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ABSTRACT of SALES by AUGTION. DURING THE ENSUING W[?]R. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION.   DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. Bentham & Co., at their rooms, King William-   street, at noon—miscellaneous goods. Bentham & Co., at the Government Auction   Mart, King William-street, at noon—Bulloks,   drays, &c. Bentham & Co., at their rooms, after the above,   horses and a piano-forte. Bentham & Co., at their rooms, Hindley-st., at six in the evening—sundries.     V. & E. Solomon, at the Port, at one—port     wine. N. Hailes, at his room, Hindley-street, at twelve —sundries. MONDAY. Bentham & Co., at their rooms, King William- street—merchandise.   Tuesday.   Smith & Vallance—at Mr Crispe's yard, Franklin     street—bullocks. N. Hailes, at his room, Hindley-street—preseved meats, fruits, &c W. ?. Neale, at ...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, MEY 2, 1843. FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1840. FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE COLONY. WE lose no time in presenting to our readers an official abstract of the Receipts and Expen-   diture of the Province for the last quarter of 1839, accompanied by a long, and, so far as a hasty perusal has enabled us to form an opinion, an able Minute of His Excellency the Governor, read to the Executive Council as- sembled on the 3rd ult., in reference to the financial position of the colony. The late hour at which the Gazette, countaining these im-     portant documents, was put into our hands,     altogether precludes that careful examination       of the contents which we should deem essential to such comments as the important subjects involved demand. In our next we shall review, at length, the whole matter. But we cannot   let slip the present opportunity of congrat...

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CONVEYANCE AND DELIVERY OF SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

CONVEYANCE AND DELIVERY OF SHIP MAILS. THE loss and annoyance to which the public has so long and so patiently submitted have at length reached their climax. It is quite im-   possible that the existing state of things can continue, or that the regulations for the proper delivery of the ship mails shall be eluded or set at nought. The Chamber of Commerce met yesterday and agreed to a representation to Government on the subject. We trust, on   his Excellency's return, the results will be, that efficient measures will be taken to ensure the   earliest possible delivery of all ship mails, and, as a consequence, fair play to all persons   connected with commerce. It has, besides,   always struck us as a most improper and un- usual thing to allow any individual to land       from a vessel entering, without, at least, bringing, in the same boat, the mail and all letters on board. As we ...

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THE HARBOUR AND GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

THE HARBOUR AND GLENELG. VERY great dissatisfaction we regret to hear, has been created during the last week in several mercantile quarters by the impediments thrown in the way of discharging cargoes of vessels at Glenelg. The Fumosa, for instance, we are            told, with about a couple of boat loads of goods   only, and which put in here on her voyage from Calcutta to Hobart Town, in the expectation of a day's detention merely, instead of being allowed to use the recognised landing place at   Glenelg, was forced to enter the harbour, and       not only subjected to the ridiculous extravagant pilot dues which are exacted at our port, but   actually detained eight or ten days in consequence. Cannected with the Warrior, recently arrived from England, there have also been all sorts of difficulties and unpleasantness. These things are deeply...

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IMPORT FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

IMPORT FROM CHINA. LAST night we received through the kindness of John Morphett Esq., Singapore papers to the 12th March from which we glean the fol-   lowing intelligence regarding Chinese affairs:— Capt. Smith, of the [?], the senior officer on the station, had published a notice intimating           that, on the 1?th January, he intended to   blockade the river and port of Canton, because a British subject had been seized by the   Chinese government, and kept in captivity though his freedom had been demanded in the     Queen's name. This blockade was, however, removed in a few days, the person being released         from confinement. His place was nearly being       suppled by Capt. Smith and the British super- intendent himself, who, while walking on shore &...

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METEROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR APRIL 1838, 1839, and 1840. Kept at Adelaide by HALIAM WYATT, Esq, I.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR APRIL 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.           59 71 60 SE Fresh breezes; light fleecy clouds 1}58 7062 E SE SSE Ditto clear 62 77 ?4 NW NE NW Light breezes; variable; almost clear 60 72 64 SE SSE Fresh breezes; almost clear 2}53 76 61 SW W Light breezes; clear; calm night 62 85 72 E NE W Ditto almost clear 58 74 65 SE Light breezes; clear 3}56 77 63 SSW Ditto almost clear 73 91 79 NE N E Ditto clear 64 80 72 SE Light Breezes; clear a.m.; cloudy; calm p.m. 4}55 83 63 WNW Ditto light fleecy clou...

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RAIN GRAGE FOR MARCH AND APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

RAIN GUAGE FOR MARCH AND APRIL. KEPT BY G. S. KINGSTON, ESQ. Inches Inches   March 9.... .195 April 12... .11 " 10... .09 " 13... .014 " 12 ... .014 "14... .04 " 13 ... .08 " 15 ... .31 " 17 ... .008 " 16 ... .03 "22... .009 " 17... .3   " 23 ... .019 " 18... .07 " 24... .03 " 24 ... .128 "29... .16 Total... .445 " 30 .. .14 Total 1 199

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

MAURITIUS. We have the Mauritius papers to the end of January. General Sir William Nicolai had taken his passage for England in the Malabar, to sail about the middle of February. The Govern- ment devolves upon Colonel Crawford of the Artillery. Sir Lionel Smith is not expected to sail until the latter end of March at the earliest Sugars are at a lower price than the ordinary We copy the following from the [?] of the 28th January:—   Syrups are less in demand, and holders have, in consequence, been induced to sell at a reduction of 25 cts. per 100 lbs. upon fine qualities, and a 30 to 40 cts. upon inferior descriptions. The   following quantities have been sold:—         Per 100 lbs. 576 bags 1st quality, at 5drs, 70cts. to 6drs.   270 " 2nd quality at 5 " 25 " " 5 " 30 cts. 611 " 3rd " at 4 " 25 " " 5 " 10 " 191 " 4th " at 3 " 25 " " 4 " 10 " 1446 bags AMERICA.   (From the Hobart ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Battle with the Natives at Portland Bay. — We have an account of a recent skirmish between some settlers at Portland Bay and a party of thirty-eight natives, headed by a white man sup- posed to be a runaway convict. The natives have   lately been very troublesome to the settlers, in driving away their stock ; and the occasion of the battle alluded to was the loss of 113 sheep from the flocks of several settlers at Portland Bay.   Accompanied by four servants, the Messrs. White,   four in number, forming a party of eight, armed themselves and proceeded in search of the missing     sheep, when falling in with the tribe, they found them holding a corroboree, having fourteen sheep roasting, and the remainder of those stolen se- curely yarded. The natives, instigated no doubt,   by their leader, showered a volley of spears as the party appeared, by which one of them was se- verely wounded. In self defence...

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PROCERDINGS OF THE COUNCIL, Friday, April 8, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. Friday, April 3, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock. Present—His Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Secretary, the Surveyor General, the Assistant Commissioner. The Governor laid on the table the Colonial Treasurer's Abstract of the Public Revenue and Expenditure of the province for the Quarter ended 31st December, 1839, and the Report of the Board of Audit, by whhom the accounts for the period to which this Abstract referred had been closely examined. His Excellency then read to the Council the following financial minute with reference to the public accounts of the province for the year 1839, and to the probable expenditure of the year 1840: — GENTLEMEN, It is with great satisfaction that I find myself able to lay before the Council the abstract of   accounts for the quarter ending the 31st De- cember, 1839, and at the same time to mention that the details upon which this document is founded have already passed the Board of Audit and ar...

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ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31ST DEC, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31ST DEC, 1839. RECEIPTS.   REVENUE— Customs 5194 12 5 Postage 107 2 11 Fines and Fees . . 290 6 0 Licenses 98 0 0 Permits 4 18 0 5694 19 4 Quarterly transfer from Land Fund 3000 0 0 Proceeds of bills drawn on Commissioners 17175 2 0 From J. B. Hack & Co. for brig Rapid .. 2128 15 4 From Colonial Store-keeper, proceeds of }         sale of stores } 72 5 6 Advance from Bank of South Australia 15000 0 0   Interest on daily balance in Bank 5 17 2 37382 0 O Total Receipts £43076 19 4   EXPENDITURE.   Governor's Establishment 370 0 0 Colonial Secretary's Department 137 10 0 Department of Colonial Treasurer,}       Accountant General, and Collector } 197 10 0 of Internal Revenue } Customs Department 1073 5 7 Auditor General 37 10 0   &amp...

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ADELAIDE PRICES URRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Adelaide :—Printed and Published by the Pro- prietors, Robebt Thomas and Co., at the Printing Office, Hindley-street, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price, per annum, £2 10s.—£2 2s. if paid in ad- vance. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s., and 3d. for every additional line. Advertisements must be marked the number of times they are to be insetted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. The South Australian Register is regularly for-   warded every Week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received: Port Adelaide—Mr Duncan. New Port—Messrs Mildred and Hare Port Phillip—Mr F. Nodin. Launceston-Mr George Fishes, Wharf. Sydney—Mr Tegg, George-street. London— Messrs. Black and Armstrong, Foreign Booksellers to Her Majesty, North Wel- lington-street, Strand. (Carefully corrected up to th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

BIRTHS. —At North Adelaide, on Thursday Morning, the Lady of John Baker, Esq., of a daughter. In Robert-street, on the 24th ult., the wife of     Mr. James Halliday, Printer, of a daughter. MARRIED. —This Morning, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. C. B. Howard, W. E. Bayldon,     Chemist, &c., Hindley-street, and youngest son of   the late John Bayldon, Esq., Yorkshire, to Eliza,       widow of the late J. B. Kelly, Esq., Surgeon. DIED. —On the 7th ult., much respected, Mr William Grey, Builder, of Richard-street, Hind-   marsh, aged 66 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. -*7?l The tine first class ship AtOULB V nfltlKfe^ 578 tons register, C\ Eva.ns, TOjHnSB-W H. C. S. Conuuunder, will sail for «_hS^_T the above port in three week?. "J3§i?Ks3? For freight or passage, npplv to *p**=Si*l"-?J^ 3. «. KABH, Grenfell-street, Adelaide; Or, to John Newman & Cc., Port Adelaide. Adelaide, April 31 st, 1840. FOR PORT PHILLIP & LAUNCESTON. ___ft?THK schooner PBUSEFKiIANCBvrM jag^jL sail fur the above ports in v few days. "ifotKeigUt or p:i«snge sipply to Mr W. Lock on linurtl, or to JOHN MOEFHETT, Agent to the Vessel. KOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. •d&§Lt'Ml*- ?h!p Moricy, Captain Erans, from jjjMj^i^ Loudon, having arrived at bur moorings U^Port Adelaide, commenced discharging cargo ?n Friday the Ist May. Consignees are therefore requested to make immediate arrangement* for receiving their goods. JAMES GEORGE NASH, Agent for the ship. FOR SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned, back of the Cornwall Hotel, Bundle street, the fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

THE MOUNT BARKER ESTATE. The Proprietors of the Mount Barker Estate,     (the first special survey taken in the Pro-   vince of South Australia), lose no time in announ- cint that they have WITHDRAWN from public sale and competition in the colony, the whole of the above property, with the exception of a certain number of allotments in the Township of Mount     Barker, which are still open to the colonists, and the particulars of which wiil be detailed in   future advertisements.     Captain Grey, of H. M. 83d Regiment, late   Resident at King George's Sound, has been en-   trusted with full powers to effect sales in England of the whole country sections comprised in the   survey, and first selected out of a block containing 15,000 acres of the richest land in the Province.   For the account of the capabilities of thee soil, the &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 May 1840

• [lithe <ui)?uial ll'/(«..«< «i Hvpilus, implviiis tliltt «l.'r KiMVtt'igll O\V('m'(«'l|i|;il l!(l!n:i(.'i' In* tiii> Gieiit liui|H<t<.r '!"!:<• t.-m: /.« iv, (~ i;!,..,,,; «<iu?!, i* liciv u.-«t). 'I ).jsDU'iiiist.? sty t:i st t!i«-'.-< -llii;h officers uddrcsv vui Vi-'m on v iootibir «>1 equality. f 'Hie first cxprc?sioii li.wj.u-i, &«;. JW-.. i«) |>hoB lLat tLc jiciijde «••' a l« t ci.w ..oui.iv'v ?<• addrccMii? nu !#/;,;«ur count:y. 'Jiic icviric •? Kitngtrii, Sec. f IVrhu|*?t'ic Kinc'n Ivitvt nut \kv Lo*-<i >T a . caiim-y oi lvor>s Ai:.:<. ?vm / § Ciiinose tn:ii^, tl«..11;.;".? t<j &j\iyt i;:ii;?1: etutut* tuiJ^s. || Tlie Coj2ini««<j-c>r La* v.c>- s.hi^'. A Ma"--. Sin it !i, stiJ Uc ou.iit if.t to ii.v; •vi .-.i liic tj;«?'« -ra-'eoof a Cuinesi- n;.'i:<lanti i;i tiui.fisoj ttsde. trbich tt> is ti«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 May 1840

FOR LAUNCESTON, "4"315^v THE fine Clyde-built barque ■JfJlUfii^ SOVEREIGN, Wm. Chaiid, TOSpXHIRaV commander, 240 tons |icr register. JBhISJBF" This vessel has excellent accom -I|(§s£g??inodutiou fur passengers, and will be despatched immediately after the present cargo is discharged. Apply to the Captain on board or to JOHN WALKKII, HinJlcy-strect. ~ FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. -^■jji Sfe.. The fine first class ship MORLE V mSMUkW^k. 5'S lolis ro tf'slcr? *•• £*'**■*« TOKjIJHJBrI^ H. C. S. Commander, will sail for fepffSGggr" j n( , aUOV e port ill throewcoks. •SsSyv^JStjg* lor freight or passage, npjily to J. ti. NASH, Groufoll-strcet, Adelaide; Or, to John Newman & Co., l'ort Adelaide. Adelaide, April 21st, 1840. NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. •J&SfTHE ship Morley, Captain Evans, from JSjSaL London, having arrived lit her moorings at F?rt Adelaide, commenced discharging cargo on Friday the Ist May. Consignees arc thercioie requested to make immediate- arrangements for receiving thei...

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EAST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 May 1840

EAST INDIES. ONE news from India extends to the end of Jan- <*> uary, but there is nothing of particular import— We find the following notice of the accession ol .^ir.l Gokdon (i:(i:;iKiiluthci-(i!iiinuii'i ni H<T .\J;iji's!y''s "aval loin- mi tin- lmli;i>i ff.iiion, in the- 1:., : ,.i-1,,:,:?i til" iiSlij .1,? :—"WV i!!.<Kl>!.iv! tli.it: Ci|>tMiii ti'ir S. (ioi:nos' !iiiimi:u, Knr. 0 !'.. K. 0. l!., nf Jl. M. si,i., /if/..,,,/,,,-, i-rriv..! ;:t M.iurus, IViim IVii.mvX. <:? ill" !?t!i insCiisl. :;n<l ii-.-iiimd tl:c i-unuiKiiul as (.Vimir.oriutv s;iul Coc.i in.:!ii!iT.i;i clii.'l ol' tin.- hast |ii«!i;i Stutii.'H " lie Citiva J\upr<IU«m Wo uiuVrstiitt'l t!i«t GovoriiKn-iil h::Vi' t..l;in n ( i two !;ii;:c vrs-fl*. i.nc ollJum l.oioii^iiii; to tli>! i'nin <!' l;ii.-t<>iuj«-<' (mi\v iivj^-e mill Co ;it l.'s per lon pt-r moiitii (• rtlinc nu?iit)u cplliiifi; also niKith...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 May 1840

FOR NEW ZEALAND, Will be despatched positively in fourteen days, THE fine ship MORLEY,     600 tons per register, CAMPBELL   EVANS, commander.   This ship offers a most desirable   opportunity for cabin, interme- diate, and steerage passengers, the accomo-   dations being very superior. Fcr freight or passage apply to GARRATT & FISHER,   Pirie-street ; or to CHAS. BECK & CO., Flinders-street. Adelaide, April 30. 1840. DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS IN SOUTH ADELAIDE. mO LET or Poll, in quarter or half acre allot _f_ incuts, those finely situated acres, with Purk Frontage, ii> Brougham-place, North Adelaide, immediately opposite the residence of John Baker, Esq., and adjjinint: that of Dr Knott. The acres are enclosed with a port and rail fence. Apply to N. Hailks, Hiudley-rtreet. Adelaide, Mny*B, 1840. ROBERT THOMAS & CO., WHOLESALE STATIONEnS, IUNDLEY STRP.ET, HAVK just la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 May 1840

JOINT STOCK CATTLE COMPANY. VTOTIf?; l>i !'i'.l!l?V 4.JVI-N tlui «l:.' v.^ <.i';irini Mt««.":tiK "''•'!«• ~''ari !■'>:•!!■•'•• fiM<: >. !,<Uf. |i|,Kv -v !i'<: i..iiiiiii ; '-i.-.iiist oi' .V^;.< j •■|;.c?-. Vmsim,, •r.i *'<>.'?> Monday iho -llh iiis; , j .v i>oMj?-ii«.-ii vi 'i'iiu«vu-:y tl.c 7tli iiisv ,&i '-I'-1 iUii;*: -'-illy li!iu |u..ei\ }>y orrii'i- «>t I:.i. riuiiui;. J. ii. >'hi.mi! :.<:.•■ -, •'••••■• ADELAIDE SURVEY ASSOCIATION       "};> ii >; M;areii:jiilcfs are ..it"vi:iu-.1. t: -: :'•■•' s.-ri;. j J?. io till.' re; ..n:l«- Ailotuit lit- ~; IV;: '. .;•'. ri.i, J nit' now rrafiy, siini will In- d:iiv.-ici' '.'i ;>•.'} i^ i-'it ..j i!:e liill of uu shiiliiigb on c-.i!. 'I'i'.: {tilit's SUisHl,' flDlll tl!IS i.l-t lilll 1..'.:;'. L'f-^CTV <o tin? ci.im;>!.Mwn oT tie !-:<um'v, tU-&lt...

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