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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1838

Soutient &t»traKan Office. j THE following are theterms of die SOUTHER» ¡ AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Sa-j turday morning, at the Office, corner of Stephens* Place, Bundle-street: Price of the Paper-6d. per number, or 26s. j per annum. Subscribers nave their papers sent j to them, if they desire it. ^ j Advertisements-6 lines and under (each in sertion) 3s. 6d. ; above 6 lines 3d. per line. Advertisements cannot be received Mer man 4 o'clock on Friday; and orders to discontinue advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 4 o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot be attended to. All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. For Sydney Direct, TOUCHING AT KANGAROO ISLAND. THE fine first-class ship CANTON, | _ Al., 507 tons burthen, JOHN MOR DAUNT, ESQ., Commander.-Has excellent ac commodation for passengers, and will have quick dispatch. For passage apply to Captain Mordaunt, on board, or to the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. 15th June...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

1 ' ^ NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We shall be happy to insert ike letter froid** Vindex" if he will favor us with his name fdr publication. We have received a letter signed " Charles Howley," which dur limits will not allow us td insert ; thé statements made by him of the illegal conduct of the *' Matines" art certainly of an extraordinary cha racter, and we can hardly give credence to them» Our correspondent states *' He hèdrd a noise in itié Street, when, like any dthér pëntin, he went to see what was the niatter ; at that instant five soldiers that were seht for to quiet the disturbance fired ott the people without any riot act being read, or prom location foi svch interference." We must have some confirmation of our correspondent's story befar* we again allude to the subject. Wë shall attend to the suggestions of our friend " J. B. S"," and will with pleasure insert any cont' munica tion he may favor us with on the subject men tioned. We had prepared several articles fdr insertion...

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FRESH ARRIVAL OF STOCK OVERLAND FROM SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

i/ . J FRESH ARRIVAL OF STOCK OVERLAND FROM SYDNEY j WE understand that another herd of fine cattle has just arrived overland from Sydney, consisting principally of cows, and they may be expected in Adelaide in a few days. We hail every such acces sion of real wealth to our province, and sincerely hope that those who have undertaken so spirited an enterprise may reap their full reward. We under stand these cattle ère from the well known herds of Mr. Campbell, senr., of Sydney, and we doubt not they will realise excellent prices. We would strongly recommend those of our new English friends, who have capital to invest in stock, to se cure so excellent an opportunity of doing so. The interesting particulars -of the overland journey we hope to have room for in our next. THE FISHERIES.-The inteliigence from the Bay continues to be of a favourable character. The Company have Upwards bf 100 tuns of Oil, and Messrs. HACK upwards of 70 tuns. We understand Messrs. HACK have purchased the cutt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

rjlHB following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Sa turday morning, at the Office, corner of Stephens' Place, Rundle-street: Price of the Paper-r-Gd. per number, or 26s. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them, if they desire it. Advertisements-6 lines and under {each in sertion) 3s. 6d.; above 6 lines 3d. per line. Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Friday; and orders to discontinue advertisements already inserted must be sent td the office before 4 o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot be attended to. AU subscriptions and advertisements must be {»aid for in advance. For London-a chartered Ship. xgagL THE fine new barque HARTLEY, *WffiQF FEWSON, master, will sail for London, via portland Bay, on or about the 10;h July instant. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to THOMAS FEWSON AND CO., Gilles Arcade, Adelaide. South Australian Church. £T having been considered advisable to erect a Stone Chu...

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DEPARTURE OF CAPTAIN HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

DEPARTURE OF CAPTAIN HINDMARSH. His Excellency the Governor departs this day for England, via Sydney, in H. M. S. Alligator. Mr. STRANGWAYS, we hear, has resigned the office of Colonial Secretary pro tem., to allow Mr. STEPHEN, as the only remaining officer of the Government, to succeed Capt. HINDMARSH, and he was yesterday sworn-in as Governor ac cordingly.-The inextricable confusion all these changes have produced in the authority of the Colonial Council of Government, and the legality of all their proceedings, shall be shown and ex plained by us very shortly.  

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PUBLIC MEETING TO CONSIDER THE LATE CHANGES IN THE SURVEY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

PUBLIC MEETING TO CONSIDER THE LATE CHANGES IN THE SURVEY   DEPARTMENT. IN accordance with a notice issued by the Colo nial Commissioner, and published in our last number, a meeting of the Proprietors and Repre sentatives of the Proprietors of Land was held on Monday last, at noon, at the Land Office. The number present was indicative of the intense interest the subject had excited. The room was crowded to overflowing, and nearly every section of land was represented. D. M'LAREN, Esq , Manager of the South Australian Company, having been called to the   chair, the following resolution was put and car ried unanimously: 1. -That the Colonial Commissioner be requested to communicate to the Meeting the whole of the offi cial correspondence which has led to the late changes in the Survey Department. Mr. FISHER accordingly read the instructions received by bim from the Commissioners, and Col. LIGHT'S reply thereto, declining to execute the task assigned,—(both of...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. NAVIGATION OF THE PORT. To the Editor of the Southern Australian, Port Adelaide, July ll, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. NAVIGATION OF THE PORT. To the Editor of the Southern Australian, Port Adelaide, July 11. 1838. SIR.-I have understood there has been hesita-     tion on the part of the Commissioners to accede to Colonel Light's request that a steam tug should be       sent here to assist vessels in entering and leaving the harbour, and getting up and down between the har-   and the place of discharge. If such be the case, I must express my unfeigned regret and conviction that the Commissioners have therein sacrificed to a   considerable extent the interests of the Colony. The peculiar form and character of Port Adelaide are such, that great delays to ships are likely to occur between the bar and the landing place, and although the harbour is safe and has the requisites for being   made a commodious place of dischargefor ships under 500 tons burthen, it is a question of g...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque d[?]cens curo, et rogo, et omnis in he sum.---HOR. EP., lib.1, ep. 1,v 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14,1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

THE SOUTHERN" AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque d'cens euro, et rogo, et omni* in hé sum.-HOB. KP., lib.-], cp. ft,T tl. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14,1838. To the mind of an uninterested observer if dis posed to the ludicrous, and if in early days he has had the advantage of deep reading in the fairy tales of Mother Bunch, the Arabian Nights, or the works of other celebrated authors, the rapid and singular political changes in this Colony will remind him of his boyish pleasures, and perchance call forth nearly as hearty peels of laughter. The Pantomime of Harlequin Gover nor is proceeding, and fresh transactions astonish the beholders. His Excellency the Governor of yesterday is to day transformed into a plain gentleman, a passenger on board H.M.S. Alli gator; while the Advocate-General, who, when a passenger the other day on board H.M.S. Pelorus, was by a touch of Harlequin's bat converted into a pro tempore Postmaster-General, is to day by the same omnipotent wand stripped of h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1838

SALES BY AUCTION; -:-? SPLENDID INVESTMENT. MR. ROBERT COCK has the honour to announce that he has received peremptory instructions to submit to public competition, in one or more lots, at his Rooms, on FRIDAY the 20th instant, at Twelve O'Clock precisely, SECTION 251, FRANKLIN STREET, SOUTH ADELAIDE, (Near the intended Market,) upon which is situated that most commodious and valuable -Building* known a3 the ADELAIDE TAVERN, Now in the occupation of Mr. SHEPHERD, and in full business. The House is most substan tially Wit, regardless of all expence, and is replete with every convenience necessary to carry ona first rate establishment; at the same time it is so admirably arranged that a person ofsmall capital may make a HANDSOME FORTUNE * * By a partial-occupation only. The general cha racter of this House is sufficiently well known to render a lengthy description unnecessary, and the limits of an advertisement wculd not suffice io describe its numerous advantages ; enough to say, tha...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

To the Editor of the Southern Australian, Sm-I read with much pleasure the article, en titled " State of religious instruction in the Colony and while I dare not pronounce any truth unimpor tant, which infinite wisdom has revealed, nor regard any appointment trivial, which is sanctioned by divine authority, I do most sincerely- wish every man, every denomination, that seeks to promote the glory Of God and the good of man by spiritual means, " Godspeed." Will you permit me to remark however, that the religious society first noticed in that article* ts, I think, introduced under a mb-nomerj it is called the Established Church. I understood' that in this Colony there was no Established Church. We have an Episcopal Church, the worship, pf which is conducted by "our excellent friend Mr* 'Howard, who is deservedly popular". The Episcopal Church, we know, is the Established Church in England; but not in South Australia. And I have nb hesita tion ie saying, I trust it never will be. No, nor...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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STOCK EXCHANGE—INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY. CITY, Shorter's Court, 'Change time, July 20, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

STOCK EXCHANGE-INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY. CITY, Snorter's Court, 'Change time. July 20, 1838. THERE has been no business done this day in the Government Securities, the Navy 5 Cents having been paid off, «nd the other Fonds dosed. Bills on the Treasury are at a heavy discount, Treasury acceptances very scarce.. The Marine Assurance bubble has burst, but we believe very few will ex perience any material loss, the Stock never having been a favorite with the public. 1 he Government it is said intend to invest the. abdang Fond, in the purchase of Justices of jjhe Peace; but we undertstand the operation cannot be effected, in consequence of no respectable house being' disposed to take the ctmmusAon. The ac counts on tiw next settling day are expected to be very heavy, and some defaulters are already talked ot Late operations are likely to cast a serious gloom over certain Bears.

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EXTENSION OF THE COUNCIL, AND APPOINTMENT OF AUDITOR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

EXTENSION OP THE COÜNCIL, AND APPOINTMENT OP AUDITOÄ GENERAL. WE nave been favoured with a sight of a letter Iront London, by the u David"from which we augur that the Commissioners have at length determined to give a more popular character to the Legislative body of this Province, by recom mending the introduction of more of the officials into the council-as well as a few of those pri vate individuals who have the greatest stake in the colony. We trust their suggestion will be adopted, as experience has shown us the evils attendant upon the close and narrow system on which it is at present based. Another important change is, we believe, to take place-the appointment of Auditor General for thé' Province; who is to have a seat in the council, and whose duties will be to examine the accounts of the Government, the Resident Com missioner, the Treasurer, and the Store-keeper. We understand, our brother colonist, Mr. MORPHETT, has been named by die Commis sioner, to Lord Glenelg, for the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

fjADVEETtSBME«T.j - . i TO THE COLONISTS OF SOUTH ; AUSTRALIA. . I make no apology for, thus publicly calling to your notice the ** South Australian ... Gazette extraordinary/' (a most apposite title) published on Tuesday evening last, nuder date of the pre vious day. The whole contents require your' serious attention, though it is. not my object at this moment to analyze mern.- They tend much to affect the'interests of the Colony, and of¡ all attached to it Whether beneficially or not you . can judge as well as - myself. Amongst omer important matter which they exhibit, is a charge so obvious that it cannot be mistaken, but one which I know to be so unfounded that I should be sacrificing my duty as the Representative of the Colonization Commissioners,' and my proper feelings as a Colonist, if-I did not at once most positively express my dissent from it, and deny the justice of its application. . . , From the last *'Gazette extraordinary/' I (extract the following passage from an ad...

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COLONIAL STATISTICS, No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

I COLONIAL STATISTICS No< 3. SHEEP.--In continuation of tile statistical ac counts ve intend regularly to publish, we nave this week procured ia veiy accurate list of the quantity of sheep in the Colony, exclusive of lambs; and the list shews that the losses from importation by sea, have been less than was calculated upan. It must be recollected, that the consumption cannot have been under 4000 head, during the past year. Ewes ....V... 7969 Wethers â412 s Rams ............ 192 Total... ^12^73

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. â. £ s, d Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. O 16 O to 1 0 0 London, per hhd. .. 9 0 0 .. 10 O O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 O O 10 O O Colonial, .. hhd. 7 O O .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce. fl O O .. 6 O O fresh, lb. 10.. 13 Butter, fresh, lb. 3 6.« 4 O salt, do. 2 2.. 3 0 Coffee, lb. 9 .. 10 Candles, moulds, lb... 13 dips, do.1 O wax, do... 2 6.. 3 6 Casks, oil, per ton,. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6«. 7 Cheese, English, lb....... 19.. 2 0 Colonial, Deals, per foot,10 .. 1 0 Flour,colonial,per 100 lbs. 1 7 0.. 112 0 Hams, per lb....... 13.. 16 Hops, do. 2 6.. 3 0 Hay, per ton. 10 0 0 .. 12 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maire, per bushel. 8 0. . 9 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll.. 13 Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... black, do. .... 3 6.. 4 O' Porter, per dozen,. 16 0 .. 1 0 0 ' London, hhd. 9 O 0 ..10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per tierce,. 8 10 0 9 0 0 Potatoes, per ton,. 12 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Rice, perin............. Soap, English, per lb. .... 5J. . 6 Spirits in bond-Bra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

SALE BY AUCTION. .---w--? ef|N MONDAY, 23rd July, at Twelve o'clock \ at Mr. Coltman's Stores, Frankliu-street Mr. Neale will Sell by Auction, without reserve, ! for the. benefit of the parties concerned, the following articles partially damaged, consisting of A quantity of tnen's cotton braces A fewsilk shawls and handkerchiefs -x Several pieces of calico - One barrel of chocolate ' ? ???s. :. One tierce of beef After which will be offered the following sound goods : Quantity of snuff boxes - Ditto spades and shovels Ditto serve and thatching twine Sevèral pieces of flannel Ditto unbleached cauco - : " -.. Quantity of Tuscan bonnets: Cutlery,Ironmongery, &c. Tints:-under£5 cash.. above £5 and tinder £10,1 month ; £ro and under £l 5, six weeks " £15 and under £20, twomonths " £20and under£30, ten weeks . .,, JE30, three months > Ia the Press, and shortly will be - Published, Bu A. MACDOUGALL, iiundU-sttftt, SERMON, preached by the Aev. T. Q. ! . STOW, at the opening of th...

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NEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

: -1. " ; . , 'i . ?T5^T?= . » -! JfW. SOÜTBATJSTRATJUK ASSOCIATION. WE extract from the fifth number-ofihe South Australian Record, its announcement of the for mation of an Association in England for me > purpose of supporting the interests ófihe Colony, and of collecting and diffusing information re specring it. Webail the news rf» an additional pledge of its ultimate success. An Association, when no individual itaterests were concerned, carried our Act wrpugh Parliament in spite of strong opposition. What the influence of the new Association will be. including as it must so many names who have heavy stakes in the Colony, can hardly be calculated. A slight notion may be gathered from the result of the meeting at the Crown and Anchor last January. IT has . been proposed to establish a society which might perform' something of the saine offices to the settlers, and to the intending emigrants, as was per formed by the old South Australian Association. The friends nf the Colony in ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et ominis in hoc sum.—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1838. ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid venan^Ogue decent euro, et Yogo, et omni* in hoe ftum.-Hoa. EP., lib. 1, ep. I, v ll. .ADBXAXDE; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21,1838. ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR HINDMARSH. ON Friday last,' an address was presented to Capt. HIKOMAESH, which for the purpose of offering a few remarks upon, we re-print from the Gazette :- .... To His Excellency Captain Hindmarsh, Knight ¿of. the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order*. Gover nor-and Cominander'in'Chief of the Province of South Australia. MAY rr PLEASE IOCB ExcELMNpf THE recent ' intelligence that it has pleased Her Majesty to relieve you from the duties of your high office having been communicated to us, we hasten to oner our expressions of attachment to your person'and respect for your character, which, at such a moment, may be more acceptable to your Excellency, as indi* cative of the sincerity m which they ace conveyed. With the immediate causes that have led to your Excellency's recall most of ns are unacquainted. .Knowin...

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VALUE OF TOWN LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

VALUElOF TOWN LAND. FOR the information of our readers in England we insert a short sketch of the bona fide sales of town land that have tajken place within the last ten days, (rather more than 16 months since the town was located,) and we call their atteotion^to this list with pride, as one of the most convincing proofs - that could be given of the judgment dis played by our late Surveyor-General in his choice of this locality for the capital town of the Province:- . ? acre 81 Rundie-etreet.- £300 " 83 Dino. 20» «' 84 Ditto .._ 200 ?.. 106 Greofell-street. 175 " 27 North Terrace, and I ""K 35 Rundle-street ...... £ 698 South Terrace. 100 «.699 Ditto .... 100 893/- Y 8941 Mills' Terrace with well f Ann 931} in centre......?wu 932 f j 297 Wakefield-street,.... .... 125

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. EYRE'S JOURNEY OVERLAND FROM SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. EYRE'S JOURNEY OVERLAND FROM   SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian.                 SIR.—Having had numerous enquiries made of me since my arrival in Adelaide, respecting my late journey across the interior from Sydney, I beg to fur-   nish you with a few particulars of the same, in the hope, that they might prove interesting to such of your readers as may contemplate a similar journey;   and, perhaps, be the means of preventing others from involving themselves in the mortifying and hazardous circumstances in which I found myself, when com- pelled to turn from my route, in April last. I left Sydney early in November last, for the Southern districts of New South Wales, where I had to select the cattle I have brought with me, and to organize my party for the expedition. Having done this, I m...

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