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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

IMPORTS. February 14.—The ship PLATINA, 303 tons, with 99 passengers and emigrants, Well-   bank, master, from London:—8 pipes 4 casks butter, 3 cases paper and account books. 8 cases white wine, 3 butts and 4 hhds wine, 2 quarter casks Maderia, 20 cases cordials, 3 casks 2 cases British goods, 3 casks 473 kegs ironmongery, 58 hams, 1 hhd sugar, 9 cases specie, 68 deals, 2 barrels beer, 1 waggon, 4 casks stout, 4 casks     brandy, 4 sacks barley, 1 keg pease, 1 cart 3     wheels, 1 mill, 5 cases saddlery and paper, 1 box glass, 2 puncheons apothecaries goods, 5 kegs     colors, 1 hamper turpentine, 1 pair harrows, 1           pair shafts, 1 ladder, building materials &c., 1       trunk 3 crates 90 cases 55 casks 6 baskets 26 bundles 30 kegs 40 boxes 1 pipe sundries.   &a...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1839. MOST IMPORTANT TO LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1839. MOST IMPORTANT TO LANDHOLDERS. A MEETING was held in the Survey Office on Thursday last, for the purpose of making selections from the large portion of district B, which was, on that day, thrown open. His Excellency the Resident Commissioner took the chair at eleven o'clock, the Board acting as Assistant Commissioner, and a con- siderable number of the colonists were present.   The holders of the preliminary land orders re- served for district B first made their choices, after which the greater part of the 80-acre land orders held by those present were applied to the same district in the order of the dates on which they were purchased in England. His Excellency the Resident Commissioner then observed, that the plan which was lying before the meeting, and the proceedings of that day, must be sufficient evidence to the gentle- men present that the surveys were proceeding with activity. The plan exhibited upwards of 8500 ...

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THE " STAR CHAMBER " AND MR. MANN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

THE " STAR CHAMBER " AND MR. MANN. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, Mr. Macdougall, C. MANN. Southern Australian Office. The demonstration which we last week gave of the character of the small faction opposed to the Government, and of the unscrupulous means taken to bolster up a dishonest cause, seems not only to have satisfied the colonists generally with regard to its nature and objects, but to have fairly dumbfoundered the clique itself. All the notice of the subject since extracted from its leader and mouthpiece is the following:— " We have seen the threatened exposure of the Gazette, and find it so much below con- tempt that we think it unnecessary gravely to demolish such mere niaiseries!" This, our readers will admit, is sufficiently conclusive. It was, indeed, the only answer that could meet our charges; and to feign contempt on the occasion was the best sub- terfuge Mr. Mann could have resorted to. These charges, it is true, were somewhat grave. The u[?]ilful and unprincip...

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SUPPRESSION OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

SUPPRESSION OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. —Editors of Gazette.] [WE have long felt that we have had reason to complain of the unfair treatment which the South Australian Gazette has received from certain persons connected with the Colonization Commissioners in London. It is, however, scarcely worth further notice than to say that   until lately one hundred copies of every pub- lication have been forwarded to the Commis- sioners for distribution in England; and that they have been regularly received is proved by the partial and garbled extracts from our different numbers which have from time to time been published in the South Australian Record. Messrs. Armstrong and Black now receive the Gazette regularly, and will supply our friends with them on application. We request our English contemporaries to notice the facts we now state, and to add that the South Australian Record is not invariably to be trusted in its reports of our colonial affairs, and that many letters a...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. To the Editor of the Times. SIR—The subject of emigration to South Aus-   tralia at the present moment engrosses a large share of public attention, and as it is of the first importance that correct and complete information should be obtained previous to converting pro- perty into cash in the outset at all hazards, and leaving perhaps, in most instances, lucrative en-   gagements, and in most old friends, connexions, country, and every thing most dear from habit and association, for a country situate at the ex- treme opposite part of the globe, and in a climate totally different from that of England, you will, I hope, excuse the liberty I have taken of endea- vouring, through the means of your widely ex- tended paper, to acquire somewhat like correct information on a few points which may appear to others, as well as myself, most essential to be cleared up previous to taking any decisive steps towards making such a change. In the first place,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

B \NK OK AUSTit.IL.AjIA, inu)..:-imath) by hoyai. cuautku. WOTICK H "BKf?VCIIVKK £?on^a^ n.ft Tr • j ? U * .•?• Draft- will be WMieJonilie Courtof Directors iVsZ^ d^'^ d"?*be?7'?^ 9?ft^ PoH'^on "*'buSess theotbe r W_l Interest allowed On cu-rct accounts rit 4wr cent Oa deposit recw;nts navable a? ) three months'notire - Cat 7 Per CUlt# Inter ?fit ~A\ rceft OabillsnotexceedintrOOdavSrrennvfltfiDPrcen^ wn D Hisnotexceeaingouattjsturrency,atHpercent. above 90 ? l2_J_!!t On past due bills renewed bills and ) oSS m-count i 12 Per"nt. Discount days Mondays *nd Th.irsdav. LHscountrtajs, Mondays, ?.nd inursdays. OJBce hours, from Wto3, on Saturdays, from "itf'FNrwiANn U. F. NEW LAND, ~-fr as* "— __j'l ni ary.i1J.18J9: A MEMBKIt OF THE UNIVERSITY OF JrL CAMBKIDIiE. rerident in one of the pieasantest parts in Adelaide, purposes instructing ?ix. young gentlemen in the claries, ui:itliematic B . audintheu.ua branches of a polite education. ArraiiKcuients are iv. progress for recciveing two pupi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN   GAZETTE.             ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this Gazette, signed by the proper authorities, are to be con- tidered official and obeyed as such. By command, GEO. M. STEPHEN,     Colonial Secretary COUNCIL CHAMBER, GOVERNMENT HOUSE   AH tlf/Februaru |J 184 HIS EXCKI LKNCY Tll'k GOVKRNOH this day' laid before the LepUl .livcCoufUM: a Dill enlitiiled "An Act to regulate the retail of Liquors, and to preserve goodlonle. in Liceiuc lVu.ic-houses.' which was read tor the lint turn. considored and amende 1 is -cond re-idin^ or.iere'd to !ip on TiiPsdtv nevf HirExceiSeiicv aso laM u.un tl^ CoS tri !e a Bill "n Uih-d? ti,Act? facilitate ih' sp?S?i^?f? otnders Ving torn £• isiaihi of Van Diem mi's I and or this t'olonvr ot AiLtraha," which was also read tho first time, a.,?l orden-d to he considered in .wmmittee by tin- Hon. the Colonial...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 February 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. Our Advertising Friends are requested particularly   to notice that advertisements once inserted will be continued and charged for unless counter- manded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. ROYAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK FOR 1839. NOW PUBLISHING, price 2s. 6d., by Robert Thomas and Co., Gazette Office, Hindley- street—" The Royal South Australian Almanack   for 1839, containing a Daily Calendar, a Gardener and Farmers' Directory, a List of Government   Officers, the Addresses of the Principal Merchants and Inhabitants, and all useful information re- garding the Province of South Australia." BRIG NEREUS. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT, THE fine fast-sailing brig           NEREUS, Captain T.R.       LEES, commander, will sail from     here about the middle of this month. For freight or passage apply to V. &...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The crowded state of our columns must plead our apology to our numerous corres-   pondents for the postponement of their   communications till our next. Various articles in type must stand over.

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THIS COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1839 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

THIS COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1839 ERRATUM.-In some of the earlier copies of the last Gazette, the letter of Mr. Hall to Mr. Mann, of November 29, was by mistake reprinted, and twice inserted in the leading article headed " The Star Chamber and Mr. Mann," in place of Mr. Hall's letter to Mr. Fisher, of the 14th January. The error was   rectified in the subsequent copies.

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MORE SPECIAL SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

MORE SPECIAL SURVEYS. WE are glad to learn that another Special Survey has just been taken by the Hon. George Milner Stephen, Colonial Secretary. The spot selected for this survey is the mouth of the beautiful river recently discovered by Messrs. Strangways and Blunden, and named by them the Gawler. The Gawler, we understand, joins a fine creek, navigable for vessels drawing ten or twelve feet, a few miles to the northward of the outer passage into Port Adelaide. The soil is said to be luxuriant in the extreme, and the supply of fresh water abundant. We have been favored by Mr. Stephen with his notes of the discovery of this tract, and we regret exceedingly that we are obliged to delay ths insertion of his interesting narrative till our next. We hear that Mr. McLaren, the manager of the South Australian Company, has proceeded to Port Lincoln in the Victoria schooner ; and that Mr. Flaxman has also sailed for the same place in the Nereus freighted expressly to examine that fine local...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

every other Postmaster shall take and subscribe ah ouih ior the due discharge of the duties of bis office. It is proposed that letters shall be daily de livered uiul received within such reasonable :.ours us shall be for that purpose app-jiuted. It is prop:>?c.l th.it *t list of n\l unclaimed and Uiiiie.ivifcrf letters *hal! •:? iiocu as possible alter ?he expiration of twciity-fuur huuvs utter tho receipt of any uiu'il bo ti.ade out in writing and athvcil iv or on some conspicuous part ot all post offices so that rt:eh list tU:M h letf.ule from ti<c tuiside, mid .ihd.j tie kl'jit ho uili.voi for die Sjiui v ot not less than thirty ?i<iy? iieAt ioiiun?tu£, then to be dealt with as the Governor or I'ostinuaiei geuefet shall direct iv that behalf. . It is proposed th'it psovUion l>e made to insure the prompt delivery ot the mails by ship* arriving in tne ports of this province, uiid to punish tho neglect or delay thereof. It is proposed that tin; masters of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

LIV. And also that no conviction shall be had titider this Act in any case happening mere thau tiiiee months from tbe lime of tiling the infor mation or complaint. LV. An! alsj that it hball be lawful for any Court of Quarter Session to adjuiirn at discretion tbe hearing of any appeal or Ctiinpl unt or infjnna- Hon, or the adjudicati v jj or giving j ud^inent therein to any other day of su.:b session, <?r to the thru next quarter for holding the said Session : And it is hdeliy tlecluied that the entering into a bund CO pros cute and appeal shall nut deprive the res ponaent of his right fo b.ive the conviction affirm ed in case the appellant shall have omitted to enter his appeal, and that no appeal shall he heard if the appellant shall have omitted to enter the same with the Clerk to the Magistrates bet ore the first day of the Session, or nt least be;or^ the opening ot the Court on that day, except the re ?pi>iiilent and iippe.lunt consent thereto in open Court, iv wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

UvSK tiF AUSTRALASIA, iNvj jW ?iT*o ay mval chmtkb. :\?J iu'rt Ip 1 5' lii <: B Y -it i ___ * i-i.it a rsi-ii-h ?t this Bank will be opened uc.i ~i .-.i^iajy next the 14th nistant. -*i-uits wi:l tic issued on the* Court ot Directors in Ujudou aim oil the branches ol the Corporation in ;\_.v touittU Wa.esand Van Uiemeu s Land, and Jocji. uuai.iess transacted on the eaine terms us at tut y£i-er braiicncs. Interest allowed On current aaou.us - . at 4 per cent. ii-, m?,. lay at[ at 7pi ret tit. totere?tchanrrf ' above S ? lucent! On past due bill*, renewed bills, and > ~„ t ov_idiuw;i at counts - - }?- Percent. Diwou.it days, Mondays, and Thursdays. Oiflce iiuius, sroai 10 to a. on Saturdays, from 10 to 1 U. F. NEWLAND, Manner North Terrace Adelaide January 11* *Jt&9 * J .._____! AMBMBKU OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMUIiIDIiE, resident in one of the p.canant^c |)iit? in Adelaide, purposes iiistriicting ux young sc.tk.nen in the duties, inatheiiiatics, •ud in tlio usuU br...

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POLITICAL STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

POLITICAL STATE OF THE COLONY. IN a recent number we exhibited to our readers the nature, character, and objects of the small clique which has infested the colony from its commencement—which belied Captain Hind- marsh out of his government, and which has attempted to do as much by our present ruler Colonel Gawler. That exhibition, we are glad to know, has been sufficiently effective, and there are now but few persons who cannot readily separate the great mass of the loyal   and respectable colonists from the few turbulent and ill-conditioned demagogues who, under the thinly-cloaked pretence of caring for the general good, seek to advance none but their selfish interests and to oppose all government but their own. It is true that the contempt with which the faction is universally regarded renders their position more laughable than dangerous; and now that its attempts to throw our fair province into a state of political anarchy have been so signally defeated, we might wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

the top, fixed in front of such house, and either opposite to or over the principal or entrance door thereof, and at a distance of not less than seven nor more than ten feet from the ground, and keep the same well cleaned and trimmed and lighted, and a light from sunset to sunrise throughout the year, under a penalty of not less than ten shil- lings nor more than ten pounds for every offence, unless such licensed person shall prove such failure to have been involuntary on his part. XXII. And be it further enacted, that when- ever the Justices shall approve of a tap or tap- room, or tap and tap room being kept as specified in any notice as aforesaid, and of the person proposed as the manager or super- intendent thereof, a memorandum in writing of such approval shall be made at the foot of the certificate which may be granted the applicant for a licence, in which case only it shall be lawful for the licensed person to keep the same and sell therein : Provided always that every such ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

THE SOU'J f? AUSTRALIAN GA VKT'TIJ' AAI.I Hi. -_ v jJWtk. Css4 .*sSHx_ jE3P?j4S^lfe"M?l JyKH^pp.^lffig wS^C^ftrM^' Jw^isSn^SwfiW^ ?3ErSs^ljieS?^e'S?l . .. n All PIIIiUL ALTS ai>pKinn<itn thisu.\/.v.tt*.- ngmd fa the iiwper authnrthM.are to be con- aidtred official awl -bei/edas such. tiv c?n'nZ n*' rnnK . xf GEO. M. SI til tif'?, Cutamal xart!ian/ 9 ~ GOVERNMENT ORDKR. Phivatb Sf.ciiktaiiy'B Oiticb, Frbninrti 21. I s '*?- HIS EXCELLENCY THE r'ovJ'j:^^ AND RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. intending to visit the interior of the province, requests that all communications durine h?s absence may be addressed to the Hop G. M. Stkphkn, Colonial Secretary, who i? authorised to act for his Excellency until his return to the Seat of Government. By bis ExcellencvV command. GEO lift E HALL, Private Secretary. — — — Council Chamber. Government Housk, Adltifte Ffhrunrti 21. I B*l9. THE Legislative Council met on Tuesday the |9th instant, at 12 o'clock. The Apprehension of Runaway Convicts Bil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 February 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS Our Advertising Friends are requested particularly to notice that advertisements once inserted will           be continued and charged for unless counter- manded by 6 o'clock on Thursday evening. ROYAL SOUTH ALMANACK FOR 1839.     NOW PUBLISHING, price 2s.6d., by Robe     Thomas and Co., Gazette Office, street — "The Royal South Australian Almanack for 1839, containing a Daily Calendar, a Gardener and Farmers' Directory, a list of Government Officers, the Addresses of the Principal Merchants and Inhabitants, and all useful information re- garding the Province of South Australia." TRINITY CHURCH INFANT SCHOOL The above school is now open for the re- ception of children between the ages of two and seven years in the Sunday School Room adjoining the Church. Parents desirous of having their children taught on the infant system would do well to accompany the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

DIED, On Sunday, February 17, 1839, Annie Mary Hack, eldest daughter of John Barton Hack, Esq., aged nine and a half years.

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MR. EYRE'S REPORT OF HIS EXPEDITION OVERLAND. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, February 28, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

MR. EYRE'S REPORT OF HIS EXPEDITION OVERLAND. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, February 28, 1839. GEO. M. STEPHEN,   HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has directed the following Report by EDWARD JOHN EYRE, Esq., of his journey overland from New South Wales to Adelaide to be published for general information. GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary.

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