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

A M ( J.I. TIIOM .\S returns his xiacorc tlmiiKs K. ' l<i liiti tVicmls ;<iul the public tor the en imuaLi inout he h?i roi'(*iv<*(l since his coiiiiuriii'C iiKiit in li'jsiiiess, v.''.'. bcjjs to inform them that In l.:ts ik'cliueil tho General Storokecping Do. )..iitm..'jil in favor of J. Fisher, for whom he <y,^.i^ :i continuance of those favors which have l••li i-I.tn<red upon liiimelf. N.I!. ■ >"-. T. fontiitucs to carry on the Tailoring 'V|i.iii>neiit in all its braurheit, ut present two it'uoi. liilotv his late rebidenc*. ■ IIsIIDH bees to Inform his fri<<n<ls ninl tlie %" ? pn'jlic-generally thut he lias mti-rtrd upon Vw :itj.iv?- ■•oneein, ?vfipri? In; hnpes by sitti.-litiitu t.i l>usi:iess, constantly ki'^pini; :i p>"hl article, irtul M-llitiu' that at this lowest ]ios>ih!c reiiiu. iii'iMliiii; profit, to merit :i ..mtiiiinncc of tluit putiouuuv uml support ?<i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

to < irr 11 km.vm-.d, « Wti.L-Kf 11. T C.iti;::•:.?, in :: f. need f tvthii, on tin- f-mdli tnvK, v.li.-rf the water is <■*- <<-!Ji-iit, and i!ist;:tit i'tom Adelaide four wiles. l'< tsitunlion ;ii.l otli«'i i;ilv:iiua ■.<■:> icnd.r il in i . n r«-<|>'.T! a <|c"--.:i!)!e ai-quisllioti fi>r iisvjli-!^, ir ri>r jii-rsoijs icijuiHiiL' ? eliniiue of air- '1 '"■" ii.-.- ■>!' i'..i; i-ov.s, gur.ii'll, lii.uluv. iivl., ?«:iy I-"' :^.v..lii|«.:i. N.V.—Noi.l- mvril enquire who haw a lair'; fl.:.l>V. ,Vj'-!vtrti. W. Uol:i!>, !V*iiHiu-?(r«.'Pt, or, 1...H stores, \ii't.iri-i.«<i'.ni.'. \!«.i ii ronmioilious •.-••llur to lot in ]'ra«^!iii uM; I'Ol'Ml It t VAIJO. |" ():T— a !<,v Timor l'..:iey willi lofT tiiimi1. •*-' 1:.i:i..l Voiiii.-. : i|::j>. Wi.o..'M.T\V!li l'ii«.i ii- •:.-::<■ t.? -.f .-<ji"; M.?'r. Aiii.li.uik. will r«<-i'iv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

SALES BY AUCTION. in he soi.n uv I'uni.io auction, UY A HAIL/ S. Tills DAY, Sli-a May, IS4O, at his room, lliitillcy-sticei, at one" -?'cluck, (if not previ ously disposed ol'liv private contract.) \UlllfK-UU JLT'COTTAGC, well furnished, au*l situated on half an acre of l'n-uliold laud, in (he villa-,, of Kensington. The spot is ■A most dvli^litftil .mo, iilnl l?it a slum «sis'.:-.?ee from tin.- I'ark Laud ; a well of excellent water on the premises. Further particulars anil :iu inventory of the furniture may l>e had tit the olliee of tin? Auctioneer. ".'. Tl><ii'i.>iii:iiniii^ portion of a lease, having got oiu'hl yens and .1 h.lt'(o run—of live Ikiusos in tin-most populous parlofCur ii''-.sin-ft, ii|t|tosit<> Mr Anderson's Giocor—four of them iK-ing nicy* cottage*, and the siftlithat l:'iv.v w«%atlier-l>oanlcd lion?e known as tile Saw yer's. Arms. A well of excellent water is on the adjoining propein, to llu> uso of which the tenants an: emi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

fiiiierr.l Drwj and Dispensing Cstubiiihuoit \ Ane M AWiA Vtr/ufi; mv/ i/n; Zfoiifc o/ 6'uic(/. I DR G'.'ilvA in i entitling tiii>nks to the lululii -111..11 <>i' AiiciaiiJc. i.iid itie C<iloiiisis.g<-<n> t...1y tot liii very Ilbir.ll support witli vtiiicti Hit) L.vv- bonoivd !>'?<) in tUt uliovr.- «6tulili?lunfi.i. urtf.-i to uiuioilliif tljut 11 l.ab LJi.arKoi Ills >'o> 1{ «--wn:...:i-i#..;:> iifili Jia* lii.V ft*.!)' .'Or 2 uY a (.Vhuiln .a.yd 'iVc'i .V. L*i"'.•■•■. •.•■.•! i -..--ii; o; !),tlj? > Jiimw.h -1 ...... .:."it.-;i n ;i C. ;:;o .NJriiiciiie.<. I'd cut tfedi «.-.i's, I vi vi.r.ny. i.V-tii.is, esMMicial Oiis, &r &.: , ninth in- iluv ulli-16 mi the inut: Kuboiiubli 11-l U:S. '• i/e tJMi-niir.ii Dcomtiut.tf as fi.frediiou' ):■ at uiitiv-il to Kill ti-.i ui-uy ami tii^jju^ch. ' vva' 1 i-. >. An •tii'-ti-ii' f>> tlii'.iliuvo«-staiiii>iinient. None need iij. :...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

MARRIED. —This Morning, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. C. B. Howard, Thomas Newman Turner, second son of Thomas Turner, Esq., of   Ash, in the county of Kent, to Hannah, youngest     daughter of the late Wm. Holbrook, Esq., of Derby.     DIED. —On the 20th instant, Miss M. Bathgate, third daughter of the late Archd. Bathgate, Esq.,   Stirlingshire, North Britain.  

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Sunday, May 17.—The schooner Essington, 123 tons, John Archer commander, from Launceston and Port Fairy, with 32 tons potatoes, 219 bags oats, 3000 paling, 10,000 laths, 4000 feet New Zealand pine, and one spring cart. No passen-   gers. Monday, May 18,—The cutter Alice, 30 tons, from Port Lincoln, in ballast. Tuesday, May 16.—The schooner Waterwitch,   98 tons, John Rolls commander, from Launceston having left that port on the 12th instant, with a cargo of flour and sundries. Wednesday, May 20.—The schooner Victoria, 28 tons, Hutchison, from Kangaroo Island, with   stones for the new wharf. Same day.—The cutter Frances, 16 tons, from       Kangaroo Island, with stones for the Company's   new wharf. SAILED.   Tuesday, May 19. The barque Lady Emma, 135 tons, Captain Thomas Buckland, for Laun- ceston, in ballast. Wednesday, M...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES by AUCTION. DURING THE ENSUING WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

ABSTRACT OF SALES by AUCTION. DURING THE ENSUING WEEK THIS DAY. Bentham & Co., at their rooms, Hindlay-st., at six in the evening—sundries. N. HAILES, at his room, Hindley-street, at one— freehold and leasehold property. MONDAY. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King William-   street—merchandize. TUESDAY.   SMITH & VALLANCE—at Mr Crispe's yard, Franklin street—cattle and sheep. W. H. Neale, at his rooms, Franklin street— crockeryware.   WEDNESDAY. BENTHAM & CO., at Port Adelaide, at half-past eleven—merchandize. THURSDAY. SMITH & VALLANCE, at their rooms, Hindley-st. —merchandise.   SMITH & VALLANCE, at their rooms, Hindley-st. —wine and spirits. FRIDAY. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King William street—freehold and leasehold property.  

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1840. THE LAST CAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1840. THE LAST GAZETTE. No business will be transacted at the public offices on Monday, being in commemoration of Her Majesty's Brithday. The Resident Commissioner has allowed the South Australian Company to waive the special   survey demanded by them on the 2nd March, 1839, at Port Lincoln, and to take in its stead a corres- ponding quantity of land from within the bounda-     ries of the other special surveys purchased by the Company, under the considerations that the before mentioned survey at Port Lincoln does not contain           within the outline described, a reasonable propor-     tion of suitable land, and that it was taken at a   period when they geography of the country was very indistinctly known.   during the last week two sections in district C have been pu...

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MARKETS. SYDNEY. APRIL II. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

MARKETS. SYDNEY, APRIL 11. Fine flour per ton £45 Beef per lb 4d Seconds do £30 to £35 Mutton per do 4d   Wheat per bushel 16s Butter fresh per lb 3s Bran per do 1s 6d Cheese per do 1s to 1s 4d   Maize per do 8s Sheep each 14s to 18s Bread 2lb loaf 8d Sheep each 14s to 18s   Hay per ton £9 to £1? Oranges per doz 2s to 4s     Potatoes per cwt 8s to 15s Apples per doz 2s to 5s The William, Captain Thom, from Sydney, arrived at Launceston, brings intelligence of     of the state of the wheat market in the sister colony on the 2nd May. Wheat bore a nominal price of 16s per bushel, although sales could not be effected at that price. Arrivals were due, and   hourly looked for, of vessels despatched to various   ports for wheat. Consumers were buying only from hand to mouth. Fine flour £40. HOBART TOWN, MAY 8. Wheat per bush 14 to 16s Beef per lb 9d   &n...

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PROC[?]DING OF THE COUNCIL. Friday Aley 15th, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. Friday May 15th, 1840.   The Governor laid on the table a bill enti- tled "An Act to authorize and regulate the impounding of Cattle," which was read a first time and considered. Adjourned at half past 12 o'clock. Tuesday, May 19, 1840.   The Council met at 10 o'clock. "A Bill for granting a Municipal Corpo-         ration to the City of Adelaide," was laid on   the table, read a first time, discussed, and amended.     Adjourned at twelve o'clock.

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DISMISSAL OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

DISMISSAL OF THE SUPERIN- TENDENT OF POLICE. THE Governor has dismissed Mr. INMAN from officer as Superintendent of Police. It is with very sincere reluctance, on many accounts, that we refer to the particulars of this unfortunate affair; but the causes which have led to the dismissal of an officer holding a   situation so important as that of Superintendent of Police, cannot, in justice alike to His Excel- lency and the public, be concealed. The facts of the case are briefly these:—   Early in the present year Mr Inman was directed to order for the police force thirty tons of hay. Mr Inman did so accordingly, from Mr. John Baker, merchant, who supplied     the quantity required at the rate of 10L per ton. and who has since been paid 300L.— the proper market price of the article. In April last an account, in the name of and signed by Mr John Allan, merchant, was transmitted for approval to the Colonial Secre- tary, for the identica...

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PUBLIC MEETING—SUPPLY OF FLOUR. (From Wednesday's Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

PUBLIC MEETING—SUPPLY OF FLOUR. (From Wednesday's Chronicle.) CHARLES BECK &.CO. GARRRATT & FISHER. ON Monday forenoon, a public meeting was held at the sale Rooms of Messrs. Bentham & Nonmus, King William-street, to devise some means for procuring flour for the supply of the colonists, from the best markets, and at a moderate rate. David McLaren, Esq. having been unanimously called to the chair, shortly stated the objects of the meeting. He remarked, that it was really thime the colonists should take up this subject. The idea of subjecting themselves to the enormous taxation of two shillings for the two-pound loaf— the current price only a short time ago—was quite preposterous. He (the chairman) had no wish to retrench on the time of the meeting; but would merely remark, taht he hoped those present would disabuse their minds of anything like an idea that the meeting was one in which the projectors wished to place their interest in advance of the public. No o...

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THE QUEENS BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

THE QUEENS BIRTHDAY. It is intended to celebrate Her Majesty's birthday with every demonstration of affec- tionate loyalty. We have been favored with the following programme of the proccedings of Monday next, which we publish for general information:—     At eleven o'clock the Adelaide Volunteer   Cavalry will form in front of the Sappers' and Miners' barracks. The Mounted and Foot   Police will also form at same time and place.   At half-pst eleven they will be inspected by His Excellency the Governor.   At one o'clock a royal salute will be fired. His Excellency will then hold a levee and Mrs Gawler will receive the ladies of the colony. At two o'clock the Sunday School Children will assemble and sing a loyal hymn, and after-     wards be supplied with tea and cakes. At the same hour the Aborigines will be   assembled by the Protector and the German Missionaries, ne...

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THE GOVERNORS OPINION OF PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

THE GOVERNORS OPINION OF PORT LINCOLN. THE Port Lincoln Harold, published on   Tuesday, contains a full account of the pro- ceedings which took place at Port Lincoln during his Excellency's stay there. We think   it unnecessary to transfer more of the report to our pages than merely the Governors opinion, founded on personal observation, regarding the capabilities of the Port Lincoln district. At the public dinner given to his Excellency by the settlers there before leaving, his Excel- lency, in returning thanks on his health being drank, spoke as follows:—       Gentlemen—I return you my best thanks for drinking my health, and for the manner with which I have been received at Port Lincoln.   Your good feeling I return by sincerely wishing prosperity to you and to the beautiful locality for   which you have settled. I am interested in the welfare of every colonist, but desire for the pros- &am...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Kept at Fo,t Lincoln by J.B. HARVEY, Esq. JANURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Kept at Port Lincoln by J.B. HARVEY, Esq. JANUARY. Farenheit's Ther- mometer. Mean   Day. Wind. Temperature at Weather. 9, 12, and 6. 1 SW 80°     2 W 88 3 NW 80 4 W 72 S 5 SW 65     6 E 65   7 E 68   8 E 75   9 S 75   10 SW 73   11 SW 68   S 12 SW 65 13 SW 68 14 SE 70 15 E 74     16 SE 76     17 SE 78   {75 at 9} Very hot nrth wind 18 SW {104 at 11} till 11a.m. Cloudy {80 at 3} & windy afternoon   S 19 E 76   20 SW 78 21 S 76 22 E 75 23 S 77 24 S 70 25 E 64 S 26 SE 62 27 S 65 28 NW 80 29 SW 74   30 SW 72 31 S 70 Weather. Thndr & rain night Shower Thunder showers Cloudy Cloudy Windy   Windy   Fair Fair Fair Wind and showers Showers Windy Fair Fair Fair Fair Very hot nrth wind t...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

PORT PHILLIP. BY the Waterwitch we have Melbourne papers to the 20th April, from which we make the following extracts:— The BRITTANIA.— Captain Moore, of the reve- nue cutter Prince George, arrived at William's Town on Friday last, having several weeks ago been despatched by the Sydney Government a second time in search of the crew of the ill-fated Brittannia. Captain Moore found the long boat on the beach near Cape Howe about twenty-five miles to the southward of Twofold Bay, as had been represented by the natives, and he is of opinion, from the position he found her in, that she must have been beached by some of the crew or pasen- gers. The boat was entirely empty. From   several suspicious circumstances, Captain Moore     is of opinion that our ill fated countrymen who landed in the boat, must have been murdered by   the natives. One strong fact in favour of this opinion is, that on all former occasions when Captain Moore visite...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. OUR Van Diemen's Land papers are up to the 9th instant, but excepting the prices of wheat and flour, which will be found among our markets, there is nothing worth nothing.                   The following sensible remarks as to the   probability of the prices being very soon low-   ered, we copy from the Launceston Advertiser   of May 7:—   THE PRICE OF CORN.—Every man may reason-   ably claim a right to conduct his own affairs in   the way which he imagines to be most conducive   to his own interests and happiness; but, as no one cay say, with truth, that he is infalliable, we would suggest to our agricultural friends that the probably future state of the corn market is not unworthy of their serious attention. We are the last in the world who would wish to see...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefally corrected up to the 22nd May.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefally corrected up to the 22nd May.) VEGETABLES,—Sweet melons 9d to 2s each O watermelons 1s to 3s each; cabbages 1s 6d per dozen; onions 1s 6d per lb.; carrots and turnips 3d. per bunch. Live Stock.—Good milking cows £10 to £15 per head; working bullocks £20 per pair; horses   50l to 100l each; breeding ewes 35s to 42s per head; fat wethers 30s to 34s per head. ADELAIDE:—Printed 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. Advertisement 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 will be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. The South Australian Register is regularly for- wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

FOU POUT PHILLIP. To be despatched this Day Saturday tlwT.ird., JL^S-** THE schooner TMUGAMNI, P. MKfMj/m —Pati-ii.son, Commander. JfffflMX!*' For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to «^&SSBP J. WALKEK, Hindlcy-strcut. FOH I.AI'NCKSTOV, HW sail on Stniduii nr.it, 'Utli instant, a TH E tino i';ist-sailinir tmu' />•■!' ' Hi, Ar&Wj&z'lll* '?"s l lor register, X. Pi. .vita:, '<SsB£gM& CHAKLL.S BLCK"& CO. Adelaides May H, IS-10. FOH LAI'KCKSTON, 'J'u follow (tie " liarid," and it ill -tail on the 'MUh instant, A^ff^c rfllll". if|rul:ir trailini; Schooner #C^. |_ W.MICHWITCH, 130 tons, *+t*rs&fia?f Captain Drrr, Smitli-ti'mre. or !■• I.IiAS. lU-CK & CO. Adelaide, May 21, IS 10. : A KIXiUr.AK TUADKIt, Expected daily, and trill return iiuititiliutcly for liohai-t Town, a. >$"*= fT^lir. lino dhidiii-r Clt A /. jMmtms. -*- IE v? E A>l l:'d tous> *'• iMlili, commander. lor freight or passage, ripp...

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KING GEORGES SOUND-SWAN RIVER. THE floowin aeecunt of the recent hip to Western Australia. by Meers Eyre and Mundy, from the Pen of Mr. Fyre with which v. have been favored, will be [?]nd with gread int[?]: — To the Editors of the South Australian Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 May 1840

KING GEORGES SOUND-SWAN RIVER. THE following account of the recent trip to Western Australia. by Messrs Eyre and Mundy, from the pen of Mr. Eyre with which we have been favored, will be read with great interest : — To the Editors of the South Australian Register. I remain, &c. EDWARD JOHN EYRE. GENTLEMEN.—Mr. Mundy and myself having lately returned from a visit to the colony of West- ern Australia. I am induced to offer you a few re- marks that occurred to us during our residence there and journey overland from Albany to Swan River,   in the hope that they may not prove uninteresting to some of your readers now that the public atten- tion seems to be directed that way, and the pro-     ject of attempting an overland route for the tran-             sit of stock to have been contemplated. We found the harbour at King George's Sound to be very easy of access, and...

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