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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

IMPORTS. February 19.—The brig ADELAIDE, 238 tons, A Devlin, master from Port Phillip:— 800 sheep, 264 hearth stones, sills, steps, and flags, 69 butts salt, 1 cask gin, 3 boxes tobacco February 19—The schooner EAGLE, 108   tons, James Fawthorp, master, from Launceston, 800 sheep. Passengers—Messrs Robert Miller and George Hall.     The schooner HENRY FREELING, 92 tons, W. Morris, master, from Port Phillip:—300   sheep, 30,000 bricks, 4000 feet cedar, 1 case haberdashery, 10 boxes candles, 14 firkins butter, 5 casks 1 bag oatmeal, 7 ditto beer, 4 bags sugar, 2 half chests tea, 8 tables, 2 casks bottled ale, 10 cases 3 casks furniture.       Passengers—Messrs. R. Reid, C. Day, George Watson, W. Watson, J. Jones, W. Jones, A   Smith, John Scott, W. Handcock. ADELAIDE.—Printed and published by the Pro-     prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the Printing Off...

Publication Title: South Australian Gazette And Colonial Register
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ANOTHER SPECIMEN OF THE CLIQUE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

ANOTHER SPECIMEN OF THE CLIQUE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. Your very obedient servant, Amicus CURIAE. GENTLEMEN— You have so often and so ably exposed the scandalous falsehoods of the factious squad, that I should leave the showing up of another impudent lie they have just told in your own hands, did I not feel as the in- dividual who had drawn it forth, that I am bound to relieve you in this instance, at least, by exhibiting the dishonest scamipishness of the party in my own way. One of the wor- thies of the gang, under the initials of A. B [?]., sends a letter to Mr. Mann, the editor of   the republican print, in which he says, '"I   noticed in Mr. Stevenson's paper a short time back, a proposition that all the town acres bought by Mr. Fisher's family, or by or for himself, should be forthwith seized and resold for the public fiood, because, as auctioneer he ought not to have sold to himself, or to his sons, they being under age." &am...

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RECORD. UNTIL last week we have never thought it worth our while to complain of the manner in which the Gazette has been treated by certain persons connected with the paper published in London under the name of the South Australian Record. Most of our readers know that the Record was established for the professed pur- pose of promulgating' correct information re-   garding the province ; and we should have been content had this purpose been adhered to. But we regret to say that such has not been the case, and that many statements which have appeared in the journal alluded to have conveyed everything save correct information of the state and prospects of the colony. The answer given by the persons at the Adelphi connected with the Record to a correspondent of the Times, " that they supposed the Gazette   was defunct, as they had only received the first two numbers," has been confirmed to us, with this addition, that the Gazette was not t...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE news brought by the Thomas Harrison are important only in so far as they relate to Canada, which is again in a state of political ferment. Lord Durham had resigned the Governor-generalship in consequence of his power having been weakened by the resolu- tions which passed in the House of Lords. It is reported that, the Marquis of Normanby, late Lord Mulgrave, Lord Lieutenant of Ire- land will succeed him. Sir George Arthur, it is said, has followed Lord Durham's example and is returning. Sir John Colborne is in the meantime to have the general command. The results of the registration were occupying the daily journals, and several radical demonstra- tions had taken place without, however, pro- ducing any commotion. Consols were firm at 94. It is reported that Mr. Spring Rice will take Lord Glenelg's post at the head of the Colonial Department. The Katherine Stewart Forbes left England three weeks before the Thomas Harrison, and is therefore overdue. Chief Just...

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

ADELAIDE AND PORT LINCOLN TRADING COMPANY. /^ : , ?^ rtrtrtA •. "* ••• , HW?s*ai4?3p? mi 2?)?'O ShfT*R q( £\Q each. -. <<?6e mwMteycaUetup. Managin^Uireet.ir—Charles . miih, Ksq. inspecting Uirectors t?? he apiiointed by the Shareholders after signing, he Deed of Set- nient. . Bankrrs— lhe Rank <>f Australasia. Anm'i l",Uur7-'*J:!5 t'iew Sniilli, Esq; APPLICATIONS for Shares to be made to         CUarlro Smith. I sq, at (he Adehid. an-! Port Liyrala HnlA or lo Matthew Smith, Lsq.Witor, Nurrl, Ter,v,ce. on ~a.n,K',u irf 10 permit deposi. the amount of the Sl, aiv , apphed for, t. be. paid ? the Bank of -?- •?'/, , . ? . . The deed of settlement is' now in preparation and will be?-..iiiiil 0,1 ~i an iifih day. r.ull part icii as. t ilu'm:umiM. iiso! 'thcCtmi- pauy wiil lie lad l K .r.. r c ilie jippJlfanls lor Mi.ivs on ihe com,,|,Mi<,,, of the deid, before MRiung which a?v ap,.1,,- S H,...

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COLONEL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

COLONEL LIGHT. WE are glad that our limits this week prevent us from exposing the unmeasured falsehoods promulgated by Mr. Mann in reference to the communications between this Excellency the Governor and Colonel Light. Next week we       shall discharge a duty that must become doubly painful to us, if we are disappointed in our expectation that Colonel Light will him-   self perform the act of justice which is required at his hands. Indeed, we are at this moment most loth to believe that Colonel Light has not already corrected the foul misrepresentations alluded to; for, however slightly we may have regarded the late Surveyor-general's judg- ment on many points, and however much we may have regretted that he has suffered himself to be duped by the designing persons who have surrounded him, we have never doubted or denied to him the possession of the character of an officer and a gentlemen. Our persuasion,   therefore, ...

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

SALES HV AUCTION. ??????<*?- LAND, hUKsL^, CAKT, &c, Tht Profittty of' a (Jtutltmun ieuvtny the Colony. TO BE SOLO BY PUBLIC AICTION, by a. anym^M, . On FRIDAY, March Bti., on tlie Irciiii^cs, op posite hast atid liieese'ti \<trd, W cymoutli street— AaL'l'fiKlO? CAIIT HOttSii, Clevland bred, using five ye*is old. A good water tart, ditto horee cait, with har ne&s, saddles, Cv:. coinplete 'J w ulve pair biiperior Tumbler I'igeona. Lot of sundries. And v Freehold quarter acre of No. 182, com oi?iiding a Bpleniiid mta view of holdfast Bay, the Harbour, &c, trotu which all vessels coming uj> the Cult call be seen with the naked eye. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY N. BEN T HAM, Government Auctioneer, 'By Order of his Excellency the Resident Com missioner, at the I'rciiiises known as the Old Po>t Odice— A^LL those superior Frames, Doom, Windows, and PutiiiK* uf the Building iiitendvd lur the original Governineiit-house. A large lot of oatmeal...

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INCREASE OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

INCREASE OF SHEEP. WE have seen, and probably printed, various calculations touching the increase of sheep, We take however, the facts which we have this day the pleasure of communicating to our readers, as a much more important and sub- stantial proof of what can be done in our splendid country with care and attention. Early in April last, Mr. Robert R. Leake, a young gentleman well instructed in pastoral affairs, and formerly employed by the South Australian Company (whose service he states he left in disgust), landed in the province 390   ewes and 10 rams. The dropping of lambs unfortunately commenced immediately after landing, and while the ewes were suffering from the effects of the voyage, so that a con-   siderable number were lost. The produce, however, of the flock on the 1st of June amounted to 351 lambs. On the 1st of Janu-   ary last the same ewes lambed the second time, and the produce was 306 lambs: making the increase of Mr. Leak...

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ACCUSATIONS OF THE GAZETTE AGAINST THE LATE RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

ACCUSATIONS OF THE GAZETTE AGAINST THE LATE RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. THE Late resident commissioner has only to thank his adviser Mr. Mann for the revival of matter which we should have desired for his sake, to bury in [?] Our silence, how- ever, has been rendered impossible by the re- iteration of the very gross misrepresentations         of that skilful mischief-maker. In a recent   number of his lying rag he has "traced out"     what he calls a "few simple damnaory facts"   as follows:— " George Stevenson, the editor of the Gazette, and John Hindmarsh, the late Governor, had, one in the Government paper, the other in despatches, committed them- selves beyond retrieval. Accusations of the   most gross description had been made by both against Mr. Fisher, and the reputation   of each was thereby irretrievably connected with the proof of that which had been...

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PORT PHILLIP AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

PORT PHILLIP AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. IN a late number of the Gazette we reprinted from the Melbourne journal a somewhat amusing comparison between the merits of the Port Phillip settlement and South Australia— much, of courts, to the disadvantage of our   fair province. Indeed, the author appears to reseble the candid and impartial gentlemen         who form the opposition clique of Adelaide, and, like them, he certainly does not stickle at an occasional bouncer. We notice the trash, however, from the same motives that have led   us to expose the fulsome encomiums which certain lying land-jobbers have contrived to   circulate in England. South Australia only requires that the truth, the whole truth, and       nothing but the truth should be known to be   the chosen of all emigrants, and we continue to set our faces against the disgusting puffery...

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TO COLONIAL REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS.   The notice of Mr. Mann's letter is ex-   cluded till our next. Delta's letter on the new licensing act : G.A.S. on the establishment   of a shipping Company, and many other communications and notices are also unavoid- ably deferred.

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JURY LISTS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

JURY LISTS AN exceedingly unfair attack has been made by Mr. Mann on Mr. Nicholls, the Clerk to the Magistrates, in reference to the Jury lists for the present year, and which places in a prominent point of view that morbid jealuisy which prompts the numerous extravaganzas of the ex-Advocate-general. Mr. Nicholls has but recently arrived in the colony, and bears so high a character among his professional brethren that the Governor did not hesitate to appoint him Clerk to the Bench of Magistrates.   It became Mr. Nicholls' duty to arrange the Jury lists for the present year; and, consider- ing the disadvantages under which, from our rapidly increasing population, such lists must necessarily be compiled, that duty, it is gene-   rally admitted, has been most fairly and honestly   performed. Some few names have been omit- ted which we should have been glad to have seen placed upon the lists; but these onissions are clearly accidental, and most cer...

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Extract from Captain Start's Report of [?] Creek. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

Extract from Captain Sturt's Report of Strange's Creek. "The creek is approached over a flat on which there is six feet water at low tide, the creek varying in depth from two to four fathoms, and is perfectly navigable for boats, not having any shoals in it. It is nearly three miles from the entrance of it to the Para River, but is navigiole for boats to within half a mile." PS —March 1. Since the above was written, I have had the pleasure of receiving from Mr. Lindsay (of the firm of Hindmarsh and Lindsay, surveyors), who is now engaged in surveying   the extensive tract to which my notes refer, a cummunication, from which the following are extracts:— " At daylight this morning (Thursday, Feb 27) we entered a beautiful inlet about one hundred yards in width, having four and five fathoms inside for a distance of half a mile, where it divides into two branches, each branch having a depth of water running from two to three fathoms for some distance. We proceeded up the ri...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. 1839. PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. ?– OVERLAND ARRIVALS OF SHEEP AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1839. PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. — OVERLAND ARRIVALS OF SHEEP AND STOCK. THE last week has been by far the most im-   portant that has elapsed since the formation of South Australia; and it is in a spirit of un-   affected gratitude and thankfulness that we announce facts which place the triumphant progress of our colony far beyond either doubt or question. On Saturday last we had the happiness to welcome Mr. Edward J. Eyre to Adelaide. Our readers, no doubt remember that Mr.   Eyre was the gentleman who last year explored the overland route from New South Wales with a fine herd of cattle, second in point of time to Mr Hawdon. Mr Eyre then expressed his opinion of the practicability of driving sheep overland, and stated his intention of making the attempt. That attempt has been made, and has been perfectly successful. Out of one thousand sheep brought to the colony, the loss on the route has not exceeded o...

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

THii >O( I M AI.'STIMLIAN (i \7FTTE ' ' ' jt j^ i£S*l Esffj^flh ?r^qK3|^yafffS& vf^£j**isS3||^3^Sr "^-x-'.: -rfS^^*4? . — ah mini id' j/'-rw r, , , n iht* C xsvTTt J'i ,i IV. ''ZZL* ?i Lhi Li T iai•;' Ti T ~/, sidertd official awl ••bcyet as sum. rvn C'\in"%i'FPlfE\ twvi/. *n. oj?? isLretani ' •' Anno Secundo Victokuk Regin*. (No. I.) AN ACT to regulate thr Retail of Liquors, and to preserve yoni order in flicensed Public-• oust*, ijfT'fi'REAS it is expedient to make pro ?V visions for the retail of wines, spirits, and other fermented liquors, within the province of Australia, by licensing public-houses, and to m*ke regulations for preserving good order therein— Be it therefore enacted, by His Excellency Lieiitciiiint-Cw'ioiie) Gr iimk Gawleh, Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. Governor and Commander in-Cliiet of the province of South Australia, by and with the ?dvice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows :— I That after the eighteenth dny...

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

NO TICKISIIKRK it V G I V X N that a funeral Alerting ol 'the Justice* ot t l, l W inf ,,,rtl,l.ii t ol Adela.de. ?, Sssssas?: elev.../o'clock in-rde fuunoon, lor che cv,. m,lavtta? of appluat.ous lor hcenre* for the r)i< M ytu, ml f..r K r..iuiu* mtiticaies i., lii-entM! 4or tiir sale ?f u-iiu'. beer, spirituous ami ofl'fr ler.aiiiid i^u.jis puituani to the A. tol .. Ci-uncil hi bui-ii 1-anV ina.u-mill pniviiied. By order of tiie ??0... <i. M. wwukk, Ch?.ir .nun ol the Oeni.ii uf Magistrates Jo^?&> Police Office, March 2, 1839 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN       that the following effects of unclaimed property will be sold by Public Auction This Day,   at Five o'clock in the afternoon, at the Police- Office, near the Company's Stores, North-terrace,     About twelve sacks of bran A set of shoemakers' tools and box A chest containing sailo " containing sailor's clo An empty di...

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

tap or manager, the notice is to be couuned to to those puinu, and no certificate will be ne cessary. To the Worshipful tbe Justices of the Peace acting in and for tbe lVoviuce of South Australia— I, A. li. of [here state the residence and trade or catling] do ber?l?y give uuhce that it is my intention to apply a\ the next meeting of Justice* ta be be tioldeu hi and for the district of in this behalf for a certificate approving of my receiving a licence to sell ale, beer, and otiier malt liquurs, and wine, cider, finger beer, spruce oeer, uiamly,gi?, rum. whisky, cordials, uud other spiiiiuous or fermented liquors in tbe house and premises situ>iti-d in str? et, ut and which 1 intend to keep us an urn or public-house. I ?e n r co propose C L). oi [residence, trade, or calling] ana E. I', [residence, Hade, or calling] us my sureties. Dated this ,ot One tuousaiid eight hundred and A. I). If tiie Applicant desuvs to keep a tap or tap. room ?ep,(i-4te from the house or having a separ...

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

to the said booth for liquors or allowing them to   remain therein: And it is hereby declared that it shall be lawful for any Justice of the Peace or officer of Police to enter and search such booth at all times and seize and carry away all liquors   found therein to which the approval aforesaid may not extend, together with the vessels contain- ing the same, bearing a written account thereof at the said booth and tor the said licensed per- son, which liquors and vessels, if sufficient cause to the contrary, to be allowed by the Resident Magistrate of the district, be not shewn within three days afterwards, shall by the same or any two Justices be condemned and forfeited, and from whose adjudication there shall be no appeal, and as soon as convenient after condemna- tion, shall be sold, and the net proceeds thereof applied to the use of her Majesty solely, if the liquors shall have been found by a Justice with- out information or assistance, otherwise half ...

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DISCOVERY OF A SPLENDID TRACT AT THE MOUTH OF THE GAWLER RIVER. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

DISCOVERY OF A SPLENDID TRACT AT THE MOUTH OF THE GAWLER RIVER. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette.               GENTLEMEN- I have great pleasure in for-   warding to you the notes of my recent ex-   cursion into the country, though their only interest consists in one solitary addition to our   geographical knowledge of the interior of the     province but which may hereafter prove of   great advantage to the colonists, and, as you will perceive by the sequel, of no little benefit   to myself - I am, Gentlemen, Yours, &c. Geo. M. STEPHEN... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...Colonial Secretary's Office, February 21, 1839. Early on Saturday morning last, Mr. T. B. Strangways, J P., Mr. Nation, myself, and attendant, left Adelaide and, proceeding in a N.E. direction, arrived, after...

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Adelaide, Feb. 23, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 28 February 1839

Adelaide, Feb. 23, 1839. SIR—I have the honor to report to you, for the information of His Excellency the Go-   vernor, my second arrival in the colony of South Australia overland from Sydney with stock. My party is composed of thirteen individuals, exclusive of myself, and two boys aborigines of the Hume and Murrumbidgee rivers; and my stock consists of about one thousand sheep, about six hundred head of cattle, and four teams. We left Limestone Plains (our point of de- parture) on the 5th December, 1838, and fol- lowing the high road to Port Phillip as far as the crossing place of the Murrumbidgee, we turned down that river to the westward, instead of following further south, as all the parties coming to this colony had previously done, and by this means we avoided crossing the several rivers on that line of road, materially shortened the distance, and obtained a more abundant supply of feed and water for our stock. After passing my party twice across the Murrumbidgee...

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