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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1839

Saies bp ^ufclit Auction. - - Immense Variety of Goods. Tb Families and Storekeepers ! ! TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By N. Bentham, On Monday, June 24th and three following days, at 12 precisely, on the premises A LLTHE GENUIN E STOCK IN TRADE of Mr. James Arthur (who is returning to England), consisting of drapery, ironmongery, shoes, grocery, oils, sugars, teas, and all arti cles usually found at a well assorted store. On the 2nd day, al two o'clock precisely, will be offered the leaseand pood « iii of these valuable premises, now doing a business fr tn £ 130 to £140 a week, secor.d to none in tue province, and capable of still çieater returns, the ground rerct is but a few shillings The terms are most liberal. Also, one half-acre in Walkerville, and half acre next " The Colonist," ori the Port Road. For the goods, negociable bill* will be taken, above £12, one tr o nth ; £25, six weeks; £40 two months ; deposit 20 per cent. For the premises 25 per cent, deposit, and bills at 3,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1839

Soutient ^uötraltau <3fätc. rT,HE following are tbe terms of the SOUTHERN 1 AUSTRALIA N,wh ich is published every Wednesday morning at the Office ,coruerof Stephens-place, Ituudle ätreet PKICE OF TBE PIPER»-64. per number, or «BB. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it. ADVE&TISEKE *TS-6 lines and under [each insertion] s . 6d ; above 6 lines, 3d. per Hue --Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o Y lock on Tuesday; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on M.ottday. or they cannot bf Attended to. Advertisements mist be marked the number of times they are to *>e inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded. Allsuhscriptionsandadvertisements must be paid for ia advance. AGENTS rna THE SOUTHERN ADSTBALIAS. LONDON*. Messrs. Tinkler ft Hancock. S. A. Agency Office, S Austin Friars,and IT St. Dunstan's Hill« Man chester: "TheGuardian" Office. Tweeds: '-...

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THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1839

TH lî QC-EES'¿3 .SPEECH. THE second sessum ot Queen Victoria's! first Paruaim*nr commenced on Tuesday j j the 5ih Feh. The a^endance of Lords j and ot' l'être»«es both ii» the ho ly of the House and in the Stranger's Gallery, was uiMisually nuiueroiis. The Queen entered the ll (»use of L<>r«îs soon after two o'ciocXv;__'t'h« Lords received her Majesty all staiui*jta. She de>irëd liieürfo"'"^" seated;" and ordered the deputy tither ? ii tlve- Btsck *<» summou Un? (Vin* mons; a considerable .?number of whom speedd^a'p-jea^f d.at tr-e Bar;. h«ad»jd by the. S^eVitW. Th«ti tVej l^<fCUBtü'tifpor lia;i«ie:! t> ¿be Q«>*»ea thfr ltoy-**l Spef»«*h: wi s ich lier Majesty toitd tn a clear & ;d j distinct tone of voice. ! " My Lords and Ge»¡!eraen - I rejoice tn niée» yo<i agai'i itt Parliament. Ï »tu par.iculäiiy 'destroys o' rcurrsnfrto your adví-e a:id fes.si a: a j>c:;o<î whéa marv uj3î;ers of «reat »Mip&lt...

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JAMES'S NOODLETIES ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1839

JAMES'S KOODLETIES ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. IN our last we intimated to our readers that a person of the name of James, who was once in Adelaide, had undertaken to illuminate the English public with respect to tins colony. We have not yet received 'the book, but the leading at tide in the r South Australian Record of the 9th cf January, containing extracts therefrom« ?* now before us. . Mr. James s " fi ist and most palpable _'\*gj chargeV' it appears, is that hackneyed^ ;Ai » and often refuted one, thai the *ite o]f the . fartai w*s Ul chown. Poor Adelaidift ^ h*#. t&en bas/abe {*entold th at she ha» ^platïe^lierselï exactly where «be shovfdt not have placed he»self! Hoc roany Other spots have been pointed uut to ber, each beine the very one which she ^should have been locked. Yet has she obstinately peisistetl in icniaiuitig where she is, and tn remaining too the capital of South Australia. Port Littcol-.i, Pott Victoria, and Port St. Vincent, will» their noble hatbours, and...

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A[?] Shipping Report. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS . JUNE 16.—The barque Lady Emma, from Laun- ceston, with sheep, horses, &c. JUNE 16.—H.M.S. Herald, Captain Nias, from     India and King George's Sound. JUNE 18.—The ship Hooghly, 500 tons, from Lon-   don 19th February, with 3 cabin passengers, 299 emigrants, and cargo of supplies for the Company. JUNE 18.—The barque Katherine Stuart Forbes, Capt. Fell, from Launceston, with sheep. JUNE 18.—The ship Lady Bute, from Greenock, with 60 passengers, and cargo.   DEPARTURE.     : JV»E 16.-Thtf .chooner '3Vuel(w^' Coatipü, for ÎA«nôe«*Q. :-!" .'. .' R " ^K:T ' '

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" ADVANCE AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1839

" ADVANCE AUSTRALIA."   SOUTH Australia is advancing with the strides of a young giant. Not a day passes by without yielding some new discovery of her capabilities, or present ing some fresh indication of her future importance among the nations of the earth. Port is added to port-one dis trict of fertile soil after another is made known to us, and puts in its claim to   portion of the capital and labour of the colony, and, through the rapid increase of these, the claim does not go unsatisfied. Thus are new elements of general pros perity perpetually introduced among us, and new fields for industry attd sources of emolument opened to our augmenting population. We last week referred to Port Victoria and Port Saint Vincent we have to day the pleasure to present our readers with Mr. Cock's report as respects the former, and his narrative of the recent expedition to explore Spencer Gulf:- Report of Information obtained hy ROBERT Cock agreeably to Instructions de...

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The Southern Australian. Quidverum [?]que decens curo, et rogo, et omnisin hoc sum.---HOR. Ep., lib, [?]. ep. 1, v II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

mt Southern ftassttaltatt. Quill r*rufM aZqiir titrent euro, et roeo, et omni* in hoe tum.-HOB. KP., Ub.l, ep-1, v ll. ADELAIDE.:, WEDNESDAY:, JONE 26, 1839. Os Sunday last, arrived the Ganges, from London, haring on board among: other passengers. Mr. Gouger the Co* lon ¡al Secretary, and his lady. The Honorable Secretary arrived in town the following day. and bad an interview with his Excellency the 'Governor.

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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OE TOBY TRUNDLE. BY TIMOTHY SHORT.—CHAP. III. This Chapter is intended to connect Chapters 2 and 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

THE LIFE AMD ADVENTURES OE TOBY TRUNDLE. BT TIMOTHY SHOBT.-CHAP. III. This Chapter is intended to connect Chapters 2 and 4. AT ten years old Trundle thought it was reason able to expect that his son would exhibit some of the ordinary tastes of boys, and take a little in terest in cart horses, cattle, crops, and other things, which constituted the property to which he was sole heir. It was true Toby was very active in his mother's flowergarden, would even feed the turkeys and hens, and sometimes, after rain, collect from the fields a basket-full of mushrooms. He was always ready too, at the request of Mrs. Tart the housekeeper, to collect cowslips for wine, and blackberries to be con verted into jam against the season of colds and sore throats. But as these were accomplish ments not especially tending to make him a skilful and thrifty farmer, his father became alarmed at the direction the boy's mind took, and foreboded that he would be a " milksop;" he therefore made little Toby acco...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ s. d. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.« 18 O to 1 O O Loudon, per hhd... 9 O O .. IO O O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 O O.. IO O O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 O O .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce. 6 0 O 8 O O fresh, lb. IO .. 1 O Butter, fresh, lb. 3 6.« 4 O salt, do. 2 0.. 2 6 Coffee»lb..... ll .. 2 O Candles, moulds, lb. 16 2 0 dips, do. 10 16 wax, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun. 4 0 0.. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 2 0.. 2 6 Colonial, Deals, per foot,. 9.. 1 4 Flour,colonial,per 100 lbs. 3 0 0 .. 3 5 O Hams, per lb. Hops, do. 2 0.. 3 0 Hay, per ton. 12 0 0 .. 14 0 4 Iron, do.18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize,per bushel. 12 0 .. 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll.. lo Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... . . black, do. .... 2 6:. 3 0 Porter, per dozen,. 18 0 .. 1 0 0 London, hhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 9 9 Pork, per barrel. 5 15 0 .. 6 10 0 Potatoes, per ton,.. 40 0 0 .. 50 0 0 Rice, per lb. Soap, English, per lb. 6.. 7 Spiritsimbond-Brandy .. 7 0.. 9 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

&otttf) lustrarían <5*?tttc. COLONIAL SECBETAEY'S OFFICE, Jane 26,1839. UNTIL farther notice the South Australian Ga zette will be published weekly on Thursday, and will be unconnected with any other publication. IHE Council met this day at eleven o'clock. m His Excellency the Governor laid on (he table a Bill intituled "An Act for the regulation and protection of the Whale Fisheries," which was read a first time, ordered to be considered in committee by the Bon. the Colonial Secretary and by the Hon. the Advocate-Genera', and to be brought np for second reading on Monday next the 24th instant. HIS Excellency the GOVERNOR has been pleated to appoint H.S. Austin, Esq. Bonded Store keeper in the City of Adelaide, in the place of Henry Metcalf, Esq., who has resigned in consequence o Ul health. * . COUNCIL CHAMBER, Government House, Adelaide, June 20, 1839. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, Jone 20,1839. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OEFICE, lom 80.1819. Iii consequence of the red...

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THE COLONIAL GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

THE COLONIAL GAZETTE. BY the Ganges we have received the following cuuiraunicatiori from the secre-' tary of the Colonial Society,, which we publish for the information of our readers. 'The Colonial. Gazette is a most creditable publication, of the same size as the South Australian Record, and is not devoted to the interests of any particular colony. As it is a publication which .will contain valuable information from all the appen dages of the Bi ¿tish empire, we heartily recommend it to the support ot the South Australian comuiunity. Colonial Society, ll, Waterloo Place, London, Noiembei* 1-S33. Sia,-By desire of the committee of management of the Colonial Society, I bave tbe hauonr tn forward a PifS;'t-cius of thc Colonial Gazette, about ?o he published bj' Mr. Parker, in connexion whit the society : '¡nd to solicit your assistance and infl jencë towards carrying its ohjects ¡«to eflect The Colonial Society, which a'ready consists of upwards of five bundled members, and is'ra'tir...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

TO - CORR F.S PONDF.NTS. A Constant Reader ha- fern received, but ve should like to have his information authenticated before wee publish it. We heg to assure L that P's é¡ Q's ii net dead, he is only sleepy. Mildew is consigned ta the flames. We recommend S to the care of his friends. Ciwis in our nert. - We bes: to inform our sub«cri hors and th** public that i e are under the necessity* of increasinp; the price of the Southern Australian. We think they will admit that the present price I of the paper bear» no proportion to the cost nf other commodities, in cluding those necessary for the pro rluction of a newspaper. The num ber for next Wednesday, the 3rd of July, on which day the new quarter's subscription will commence, will be published at one shill in ti.

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PROTECTOR OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

PROTECTOR OF THE ABORIGINES. THE official Gazette of Thursday last announces the appointment of a Protec Itor of the Aborigines. We rejoice al this event, because we have reason tc j believe that the duties of the office will j now be efficiently performed, and that the great and just dissatisfaction which has existed, will cease. Let it not be supposed that we are anxious to cast reflections on the late ad interim Protector. Towards, that gentle man, individually, we have never enter tained a harsh or unkind feeling. That the aborigines should for so long a period have possessed the name of a Protector without Che reality, has been with us, as with the majority of our fellow-colonists, matter of deep iegret ; and our public duty forbade that we should be silent while an abuse which had existed nearly as long as the colony displayed no symp tom of termination. That termination, has, however, unexpectedly arrived-and to the past we will Lot again willingly ; refer. I We rejoice that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

àakft bv public Auction. - BY APPOINTMENT. BENTHAM, Government and Central . Auctioneer, and Land Agent, Ilindtey street, four doors west of Mr. Hack's, begs to announce to newly arrived Emigrants that he warehouses goods on "reasonable terms, and can always command extensive sales of Merchandise Evening sales of general Merchandize every Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday evening. A Land Register open to the public gratis. Money advanced on Goods intended for Sale. Every Man a Freeholder ! ! TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Bentham, In Saturday next, at seven o'clock in the even ing OA ALLOTMENT in the village of Isling ton, many of them near the public wells, and frontages in the best streets ; the plan can be seen at the Auction Mart at all hours. Newly arrived emigrants should not omit to avail themselves of this opportunity. Government Auction Mart. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By N. Bentham, At his Auction Mart, llindley Street, on Thurs day, 27th June, C%A ACRES in Special Survey...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS.           JUNE 23.—The barque Ganges, from London.   JUNE 24.---The brig Dawsons, from Launceston.   DEPARTURES. JUNE 19.---H.M.S. Herald Capt. Nias, for Sydney   JUNE 20.---The schooner Essington, Watson, for   Port Phillip and Sydney.   JUNE 20.---The barque Lady Emma, for Laun- ceston.   JUNE 20.---The brig William, Thom, for Laun- ceston.   The schooner Minerra, Tindale, left Launceston for South Australia, on the 20th ult. The Lord Hobart sails for Hobart Town to-morrow

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EMIGRATION SQUARE AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

EMIGRATION SQUARE AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD. WE are desirous of drawing attention to the condition of the sheds in which emi grants are lodged on their arrival in the colony, in the hope that a remedy will speedily be found for so great an evil, The structures in immigration Square. Coromandel Row, and Buffalo Row, although undoubtedly as good as the colony in its infancy could possibly pro   vide, should not remain in their present   state, now that our means are so vastly     augmented. They freely admit in dry weather the extreme heat of day and the   cold winds of night, and in rainy weather like the present, are just preferable to   the open air, and only just - shelter they do not afford at any season. On the voyage, the comfort of emi grants is thoroughly attended to, as far as the arrangements of the Commissioners are concerned ; and it must have been the intention of the Board that they should be rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

For Batavia, To Sail in a few days. THE fine fast - sailing barque " ALMA," A 1, P. Anderson,     Commander. This vessel has comfortable accommodation for freight or passage. Apply to Capt. Ander son on board, or to JOHN WALKER, Hindley Street: For Batavia, To sail about the 26th June, THE fine fast sailing ship ' PLAN-   TER," 350 tons, JAMES BEAZELEY       commander. She has good accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to the Captain onboard, or to JOHN WALKER, 75. Hindley-street. Royal Admiral Tavern and Club House. CHARLES CALTON, in presenting his best thanks to his old and long tried friends for the staunch support and patronage which they haye hitherto showed him, begs to inform them, and the colonists generally, that having completed the arrangements of his new house, it will be opened for business on Saturday the 17th inst. This house has been erected and fitted up regardless of...

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PORT ESSINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

PORT ESSINGTON. CAPTAIN WATSON of the schooner Essington, lately from the above Port, informs us that the young co- lony is progressing satisfactorily. Already have been erected a Government House, Church, Military Barracks, Gaol, and several houses for the marines. A good wharf has also been run out so far as to make it easy for ships to dicharge their cargoes. Other improvements are in progress, and we understand that it is the intention of Sir G. Bremmer shortly to visit Sydney, for the purpose of making arrangements for the introduction of settlers into Port Essington. Several large rivers have been discovered near Port Essington, one of which Captain Watson de- scribes as being sufficiently broad to allow a vessel to stand upon a tack for an hour. The country affords good pasture for cattle, and also produces several   descriptions of fruit ; its only drawback is the great beat of the sun, which the Captain describes as being too powerful for Europeans. The natives...

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PROSPECTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1839

PROSPECTUS. THE COLONIAL GAZETTE is intended io promote one of the primary objects of the society from which it emanates, namely, to collect and diffuse every description of information of use or interest to those resident in or connected with, the British colonies and   foreign possessions. The principles upon which it will be conducted are also the same as those of the society, namely, entire freedom from any political connex- ions, or party influences, and devotion to no other interest than that of the common welfare of the colo nies, and the mother country. Tbe Colonial Gazette will draw its intelligence, not only from the whole range of the colonial press, but from the commuunications of its own correspond- dents, and of the branch societies connected with the colonial society in London. The colonies will thus be bronght regularly under the notice of the British public, and of each other; whilst they will he made acquainted through the same channel, with the &a...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

flUelartr* blipping Iteport. ARRIVAIS. JUNK 26 -The schooner Minerva, Tisdale, fros* Launceston, with flour. Acc. Jv** 19.-The schooner Tamur, Boll, fro« Launceston, with sheep. JUKE 20.-The schoontr JohnDuweomb, M'Leaa, from LauDoesion, with Sheep. J uv* SO.-Tbs barque Seppinga, Capt. Rawlins, form London, 12th March, with general cargo- * passengers. Mr. and Mrs. Hanee and son ; Mr. and Mrs. Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Rowland; Mr. and; Mrs. Pauncett, 3 children, and 5 servants; Mr.; and Mrs. Tambert, 6 children, and 2 servants; Mr. and Mrs. Elliott; Mr. Tylor; Mr. Pratt, Miss C. Lester; Miss E. Lester; Mrs. Young, Mr. A. Young ; Mr. and Mrs. Mansf eld and child. JULT 4.-The brig FOM, from Launceston, with general cargo. J ULT 4.-The schooner Henry Fr-Ung, Morris with general cargo. DEPARTURES. JU-B 29.-The brig Lard Hobart, for Eneonater Bay and Hobart Town. JOLT 1.-The schooner Abtona, Hawson, for Hobart Town: JULT 2.-The batqne Lady Butt, for Laancestoa

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