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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. : ÍVDNíV. - We regret rb s>atef that at present nearly very .imported article of consumption has adWuced upwards of 50 per cent. The mai kel price of Tea m^y he quoted at si» goi-iea* p^r che»t, wholesale.- J Vie Australian. March Stn. 1839. - The recent importations of Sugar, both from the I*le of France and Hala via, hachad the effect of keeping that very necessary commodity to its former pri.-e.-"íbid. FLOC'CIICO WniM«n Sr.AUrîi.-Pa pta rn Pole, of the British b arque dm». Mr Davis, first, vtr Carney. - second mate oft hat vessel, appeared befo ethe Bench, on Friday, to answer .a charge preferred against them by Joseph Tavlor, one of lite seamen. The com plainant's a trida vit stand that on the nih of May last, he was at the wheel, when Camey, the second ma 'e. accused him of Meal ip tr aa egg from the hen coup*, w hich he denied, and Carney called him a liar, which he retaliated, when the first mute < Davis), and Cap. tain Cole ran up to. struck ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

VAK OlEMSvVlANO. j - The Government parpóse, we oodersiand, to appoint to the biiuatiooi about to become vacant ot ihe Aborigines* &tablitd)mant io Fltewlere* Maod, a gent lena* capabkof uno^aktog tba office* of Storo keeper. Catechist «ad Doctor, and ralfilltog tb« saul íítamo» avocations of these ihre» deparnaeat». _ Wf certainlythink thé gcademàn tu b« appointed, if "he rightly falito lot duties of theta «tuaooof «rill bavé something else todo then to quarrel with Lit trotter officew.-^I-flunmton Journal, April 15. - A publie entertainment wa« given oaToesdaj* night last, to tb« officers ol Her Majesty** brig Pelona in the bouse lately occupied bj 51 r. Denham. The supper is said to have been very sumptuous, and nerved np io a manner highly creditable to Mr. Las setter, who was elected w make the arrangements on the ocitasmo.-ihnf. _ Recent communications from Port Phillip brjng the plea-.ing,tntelligence that a new Wesleyan Chapel wa-» opened.^* ^Melbourne oo Sunday, tti...

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THE [?] OF PROTREYANT MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

THE ORIGIN OF PROTESTANT MISSIONS   It has frequently been said, that the Society for   Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen, was our   earliest missionary institution. The following state ment, however, extracted from a charge of Dr.   Dealtry, Chancellor of Winchester, shews that the statement is not entirely correct : "At the period of the Reformation, the great men. who,by God'frblesMug, purified<heCharcti<ofCoe!? nd , I rom «bose errors and supetsitiions with which io the coarse of ages, Popery, bad but too effectually corrup ted it, had co leisure lo-tbtok; of fOrei|¡n minions, nor any meaos to Conduct "them The establishment of the truth, and the free use of the gospel m »his country were not accomplished without calling for all their energies, and, in m-iny cases, not without the sacri fice of their lives. *' Neither cou we be much surprised if we hear little, for a considerable time,of aoy general...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

To Dairymen and'others. " Mft. NEALE has me oonpur-to announce that he has received, instructions from the ad ninistrátoríof the Estate of the late Mr. 'Frank- Biddulph, to submit to public auction <hr whole of theTARM STOCK, cons'sting of j wv'l broken and quiet Cows in full milk, Hei fers a..d Cukes. The dead Stock comprises m/ri» useful requisite for a Dairy and Farm Mulloo, and are well worthy die attention of ] trijsc about io form establishments. Among t.Me articles will he found an excellent English c.irt, .wheat mill, harness, saddles, shears, and selbes; and harrows, wheel barrows, Carpen ter's tools, &c. j". ":.» rame time will be.Sold, V. .. :'. A..-: h of 67 aces of] . .\ ?:? -Mu- Company, and V -. ? . ",:.fr^ Y . I . as situate on '. : ." ; : . ... : ... . ? .... ;ie river Torrens. . - r-i.-j :<??..: í oí Mr. Biddulph, : "r u . -xceilent assortment O1 Linen, . . c-.it's, icc and >eve*al articles of Furniture. The Sale will ta«e place THI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

T"VT"1 *- .-t Southern &turtralúm tgfBct. npHK following are th« term« of thc SOUTHER] . AUSTRAiaAN^whichUfablith^dev^WcdneWji morning at cbc Office .cucnerof S lenaena-piace, Kundi sltreet t»AtCK or m Ptnt-(d. per number, or 4M pe .»BW». Subscribera hav«r-taeir pawer* seo*-to the« if they de«.re lu 4&V-KKTI»KKENT»-6 linea and under (each insertion t « Ja. 6d ; above 6 linea. Sd. per line' - Advertisement cannot be received tater than ft oYlock on Taeadav;au< orders to discontinue Advertiaeinentaalready insertei tnn.it be seat to the office before » o'clock on Monday or they cauuot be attended to. Advertisements «mat bi .Barked the ntuni>er©f time» they are to *e iuaerted or they will be continued «nul countermanded. AU «uliacripuona aadadvérasemeuta muât be paid fe ia advance. f Tr ?? *«B*T« ma nm aoorama* Afearmaxtaa. Laasan». Naasra, Tinkler * Hancock; S. A. Agett! Office,* AustJa Friera,aad IT8t.Oantan'«BUl Man cAcfltrr: " The Guardian *» Office- l*...

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The Southern Australian. Quidrerum atque decens caro, et rogo, et omnis in hoe sun--HOR EP., lib. I. ep I, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1839. THE PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

£$e Sotttijerit Eugtrauatt. Quidverum atque detens euro, et rogo, et omni*in hw ¡tum --HOB. KP., Iib. I. I, v ll. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MAV 22, 183ÍÍ. TH B PUBLIC MEKTING. ' J'HTC cóttiinitiée a|t|»oifite«i at tho late l»«ii><io meeting *'to con» ey to the Gm eminent the resolutions ot* that itieel IIIj:, and subsequently to Miauest such measures as in«;y he necessary for seen i in ir piotectiou to iioth ilse settler anil the natire - to watch over the interests of the ahoi tilines, and lo correspond with the committee of the society for their protec tion iii I£ii£lautl,*V were received by his Kx eel louey, at Government tl ou se, on Wednesday last. Before entering into conversation with the «entfernen of the co - mittee, ott the several topics-connected with. Ute meeting, his lixcellency inform ed them, that they should receive a written communication ; and they have accor dingly received the foi owiug letter :- , To tlie COMMITTEE appointed bv ibe Public Mating recent...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

THERE appears in the Hobart Town papers copies of a singular Proclomation to Foreigners by TANG, Governor of the two Kwang provinces     &c. Re Fonyuen of Quangtunz,&c.f conjoint! proclaimed to the foreigners of every countrj for their full information-tn which among othc diplomatic curiosities are a few singular state menu winch we select : *' Whereas it liss been grneions'y permitted b the heads of the Chinese Empire, ^to l*r<-ieners-« every nation who «ame hiller arntt coumercii purpose*, now nearly two hundred years, darin which ¡me %e have been steeped in the goodness an bounty of oar Emperors^ end have obtained proi and advantage beyond all measure ; moreover the fe and rhubarb of oorcen*ra1 land are ind«spen*àlde fe ye, foreigner* ! bow mach your very tires dep*>n upon them ye cannot Out Indeed know ! Oar £01 peror of China hue not the slimiest necessity to trad with yon; bot could ye exist a single day were y not lo tra...

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ALLEGED MISREPRESENTATION. &c. (From the South Australian Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

ALLEGED MISREPRESENTATION. &C _ J-> x o ( From the South Australian Gazette.) j va sataraaj last Mr. G. M. Stephen. Colonial Secretar*, entered the Gusti** piloting office sod com plained, in lei ms e&ceedinglj bitter,. bot. which we ref rai o from reporting, to otu* printer, Mr. Thomas, beeaose bis (Mr. S's) speech, delivered et the recent dael of Mr. Wvatt the Protector, bad been inserted io the Oaxttit after be bsd stated to the Editors that be had been " g****)j nisrepreMnted" in tiWpob IlsfM «Sfiirt,~lB^ èffered lo ïoroiah' a eprrect oopj of tho obMiraljfQS be bad faade isr Ibis jotxrnal. ! Tbs foots so tv ss tfcjcj store known to oft. Thomas, t .wer« .tated bj httn willi great distinctness ; but it appears they bate proved so linsatisfactory to Mr*' Stephen that be still persists io asserting that be baa been grossly end wilfully misrepresented bj na. Ia this position we are compelled-to state the actual circumstances. Oo perusing the report of Mr. Stephen's...

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HOREORS OF THE SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

HORRORS OF THE SLAVE TRADE. OUR readers will probably recollect, that some three or four months ago, a rumour appeared in the papers   of the killing of some negroes on board a captured slaver, as food for the rest. Accustomed as the public had become to the horrors of the slave trade, there were few who could give credence to this un- heard of enormity. It turns out however to be true, that an African was deliberately murdered. His   hands were first seized, and held behind him ; his feet were seized and bent backwards; and his head being thus thrown on a block, his throat was     immediately cut—the poor fellow having only time to call out to his sister who was within hearing. "Sydra, them da kill me." His body was "slit   open," like a bullock's, that night, and hang up till the morning, when part of it was boiled with rice for   the slave's dinner ; and some of them were beaten to death because they wo...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. MAY 17.—Barque Planter, Beazley, from Lon- don, 17th November, with passengers and emigrants. MAY 17.—Brig Charlotte, Brown, from Launces-     ton, with sheep. MAY 19.—Schooner Truelove, Colton, from Laun- ceston. DEPARTURE. MAV 18.—Barque D'Auvergne, Le Hoquet, for Calcutta. The Planter was detained on her passage by a mutiny among the sailors off Rio, and further, by a loss of spars and sails at the Cape, and she had to bear up for Algoa Bay for repairs.

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

PORT PHILLIP.   GEELONG.--The distressing drought which we have had for the last year still continues, and stock of all kinds have suffered much. As yet there is no appearance of building in the township, and most of the settlers seem determined to move to the west- ward of the Glenelg beyond the authority of the New South Wales Government. A party of gentlemen have lately been exploting   the country between the sound of the Barwan, the Lake, and Cape Ottway ; after much fatigue they   discovered that the whole of this part of the country, and from the Barebull Hill is utterly unavailable, being an entire scrub.   Of late the congregation of na'ives from all parts of the territory has been daily on the increase ; their vindicative and untutored passions have been the cause of several frays ; these have been generally stayed by the intermediations ot the protectors ; but we fear such may be the preliminary outbursts of a more deadl...

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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF TOBY TRUNDLE. THIS CHAPTER IS INTENEDED TO PRECEDE CHAPTER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1839

THE LIFE ANO ADVENTURES OF TOBY TRUNDLE. BY TIMOTHY SHORT. - CHAP. I. THIS CHAPTER IS IJNTENEDED TO PRECEDE CHAPTER 2, POPE has said, and all writers of bio graphy have, like parrots, «aid after bim :- ." ' " The proper ettidy of mankind, û man." Our old country, England, abounds in " litres," ** «embirs," .« biographical sketches," ** autorbiographies," and so forth ; and we know no reason why the approaching long evenings in South Aus tralia should not be enlivened by a few biographical sketches of home manufac ture. . We intend .that our work shall be j^i^ p? en^ffUwing, -.s^any-^f the kind from the English Press, and, of course vasily Oore authentic. f After all, ' what are the boasted biographies of Eugíalid.-^. that is, Compared with the yet unwritten! life of the immortal Toby Trundle ? ît is ti tie* an íiidívidual of the name of Johnson« did on Ont» occasion, lay aside his seven leagued boots, and foot it in the. slippers of biography. À person, naine»! Southey, also, produc...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. Aie-Dunbar's, per deten.. London, per bbd. . . 9 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 Colonial, hhd. .. 7 Beef, per tierce. 6 fresh, lb. .......... Batter, fresh, lb. salt, do. ........ Coffee, lb. Candles, moulds. lb. dipB, do. ...... wax, do. Casks, oil, per tun..» 4 Cedar, per foot,. Cheese, English, lb.. ».... Colonial, Deals, per foot, .......... Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 9 Hams, per lb-...... ...... Hops, do. Hay, per ton,....12 Iron, do. 18 Maize, per bushel. . » . Mutton, fresh, per lb. Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... black, do. .... Porter, per dozen,... , .. London, hhd. .... 9 colonial, do» .... 7 Pork, per barral. S Potatoes, per ton,.40 Rice, per lb............. Soap, English, per lb. ... . Spirits in bond-Brandy .. Rum -. Sugar, Mauritius, per lb. -. Tobacco io bd.-Negrcnead Brazii .. I T«a¿hysoatkta,parcbest ». rf. 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 £ to 1 .. 10 .. 10 .. 8 .. 8 ». rf. 0 0 i o 3 2 1 I 3 P 1 1 IS 1 3 2 0 O O 12 6 0 ll 3 0 6 0 6 4 1 9 0 0 0 0 10 14 0 t 1...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ! At álate hour last night tee received a communica tion from the Colonial Secretary, purporting to be explanatory statements with regard to the sale of the MILNER ESTATE. Coming at such an hour into our possession, the admission of these documents into the columns of this day's paper, wo ubi, under any circumstances, have been impossible ; but toe candidly confess that after the events of the week, and the information now in our possession, they are to us perfectly inexplicable. We do not pledge ourselves to the insertion of these statements at all, and it is more than probable that the ulterior measures we are about to adopt, will place both parties in a position la render it unnecessary * Ao Anti«Didier has been received.

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THE FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

THB FISHERIES. WE notice the arrival last week iii Pori Adelaide, ot* the Rapid, commande*! by Captain Hart, who has returned from his voyage to Launceston, with supplies for the whaling stations of this colony, and has completed the necessary arrange ments. The South Australian Company, and Messrs. Hack and Co., have this season their several whaling stations in partner ship under the superintendence of Cap tain Hart; aud we are informed that th^y have now seventeen hoats in active ope ration. It gives us pleasure to state that the prospects for the present season are considered to be very favorable; when the last accounts were received from the stations at Encounter Bay, two tish had been kilted. The importance to so young a colony of exports, is well understood, and we cannot but congratulate the colony on having as many boats now employed in their fisheries, as were sent altogether out of the port of Launceston two or thiee seasons ago. Th,ere is nothing which will more tend to ...

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The Southern Australian. Quid rerum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum —HOR Ep., lib. 1. ep 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

2rí)* Southern SUtôtraïtatt. , Quid rerutn atqiir decent euro, el rogo » et omni* in hoc mm -HOR Bp., lib. 1. ep ll. ADELAIDE : WED VES» AT, MAT 29, 1839. He who, »peculatingon the îîritish Constitution omits from his enumeration the mighty power of PUB LIC OPINION, embodied in a FREE PRESS. which pervades, and perhaps, in the last resort nearly governs the whale, would give but an im perfect view of the Government of England.-MB CANNING'S SPRFCH AT LIVERPOOL. - » -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

1®^ See Supplement. J. P. Litchfield, M. D. <&c. T ATE Physician to the Westminster General Di spensary, Lecturer on Forensic and State Medicine, and Physician to the London Infirmary for Diseases of the Skin, has the honor to inform the public that he has com menced the practice of his profession, as a CONSULTING PHYSICIAN in Adelaide. Dr. Litchfield takes this method of announcing his intention to practise, in consequence of the-enquiries that have been made upon the subject. South Villa, Gilbert Street, Adelaide, May 20th, 1339. YOUNG EWES. JfOR SALE a small flock of about 230 Young Ewes in Lamb, And now on one of the finest Sheep runs in the colony. They have been upwards of two months in thecolony, andaré quite heawy._ . For particulars apply s* <he Office qt nts For Fort Phillip 6c Launceston. nf^O sail to-morrow morning, from T Holdfast Ray, the fi e ft>t-saiiii!£ ship'» THOMAS HARRISON," Al, E. M Smith, Esq; commander. This ship has a large p...

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THE TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

THE TRIALS. THE Sessions which have just terminated» were the most important that have yet taken place in the colony. It will be seen by our report, that two of the blacks tried for murder, have been found guilty of that crime, and another, for the of fence of attempted murder The former two were sentenced to be executed last Saturday morning, but were afterwards respited until eight o'clock on Friday morning next. The case of libel tried on Monday last, was scarcely of inferior importance to the public, when all circumstances connected with it are taken into consideration. For the details of the trial, we refer our readers to the report, which we haré taken some pains to render correct. We cannot unfortunately, refer them to the speech of the defendant's counsel for our case ; for, trammelled as he was by the law of in dictment, he could only move on in the narrow path prescribed to him, while the important facts which lay on either side, were hidden from the sight of those who wer...

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MORE OVERLAND ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

HORB OVERLAND ARRIVALS. LIEUT. FIELD.-On Saturday last intelligence reached Adelaide of the arrival of Lieut. Field and party on the! .! -. . banks of the Murray, with from OOO tp 700 heat! of fine cattle. We have tuuV the pleasure of contradicting the rumour» that weja a short time ago afloat, and . which created doubts as to the safety of that gentleman ; and we are also glad to state that he has itot had auy peculiarly heavy loss of cattle during bis journey from Sydney. Messrs. Toole have also arrived ou the " banks'of the Murray with from 400 to 000 milch cows, from the head of the Mur- : rum bidgee. We understand Meesrs. I Toole drove their cattle nearly thc whole . way on foot, and had no molestation from the blacks. These gentlemen cora« j la;n very much of the want of feed and water for their cattle experienced oin the journey. The whole continent appears to be suffering greatly from drought. Messrs. Toole drove their cattle over ground which has been known to be i uif-ass ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1839

Southern Stafttraltan Office. rpHR following «re the terms of the SOUTHERN * AUSXKAM AN,which is published ever y Wednesday «orni Kg at the Office ,coruerof Stephens-place, Kundle eitwset PRICK or THE PAVEE-6d. peruumber, or 96s. per nniHHo. Subscribers have their vanen sent to them if they desire lu r ADVKRTISKMBMTS-6 linea and under [each insertion] Ss. 6d ; above 6 lines, 3d. per Hue -Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuesday; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on Monday, or they cannot b<- attended to. Advertisements must be markeri the uain'«er of times they are to *>e inserted, or tht-y v/ill be continued um i I countermanded. All lubBcripttons audadveriisemei ts must be paid for iuadvauce. AGENTS F»B THE SODTHKRH ACSTRAHAB. LONDON*. Messrs. Tinkler & Hancock. S. A. Agency Office, jf Austin Friars,and I? St. Dunstan's Hill Man chester: »'The Guardian " Office Leed»:...

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