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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens cure, et [?] omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

Cfc* Sottttortt Australian. QuUwtrum mtqut decent curt, el r»g», et omniitu km tum.-HOB. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, T- ll. ADBIAIDBI WBDWBSDAT, JULY Sf 1889. ENGLISH Papera to the 6th of March have reached us by the Seppings The House of Commons .have decided by a majority of 189 not to hear évidence at its bar on the Corn-lair question. This was undoubtedly an unwise decision, and one which will, after continued agitation, place Parliament in the predicament of having to concede to necessity what it had refused to justice. The question cannot remain in its present posture. The important manufac- ^ turing and mercantile interests of Britain will not, and cannot, permit it to do so. The evidence must be heard, the grievance examined into, and, upon being proved, redressed, before there will be peace for the land - holding legislators of England. Why should the supporters of the Corn laws shrink from enquiry into their ope ration, unless they knew that the result would be proof that that ope...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. à. £ g. d. Al«-Dunbar's, per doten.. 18 O to 1 O O London, per hhd... 9 O O .. IO 0 O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 O O .. IO O O Colonial, .. hhd. ..7 O O .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce. 6 O O 6 O O fresh, lb. IO .. I G Butter, fresh, lb. 3 6 .. 4 O salt, do. 2 O .. 2 6 Coffee, lb. II .. 2 O Candles, moulds, lb. 16 2 0 dips, do. 10 l t? wax, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0 .. 6 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 6 O Hams, per lb.«. Hops, do. 2 0.. S 0 Hay, perton,. 12 0 0 .. 14 0 4 Iron, do....18 O 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize,per bushel. 12 0 .. 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. II.. IO Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... black, do. .... 26.. 3 to Porter, per doren......... 18 0 .. 1 0 6 London, hhd. 9 -0 0 .. 10 O O colonial, do. 7 O O .. 8 0 Q Pork, per barrel ........ 5 15 0 .. 6 10 0 Potatoes, per ton,. 40 O 0.. 50 0 0 Rice, per lb.. Soap, English, per lb. .. .. 6 .. 7 Spirits...

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SIR WILLIAM MOLESWORTH'S COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

(SIR WILLIAM MOLESWORTH^ COLONY. BY an article in Murray* Review for Mt 14th, we learn that the colony of Sou: Australia, or as it is there called, " S William Molesworth's colony," is in state of starvation ! Had we not receive intimation of the fact from so respectai) a quarter, we would not have believed i There is nothing to be observed in Ad« laide confirmatory of the assertion; and the famine existed io any o'her part * the province prior to the 14th May, it i astonishing that we should be now i total ignorance respecting it. That the prices of provisions have bee for some time past unusually high, i known to every one ; and the most necei sary article of consumption, flour, ros lately to a price which we believe is un precedented,and not likely again to occui But what were the causes of this ? Parti; the early age of the colony, which ha not permitted agricultural operations t j an extent adequate to the supply of it 1 daily increasing consumption-partly t our having sent a q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

Satas bj? public Auction. & -.» The Brig "Dorset" for Sale. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. Neale, On Saturday, July 6th, at twelve o'clock, at hi« New Room, Franklin-street, by order ot th« Assignees of Messrs. Chas. Smith, Shean and Co« rpHEfine fast-sailing brig DORSET ?^flBS^ *? 82 tons register, and abont 12C tons burthen, coppered and copper-fastened, as she now lies at Port Adelaide, with all hei standing and running rigging, masts, yards spars, sails, asid stores. Terms will be made known *t the time ol sale. BY APPOINTMENT. XBENTHAM, Government and Genera . Auctioneer, and Land Agent, IJindley street, four doors west of Mr. Hack's, begs it announce to newly arrived Emigrants that he warehouses goods on reasonable terms, and can always command extensive sales of Merchandisi 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. Genuine Stock without r...

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SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, July 2, 1839—STEPHEN v MACDOUGALL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

SUPREME COURT. j Tueiday, July 2, 1839-STEPHEN . MACDOUGALL. This being the day which his Honor ike Judge had j appointed at the last sessions for passing sentence on I Mr. Macdougall, for the alleged Jib;! on Mr. G. j M. Stephen, all the parties concerned, except Mr. j Stephen himself, who on the trial conducted his own i case, appeared in.court. "The ADVOCATE GFNSRAI., previoustothe sentence, stated, that he had received instructions from Mr. G. M. Stephen, to state to the court, that it was ont his intention to offer any evidence upon the other indictment against Mr. Macdougall, for libel, whick had been traversed to the pieaent session. Hts HONOR observed, that he was glad it was foe nd unanecnsary so to do ; he had met Mr. G. M. Stephen that morning, who had stated to him that it was not his intention to proceed, but be requested Mr. Stephen to state so in open court. MR. UIRNARD then said, that he was desired al*o by Mr. Stephen to state, that it was not his with that any sent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

Seuil) aastraltatt «Breite. -~» Proclamation bj His Excellency Lientenant-Colonel George Gawler, Knight of the Royal Hauovereian Gnelphic Order, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Her Majesty's Province of Sooth Australia. WHEREAS vessels arriving within ibis Pro vince from time to time require to discharge their cargoes in the harbour within Boston Bay at Port Lincoln ; and whereas it is expedient that the said barbour he declared a Port : Now, therefore, I, the Governor; do hereby proclaim the anchorage in the bay formed by the point of land aban! one mile and a half to the southward of Kirton Point, and by Point Boston to the northward, a legal port for ship ping ; and by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by tbe Act of Council intituled '* An Act for the Preservation of the Ports, Harbours, Havens, Roadsteads, Channels, Navigable Creeks and Rivers of Her Majesty's Province of Sooth Australia, and for the better regulation of shipping and their crew» in the samp," I d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

BIRTH.— On the 2nd instant, Mrs. William Pearce, Hindley-street, of a son.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

Southern gttßtraHan Office. 'I*HK following-are the. terms of Ute " SOUTHERN * AUSTRALIAN,'* which is published every Wednes p. day morning', at the Office, comer of Stephens-place, Kundle-street. Puce OF TBK P»pitR.-«1«^ per nurolier, or 52s¿ per annum» Subscribers have their papers sent to them if Vthey desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS.--6 lines and under [each insertion] Sa. ed ; above 6 lines, 3d. per liue-Advertisements cannot be received later than * o'clock on Tuesday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already io eerted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on I Monday, or they cannot tm attended to. Advertise ments must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they «iii be continued until counter manded. ' AU Subscriptions and Advertisements roust bc paid for in advance, AGKHTS roa TBE SOOTHBRH AOSTRAltA*. London : Messrs, Tinkler A Handcock, S.A. Agency Offic*,^ AustiBjr3^n,aad t7,Sc Dunstan's Hill. MaAr chater: "TWÎïuàîrOàn''Office. Leeds: V The Me...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1839

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. HANOVER, JAN. 1st.-Byan ordinance issued   yesterday, the Chamber of Domains is re-established     as a Board, separated from the Finance Department, but in which, however, the Minister of Finance pre- sides. The magistrates of this city, who usually   congratulated his Magesty at the beginning of a new year, have received through the Cabinet Minister Von Schele, in reply to their application, an intimation   that an audience on new year's day contd not bo granted by the Ring to Director Reaman, unless he would first ask in the name of the city pardon for «hat has passed. This having been refused by M. Reaman, a further intimation has been given that the King would no longer tolerate a magistrate «hom he could not see, and therefore other measures would be adopted. These circumstances have been commu nicated to the Board, and M. Reamen hes replied that he must submit to what further steps may be taken...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. j £ ». d. £ s. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 18 0 to 1 0 London, per h nd. 9 0 0.. 10 0 Ashby s, per barrel.. 0 0 0 ... JP O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 Beef, per tierce. 6 O O 8 O fresh, lb. 10 .. I Butter, fresh, lb......... 3 6.. 4 salt, do. 2 0.. S Coffee, lb. ll .. 3 8 Candles, moulds,lb..-..16 3 -Ö dips, do. 0 0 0 » wax, do. 0 0.. 8 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0 ..* . 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. 8 Cheese, English, lb. 2 0 ". 2 0 Colonial, Deals, per foot,. 8 .. 'j* Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 9 19 0.. S 0 8 Hams, per lb. Hops, do. 2 0 .. S O Hay, per ton...-.12 0 0 .. 14 0 4 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel,. 12 0 .. 10 O Mutton, (icsh, per lb. .... ll .. li 0 Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... . . j black, do. _ 2 6.. 3 8 Porter, per dozen,. 18 0 .. 1 0 0 London, hhd. .... 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0.. 8 0 8 Pork, per barrel. O 0 0,. 7 JT 0 Pot&toe;., per ton. 40 0 O .. 60 0 O Kice, per lb............. Soap, English, per lb. 7.....

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MELODIES. No. 4. By Timothy Short. EYES RIGHT! — RIGHT-ABOUT FACE!!—MARGH!!! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

I -- I SOUTH AUSTUM.IAK MELODIES. Ko. 4. By Timothy Short. EYES HIGHT ! - R 5 G HT-ABOUT FAOE ! ! - MARSH ! ! ! Ali te official <re»t'emen. Ji:«y tiki- a ft ieiuls adrice If jirinoip'es voa have. Oí: ie' Ùicm wy- ue over »ire , Il is neeiif'd, I BSsuit v"<i, titra ai »vhs.; v<*u're atto>it Fu¡ dare to call your snin/.s »our own, l>\ George, joo'ii be turna oo< Î » Whet th»n.'!i jcjr li*es m ditcher be-ynur property at siiik:*. What ri. ii! have jou cn ihut ac cunt, I ask, a fuss tn m * kt- ? What riuhî hnve yoa (o tensan, or to sign yonr usnie, or h|>ou! ? You do it ai your peril, tor, hy George, you'll be luin'd out ! Bul fib, and üb, and fib away th« nhs that went before, And hoax, and hoax, and iv ¡.er. found out, then lieux. so mach '.lie more, Prore that two i hirds are jost one half, it matters nut a pin, These peccadilloes will not harm,-b¡ George, you'll he kept in ! If someone dares to tell the truth, en yonr exposare j b...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR.- Na meron s indeed are the complaints urged against some parties, in consequence either of £ngliatt newspapers tiot beiue; properly depatched to lui* place, or the want of a regalar delivery here. As the whole of lite community ere deeply interes ted in this matter, allow me to suggest to yon, aaa public joorWist, the propriety of & public meeting being contened, to take the matter into conúáeratioB ; g I and there appoint a deputation to watton ihe Governor with reference to it-or sign petition» to the legisla ture «thorne, a:.d forwatd them to some Members of Parliament interested in the welfare of the colony, to present to the Honse of Commons, wttb a view to an immediate redress of so heavy a erievance. 1 am, Sir, Yours, C. A. D. Adelaide, 21 s* June, 1839.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

Southern Australian Office. npHP. following are tbe term« of ehe " SOÜTHRRN * AUSTRALIAN, ' which is published every Wednes day morning', at the Office, comer of Stenheus-ulace, Kundle-street. PRICE OF THU P&FKR.-is* per uumher, cr 62». per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to then if «h«y desire it. ASVEHM^EMBNTS.-6lines and under [each insertion] Ss. ed ; a^ove 6 lines, sd. per line-Advertisements cannot be received later than * o'clock on Tuesday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already in* verted, must be sent to the office before S o'clock on Monday, or they cannot ba attended to. Advertise ments must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until counter manded. All Subscriptions and Advertisements roast ba paid Tor in advance. ! Aeaars son mionTam AUSTEIHAW. Tendon: Messrs. Tinkler & Handcock, S.A. Agency OIRce, S Austin Friars, and 17,Sc. Dunstan's Hill. Man .tunerÎ " The Guardian" Office. Leedsz "The ...

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OPENING OF THE WESLEYAN CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

OPENING OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL.     THE services connected with the opening of the new and commodious chapel erected by the Wes leyan Society, took place on Sunday last, when three most powerful and impressive sermons were preached to crowded and attentive congregations We have seldom in our native land, and never in this our adopted country, been present at so heart- cheering and delightful an occasion, and truly may   every colonist who values the ordinances of our   common Christianity feel thankful that such rapid     strides have been made towards the supply of the     means of religions instruction for our increasing   population. Without at all intending to reflect   upon the zeal and activity of the various denomi   nations of Christians amongst us, we cannot help   expressing that the Wesleyans have shewn a zeal, &am...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atgus decent curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1839. THE PRIVATE SECRETARY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

Z%t Southern Australian. Quid mer um at gus decent euro, et rogo, et omni» in kmc sum -Hoa. lip., Iib. 1, ep- I, v ll. ADELAIDE: WEDXSSDAY, JCLF IO, 1839. THE PRIVATE SECRETARY'S LETTER. IN another part of our columns will be found an official document copied from the last Gazette. It is one calculated to produce a-tonishinettt and sorrow in every well constituted mind. We allude to a letter issued by the Private Secretary, in reply to one addressed to his Kx ce I i eu cy : by the committee appointed at. a public meeting held in May last. The letter of the committee was respectful, unobtru sive, temperate, and disclaimed al! inten tion to enter into controversy with his Excellency; the *'reply" is one which such au address w us little calculated lo eHci'.. The epistle commences with imputing base íuoiives " to MANY individuals who wen? at the meeting and forward in pro moting it," casting: ou them a suspicion that, they affected humanity and zeal for the public good lo cloak a diffe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

* NOTE.-" Nothing cnn be snore injurious, to the public welfare tbsp an administration divided against itself."-Governor'* reply to the Address of ike Acting Governor and Civil Officers of th* Previne* y Sèuik Ausirgli*, fot. IT, ISM. -**, Proclamation liv Hit Excellency Lieutenant-Colonel George Gawler, Knight of I lie Royal Hnuovercian ... Gue'.i.hic Order, Governor anti Commander-in-Chief . of Her Majesty's Province of Sooth Australia., »TKTHERE4S vessels arriving within this Pro ff vince from time to time require to discharge their cargoes in the harbour within Boston Bajar Port Lincoln ; and whereas it is expedient that the *a;d harbour b» declared a Pori : Now, therefore. I, the Governor; do hereby proclaim the am-horage is .'the bay formed by the point of land ab .ot one mile and a half to the southward of Kirton Point, and by Point Boston to the «or lb ward, a legal port for ship, ping ; an i by virtue of the power and authority ¡a me vested by the Act of Council intituled "...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Ta the Editor of the Southern Australian. I ?IE,-On reading the report of the semence parsed «u ¡Ur. Mactii.oiiall, yo« wilt observe that his Honor stated " that the observations he made to the jury in sararaing np the case ol Siethen v. Macdougall at the last sessions were totai'y ra.sn-prese.'ited io the paper. ii sd his Honor confined his observation to any one point of the retort, I should ont bave Mt myself jus tified [lu offering any remark*, knowing as I do that a reporter is like ail oilier peo;»le, iial»!e to err, bot when his Honor mr;kes sach a sweeping remark a< *' that his ohs .Tti'ii ns were totally misrepresented," I feel it a duty I owe to myself, to aj t;eai,lo yon and that portion of ih^ public who attended the sessions, for a denial of the a-senion, and I do so villi (lie utmost confidence. His Honor I am sar*; mast be aware that even oar greatest orators have' uttered sentences in the hurry of their thoughts uhicb they have bee...

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NOTICE Of ARRAKAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

NOTICE Of AURA KAN. j TH s following account of one of the most recent of our territorial acquisitions is extracted from the corrssponrjence ot' the Mausmain Chronicle of August last. No one of the conquered provinces was in a more -complete «tate of anarchy, at the period ot its cession, time A<raka«. Nunc hi»'î suffered greaser oppression, ar-,«!, i * c¡, it was nearly depopulated, containing on'v tf!!' A»d a hali 'o a square tnde. their iuîense haired ot '.httr op^trbsors, and their grievous suffer ings had iijiM'tt'ed ttl« «ocia! compact (if you will a^.'ly a civilize i tenn-to « society of savages) from it* very fo »ndation, and rebellion and dacoity weie familiar to the whole community. Admitting ttiat we made (nany blunders tu the «arty years of our rule, from our ignorance of a people so différent hom the inhabitants of India; tod beariug io mind, oo the other hand, that young colonies, expanding vigorously from a centre, are more easily raised to prosperity, than...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

Saleö fcg Nullit ñuttíow. -H» Splendid Assortment of Miscel laneous Articles. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. Richardson, On FRIDAY nf vt, Jul* 12, at Twelve o'clock precisely, at h's Kooms, corner of King Wil liam and fl i fri lev-street's without reserve, «he followiny -.pie ,didussot intent of Miscellaneous Ai ticie-w, viz. AiJIRä' and gentlemen's superior dressing -T À eas-s, eleganllv fitted-"p, curious time pieces with musical b< xes. handsome I !cqner<d tables, several mses ot superior painted table covers, ladies' very el gani small French >«? cíe taires, mahogany inlaid i. ck^ammon ai d chess hourds, sultrier weli-tiuished rosewood ¡ea cad dies, inlaid ; ladies" iuinid work cheats, n¡ted-up wi:lr silver instruments, counter and pedestal lamps, plated candlesticks, screens, also a com plete assortment of glass, consisting <>f tumblers, pint bandit gla<se-, salts, cruets, deca»ter«¡, several sets ot carland bullock har...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1839

To the Editor ot lite Southern Australian. SIR, -A few evenings since two friends of mine wlio were walking through the town fell into a saw pit of considerable depth, which had been carelessly left open without anv kind of fence whatever ; for- tunately they escaped with a few bruises, but the consequences might have been disastrous. I have seen manv saw-pits, and even wells, left       in this way without any kind of warning to passen- gers of their localities. Surely, Mr Editor, the government ought to have some concern for ¡he lives of the colonists, and issue some order to compel those digging sawpits or wells   to fence them round - a fence of a very slight nature would prevent the possibility of any accident. I am, Sir, your obedient servant,     CIVIS         IN the Glasgow Argus for December 3rd   appears an article on South Australi...

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