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

ASSTit.iCT <•/ ih-lLiiSlji AUCTION __i.i>.? iii:: _::•_.!„ vrmii. Tins Day. PesihaM f« Co., tt their r^otiw, Hiudley-tt-,tt _l.v n ;he«.ve'a!.-g—sitr.d'if-. iiStiN':<AY. M. !Lall.is. t-l his- roiin. (!in-!lry-.!Kct, t;t twelve — iiii-i.Fu.iili.-e t'liJ nii:ibit_. Ili.si.i.'.?: j. Co., iAtiheir rooms, Ivirg Vi!!?-tn s'.jet'.', M iwtlvc—tYi.r. ue\. *.c. fc.rtr.'ltiV.\i.i..\Ncr,i,t IVrt AY!-'.-;', itc?C— c-a's.! !...•■, utid flour. 'lul-IMV. IN. llAtLis. i?t A divide, it Iwclvc—«*lC l'ii'.ii>'*j of the CVfw *>f la.don. \V. 11. I'tc.'.t.v. or. the pictiiisi. ui_o';.ir.g the AY I. ':.!'• Ibae.c— timber. Fii.'il!a:i fc Co.. :l lb:ir ro::m«, at twt'.ce — _.;!l-t„.,_.i-ts, ■""• l.r:t'!s«. N. Tl.vit.Ex, at- ait- rmin, Hii-dlty *troct at twelve •—town and etuttitry '••.•al. Rr.Mit*u & Co., «t i? eir r.orrt*, King V'il'iam ••tfect, nt twelve—'>ceh 3. Tki'.iS!«.iy. RrNritAH fc: Cei., ?t ihcii rooms. Kins William. fiici-t—town .'ttl cimnOy land. SMt.il &...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. TO BB SI I.*! DV PIC: IC At CTIOX, ItY -V. ItAILES. On Monday «►•„♦, April Ctli, at 12 o'clock pre cisely, at his rooms, Hitidlcy-strcct— TWENTY FOUR bogheads aad twenty bar rel! of abi and porter 120 gross tobacco pipes, 2gras« tumblers A larjre quantitt ol ilour cud ri:c 2 tons £mI lud'ia soap 20 bag! Hinder. Siatn and Mauritius sufl-r After which, t variety of niiseelluucot.i> in tides, vis.—mahogany case ccctaii.inir 13 v.ls. .-kineri «au LucyclcpiCdia, a pedestal lamp, dr-vYiug glass., bandkome doiiMe barrelled gun in ci r-e, tea irn, table bells, milk sieves, butler prints. tooku._ utensils, a variety of brushes, hardware, frc. IO UK StiLD HY PbISLiC AUCIION, BY V. ?AHIiS, On Tuesday next, April 7, lt?-40, ou the •Vk.uf st Port Adelaide, or on Botrd— Tli E Fittings of the «..*_/ of i.ondvn, consisti: _; of Piauks il fe.'t long, forming the 'tweeu decks. Oiiie. fittings for iodo-ble aud siujrle berths Metliciue chest. Filter Pateut water elos it 2d water ca...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING ARRIVED. March 29.—The barque Harvest Home, 318   tons, Alexander Todd, commander, from Dundee,   having left on the 29th September, with a general cargo and passengers. Passengers—Mrs Warren,   Misses Warren, Ann and Mary Gray, Agnes Ducet, Amelia Stevenson, Messrs David Bell, Andrew Duff, William Ducet, senr, Wm. Ducet, junr, John Ducet, and James Ducet. CARGO— 320 casks herrings, 26 tons salt, 38 casks beef, 20 casks pork, 3 ploughs, 25 pkgs ploughs, 15 harrows   1 cart, 3 pkgs grapes, 270 pieces laths, 238 deals, 30 tons pig iron, 1040 metal pots, 150 bales 9 pkgs     11 cases 8 bags Dundee manufactured goods and   merchandise. Most of the cargo is for Sydney-   Consigned to Garratt & Fisher. 29.—The brig Brazil Packet, 172 tons, John   Johnson, commander, from Launceston, 11th ultimo. Passengers—Miss Furley, Captain &...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefully corrected up to the 3d April.) ALE, London, per hhd..£9 0 0 to £10 0 0 Ashby, per brl .. 8 10 0—9 0 0 Dunbar, per doz 0 16 0— 1 0 0 Colonial. per hhd 7 0 o—8 o o Arrowroot per lb. 0 2 0—0 2 6     Beef, fresh, per lb 0 0 8—0 0 10     Ditto by the carcase 0 0 0 —0 0 7     salt, per tierce 7 0 0—0 0 0 Brandy per gal, in bond 0 12 0—0 14 0   Bran per 100 lbs 0 0 0 — 0 16 0 Butter, fresh, per lb 0 3 6—0 0 0     salt, per do. 0 2 0—0 2 6   by the firkin. 0 1 6 — 0 0 0 Bread, per 4lb loaf 0 2 6—0 2 8     Candles, wax, per lb 0 3 6—0 0 0     English moulds 0 1 2 —0 1 4 spermaceti 0 4 0—0 0 0 Burford's dips 0 0 8—0 0 0 Cedar, per foot, in log 0 0 6—0 0 8         inch boards.. 0 0 6 — 0 0 7 Coffee per lb 0 1 0—0 2 0   Cheese, English, per l...

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REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

REMARKS. FLOUR—Seasonable arrivals during the week   from Launceston, and more looked for daily. Price slowly falling POTATOES — Scare still —a small quantity from Launceston, but not to such an extent as to   have any effect on the market. Prices fully as   high as quoted. SOAP.—Plentiful arrivals, which are bringing the price in something like the ordinary rate. SUGARS.—Holders are firm at the price quoted.   TEAS.—Prices keeping up—very little having been landed from the Caledonia. PORT LINCOLN MARCH 7. Fine flour 2s per lb, mutton 1s 6d per lb. Irish pork 1s 9d per lb; black sugar 9d per lb; rice 8d per lb; fresh butter 4s per lb; porter 2s per qrt; no ale nor Cork butter in the settlement.

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR MARCH 1838, and 1840. [?] at Adelaide by William WYATT, Esq, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR MARCH 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 8 a.m. and 9 P.M. The   middle figures denote the greatest heat observed during the day.] Day | Thermometer | Wind | Weather {60 69 62 SW SE Light breezes and clouds   1{66 81 73 NW SW SE Ditto ditto     {80 91 80 NW NE Ditto almost clear; distant lightning at night   {62 69 62 SE Light breezes; clear 2{66 76 65 SW SE Ditto light clouds; hazy night   {75 89 77 NW SW Ditto almost clear; clear night   {61 74 64 SE SW Light breezes; clear 3{66 82 80 W N E NW Ditto cloudy a.m.; clear p.m. {72 80 66 SW S Ditto ditto ditto   {62 79 70 SSW Light breezes; clear     4{72 83 69 SW Ditto almost cl...

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. Trivial fond Records.—SHAKESPERE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. Trivial fond Records.— SHAKESPERE. MARY HOWITT.—Mary Howitt has succeeded the late L. E. I. in the Editorship of Fisher's Drawin Room Scrap Book. The sober Quakeress whose genius in its lovely garb of sweet simplicity and staid benevolence has won our love as she commends our admiration, has dazzled our wondering eyes in the courtly garb of purple and gold—for some wise purpose doubtless, and if in this disguise to bring the showy literature that crowds our drawing room tables to a healthier tone, lasting to herself and to all will be the benefit. The style of pulling mawkishness, of high-sounding nothingness, or morbid spiteful satire, that characterizes the productions of our ephemeral pacts will [?] before the natural     effusions of the muse of Mary Howitt. Mrs Howitt is the [?], too, of domestic life, in   which it is generally suppposed that no poetry is to be found. Read the following lines, quotes &am...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE; SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1840. OVERLAND ROUTE TO SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE; SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1840. OVERLAND ROUTE TO SWAN RIVER. It is precisely two years yesterday, since the first overland herd of cattle from New South Wales reached the province of South Aus- tralia; and yesterday the definitive appoint- ment of a committee, comprising the principal colonists and stockholders, for opening the route to Western Australia, took place. In six months more we have no doubt that the " far west" will be reached, and then a line of overland communication extending from More- ton Bay on one side, to Swan River on the other, will be opened. We have neither time now space to comment on length on this important progress; but we   cannot withhold the expresssion of our warm thanks to Captain Grey, late Commandant at Swan River, to whom we are mainly indebted for the impulse which has been given to the subject, and for the numerous valuable sugges- tions with which he has furnished the commit-   &a...

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THE SECOND YEARS RUSBANDRY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

THE SECOND YEARS HUSBANDRY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FACTS—plain and indisputable Facts—are the   tools we mean to use in overturning the fictious of the many amiable persons who have pro- claimed the utter sterility of South Australia and who have argued with so much candour and honesty that, because the settlers had not, in the first year of their occupation of the soil been able to produce crops sufficient for the support of a population increasing at the rate of 10,000 per annum, that therefore they could   not; and all, consequently, was barren. We pity these gentry this day, precisely as we pity the mean liar at the moment of his expo-   sure and shame. The capabilities of South Australia as a grazing and sheep breeding country were first sneered at. Now, with 25,000 of the finest conditioned cattle in Aus- tralia, and 150,000 of sheep fattening on the plains and in the valleys, and with the known power of increasing these fifty fold, we appeal...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 4 April 1840

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. The Harvest—The annals of the Colony do not show in any past season a richer harvest than that of the present year. Generally speaking, the corn is heavy and clean, and the straw long. The proportion of smut is unusually small. A great portion is already housed, and the labors of the field are proceeding rapidly. The weather has been, and still remains most propitious, and there is little reason to believe that the greatest abund- ance will not prevail throughout the year.—True   Colonial. The Fever.—We are happy to be able to state   that the epidemic fever lately prevalent here, at       Hobart Town, and elsewhere, is rapidly disappear- ing, only three new cases having been brought to     the hospital during the past week, the total number       of cases have been 46. The disease has been of a typhoid character, and treated as such very successfully.—Cornwall Chronicle. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

fjvO BE SOLI.) ... private contract, for an JL unexpired t. T.i of five years, subject to ai grunrd tent cf .£0 |>- ' : n:iuin, all that substantial bticl:-built stoic and •■ivt'ilirK-huuse. with baker's oven, cY'., situ.!.- in Hindley-street. and now in ibc otetip iticti of Mr Simpson as weekly tenant tl'ficof. Also, aii ;.!ln*mei-'. of building laud, part of n £:::t'.'ii In Ki*ri.l-..s:rt.'i I, Adelaide,'.":(? leet by S7. I'.j'ir nll-tiincnrs. fori.in ;; ii bloc- of lil) t'eel .•'.<;:• ?e. in lite villi..- < f Yii.,'(.••::. ,*.'.-•. "i :-.h.irts ia the LY.-...U ssh.t.p and Ctittl. j Ci-.i,-..!-.'. A i-.i .'(' SY'.l'iO I iid.titedi brides. A:;;- pint i f ti:.' ..Y'Vc pt-t*|i..|ly inn, he bcudil 1 tin hieli.e i.iivii-ii.'i.'.'e-.'iis t"i'iis for .-I'.ti. Apply to Mi P.vr.-.'iilnt:-! , sfl'-'itoi-, «*r.',if. !i-slr..'e't. fOHN V. nIGHT is a purchaser, at a premium, ot low numbered Laud I 'nl.tis, at hi„ oihec. No. 13, Craigii'.piiire. Gouger-street. JAW.— Wan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

SALES BY AUCTION. The Entire Cargo of tha Brig " Dorset."' TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY V & E. SOLOMON. THIS DAY (Saturday), at the auction   mart, Currie-street, at 12 o'clock precisely, without reserve— THE entire cargo of the brig Dorset, con- sisting of:—   25 pipes of Port Wine 33 half pipes Ditto 88 quarter pipes Ditto 10 ditto superior Ditto 280 bags of fine Flour 130 boxes of Soap 2 hogsheads Lime Juice 20 casks Cabin Biscuit 17 boxes Prunes 3 sets Balance-handle Knives and Forks 20 gallons Turpentine 10 doz. Hunting and other Whips 6 doz. Thongs 49 pieces Silk Handkerchiefs 1 case Sugar Almonds 4 sets Gig Harness 8 Saddles 1 set Carriage Harness 4 dos. Brass Taps, 1 Chronometer 100 York Hams 500 bushels Bran Terms made known at the time of sale. COLONIAL SEEDS. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY V. & E. SOLOMON On Monday the 13th instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely, at the Auction Mart, Currie-street— A Quantity of COLONIAL SEEDS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

For King George's Sound, Swan River, and Batavia, THE fine fast-sailing barque CITY   OF LONDON, 305 tons register, JOSHUA ANTRAM, Esq. Commander;   she will be ready to proceed to sea next week. For freight or passage apply to the Commander on board, or to AUGUST & COOKE, Agents to the Vessel. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. THE barque HERO, Capt. SMITH,   will leave for the above port on or about Friday next. For freight or passage apply to   the Captain on board, or to   AUGUST & COOKE, Agents. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. THE well known fast-sailing brig   DORSET, J. Robertson, Com-   mander, will sail for Sydney direct on Sunday the 19th instant. She   has very superior accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage early application is necessary to V. & E. SOLOMON, Agents. FOR LAUNCESTON. THE fine brig BRAZIL PACKET,       &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

O V_tl_./lnN_? KOilK iv W_.al_.KN j AUSTRALIA. | AT a Meeting of the C.nimittce for making iiriaiigi-uieiits fur un expedition to evpl.ne an overland route to Western Australia, held the 7tb April, the ll.ni. the i-u.veyor-'.ei.eial iv the chair, the f_l!uwiu_ i (-solution- were agreed to : — Tti.it a communication be made to the* Govern. riieiit of West, ru Australia, detai'iug the obici t_ contemplated by this committee, aud Inula'. Stating that the n*>ista'ice of the Goii.Mllii.cilt o. this j.limine has been obtained, Tiiat v cu.iia iiui.-.itiuii lie Hide to Ion. th- Sui veyor-gt'iitTitl, the Hon. tbe Advoeutc-general, tbe lien. G. Leake, Esq. of Western Ausiial a. wills a request that they will faun a voii'.iiiiltee in ronjiiiii'tioii vvi li such settlers as nniy feel iv tere-led in the same tiniieitaking, for the piirpos-.* of ci'lli'.'tnigpii vale subscriptions, ami eo-ttpeiv.ting will- ibis committee KVsolVtd ih.it similar communications be mad.* to live G.iveimiKiit of Ne...

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ENGLISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH, AND RE[?] DISPENSARY. [?] ADELAIDE. [?] 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

ENGLISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH, AND HYGEIAN DISPENSARY. [?]-STREET, ADELAIDE. Established 1840. For the cure of Dysentory, Diarrhoea, constipa- 1;-..-.- ; ten", liie--, Sctti *'y. Dropsy, Insanity, • ••> ■'■■• Morbus. I'Vvii..., ilqai'.'i.iii: Eit-. A"-'*- I 1:'•..-'. r;::':vi. tin 101,111. ~ 'J-... , C'liic'l'S •'YrYt'. f.1:.--ey Ki>;f's l-Vll —in -h.iM. eicty I'ltr. • • :..- vi.icb tin: hiinian fi.nne is liaidi, Ly ::.: it*--.-* it! y-.Htti-jx's \toi.ra-i._ L'mi-,.i._.. .. • r Yill il ch.ra; *er of Mo-i* oil's I'mviiis al Vi cr .\ J.M...K *"._i.'!ci:.-i._ i.i ti" well known •• retd ■.-.iii" I.'it-:;'..—The ertr.-i'-".t: ia;y, uud alia.i.-t i.:c..-u..-l_ ear.;- they h.v t jTvc'.cd'iti It.it;.in,.- ">' si s' g.*;!i-,'..l t-•_>;_ of coin's-.nation from .lid?n O'Gtoai's to Land's End. l.Y".v.:iiis ol 4U0,1.,*I'J {.e.satts have been cured cf various diseases S_>y ihe sole use t,f ibis invuhul.le .'vl'-dicitte-, and in numerous instances when d-elared incurable by the faculty....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. April 4. —The schooner Industry, 96 tons, Alex. Sprout, commander, from Launcesion, having left on the 21st March, with the following cargo: —   497 bags oats, 141 bags flour, 37,000 shingles, 1000 paling, 234 boxes soap, 12 tierces 7 brls beef, 86 bags bran, 29 bags onions, 1 cask cider, 5 cases 1 box 1 cask apples, 53 cases oilman's stores, 1 cart, 2 cases hats, 1 box apparel, 3 casks 5 bags cur- rants, 14 bags potatoes, 1 case pears, 7 bullock yokes, 14 bows. Passengers—Messrs John and Phillip Lewis, Edward Plummer, and Thomas O'Donald. 4.—The schooner Elizabeth Lloyd, 30 tons, John P. Armstrong master, from Port Phillip. Passengers—Mr O. Gourlay, and Mr William   Woolmas. Cargo— 292 bags flour, 240 boxes   soap, 12 boxes candles, 33 bags rice, 10 casks biscuit, 20 bags potatoes, 15 bales hops. 5.—The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Thomas Robert- son, commander, from Sydney, having left on the ...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE; SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1840. OVERLAND ROUTE TO WESTERN. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE; SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1840. OVERLAND ROUTE TO WESTERN. AUSTRALIA. NOTHING is done in South Australia by halves There is a spirit in all our proceedings, public and private, which is as surprising as it is indomitable. A colony, three years old, with 12,000 inhabitants, who have already vested a million sterling in land and houses, and stock, can scarcely be regarded as a babe or suckling. If our province be not now in full-fledged manhood, it is at least a goodly stripling, able   to wrestle, throw a bar, aud occasionally, if need be, trip up the heels of a saucy neighbour. But the least unequivocal system of undue   precocity has just been brought under our notice, in the desire to import to our more   distant friends in Western Australia some of the advantages we enjoy. That settlement is pining—not from want of capa- bilities, but from want of the means of making these capabilities available. It is a lo...

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SUSPENSION OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

SUSPENSION OF THE SUPERINTEN   DENT OF POLICE. CHARGES of a serious nature, we regret to hear, have led to the suspension from office of Mr INMAN, Superintendent of Police. An official inquiry into the circumstances has been proceeding during the week, and, up to the period of our going to press, had not termi- nated. The Southern Australian published   on Thursday the following paragraph : — "Mr. Inman, Superintendent of Police:     —We understand that the Board of Inquiry appointed to sit in the case of Mr Inman, have come to a conclusion favorable to the character of that gentleman." Our contemporary has been imposed upon. No opinion has been given, or conclusion come   to on the subject. We state this on the best authority. THE MOORGATE STREET PUBLIC BANK AGAIN.—ln a late number we stated that the only chance this concern had of redeeming its credit here was the due honor of its drafts in Sydney. The bills drawn on...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In addition to numerous articles which have now been in type for some weeks, we are obliged again to exclude an article on Special Surveys, a letter on the Resident Magistrate's Court, and various other communications.

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THE SECOND YEAR'S HUSBANDRY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Second Notice.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 April 1840

THE SECOND YEAR'S HUSBANDRY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Second Notice.] We continue the publication of the interesting Agricultural Repots with which we have been favored; and we expect to conclude them in our next, as well as furnish some further valu- able information connected with the breeding   of stock, and the produce of dairy establish- ments :— To the Editors of the South Australian Register. Gentlemen —The results of my agricultural experiments at my property of the "Three Bro-   thers," in the Mount Barker district, are highly satisfactory. Indeed, so much have I been encouraged by my first attempt that I am now   engaged in doubling the quantity of land for cul- tivation in the coming season. I have 400 acres enclosed. I had last year 25 acres turned up and sown with wheat late in June. it was scarcely   above ground all winter, the ground being almost constantly flooded, and certainly under similar   circumstance...

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