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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 May 1840

GENERAL COACH OFFICE. J.LONSDALE takes an early opportunity of announcing that he has this day opened   at his premises, corner of Morphett-street and North-terrace, a " General Coach Office," where places and parcels may be booked for the moderate charge of two-pence each. J. L. ventures to hope that the establishment will be a great convenience to the inhabitants of Adelaide and its vicinity. The strictest care will be at all times taken of the parcels left for convey- ance to the Port, or other part of the colony; and for the better security of plate, jewels, watches glass, and such like valuables, a small per centage will be charged as insurance when the value is above five pounds, of which notice must be given at the time of booking. J. Lonsdale has further to inform the public that he has made arrangements for the immediate delivery of parcels within two miles of Adelaide brought by the coaches leaving this office. May 4.1840. JOINT STOCK CATTLE COMPANY. AT a GENE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

TUUGA MNI, (schooner), 03 tons, Paterson, master—ditdianriujr cargo from Launceston. W.4iiHiOlt,(t,Uip) 47rt tons, Beckett, master— discharging cargo from London. Chas. Ueck & Co., agents. The Lady Emma and Minerva go down the ri«er to-day, to l?c ready for a start to Lauueeslou The brig David was sold by V. &E. Solomon on Wednesday for £800. Meesrs C. Beck &Co were the purchasers. Tlie Culdce ami Dauntless were advertised to lenvu (irecnock fur this jdaoc—the former on tin- *i«itli Deecnilicr, the latter on the 4th Jan. The Commissioners were advertising for t.'ii «|rrs for n ves«el to convey two hundred emi grants from lielfa?t to this place. The ship Mary, 275 tons, wai advertised fit Lnuiuwton for tiiis place—her cargo to consist principally of pressed hay. Tlic St'rathixlii was loading nl Sydney for this place on the 10th April—time of sailing not lixeil. The India, hence on thc2Jth March, arrived ut Port Thillipoii thclOlh April. The Tomatin, hence on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

Ci k~ A N li L«T T X H V O V STOCK. 4 CIIA.Nti: fOtt ALL! A GtCN^I-rMAN, ?lte Paripi.ir.Ton of tnc -TV lieid o( cattle hrou/litwvcrlaiid J>y Gi ougk iI.MIUoN, I-<J. and veil kiuiwt'. hk <li<* fi*irs( ivt*r iii!|:o'tcci imo the !V.iviiucof Somh Acs. livilia. li«r ()i'ter::.iiii'iJ co tlif'toFc* ol lli.'in b> inealih 01 a l.ntn-rv, iv uliii-h evvty Coiuiiir,. may ol tain v ciijtni'i! of scciiitti; for Jiini«t*ll mid hi« family a u'.;: iWil hod ut'sii.fk :.t a trirlin-- r;sk. '(*'<; herd is ::t tov^uiit (tij>j>iiiiin(T near the Poii're.s of the Torrms, ?vb.cr« they may be seen. It KMIMStv of— 251 J:«iv«.' bulliukfi, in ptiir.p ootifJitinn for tlie hi::r!iLT. The average ?vcij.,Ut is Uelicvi-d to he 7uO ltn. Jit) Cow,, many of rtrm hroV.en in. snd all iii calf, cliitily of l!.e well kimv.-n hiteds ot Air Mm-de.) utul Lr Keet!, aiid ulsu ol the i'.i!rli:,;ii breed. i )'<o i >t;l)ii*<*n-iinmt'is ]:eifprs iii....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

FOR LArXCKSTO.N, -j'"-, •■'... mi: run' ny;«..',nni i.-h-o,mi. ■■■';''■''■■•:■. SDl'i.lilCJii':--, Wm. Iii \vi, ■i ' ■ ': \ <--^y CO ii'ii:ili.|4.r. •.'■til tin;-. |i •/ r.-...i<: T. '•■:-.' L'~ •l!-..-^ •<-"! iii-.-x.-i-il-H :■.-•-€.--. -""• "i'Xrhs*:"-'•■'•? I'"'- i'«?- ,<•;••<. "u<i «".;. I) •i! •- ...I imiiK'.l: il.riy alU'i- ilu- juvsi'in cii'M is .|isfii-ir.-;<-.!. .lji;ilv to t!:o Cauijiu on biwi-.i or to JOHN W.VI.KI-U, llin.lliy-stuct. II 011 S E- S II OIS S X t'TIO >, OR, NOAWI.I'XtiA TOWXSIIII'. rpill? In- ir 11 ill .Neil.in win tic ,i :n for J'lll fl ri. i-t- in .■ !•••.?• <l.ijs. IU Mii.ill ,i|l.it':i.-ii'f, n« :i io«ti-liii.. iiii-1.1 tin- ii.itiw iiiieii.. ct Niw llii.-'.i, ii.ii'c.ili-y t.? ii pliin ulii.li in.iy In- m tr-ti i.l t'.x.- Cuinnivu-ial Ulli.-c ul liii- cou:li Au.luiSi.iSi Cm,.:.,,. ApplictiiilK l">r iMiltlll.!i:f iiiv i-i", iivi il In t'r m'sii'ur. n I >r>...

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MARKETS. ADELAIDE, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

MARKETS. ADELAIDE, MAY 15. Fine flour pr ton £60 Eggs per dozen - - 4s Seconds pur ton • £50 Sugar per ton £30 to £45 Oats per bushel 12s Soap per lb - 6d. to 8d. Bran per ditto - 5s Tea per chest - £11 Rice per lb ... 3d Rum per gallon 10s} in Potatoes per ton - £25 Brandy per do 14s} bond Ditto per lb - - 4d Hollands per do 6s } Hay compd per ton £13 Port per doz 35s to 48s Beef per lb - 8½d to 10d Sherry per doz 30s to 48s Mutton per lb 8½d to 10d Porter per cask £10 10s Veal and pork per lb 1s Colonial do £6 Fresh butter per lb 3s 6d Ale per cask £8 10s Salt do 2s to 2s 6d Candles per lb . 9d Pork per barrel - £9 Ham per lb 1s 8d Cheese per lb • - 3s Four pound loaf 2s 0d SYDNEY, APRIL 11. Fine flour per ton £45 Beef per lb . . 4d Seconds do £30 to £35 Mutton per do - 4d Wheat per bushel - 17s Butter fresh per lb 3s Bran per do - 1s 6d Cheese per do 1s to 1s 4d Maize per do 8s Cattle each £6 to £8 10s Bread 21b loaf 8d Sheep each - 14s to 18s   Hay per ton £9 to £11...

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LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

LATEST DATES FROM England - 26th Dec. Hobart Town 24th April Cape . . 29th Feb. Launceston 25th April Calcutta . 29th Jan. Melbourne - 10th April Mauritius - 15th Mar. Swan River 16th April Singapore - 12th Mar. New Zealand 25th Mar. Sydney- 11th Mar. China - 1ts March    

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. May 9.— The barque Lady Emma, 135 tons, Thomas Buckland commander, from Launceston. having left on the 30 ult. Passengers—Mrs   Sarah Boots, Miss Boots, Mr Patrick Tod, Mr Malcom Campbell, Mrs Ann Jones, and three in the steerage. Cargo :—390 bags oats, 215 bags flour, 5 casks do, 146 bags carrots, 95 bags bran and pollard, 12 brls pork, 1 coach, 1 dray, 10 hhds porter, 45 pkgs oilman's stores, 2 casks currants, 2 boxes soap, 2 chests tea, 7 bags potatoes, 10 pkgs tinware, 47,030 shingles, 1800 laths, 10200 paling, 5350 feet pine, 8 horses, 400 sheep. May 9.—The schooner Minerva, 89 tons, David Reid commander, from Swan River and King George's Sound, sixteen days out from the latter place. Passengers—Messrs Eyre, Mundy, S. Coot, David M'Donald, Thomas Costle, John Houston, John Whine, James Hunt, Thomas Pisbtone, Thomas Green, Thomas Cooper, John   Cooper, Peter Gerry, David Merren, and five black boys. Cargo—4 puncheons rum, 35 brls   po...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1840. THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1840. THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE. We are enabled, upon unquestionable authority, to stale that the Queen's mar-   riage is fixed for the fourth of February next.— Sunday Times, December 22.

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WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. COMET, (brig), 120 tons, Rodam, master— dis- charging cargo from the Cape. DAVID, (brig), 204 tons, —master—for Launceston on Wednesday next. Chas Beck & Co, agents. ELIZA, (barque), 301 tons, Mann master—about to commenre discharging from London. John Snooke agent. HERO, (barque), 160 tons, Hughes, master — discharging cargo from Singapore. J. Morphett agent. JOHN PIRIE, (schooner), Hay master—dis- charging stones at the Company's new wharfs. S. A. Company agents. LADY EMMA, (barque), 135 tons, Buckland master—discharging from Launceston. John Walker, agent. MARY, (cutter), 56 tons—discharging cargo from   Portland Bay. MINERVA, (schooner), 89 tons Reid, master— discharging cargo from Swan River. August & Cooke, agents. MORLEY, (ship), 578 tons, Evans, master — discharging cargo from London. J. G. Nash, agent. PORTER, (brig), 232 tons, Murray master— filling up for Port Lincoln. W F. V. Porter, agent. &nb...

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RETURN OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

RETURN OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. We are glad to announce the safe return from Port Lincoln, in the Porter, on Wednesday last, of His Excellency the Governor, Mrs. Gawler and suite. His Excellency is said to be much pleased with Port Lincoln ; but, as we   hear that a full account of his visit, and the proceedings of the settlers there on that occa- sion are to be detailed at length in the Port Lincoln Herald, on Tuesday next, we refrain from anticipating that account.

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HER MAJESTY'S BIRTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

HER MAJESTY'S BIRTH DAY. His Excellency the Governor will hold a levee on Monday the 25th instant, at one o'clock P.M, in commemoration of Her Majesty's birth day. Mrs. Gawler will receive the Ladies of the province at the same time.

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PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

PRICE OF BREAD. WE learn from the Southern Australian that a conspiracy exists among certain bakers to keep bread at an undue price; and we cordially join our contemporary in his endeavour to put down any combination of this detestable cha- racter. One baker, whose name has been mentioned to us, as refusing to join the trade, is Mr Sanders, of Hindley-street. There may be others who deserve to be classed with him, and we would gladly publish their names,   had they been communicated. The public can never refuse to pay the baker a fair profit; but there is a wide difference between that, and the arbitrary rate which a cabal of the sort we refer to may think proper to fix. What is most wanted, is the institution of a regular assize of bread, by which due weight would be   secured to the public. At present, we are credibly informed that what is sold as the 4lb. loaf is too frequently very much under that weight. Some stringent regulations on the subject are ea...

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GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGR APHICAINOTES ON THE PENINSULA OF "EYRIA," By His EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR, GAWLER, K.H. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL-   NOTES ON THE PENINSULA OF "EYRIA," By His EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR, GAWLER, K.H. WE have been honored by the Governor with the following interesting Notes on the Geologi-   cal and Geographical features of the Peninsula of EYRIA, which we publish with great satis- faction—not only as a scientific paper of great value—but as containing what cannot fail to be regarded as indisputable evidence of the true   character and capabilities of the Port Lincoln District :— NOTES. The peninsula of Eyria is nearly an equilateral triangle of two hundred miels on each side from   Cape Catastrophe to Denial Bay as its south-west- ern, from Denial Bay to the head of Spencer's   Gulf as its northern, and from the head of   Spencer's Gulf to Cape Catastrophe as its south-   eastern outlines. Its surface is naturally divided into three great   portions—the mountainous tract,...

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NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE SALE OF LAND. The following new regulations for the dispo-   sal of the waste lands of the colony, adopted by the Commissioners, are published in Thurs- day's Gazette:— Orders and Regulations made by the Commis- sioners appointed in pursuance of the Act 4th and 5th William IV. cap. 95, included "An Act "to empower His Majesty to erect South Aus-   "tralia into a British Province or Provinces,     "and to provide for the Colonization and Go-   "vernment thereof."   25th October, 1839. 1. That all regulations for the disposal in the colony of public lands, except as regards sales made previous to the date hereof, be revoked.   2. The surveys of public land shall, as far as possible, be carried so much in advance of settled     districts, that there shall at all times be an extent of land surveyed, and open to purchase, exeeding the wants of the c...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. THE Eliza, Capmann arrived from London after a rather lengthy passage on Thursday afternoon. The papers she brings are only a few days later than those previously received by the Morley. From them we select the following:-     HER MAJESTY'S MARRIAGE:- We see that it is stated in a Government paper that the marriage     ceremony of the Queen and Prince Albert will   take place at the Chapel Royal, St James's, and   that the heads of the the various departments in the   Royal establishment have been to the chapel to     make the preliminary arrangements. This we believe to be substantially correct, and, we are   enabled to add, upon good authority, that all things are ordered to be in readiness as early         as the 1st of February. We have heard also that   the King of Hanover has been written to on the &...

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[?] SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

[?] SWAN RIVER. ON Saturday [?], two of our most esteemed and enterprising colonists Messrs Eyre and Moody, returned from Swan River in the Minerva. [?] [?] the Swan [?] a month ago, and called at King George's Sound on   their way hither. The sheep and cattle which         these gentlemen took with them from this     place sold at excellent prices [?] cattle at from £15 to £22 per head; the sheep from 42s to 55s, each; i.. „ ix- i ..:- •• .•■■!-■• ■'~.■■: ;.-■ :"i. : .-, .i. the country from King George's sound to   Swan River. A number [?] of sheep and         cattle died from eating a noxious week, pecu-     liar, we have, to that district.   The Minerva brings no [?] [?] We learn, however, that the [colony?] is in very     great want of labor, and that the greatest pos-   &a...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

NEW ZEALAND. W.J. Kororarika, Bay of Islands, 11th March, 1840. SYDNEY papers furnish us with news from   New Zealand to 25th of March. The new settlement at Port Nichoison does not appear to have been well chosen, to judge from the fact that two day's rain completely flooded it, so as to render it necessary to have boats to covey the people from their huts. A great part of the temporary buildings had been swept away by the storm.     The situation of newly arrived emigrants, having only the privilege of squatting on the beach under [?] nor allotted portion of land     [?], and the daily expence of subsistence [?] out the little means felt on which rate, and   threatened scarcity, is very distressing and miser-a       ble in the extreme. The number of imigrants arrived was about two thousand and daily increas- ing which must tend to raise the price of every &n...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. ((Carefully corrected up to the 15th, Aug.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. ((Carefully corrected up to the 15th Aug.) ADELAIDE : —Printer and Published by the Pro- prietors, ROBERT THOMAS and Co., at the       Printing Office, Hindley-street, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price, per annum, £2 10s —£2 2s. if paid in ad-     vance. Advertisements not exceeding eight     lines, 4s., and 3d for every additional line. Advertisements must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted, otherwise     they wil be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. The South Australian Register is regularly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received. Port Adelaide—Mr Duncan.       New Port—Messrs [?] and Hare.   &nb...

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THE MOORGATE STREET BUBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

THE MOORGATE STREET BUBBLE. WE certainly never had any expectation that the parties who were connected with the Agri-   cultural hoax would venture to return to Adelaide for the purpose of representing the Moorgate-strect—or what they designate " The British and Australasian Bank." We believed it probable that should our exposition   of the recent transactions have reached them while concocting some fresh scheme of fraud or delusion, they might be forced to give a public account of their past conduct to secure them partial toleration from those to whom the whole extent of their trickery was unknown. In this conjecture we have not been deceived. Mr C. Boucher, " the manager," is wanted in Adelaide, and he remains in Sydney. The last ship from New South Wales brings us papers from that place containing long letters under his signature, in which the share which the Reverend Mr Milne and himself had in the agricultural swindle is falsely stated—much abuse throw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 May 1840

SALES bY AUCTION. TO BE SOI,O liV PCBLIC AUCTION, On the premises of Messrs Shepherd, Rosinn street, THIS DAY, Ifilh May, 1X40,— miilUl'Y ions Vuii Diemeii's Land Potatoes. JL Time of Stile, one o'cloik. Tt> nii SOID BY PUISI.IC AI'CTIOV, LV A. HAiLI S, At his Room, Hindley-street, on Monday, ISlh May, IN!0, at twelve o'cl-ck — AY KRY large assortmei:t of Ironmon^ei y, &c, inrlu'tliiir C patent mangles, mill with fly- i wl.eel, hlaeksiniihs' vice, turning lathe, 20 dozen jihte locks, airroi-semitlw'lll'-a and rasps, 5 <lozen shove's iiu-l spades, Cdo7.cn bi.sh fryir.;;jt:ins, pit j saws, p'.incs, haudsaws, potato furUs, tire dnifs, latcUes:, Uin^i's, screws 2 iron I)ei!sieaiN, &''.,& c. j Procisioits, .Merchandise, 4"c. ___——— TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, liV A HAIhHS, On Wednesday, May 20lh, IS4O. ai twelveo'cloek, jitnis llooin, Jiiiidley-stieil *., without reserve— SIX <l?/.en liotllod f/uils VI doze ii rasplieray vinogar and cher...

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