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

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING - ARRIVED. March 21.—The brigantine Agenoria, 129 tons, John W. Hurst, commander, from Hobart Town, having left on the 5th instant, with a general cargo as per imports. Passengers, Revd. Mr East [?] and lady, Mrs Macdonald, Mrs Wish- hart, Mr Wm. Fisher, D. Clovedale, and Masters         Martin.                               23—The brig Forbes, [?] tons, W. Murray, commander, from Port Lincoln, in ballast. 23.—The cutter St vincent, from Port Lincoln, with passengers, after a long passage. 24.—The barque Hero, [?] tons, Smith, commander, from Lombock, with a cargo of rice, sugar and tobacco. SAILED. 24.—The schooner Truganini, 71 tons, Capt. Paterson, for Hobart Town, in ballast. Passenger—Mr ...

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ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. BENTHAM & Co., rooms, Hindley St., at     seven in the evening—bedsteads, beds, &c. BENTHAM & Co., at their rooms, Hindley-st., at   six in the evening—merchandise.   N. HAILES, at his room, Hindley-street—cattle,     horses, carts, &c. MONDAY.   BENTHAM & Co., at their rooms, King William   street, at twelve—provisions.     N. HAILES, at his room, Hindley-street, at twelve   —1 cases and land, 8ac. TUESDAY.   N. HAILES, at his room, Hindley-street, at twelve     —fire arms, amunition, &c.     SMITH & VALLANCE, at Mr Crispe's yard, at one— cattle and sheep.       WEDNESDAY.   SMITH & VALLANCE—at their ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We thought that it was so generally known that we never insert on [?] authority, statements of facts, that we might have been spared the long history of the [?] purchase and subsequent alleged evapora- tion of the [?], unauthorised by the signature of some responsbile individual. The letters on the Resi- dent Magistrate's Court, the Flour Association,   and the "Second year's Husbandry of South       Australia", in our next.

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OFFICIAL CHANGES AND APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

OFFICIAL CHANGES AND APPOINT- MENTS. His Honor the Judge being about to visit New South Wales, the Hon. the Advocate general, Robert Bernard Esq., has been [?] and a pro temnore. Robert Bernard, Esq., has resigned the office     of Advocate General, and on the return of   Judge Cooper is to fill the important office of   Registrar General.               William [?] Esq., Emigration Agent, is appointed to the office of Advocate General [?], in the rooms of the Hon. [?] resigned. that Wm. Wyatt, Esq., is         to [?] [?]. RESERVES FOR CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS. j t '-V.::.v\'!'.'"."-VV'..-I.' :.'....!v-';'.■*''''"*!...iiV '•■■•• :• ... -.-■•• :.: Ur :m :..!" !*.,; t., r J. • 1..;.:.; I'• ■•'."■■ '.; ■.; " #.;..."<'/•..'••••" •> «■•!%• «. :i -,.• .'■ . ..' ■" .. i,,.>♦•'•,* -Jr/j >"!•;/• •-...

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN THE GOVERNMENT. IT would save us some trouble and we think be a considerable advantage to the readers of the Southern Australian, were the editor of that paper to deal more in facts than he has been in the habit of doing for some time past. His attacks on the Government are generally,   from a total absence of anything like truth, ill-founded; and in the great majority of cases   unworthy of notice. As an instance, last week, in what, we daresay, he considers a very witty article, charging the Council with slug- gishness, he very gravely infoms his readers   that the post-office act, the whale fisheries act,   and everything else that is important remains       before the Council in stata qua. And this         week in a letter addressed to the editor, (but     from its style evidently written ...

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MARKETS. ADELAIDE, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

MARKETS. ADELAIDE, MARCH 27. Fine flour per ton  £70 Eggs per dozen 4s       Seconds per ton £50 Sugar per ton £35 to £45       Oats per bushel 12s Soap per lb 1s       Bran per ditto 5s Tea per chest £13       Rice per lb 3d Rum per gallon 102} in   •Potatoes per ton £35 Brandy per do 14s} bond     [?] per ton 6d Hollands per do 5s}         Hay compd per ton £13 Port per doz 35s to 48s   Beef per lb 8½d to 10d Sherry per doz 30s to 48s     Mutton per lb 8½d to 10d Sherry per doz 30s to 48s Veal and pork per lb 1s Colonial do. Fresh butter per lb ?s 6d Ale per cask £8 10s   Salt do 2s to 2s 6d Candles per lb 1s "Pork, per barrel £9 Ham per lb 1s 6d     &nb...

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THE POST OFFICER AT THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

THE POST OFFICER AT THE PORT. To the Editors of the South Australia Register. GENTLEMEN — Having this instant read in your paper of Saturday last, a charge of the mis management of the Post Office at Port Adelaide, and giving as an instance a letter ad   dressed to yourself not reaching you - I beg to state that I think it would be only fair that the writer of the letter should prove to whom he delivered it at this Post Office, and you perhaps will be good enough to give me the other     instances, that I may be enabled to refute the statements - feeling confident that no letters have been delivered at this office but what have   been duly delivered. I am, Sir, Your very obedient servant JOHN NEWMAN Postmaster, Port Adelaide.   At the request of Mr Newman we publish     the above, as we have no wish to impute blame   in the wrong quarter, and every wish to give due justice to every one. In the...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, March 20. THE Council met at ten o'clock. Present— His Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Secretary, the Advocate- general, the Surveyor-general, the Assistant Commissioner. A bill entituled "An Act declaring the ap-   pointment of Charles Burton Newenham to the office of Sheriff of this Province to have been duly made, and to indemnify him for all acts done in execution of the said office," was laid on the table and read. The bill provides that although Mr Newen- ham's appointment as Sheriff of the Proince, for the year 1840 had not been announced in the Gazette, the appointment having, however, re- ceived him Excellency's sanction, he is to be deemed and taken to be sheiff of this province for the present year, and all acts hitherto or which may be hereafter done by him in his official capacity shall be held to be legal, as though his appointment had been announced. A Bill entituled "An Act to make provision &...

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SPECIAL SURVEYS-PUBLIC MEETING. (From Tuesday's Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

SPECIAL SURVEYS—PUBLIC MEETING. ( From Tuesday's Chronicle.) On Monday, a meeting of those interested in Special Surveys was held at Bentham and Co's Sale rooms to take into consideration the expedi-   ency of memorializing his Excellency the Resident Commissioner on the present mode of surveying and selecting the land included in Special Surveys.   David McLaren, Esq. being unanimously called   to the chair, shortly stated the object of the meet- ing. Edward Rowlands, Esq., reading a memorial addressed to his Excellency the Resident Com- missioner, which he moved should be adopted by the meeting, and present to his Excellency. The memorial was read and discussed seriatim. Mr Rowland's motion was seconded by Osmond Gilles, Esq. and carried unanimously. We shall have an opportunity of placing the memorial before our readers when his Excellency's answer thereto shall be received. Messrs McLaren, Rowlands, Gilles, Morphett, Wright, and Dr Rankin w...

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MONUMENT TO COLONEL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

MONUMENT TO COLONEL LIGHT. THE following letter has been addressed by Mr Stephens, the Secretary to the Committee, to the Southern Australian : — To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR.—I observe in your last week's paper, that     an enquiry is made as to the progress of the sub- scription towards the erection of a monument to the late Colonel Light, and whether the same is likely to be shortly erected. In reply, I have the honor to inform you that   the subscription towards tso desirable a work is progressing as rapidly as possible, and I have now in hand the sum of 378l., independently of the sum of 100l. promised by his Excellency the Governor, which will be forthcoming the moment the Committee apply for it; and were it not that   several of those who professed great respect and attachment to Colonel Light during his life, have,   by their broken promises, deceived the Commit-   tee, a much larg...

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NEW ZEALAND [?] GOVERMENT[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

NEW ZEALAND. ARRIVAL OF GOVER- NOR HOBSON. H. M. S. Herald, having on board Captain       Hobson, Lieutenant-Governor of New Zealand, arrived at the Bay of Islands on the 20th of January. The proclamation was read at the Church on Cororarika Beach the following             day in presence of a large contingency of people. On the 5th Feb. the principal chief and tribes assembled abreast of Mr Rushy's (the British           Consul) house, when the proclamation was again                 read by the Rev. Mr Williams, head missionary         of New Zealand. A portion of the chiefs objected to the new government, at that time, but on the   foll...

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THE FRENCH DISCOVERY SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

THE FRENCH DISCOVERY SHIPS. Our readers will recollect hearing, some time ago, of the arrival of the French Discovery Ships. L'Astrolabe and La Zelec at Hobart Town, where a number of the men were left sick. The following account of their voyage after leaving Hobart Town in January till their return in the end of February, which we copy from the Hobart Town         Courier, will be read with interest:—       The vessels left Hobart Town on the 2nd Jan.,   being favored by constant winds from W.S. W. to W.N.W., they were able to direct their course N. W. W., for a distance of 1350 miles. On the 15th January, about 55° south latitude, they crossed the track of Cork in 1773, the only navigator on record who had advanced so far in this direction. The next day, about 60° south, they met with the first island of ice, from which time the number and dimensions of those islands increased g...

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METEOROLOGOCAL REGISTER FOR FEBRUARY 1938, 1939, and 1940. Knit at Adelaide by WILLIAM WYATT, Esg, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

METEOROLOGOCAL REGISTER FOR FEBRUARY 1838, 1839, and 1840. Kent 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 8 A.M. and 9 P.M. The middle figures denote the greatest heat observed during the day.]               Day | Thermometer. Wind. Weather.                 {70 92 80 S SE Light breezes; clear         1{60 78 67 ESE NW SW Ditto {70 72 63 W SW Fresh breezes; light clouds   {82 88 66 W S Srong winds and light fleecy clouds 2{58 84 70 WNW SW SE Light breezes; few fleecy clouds   {70 80 66 W Almost calm; ditto   &nb...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

INDIA. WE are in possession of intelligence from In- dia to the beginning of December. The news is not of a very pleasing description; the pros-   pect of more war, and of the British army being hemmed in on three sides by opposing troops, not being at all improbable according to the papers. The following from the Har-     karu of the 3d December, will best explain this:— The political horixon, to use the appropriate phrase, is darkening around us and assuming daily a more ominous appearance. We are actually en-   gaged in an expedition of unprecedented magnitude and expence, and the last intelligence from Burmah leaves scarcely a doubt that we shall soon be at war with that power. The statement of three     armies under the command of three of the Bur-     mese King's sons, having marched towards three     different points on our frontier, has been confi...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [From the latest Papers.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [From the latest Papers.] Sir Edward Codrington, having been [?] to the naval command at portsmouth, has announced his intended retirement from the representation of Devenport. A Court of Directors was held at the East India House on Oct 16th; when Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas M'Mahon, Bart., K.C.B. was appointed   Commander-in-Chief to the Company's forces on     the Bombay establishment. A celebrated leader in the world of fashion, the   Marchioness of Salisbury, expired on Oct 15th,     after a lingering illness of several months' du-   ration. Her husband and youthful family were   present at her death. The fatal disease was dropsy. Mr Torrens, son of Colonel Torrens, lately attended a meeting at Loughrea, for the purpose of promoting emigration to South Australia. Sir John Burke subscribed 200l., and the Dowager Marchioness of Clauricatde 100l. towards the ...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 March 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1840. His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Mrs Gawler and suite, proceeds to Port Lincoln durin [?] week, on a visit. Ha ? on Porter brig ; and the Waterwitch government cutter will go in company. His Honor Judge Cooper proceeds in the     Tomatin to-day, on a visit to Port Phillip and Sydney.

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

rORT LINCOLN SPECIAL SURVEY. FORTY-EIOHT Rural Sections of twenty acres each having been surveyed, the trustees have directed an immediate ballot lor them. The jiliin of these flections may be seen at the Ex change-hull, Gilleiarcade, every day from ten to three. Notice is riiEtrronr hereby given that a General Meeting of the Proprietors of the Port Lincoln Special Survey No. 1, will be held at. the Rxchange-uall, Gilles-arcade, on Monday, the 30th March instant, at sis o'clock precisely, for the purpose of balloting for and appropriating the above nections. By order, G. 11. Babnabd, Secretary. Dated this 25th March, 1840. JW. DeHORNE: an.l J. BUNCR beg to • inform their Friends that they have com. menccd business us Shipping Agents at Port Adelaide, m<d ar? ready to receive or warehouse goods at Messrs Beck mid Co.'s Iron Store, at moderate charge*. HOUSE AND LAND. TO he sold, two acres of good land, situated in Prospect Village, on which there ia a cottage •ad a well ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

FOR LONDON I>UtE«.T. wTSha^v 11 ■■ X •*•*••!•'' KATItEnTIsF. f-m%\ «- .S'i'/ia'w/..' FORIILS. l'M.-'.lion SUO ton*:, Ai.n<r? !'tix. '-^'^—P' E*'l-? Coiiim-iK."!', it* now auclioi-;J *,'~'_-%2«l«^iC"' i'ic I:L>it, i':\t\ .laving rng-i'.V'il tj r-'i vivc flic i_ii'rtlt=t part of I'cr \\m\, s!iR v.i.i tail '.or I.ondun in ti:r i;a.ly pair of i! ::t v.ock. T!.f .'iliivt' vtfSi*l li_s very sn;).iior arcoiiimr. datii'H <"or pas«i'iij.'crs. Aji_r.lti.-Jtion to Ji_ rn__- to Opt nil l?i:ti. on Vo:ir;.; tit tlie cnir.ii Aw=t!;.li.ti! Cuui]v:ny'b Com. l-.ii.Tcial Ofj-.'e; or to Ii.VCK, VAISOV, ANP CO. I'OU t'AU'VTTA. r.!R>:rT, Wil! k.v.7 <'a n/t.'f r.'i-?- f -J^iVV "'i« E linf-fast-S'ii!::!-. l?;.rr.fi« :>-??;•'J^X, llMKjtt, C:i;H::i!i 1..i.;u.vi!.... IV, l-roi.!.t ..r p.-.s :•••...• a:-...1y U iriC/v ' J'*'li N M OJtIM!. IT, ■?;"r'?^ '.•::* •._-.. -\_;i:.t in uic \'i-....-i. A-ii;::'' i<<so : rot jm?\:i;av J?i;:i.<;...

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