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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. Wednesday, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. Wednesday, July 17. [Want of room last week compelled us to omit this day's proceedings to make room for those of Thursday] The Court met on Wednesday The Grand jury being called, and, having chosen their foreman, J. B. Hack, Esq., were sworn.   His Honor the Judge addressed them. He said he had to congratulate the gentlemen of the Grand Jury on the number and nature of the cases where were to be brought before them at this time. The cases which would now he brought for their consideration were very different from those which occured at the last sitting of the court. At that time, they had to consider cases of a very serious description, especially   those connected with the natives. With regard to those cases, his honor felt deeply the necessity   that the natives should understand the English rules of justice which would be adopted in regard to them. He had, on that account, desired the then Protector of the Abori...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1839. THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO THE COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1839. THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO THE COLONISTS. THE following is the better addresed by the Committee appointed by the Public Meeting of the 7th May, to the Governor, in reply to his Excellency's communication of July 2nd:- Adelaide, July 6, 1839. Sir—We have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of yesterday's date, accom- panying two copies of the Gazette of the 4th inst.   which contains his Excellency the Governor's answer to the letter which we had the honor as a committee to address to him. We have now the honor to state to you, that we entertain the same feelings in respect to the indecorum of our entering into a public contro- versy with his Excellency which we before ex- pressed, and we therefore abstain from adimadver- ting upon the reply of his Excellency through you, farther than to disavow for ourselves, as indivii- duals who were at the meeting of the 7th May and forward in promoting it...

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THE MILNER ESTATE HOAX ONCE ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

THE MILNER ESTATE HOAX ONCE   MORE. Mr. G. M. Stephen, whose pantomimic tricks have recently gained him such distinguished applause, not satisfied with the "bad [?]" which his performance in the cha- racter of Jeremy Diddler has gained for   him, has been lately figuring in the more noble   part of Sylvester Daggerwood, informing the   public that his benefit is fixed for the next sit-       ting of the Supreme Court, and poking a bill     of the play, in the shape of a Letter to the   Colonists—into the hands of all he dare look in the fact. A copy of this funny production has found its way to our office, and at the re-   quest of Mr. Stevenson, and regarding it as a     charcteristic specimen of the brazen impudence       of its author, as a proof besides of the undeviating tr...

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IMPORTATION OF SHEEP OVERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

IMPORTATION OF SHEEP OVERLAND. I am, Sir, your faithful servant. "E.P.S. STURT. Adelaide July 17, 1839. We have the very great satisfaction of an-   nouncing that the second attempt to import sheep overland from New South Wales has been altogether successful. Mr. Sturt the         younger brother of our much esteemed Sur- veyor-general, has favored us with the following brief announcement of this colonially important circumstance:— To the Editor of the South Australian Register. Sir—As it may be interesting to the com- munity of South Australia to hear of the safe arrival of another overland expedition from New South Wales, I am happy in informing you that Mr. D. Campbell and myself, accom- panied by Messrs. Hardy and Stein, with a party or twenty-four men, having in charge nearly 5,000 sheep of various ages, have suc- ceeded in tracing the steps of our enterprising predecessor, Mr. Eyre, to this colony, thereby confir...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

INDIA. [?] ipaiii^i' i-iici- >ii .->tiLH'uiiM4ii, ijisi-ii ill.? bvi^ts ot lloi.ii, mi ukil all « nance of war in that «li i-.vli.m unil uiili lV^in liaekotl l>y Ru«si.i, is fiw l!i.« jwrnt ai loasj, nvnr. l^rd Auckland K^tk tho <i]i|i<Mtuiiitv of \isitinp the colehratid Kinji:i:t Sitvch, mi<! w<* flunk our loader* rmino' fail t.i In- intci\-sl(."l in ttic account of t.*?ein:iTvicw, which Vo (iiul tpporloil in llie i~^]vniii Kujlifjirtmu, (:.y Jar the beef luHhn ucws|'.-ijior) .-.s i'Ml<<«vs :—' Tit Meeting itticrm fJ.c (•rmnor Ormnalami ifimcrt Sit't/h. Tlic (Tfat'il mil ting h'tivocn tlic Oorrrnnr-acn c-ral mnl liimjc. t lias nt li'iistli t:iton pliu-c, wilii Midi imposing cr;oii)ciir im iif.-cr. frrliap*. w.ss ivit«:i:<"iif| in Imlia since tlie Itriti^L jk?«oi i.'«>'atii<- |ircd<miiiiiint. Tlic Imeo ff-xrnibiv Ot irwojis, in ibe Jii^Ut-st isfate «>t i-filri^nrv, mi&am...

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LIES ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

LIES ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Among the many falsities which go forth about our colony, we have detectd the following circumstantial one, which somehow or other has found its way into the columns of our res- pectable Sydney contemporary. Fortunately, the mistake was discovered and rectified in a subsequent number by a quotation from our own paper; but as an article calculated so justly to alarm friends in England may have met many eyes which have not seen the contra- diction, we think it right to transfer both into our columns assuring all concerned with the   passengers per Fairfield, that these worthy persons never heard of nor dreamt of the alleged shipwreck.   (From the Colonist, May 1839)         " WRECK OF THE 'FAIRFIELD'.•—The barque       Fairfield, from Liverpool with emigrants, ran ashore in the night of the 18th ult. on Troubridge               Shoal, South Australia. It appears that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

AIiVEUTISKMKNTS. ft-All adrertisments must he pnid for prcvic«? to insertion, unl-si foru-nrded hi such of our friends n* have opcwl monthly accounts at the Ofh'fc; an-l Admlisvr* >"c >\qti<*ted pnrtiadarbl *<> n>ticc Hint adivrtiscmr;,'* ?«c.' insatdl will lie continued and rh-ir : i?f I'-r vnlns countermanded by six v'clodi on 'I/i'irs <?ny evening. fO ft LONDON DIIUCT, Tc sail from Port AdJavte in the rarly purt of November, -i(ih*K rfMIK Inniue AMV/f UUXH frmxL * STEWART lOrifiES, fiQmljg^ iMirthwi .VW tons, Ainu J> Feu, •<^^^^^> *The above vessel b;n very f'-ipc rior arcoinodiitioiis for passenrprs, and fh« whole of her dead weight being <>nK'iir«"?. Shippers of Wool itn requited to have it ?n rendiia-M, a^ othenvise th<? shin inurt j?ro? ceil tj Hobsirt luwn to nomplrtc 1:. r < ?ra« , Application to !<•• «wil« to Ci|it. I-Hi. on Vw«, At the South Au.-traiWn C?im|>a;i...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We shall certainly never be able to overtake our arrears in this department and we entreat the indulgence of our friends in that respect. The history of the let-   ter from the jugement is rich; but we must have a dis tinct voucher for its truth before we can use it. notice of the new College in our next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

FOR 11 ATAV I A , To tail in a few dayt, «SEXi riPHK remarkablyfast.sailingsbip "SIR SSS& 1 CHARLES FORUBS," 970 tons raster, C. Laing, Commander. For freight or passage apply to CIIAS. BECK, fc CO. Adelaide. July 23, 1889- FO X NKW ZKALANO, wfiERkT^HE fine fast-sailing Itrig "DAVID." JBjS JL .urtlicn ISO tout, |\ Hurt, Coin- For freight or paisnge *pply to CHAS. BECK Si CO., Fliiidtra-Btrcot. July 9, 1839. VOR Till MAURTIUS, To Kail on the sth Auguit, iCJf^T^ 11 15 fine fuBt-?aiiiiikr nchooner Jgggg 1. "AnEUCKOMUIE."I2O tunt, F. Crow, Commtmdcr. For freight or passage splpy to C. ISECK & CO. Adelaide. July '23,1839. j fo v n a t a v ia , Jffl?l/PHK <"'"c "Iip "LYSANDBR." A I, j?flfik •*- Mo '"""' L'a'<t t-!lirrit> ►ortrcigi.t or iiummkc iM'p')' ?« CHAS. BKCK & CO., F!i:«lerf-RUfrt. July 9, 1833. ON SALK, tK Inlander. Citj oi Adelaide, AUr crombie.Kc— Flour, rice, tea and m;fl?r Oatmeal, sjdit pea*, pear, liw.ev. liim-uiJ Heel, pork, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. —••«♦**■!>*£ •>£ -*4 -«*«i-" TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR J. RICHARDSON, This Day, &inirdi;y. July -'7. at 1:2 oVlorl; pre «ii-"(-ly,*;it his hVuins, corner of Kiujr William Hii'l tliuiH ;y s'ii:ts, without reserve— , Four tons of Van Diemen's Land Potatoes     v l;ir?.e ass.ntmcul of japanned f/oo.U, run ••Mini' ?f knife. cluvse, i'!i<! lircad tr:rs; vaiie.-s, > :'i)> and t;il>!.< lam)>-. Also a quantity of <<er,iinii : ilvor, consisting of forks table, lea, nut? .hv-et t •;k.<iiis; soviTi'l pairs <if carvers ;ni<l lurks a <,u'.iitity of wiiTtrrn .-md molesictu sboi.lintf .'■.. AMil v:<ilouts oilier uilielcs ; niter which. : I very superior Watflii's, v iili silver piarii*, from M'?t-mtc t.oii'ion house. .'■rtensirr S-iU of X.'itcp, Ilortti, ami Provisions TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION   &...

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COL. LIGHT'S JOURNAL SITE OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 July 1839

COL. LIGHT'S JOURNAL SITE— OF ADELAIDE. We now publish the remainder of Colonel Light's defence of his choice of the site of Adelaide for the capital of South Australia; but having no desire to renew a discussion which must now be utterly profitless, we very willingly leave Colonel Light's statement to the judgment of the public, unqualified by fur- ther cummentary from us :— " It is six miles at least distant from the harbour, which if safe, is at present, at least, entirely des- titute of fresh water, and not capable of receiving ships of heavy tonnage!" Six miles! Heavens       what a distance over a dead flat! It is enough to   stagger any man who views commerce on a grand scale, to think of tranporting goods six miles, without any impediment in his way; and perhaps by a canal that may be cut with the greatest case in a straight line, and without one lock being required, except at the extremities joining the harbour and the tow...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Progress of the Colony the Ex Emigrations Agent E. And several other articles in type stand over till our next.

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THE COUNTRY' SLIPS. AN announcement in the Gazelle of 11th July to the following purport. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

THE COUNTRY SLIPS. AN announcement in the Gazelle of 18th July to the following purport:—   In accordance with the principle established by the Colonization Commissioner in Articles 30 of Appending No. 4 to their First Annual Report (General information respecting the Colony &c.,   dated 15th February, 1836), His Excellency the Resident Commissioner has decided that in all cases in which a section of 134 acres is selected from ground laid out into 30-acre sections, the proprietor of the preliminary land order by virtue of which 134 acres first selected, shall have the           privilege of taking the twenty-six acres which, in   ever two 80-acre sections, are over and above one   preliminary section, provided that the purchae- money for the same, at the regulated price per   acre, be deposited with the Colonial Treasurer   within one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

SAMJS KY AUCTION. —•***#>>► <$^*-*?**~ f?w>/ Man a Freeholder! / TO BE SOLD BY PUBMC AI'CTIOX, liV ,V. HhKTfIAM, This Evening', at seven o'clock— rpiHRTY Allotments in the village of Win?to'i. I. many of ttniii near the |?übiie w<l!.% -m\,\ frontages in (lie best streets; the plan enn lie seen at the Auction Mart Jit «tll hour*- Newly arrived emigrants shou'd not omit to avail themselves of this opportunity. Government Auct ion Mart. GENI'tNK STOCK WITHOUT WSKHVr. TO DC SO|,D lit' AV.OT I C X . B V JV. BEX THA M, This Evening', at six oVlnek. at his Itoom-. Hindley-stroct-— ? AX immense variety of irmim.mpTV. tools, frying-pans, gridirons. Mtu'cpuus. fee", various drapery in handkerchiefs, <iic-:s, slw. I-' &c ; slops • men's, women's, mid children's slim".' huts, &<".; jewellery. films, pisfo'F, watches, out lcry, and other useful articles. Six nllotments in llitu!;r.arsl> Town, I!) allot inenis in the city, am...

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[?]AY REVIEW IN EXILANATION. THE MILNER ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

MURRAY'S REVIEW IN EXPLANATION. THE MILNER ESTATE. In Murray's Review of July 2nd, we find a reply to the questions put by you some time ago in the Editor of that paper on the subject of the Milner Estate [?] [?] [?], .-. ... <;•■■•:■ . ■•:■ ;, :..;:...,.-y. f. Our readers will observe that it was one of Mr. Stephen's lying puffs after all which led Mr. Murray into the error of stating the sum for which the Milner property was sold to be £40,000. Mr. Stephen had asserted that he had been offered £10 per acre for any part of   the estate ; and this, Mr. Murray says natu- rally enough, " implied, an offer of that sum for the whole" But Mr. Murray has not yet explained the authority on which his other as- sertion, that the estate was sold for fifty thou- sand pounds, was made. We do not quarrel, with Mr. Murray's desire to give his friend Mr. Stephen, a lift, by daubing, as he says, " a ltttle too much couleur de rose.'' In the picture of his fortunes, a " fine ...

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MR. P[?]HENS ACCIONS FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

MR. FISHER'S ACTIONS FOR LIBEL the third of five of Mr. Fisher's actions for libel against the Printers of this Journal were on for trial on Monday and Tuesday last. Our readers will find the proceedings fully re- ported elsewhere. The Verdict of the Jury was certainly about as strange a one as the     action itself. His Honor the Judge, however, received it as it was given, and stated that he would allow the defendants to move either to have the verdict entered for themselves or for a new trial— so that in all probability, if we think it worth while to proceed, the whole affair may be gone over again. The remaining actions, after a conference between the parties suggested by his Honor, were withdrawn. We confess we are glad of this peaceful result—the more especially as it     was attained without compromise of principle or dishonorable concession on either part. The       actions involved Mr...

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THE STOR[?]PER'S DEPARTEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

THE STORKEEPER'S DEPARTEMENT. It was stated by Mr. Stevenson in court on Tuesday last year [?], or stores unaccounted for, in the Storekeeper's department exceeded seven thousand pounds; and we have heard that even this large amount is not the   full extent of the mischief. Whether this loss arises entirely of partially from the private   sale system, is [?] to say; but as it       was asserted, at the same time—though not by       Mr. Stevenson—that that system still con-     tinued, and that private sales of the public stores were [?] the authority of Co-       lonel Gawler as they used to be under the   authority of Mr. Fisher, we think proper to   express [?] [?] belief, though we have       obtained [?] [?] assurance of the fact, that &nbsp...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. July 27.- the brig Samuel Baker, 209 tons Wilde, master, from Hobart Town with general Cargo. P- assengers mrs Murray and three   children, Miss Murray. Miss Wilson Mr. C00k, Mr. A. Jaffray. Mr. Hellier, and Mr. Jones. DEPARTURE. July 28 — The- brig Dorset, 84 tons Robertson master, for Sydney , via Port Phillip. Cargo       sundries. VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE Ships The Ganges, 430 tons, discharging cargo; the Hooghly, 465 tons, advertised to sail for Calcutta in a few days; the Sir Charles Forbes, 363 tons, advertised for Batavia; the Lysander, 475 tons, advertised for Batavia. Barques. The Seppings, 344 tons, laid on for the East Indies ; the City of Adle!aide, 28O tons, discharging cargo; the Asia, 520 tons, discharging cargo. Brigs. -The David. 250 tons, filling up for New Zealand, the William. 149 tons discharging   cargo; The Samuel Barker, 209 tons, discharging.   &...

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WEEKLY REPORT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

WEEKLY REPORT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. Within the last few days flour has rather ad-   vanced in price. Potatoes are if anything lower,   there being a considerable quantity in the market. The following are the present prices in the pro-   vision market:—Potatoes 35l to 40l. per ton; do-   per lb. 4d to 6d: turnips 1s. per bunch; carrots   6d per lb; beef 10d to 1s. per lb; mutton 1s. to 1s 2d per lb; veal 1s 3d per lb; pork 1s. 4d per   lb; butter (fresh) 3s. 6d; ditto (salt) 2s to 2s. 6d per lb, fish 4d to 6d per lb; eggs 4s. to 6s per dozen; cabbages and lettuce 3d each; four pound loaf 3s. Flour (best) 65l. to 75. per ton; oats 11s. to 13s. per bushel; bran 5s. 6d to 6s per bushel.   Si-irits. Wises, &c— Rum and brandy are very scarce. Price in [?] 10s to 12s per gal-   lon. Wines are stationary. London porter is also scarce—prices high. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. By the l...

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NEW SOUTH WALKS AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

NEW SOUTH WALES AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have seen in the hands of a private cor-   respondent a letter from a gentlemen resident at Yass, New south Wales, containing the following passage descriptive of the aspect of the [?] of date 17th June last. Our   readers will for themselves draw the favourable     contrast which the greeen and [?] [?]     pastures of South Australia was [?] in the same season.— "The lower lying countries on this east coast have lately been relieved from the distressing   drought which has so long existed; but the win-   dows of heaven are still closed on the greater portion of the high or table land of which this     distric forms a part, and which, as far as I have yet seen or heard, is nothing but one vast wilder- ness, where they eye in vain seeks for the appear- ance of vegetation. On first arrival I could with   ...

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