii his fellow men ne-d . íT-r n . apolog* for troubling irs editor writ |V.e results, honevet bumble,'of h s individual observation, experience, or retied ion. The dependen' s'a«e of this colony, as regards ihe supply to ii8 rapidly increasing popula1 ian of motif - 1 had aim <»t said of ad-the n-ress tries of life, rs calculated, you will allow, to alarm those who have alitlif foiethnught, and wonM wish to see the colong proceeding upon principles which nould give us the promise of ber independence and permanent pros perity. The hitherto otter neglect, moreover, on the part o...

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AFFAIRS IN CANADA AND IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

AFFAIRS IN CANADA AND IN THE EAST. THE fol low ino; anide, which we extract from the Colonial Times (Van Démens Land paper) of the Dth ultimo, is so full of information respecting Canada and the East, and besides forms such an excellent continuation of the Canadian intelligence contained in the despatches published in our journal of the 1st instant, that we copy it entire, believing that it «HI he highly interesting to our readeis: EVENTS are evidently thickening, and affairs in Canada have assumed a serious aspect. Even the Morning Chronicle, the avowed organ of the Whig Ministry, confesses that ** the rebel lion in Canada is not yet crushed : we have scotched the snake, not killed it ; and however extravagant (it continues.) at the tittie, tn ¡gin appear to many, the accounts fir>t communi cated by us several weeks ago, when the intel ligence of Lord Durham's resigfiutt"n »«acher! this country, of an extensive and formidable organization of Canadian refugees and American sympat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

Souffrent ñMtvaXian Gffae. fpHB following are the terras of the SOUTHERN *- A UST K. A Lt A N,which ii published every Wednesday moraiu» al tueOffice^eornerof Stephens-place, Kundle Street PRICK or ni PAPKR-6d. per naraber, or 96«. per Muara. Subscriben have their papers sent tothein if they desire it. ADVKRTiasxSMTü-6 lines and under [each insertion] Ss« 6d ; above 6 lines, Sd. per line -Advertisements «aunot be received later than * oVIocIt on Tuesday; and orders to discoatinue Advertisements already inserted ff mast be seat to the office before 3 o'clock on Monday, .r they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must be narked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued untilcountermanded¿ All subscriptions audadvertiseineii ts must be paid for in advance . AGENTS roa TUB SOUTHRHN ACSTBAM Aa. IJOVQOH*. Messrs. Tinkler ft Hancock. S. A. Agency Oxlee, S Austin Friar«,and 17 St. Dunstan's Hill. Man chester: ««TheGuardian" Office, ¿MOS: «'Tte Mer cury " Offic...

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The Southern Australian. Quidverum atque decent curo, et rogo, et ominis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1. ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1839. THE GOVERNOR'S ABSENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

O|>e Soutient ftimtraïtam Quidverum atque decent euro, et rogo, et omni* in hoc »um.-HOB.. KP., lib. l.en ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAV, MAT 8, 1839. THE GOVERNOR'S ABSENCE. Bis Excellency has not yet returned to Adelaide. A communication, we are informed, lias beeu received at Govern ment House, to the effect, that, Colouel Gawler does not intend to return until after the completion of the survey, in which he is at p.e»eut eu gaged. That is precisely the time when we should have expected his Excellency back, had matters proceeded during his absence in their ordinary course. We appreciated and acknowledged the anxiety which Iiis Excellency's journey'' evinced for the welfare of the colony ; but as that welfare now most urgently demands his presence in Adelaide, and has long done so, we-greatly regret that ' suspense which has already grown painful should be yet prolonged. It were better that a survey should be left incomplete for a time, or for ever, then that golden moments, (which if jud...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS.   April 5th.—Barque Lady Emma, Price, from Launceston, with sheep and horses. April 5.—Brig Black Joke, Harding, from Laun- ceston, with sheep and horses. April 5.—Schooner John Dunscombe, McLean, from Launceston, with sheep. The Lady Emma, for Launceston, sails this day, and the D'Auvergne, for Calcutta direct, on Sun- day next Reports are in town that the Planter, for this colony, has been wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope ; we trust they are without foundation. She is overdue ; also the Lady Bute from Greenock. The Ganges and City of Adelaide from London, may be expected this month.

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SPECIAL SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

SPECIAL SURVEYS.   THIS week again we resume this subject   Since our last, two more special surveys have been claimed-the one by Mr. M'Laren, Manager of the South Aus- tralian Company, and the other by Mr. Flaxman. The South Australian Company, in virtue of a special survey claimed in January last, became proprietors of 4000 acres to the northward of Mr. Dutton's survey ; and havng had one half of the   survey in that quarter claimed by Mr. Smillie, they had an opportunity of uniting the additional 2000 acres to their former property, of which they availed themselves. The country, both as respects soil and water frontage, being very suitable for this arrangement. Indeed, a richer tract of country, it is believed, by all who have seen it, has not been discovered in the colony. A great proportion of it is rich alluvial soil, fit for growing any kind of grain, and surround- ed and interspersed with valuable sheep runs, containing, we understand, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MELODIES. NO. I. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SHORT COTTAGE, May 6, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MELODIES. NO. I. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SHORT COTTAGE, May 6, 1839. ME. EDITOR,-Scotland hasher poetical me lodies, thanks to him who " Guided his plough along the mountain side;" Ireland has her melodies, thanks to one who has done more than sing for his bleeding country -who has argued, suffered, and would, had the necessity arisen, have fought for her liberties. The Japanese, for aught I know to the contrary, have their melodies. Cats we know have-that is English cats, who are used to society. I was myself concerned in presenting tie English public with a series of Esquimaux melodies, and pray, Mr. Editor, how is it that South Aus tralia has not yet melodies of her own ? " He who hath not sweet music in his 60ul" as Milton, or Shakspeare, or Peter Pindar, or Homer, or Virgil, or Tom Hood, or Dryden, or Pope, or Chaucer, or Spenser, or Burns, or Stephen Mildew, orTasso, or Ariosto, or Byron, or Camoens, or Wotdsworth, or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 May 1839

¿ales frg public Auction. BY APPOINTMENT. XBENTH AM, Government and General . Auctioneer, and Land Agent, I lindley .treet, four doors west of Mr. Hack's, bess 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. À Land Register open to the public gratis. Money advanced on Goods intended for Sate. ISLINGTON VILLAGE. ONE M IXE FROM TUE PARK LAND. N- BENTHAM begs to inform the public . that lh»s village is now completed, and the remaining shares Will be sold by auction, on Saturday the ll.h May, and Monday the 13th May, at six in the evening- PUns to be seen at theílooms, H i nd ley-street. Newly an i ved emi- j grants are requested to apply as early as possible to the Auctioneer, as this is an opportunit\ that by no chance can ever occur again, the highroad to Port Gawler coin» through, and the reserves for p...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR EP., lib. 1, ep. 1,v II. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1839. THE GOVERNOR'S ABSENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 May 1839

frijc £ottrt)cru australian Quid verum atque derens cwro, el rogo, et omni* in hoc furn -Hon Kp., lib.-i, eji. I,v II. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 10, IS39. TUE GOVERNORS ABSENCE. His Excellency has not yet relumed lo .Adelaide. A communication, we are in foi ni td, has been received at Govern ment House, lp the effect, that, Colonel Gawler does not intend to return until after the completion of the suivey, in which he is at pieseut engaged. That is precisely the time when we should have expected his Excellency hack, had mattere proceeded during his absence in their ordinary course. We appreciated and acknowledged the anxiety which his Excellency's journey eviuced for the welfare ol' the colony ; but as that welfare now most urgently demands his presence in Adelaide, aud h is long done so, we greatly regret that suspense which has already grown painful should be yet prolonged. It were better that a survey should be left incomplete for a time, or for ever, then that golden Moments, (which ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advocate Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 May 1839

Sfôclaftre Sapping deport. ARRIVALS'. -April 5th.-Barque Lady Emma, Price, from Launceston, with sheep and horses. -April 5.-Brig Black Joke, Harding, from Laun ceston, with sheep and horses. April Ô.-Schooner John Dunscómbe, McLean, from Launceston, with sheep. The Lady Emma, for Launceston, sails this day, and the D'Auvergne, for Calcutta direct, on Sun day next Reports are in town that the Planter, for this colony, has been wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope ; we trust they are without foundation. She is overdue ; also the Lady Bute from Greenock.

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 May 1839

Ali KL <ll)E PiiiCfc CUHKüM. s. rf. £ 17 0 to I U O .. IO » 0 0 0 O O IO Ale-Dunbar'?! per dozen.. London, pei iit»>t. .. 9 A-M>yV, per bant! 9 * Comma I, .. bini. ., 7 Beet, p-r tienre. ... 6 fa-sit. io . »utter, (re>(i, ib. 3 salt. «ID. ........ 2 CuflV-e. lb. Candle«, moulds, li».1 it i ps, do. I war, «lo. 3 Ca«k*. nil, per tun,. 4 C Cedar, per toot. Cbee«e, Knglt-u. lb. Coloni I, D-als, per f«o», -. *. Flour, colonial, per 109 tbs. 2 Ildtu«, per ib.... f tofts, «lo. ..-.».-.--.. ( tay, ppr ton. 9 Iron, do... 18 Mar/e. per bushel,. Viuttou, tie*4i. per lb .... Oil, sperm, per malina. b'ack, fl»». .... Porter, per dozen,........ London, bini. .... 9 colonial, do. .... 7 Porte, per barrel. 5 l'oiaioe». per ton.20 lt ic«, per lb. ............ Snap, Knsitish. per lb. .... Spit it« ia liood-Hr»otly .. Kum .... Sugar, Mauritius,.perth. .# Tobacco in bd.-Xegroiteatl li i azi I .... Tea, liyon-sktn.perchijsl.. bíack.. Wine« in tioud - I Nwt ( in ivoud ) per ¿-cask Do....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 May 1839

Sottííjem &ttstraíían <3f!ä£t* H"'. Mtnviufc are thé terms t>f tüe SüUT«t?RN AUvrn A ut A N.wuirb ¡sjiutiiishe d ever\ tVedae«day ruiug aiu»e Office.coruerof ¡jteuheua-eiace, «uydt eet .HICK oe THE PIP KR-6d. per number, or per luui >u scriber* lia Vcr their ;>Hj>eri» neut to tLejj. üev des rv iu ; iOyKUT.sEMK TI-6 Hues and under [eacb iósiprtjon á ; «IMVV 6 liue», i i oer Une -Advei tíséiuéiit mut he received (af er than fo'i lock ou r«eitdâvçaii?* lera to riiscraitmue \rfvertiseui« ui»alt eHd> iáaefVett ut be -eut tc the office bet'..re J o'dork, on Mourin » theycanuotb pUended to. Advertisements wtu*j ? urked the uasn'<ei ot" times the* »re. to e inserted Uley will he continued um il oouuteruHutded. . t|l sa >scriutious .ud adver. iseuie ts mu«l be paid foi fttfvauce. &CBKTS »OB TBE SOUTBFBK »U8TR4UA*. LONDON i Means 1 inkier & Hancock. S A. Ajpenr j ire, i Austin Fi ian.and 17 st. unntau's Hill Ji*f»f safer : "Tue G...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 May 1839

PUBLIC MEETING. A Meeting was held at the Court House on Tuesday, the 7th inst., convened by the Sheriff, in compliance with a re quisition of which the following is a copy : To C. B. Newenham, Esq., Sheriff. WE the undersigned request that you will imme- diately call a Public Mee» ¡nj of the Landholders, Merchants, and others, to take into consideration thc present relations of the Colonists with the Aborigines, with a view to adopt measures calculated to afford that protection to all classes of the community to which they are entitled, and to determine on such means as shall restore and perpetuate the friendly intercourse which has hitherto snbslsted between the settlers and the natives. - Adelaide. May 1, 1839. Ap H. Davis A. Macdougall Chas B- Howard Henry Giles W.F. Fleming J. H. Gleeson Edward Stephens E. B. Gleeson John Brown John Walker W. Longbottom J. M. Phillipson John Russell Wm. Light Wm. R. Cooke Isaac Nooma« John Barton Hack John Reynell Wm. Watson James George Nash H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 May 1839

Sales tti?flftctioiu BT 1A I*JP*»N TM«NT. >T BENTHAM,'G^ertiment and General - * . Auctioneer, and Land Agent, llindley-J street, four doors west of Ai r. Hack's, be«¿s to j announce to newly arrived Emigrants that be warehouses gou-ls on reasonable terms, and cati always command ¡extensive sales ot Merchandise for Cash, ?? "? ' Evening-sales of senora L Merchandize every Satu:d.»y, Monday, and Tuesday evening. A Land Register open to the. public gratis. M on ev advanced on (roods intended for Sale. ISLINGTON VILLAGE. ~ Ó\f. MILK l-l! O ll TUB l'A ft K LA Nf). T*WT BENTHAM begs to inform the public ^ . chat this viila*re"i< now completer!, and the remaining'shares \vilf be sold hy auction, on Saturday íhe'íiLh MayVéná Monday die 13th .May. »( ?ïix it. the evcuo*ä-. ÏM.n.s io be seen at t.V- ft o o ms,* H i tulley-st reel. : fv'ewly arrived e^i ;ra> ts lite requested to.ap;;l.yas park PS possible to the Anctioiieyr. .a*'this., ts;ean opportunity that hy chai ce can e...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. 13.. 10 2 0.. 3 4 0 O .. 12 0 0 £ *. d. £ ». di Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen.. 17 0 to 1 0 0 LondoD, per fahd... 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Ashby's, per barrel .. 9 0 0.. 10 0 0 Colonial, .. bhd. .. 7 0 0 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce. 6 0 0 8 O O fresh, lb. IO .. IO Butter, fresh, lb. 3 6 .. 4 0 salt, do. 2 0.. 2 6 Coffee, lb. ll .. 2 0 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 10 dips, do. IO 14 wax, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6.. 9 Cheese, English, lb.. 14.« 16 Colonial, 1 I .. 1 O Deals, per foot,. 9 .. 1 9 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 3 0 0 .. 3 10 o Hams, per lb. * 0 ? Ä Hops, do.. Hay, per too,. Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel,........ 80.. 12 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. 10 .. 10 Oil,sperm, per gallon. 14 0 .. 16 0 black, do. .... 26.. 36 Porter, per doten,. 17 0.. 1 0 O London, fahd. 9 0 0 .. 10 6 0 colonial; do. 7 0 0.. 8 0 0 Pork, per barrel. 5 15 0 .. 6 IO 0 , Potatoes, per too. 20 0 0 .. 30 0 0 ? Rice, per lb. ............ Soap, English...

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THE NATIVES. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1839

?- w THE NATIVES. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. -. SIE-As a good deal of misreprssentation appears to be entertained as to some of the views expressed in raj letter, wbicb you were kind enoogb to insert in your last paper, perhaps yon will allow me to add a few words in reply. You bave misapprehended my meaning io ßaymg that I give an answer in the negative to the question, as to the rigfet of Englishmen to be in Sooth Australia. On the contrary, I purposely avoided any discussion on this point, as it appeared to me that such a discussion could serve ne useful purpose. But I think that you might have easily inferred, that I held that we had the right in question ; because it is vpon such right ¡ being supposed, that any rational doubt could be entertained of the injustice of withholding the supplies a'luded to; and it humbly appears to me that your own' remarks lend strength to the view I tbeu ventured lo state. .? I fully agree with you tlfat 'we bad a right to come her...

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MORAL TREATMENT OF THE NATIVES To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1839

MORAL TREATMENT OF THE NATIVES To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR.-Tue benevolent interest which is continually shewn in your columns on behalf of that interesting race, the aboiijines of this country, induces me to offer you a few remarks which may tend to their good. They may lead our settlers lo adopt a line of conduct toward them, different from what is, I fear, in too ma ty instances, at present practised. These poor tia'ives cannot he expected to respect the rights of propet ty-ta *<hew a proper regard to the distinc tion hetwet-ti men m and tunta, while unthinking parsons shall encourage them in acts of dishonesty. Ai no very dista-it period it WOB remarkable that pro perty might be left outside of our biases here with - ' cut nar entertaining the (east fear that the natives would lay their bands upon anything thus exposed ; and such might be the cfse again, if these acute people shou'd discover that ther could Gnd no1 «Harket for wares which they offer ...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep I, v 14. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY", MAY 15, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1839

ëTije Soutïjerw australian. Quideerirm atqu-e riecens euro, et rogo, et omnisin hoc tum -Ho a. Kp., lib. 1, ep I, v 14. ADELAIDE: "WEDXESDAX", MAV 15. 1839. 013 R correspondent" XV. B."-has sent us a second letter, occasioned it appears, by ?the observations which we ulalie on one or two points contained in his first epistle. Although differing fro tn the wriver in certain opinions, v. « yet felt pleasure in j inserting his c >mniiinicutio», convinced that he had gi en much attention to a subject interesting to ail who haw he roine st-tilers itt »>outh Australia. Our j correspondent states that we misappre heudtíd h ui on ona point, tri lively, the »ighl to er ?.?ct cur hontes on the soil hitherto occupied owly by thc b!.ick ma II iii;; uassu£\"s vvliici! m »re pa ticul n ly ied ns in1 o this r.ú.sat)pri'iiC!i^io,i wire th> following: lu fehort, we must conform to tht'ir cu s S oms, or they mu t coliform to oursv 3titi theíe can be ito difficulty in seeing that it is them t...

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MEETING OF EIGHTY-ACRE SECTION LAND ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1839

MEETING OP EIGHTY-ACRE SECTION LAND ORBERS. THR contracts made in Eugland with the Colonization Commissioners for the pur chase of land in South Australia, prior to the date of the Letters Patent creating the Province, were termed Preliminary Contracts, and the Land Orders issued in consequence bore the name of Prelimi nary Land Orders. These Contracts and. Land Orders were governed by a specific set of Regulations applicable only to them, and conferring on the Pre liminary Purchaser peculiar privileges. lt was at first the intention of the Colo nization Commissioners that all subse quent sales should take place in the Co lony, and a series of rules regulating the puchare of land in the colony, accord ingly emanated from the board in 1836. This system is now carried out in the re gulations for the tender of land, which are almost weekly carried into effect. Sub sequent to the date of che regulations last referred to, the Colonization Commis sioners in order to avoid the loss of time...

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