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SEED WHEAT. (From the Tas[?], Jyly 1[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

'-}.?.. SEED WHEAjf. (Trmm th* Tanmanian, Jul« Ii.) j WK copy the following extract trout me Kelso Chronicle, with reference to kiln drying wheat intended foraeed. At die first blush, such a measure does not ap pear feasible, because, it may be supposed, the vegetating germ woul$jL be destroyed by such a process: this isf:sHot the ease, howere", when properly attended to, and not overdone. It is no seihret, that roany vegetating seeds are impregnated with injurious tap, which the occa sioned hy the kiln-drying, completely evaporates, and the gera,1 thereby cleared from all disorders, is lefíiftó its natural force. Since reading this^fttract, a friend of ours bas been in correypondeace wiith Mr. Gilbert Robfrtson on the mabjßot, whose knowledge aud «xperitae« ' ia t : C ¿gticullure is Spatially adiaiUtai U b * of the first class : be says, that the Sweating or kiln-drying, is good for seed wheat, not only for the reasou we have stated, but also to preventjismttf. He maintains that sm...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Southern Australian. Q[?] atque decens cure, ct rogo, et omn[?] [?] —HOR. EP., 1, cp 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1839. NEW WORKS ON SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

1 2Tij? Soutient &uötraUam j verum atque deem* cur*t et rogo, et omni*¡it h»m ;$uih -HOB. BP¿, lib. I. ep 1, » ll. ... jil . " " - i ; ADELAIDE: WEDXESIMT, JcLr 31, 1839.' NEW WORKS ON SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BtFoRK us are two works of very recent dale, relating to South Australia, boll» Frffei the pea of Mr. John Stephens. vThe larger and mare important is A second and augmented edition of thé "iLaiid of Promise," ti nier the tillé of ."'The Ilistdty of the B'.se and Pi ogres 1 of the new British Province of South U-, A usttalia/* To litis title it has Just T claim, f«r it brains with the beginning-, or rather befóte the beginning, of the ' coiotiy,'dud comprehends vre think every | known particular connected with its pro- L - gress, down to lite date pf publication, Y M ticli credit is due to the compiler for tile I iiidustty and cat e w hich he has exercised | tu collecting and arranging, facts, not only I those cu ti nee ted with principles and I events, but also such as relate...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A[?] Shipping [?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

t \ flieUÄe Sföfing «t*»tt. f i ABRITALS. - I JUL* 19.-The schooner lA>w§tefi, Allan, firñ:gji Launceston, with general ctir^o. - J viv 24.-The brig William, Thora, iront Lua? ^l . ces«on# with general cargo. ' J Ju&.x24.-The schooner jflfciono, Hawwn, from \ flob^i Town, with pene>al cargo. \\ i ivir 21.- The aehobuer Soily J*»«, Saunder*. I j from fortland Bay, with a cargo pf potatoes, ¿tc y j Jcfev 27.-The" schooner Samuel Baker, Wild«, ¡ j fruiuiHobait Town, with general cai^o- \ DEPAftTUHE«. Jl'i.r 25-- The schooner Miiitrva. Pritchard^ fer .Portland Bay, with whaling «tore«. Jjicf.v28.- I he brig Doutt, Bobe:ison, for Syd ney, with surd.'ie». p >P^--Pi 'l-l ll nhl »111

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

&outi) Australian <5a?rtte. UNDER the authority of Her Majesty's Secre tary of State for the Colonies, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to reinstalo.. Robert Gouger, Esquire, io the office of,Colonial. Secretary of this Province, r Bv His Eicellency's command, GEORGE HALL. Private Secretary. Council Chamber, Adelaide July 8. 1839. THE Hon. HOBEST GOÜCKR having been rein- j ?tated in the office of Colonial Secretary, the prescribed oaths were this day administered tolihn by His EacelUacy the Governor, and he took., his seat j io Council accordingly. GEORGE HALL. " "C'erk of Council. NOTICE.-In accordance wiih the principle _ established by the Colonisation Commission- . ers in Article 30 of Appendix No. 4 to their First Annual Report {General -Information respecting the ' Colony, &c. dated 15th Februar*. 1839). His Ex cellency the ResMetit Commissioner has decided that in all cases in «hieb a section of one hundred and thirty-four acres ia selec...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MELODIES. No. 5. TIMOTHY'S PETITION TO HIS HIGHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

S OWL H AUSTRALIAN MELODIE». j Nb. S. By Timpth^Mort^ ^ s . -, I TIMOTHY'S IP ET IT ION TO ' * HIS EUfJHN£SS. Why bless the ! wliat a shower pf gifts jour Highness is bestowing ! We very soon shalt be the most-official l?r.ovince_gojng ; There's not another colony beneath the southern sun So well can fit with places ail^apacitie--br none. Your Highness ! may I be so bold as just a word to say ! . " Which U, that whee yb« neil" ate raak og I binga tc giveaway. 1 D'" I li o pu you'ii plea*** io bear tn mind I Ua»e a litlltr s«>n . He's young, but I no VT * «hil .»h:UingK are contain***! in one-pound-one ; " For offirv he i» qualified-in ailthiB^etjul eeiimpIete He ba« a poi kc on each side,abd writes a fair receipt 1 .*îo if you p'ea-e^»rettefas by vom own august desire) I hat vou appoint y o ung 1 imo i by - thal is, Tim Short. E»q«n"e - ' z'? - - - -. . , Tobe-but what ? ï lea *e it,-Sir, with deference to yo«. A ro**s is sweet. îïPwr»*e»" rallen-', «nd anything will di* Piovided...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

O'HG IX AL COR"ESrbXt>EXCE. Te ike T.t\'tior of the So.tlhern'Australian. : Sï*.- Ff-'»»« )(»p¡ o:iPi! t'-nt f did ant see tin'i' te-_\_ ;J*¡yri:e eniarks m «ie Hy^ifac JE} y or clotheJiïeg'tter ' iü last Saturday's i.umiier. "upon' ft»*- è' T^spnndene« which led lo my fUs¡»e¡.»io fr.-ruj *-ffi fr, Mr S even i«nn '. as v«r.ti!r-dt *\:\\ \\\- nc<Mi*tome<l fia dihnnd, to . chórreme with -te-w»S! jïeiîty^of- tñá> »«£r^È| a'frtîd» mi-» sía'.cmeii's,'* a=id pro¿céí*'t ndecfërè'frVit'"' i.Wv it h vet true that J-have I*en vilified and ahi*S!»d hr he Editor ol' h=» lieg sler." - ?nñ s c'-ndlv, that-th« statr-ment made hy m-tliat ! recaed my' rè-B-poïn* nient to the <-flHe of Emi^ra'ion Az«*nt Tr«im thc C«'*o . nir.ntinn Commissioners, is " a mere fiction.'" 1 bes leave tn ßi o ion the fae. s. ' O" the IS h Aotil Mr. Stevenson chose in the Rrgittsr tint enif falsely io a'irütute to me an anide uMcú had just au pes* ed in the Southern Australian, l-nj t...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ta the Editor of the Southern Australian. Adelaide, July 28th, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

Ta th* Editor nf the Southern Australian. Adelaide, Julj 28tb, 1639. SIR-The duty which I owe to the public and tnjscif compels me to request you will do me tbe fa-or to publish ihe accompanying- correspondence relative to my suspension from the office of Colonial Surgeon. If the-eerrtence passed on rae by HIN Excellency be just, then em I not only tmfit for the office I held, but eqnally unworthy the confidence of the colonists as a private practitioner. Wi>h 1400 claimants for gratuitous attendanre - in adobion to my private connection, one urgent profes sional dory mar occasionally interfere with another, but I defy a*iy person to prove one case of wilful Deflect or ma fa praxis against =me. In a íinül community like ours (be conduct of po h'ic tuen is cognizable to al, and every one is eepnh'e nf jmîging it, I therefore call upitii the cf lories, ca ecialiy such as came to tlie province at ih s ii-* p. nod with myself, and have observed the »bice '-u:s ";'mv public life since...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

Sales to 3?u2)líc faction. Tea-Sugars-Rice-Coffee. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By J. Richardson, THIS DAY, July 31. at 12 o'clock precisely, at hts iloo », comer ot Ki ig William-street, Hp\V ENTY chests office black tea ? Twenty hali chests dino Twenty 5 catty boxes gunpowder t«a Twenty lO-caity l^ t« s .uenoo* Twenty dilfo fi<ie hvson Two toi.s ti«e Mautitius sugar tii»e tun cottee One ton tint? rice 600 pounds Lpmlon'Vnouh'rs Ten barrels lioraan cement The whole unreserved-terms moderate. To Farmers; Livery Stable keepers, & others. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. Richardson, On Friday next, August 2nd, at twelve o'clock precisely, a¡ his Roo i s, corner of Kin* William and Hiadley Sueet*, without ie serve, r§nVENTY-FIVR TONS of fine Brown's ?* Uiver Potatoes 300 bushels nats 250 bushels bran 70 bushels seed barley 22 barrels ale " 4 tot«sbe;>t superfine fio»r J. B. calls the attention of the public to the above, the whole being of first-rate quali...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

Southern australian ©trice, THE fhllowinr are tb« terms of the «« SOlîtejSRN AUSTRALIAN," which to publubrt«Tery 4my morning, at the Office, comer of Ste»a«ap-pia». , PRICK O* TH* PIP»-ls per number, cr f^-per «mam. Sabsci Ibers have their papers sent to them tr j te. ed ; above 6 lines, Sd. per lin*-*A^S^*. .annbt be received later Uum*^^t.^,2Sr¿! .nd orden to discontinue Adjert«^e«ts ««"M* serted, must be seat to the office befoT s £c««on Monday, or they cannot be a"*"*** Yj* .Mats must be marked the number of tunes titeare to^ehSertodTortheywül bmcontiaueduntilcfaaier TtUitebscriptioasaad Ad»«rtis««s«*«» mm»* b| paid t»w ia advance. ^^^^ j Aimil ro» tuioDtmu *«"?*"". ¿_ £Ws«.- Messrs. TmMerfcpndcock. | ©Bee, » Austin Friars, and 17,St. Dunstan m ¡utter: " The Guardian" Office. l*cdti "«r *ury" Office,andS. Heald.Esq ,Surg^on^T, lUrteate. j JIWU: Hr. James Parda*, ^^fti!*^^?* I .tree«. Arista* * TJ^Í^ jSíSf í ' OfBe«. LavfUXrton z IC Do*4u«, B*l-. .'AdffrtW' HQfntc*. Sfnairr* Mr.G...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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MR. STEPHEN'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

MR STEPHEN'S LETTER         On Thursday last was put into our hands a small \ sheet of whitey-brown paper with some big, queer-looking   letters at the top. At first we thought it was           à new number-of Vjjie Egotist," and on . examination we-founJ it to bé something of that sort, t)ut with a different title, and ' edited by the too-well-known, instead ; of the " Great Unknown." On perusing- the epistle, which is addressed 44 To ilia Public ot South Aus tralia," we were grieved to observe thal the writer's proverbial bashfulness had drawn from him in the outset an apology which was by no means needed. Ile apologises for addressing the public *' prematurely." Now, considering that all the main facts have been before the public tvvo or three months, and that Our author nearly a* long sitiee indicted the proprietor of titi* joui nal ¡or alJ nd in .; t...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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[?] ON [?] COMPOSITION. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. Short Cottage, 29th July, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 31 July 1839

--. . > ?. W- . SI*T» «i> a>rtteLAKY cOMPoamon. To tti* Zditonof the Southern Juttraliam. ' Short Coting*. 29tft July, 1839 MK. EDITC*.-I tis long since I craved admission into that column of your paper, beaded *' Original Correspondence," and 1 would not now steal an hour from my peaceful occupation of wool-growing, did I not believe that 1 can so employ that portion of time as to' promote the public advantage. The whole community-that is, the male portion of it, is engaged in writing fetters for publication. Every man in the colony. *' from the highest to the lowest," is striving to emulate Mr. Watts, ot the Post Office, and become "a man of letters." We shall, there fore, undoubtedly shortly be able to produce in S.»uth Australia, a new and very superior aeries ot " Elegant Epistles." To aid in the production of this "consummation devoutly to be wisher!," i propose offering a few hints for the use of my fellow-colonists, who may contemplare plunging into the present fear...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curs, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1839. THE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

9»Vv&umatqu* aVeen*eura, «Irgyg «t pimfrfti A,« »ur».-Hem. pr.,líb;i7c^7TTlÍ ^ ADELAIDB : WED^ESDAI1, Aüéc ft 7,1839 A'WEEK or ~'¡^^í^^^}^^^^n^iá subgçripûoa 'v^cli h«d beert -lu» nobly begun for thV fonöda^ipn Coll^ " in ~ ----- %M'^^^Sm:w^ .ubi be * South AusteaUa-^w^S^ predicted tb^t snbs«OT¿ carried on tiîlBe^^raa^mF; lift ,&^poin^!0 .Wm favor of ail «st^üsbäifeiit At whic of this coteaTT xaajri Tecfeivelan as high an order as can 4kT England j 4s ' strong Wd uni* ' *" * " - -retail, Bi« most id we have so,lt M_^«wtaMjr pi «ne oT andi "will ¿nniliilate^ ^ t . t objections- 4ia$|^ti§iî^ih* mlteUigeiitin^.iisß? ^ e«à iUÏT' Among mofeé ¥e4tfWès£wbich the détermination Ol engine for moral/ mental* ¿BJ pavement ^This«1 futuregrfeaihfess. Thé trae land from whence we. cain sist ib;~iwr victorieS^ôr wealth intpiHgf^rn-i telligenoe to objectsTïf practical 0.1 resemble our parent iff A T ^ * víame!* kiwsofthe sam Of: To sa/ihot w^ liequiremOm 4mm 5tbe culturo of*e4ánd,í!a...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

schooner, q£ 90 ions, and the Subíima> Capt, Freeaiari. .á lfaiu*%T-Gtf.%u9, :w¿te- in Chatty Bay;?ÎÔW ^éatónd, ir> ApVSI tai*. These veteseís harefccee. fi ttedroat Ky. Jtfsieni. jSndexhy Sc :Co;>tbe emerpnslngi shipTOwne/e .«f ljp-ndof*, fat jthf^ipose discovenes.ih lhe South Seas. , Their instruction''1 èrë'îo; prbcéM'lue latitúaá &*^-%&afa*üto. a sceTtàïn Vnethèr Hfèrë fe land iïj AàtdirècfibV. If Ihiyl^Bd'no látid/¡ kbeyrjare)*o ièep anóat tbfe«OTfc Jat^udesma^ MâtàHàmMêmiiBvfcTlj ,^a^ ywh^; theyJ ny aurilia thMojagerv W*hej^*je separate |MrÄo\WuW^^ a uenf^letfcwlrá'^^ if; f t is supposed the »oaf waa lost.-:Murrm?* L^-. _ fe*ä4tn*^ . :;. ? -ç v ..:> "^^mo^ " BBJ:4».-We are happj to «tale that there ls :a redaction ¡a the price of bread here. Mr. Mann, ibo delivered in MOt ^n.jaf libp iQ^iB - 5BÇ& coadoctl oqgtatorecei^^^ ^OT4tiraë%rb^ pre* «èuteïtIrètnj; ^orfcedg :wbich oçca^Bed, .j^ present increased price of &at. article. . .Coate ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

M EC H A N ïcl^ INSTITUT*. ÖN ; Monday ' evening tast¿ : a u General Meéïitig of rae Afeè^ took place in .Ôjéîrs^|lp.ptisf^ /:'^^f^^MÈâsr H ind ley Street/ '^ÖJi^B^ in the chair. There was avery good attendance, and \\ e think ,the spirit evinced through out, augurs favorably for the advancement of the Institution. ? >: :¿ î!? ' " ^^rrMc^fcaTeUv'^^ dents,, announced^ of the Literary and ^C]en ti Bc Association had. consented to the amalgamation of the two ISoc eties, under the'name of Vi *Çbj| Literary and*. Scientific .Association/ aña Mechanics* Institute/?:; ;> Officers of the Instîtiftion were choseny and a,,ço$ë:of laws enabled. The fórmér 1 consist of bis Excrllency the ¡Grovernor^ Patron; John Barlo» Hack, Esq. Presi-; <!erít ; Robert Gouger; \ David McLaren^ and Jobjb "Morphett, Est] II ines, Vice 'Pt e aidents; IL Stephens^ >E*q. Treasurer ; anda Committee of twenty-four Members. Henry Watson, Esq. was appointed Hón^.Sec., à nd Captvî^alker and George St...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

ADELAIDE PRI^E CU»»t*ÎTC ';ilïi '.'Uti?** h-4a az Ale-Dunbar s. per deten* . .18 O to , 1, 0 *) tandou. btó¿ ^/ ; ft «<»«'« 5/ o Ábhby^> bàrtél tf. í ¿0^510^*0-v Golonnb:v> Wu!* î. ;fiöf £oPifc..: àajêl « . _-_. .ôfcW"e Deals, per foot.........- . 10-.. 1 Flour.colonial.per 100 tbs. 1 ll ff ., ll Hams, perlb./.^^ï^^^^^^r^SP'.. 2 I Hops* :do..... i Äi. AA O'J. O v"»2fí'0 ¿.I &ái*ei;per^héT/¿ ¿ tfjfíi^W"* .mttou, fresíj^per MßVÄS%»3 i- tl i¿. iíJib^ra^|ieTsfaiJa^;^^ií^ ; beî.'V* 18 do Porter, per dozen,...«» - ! - lÄi te^^ ¥ ö ir.-, . :«oioâiaV ';flo^-ií ¡.^¡V-1 O' *> PotV¿ per -barrel . <»S.V>ÎI? ij*nt :» O"- - ¿ Potatoes.^per toni ^ * --r, J0: -, i f .?. : Ä Hay, perton,,....!l Q Iron, &, i .*...*.. ..¿'..,19 ü' "0 ".. 20 -0 1 *0 3 0 i» itt o « «IM* ISugár, MaarMaM^io^rh . ùfîi;t>iô|f «ÎÎOÏÏÎIT ^ t^^^pS^^ ;v*f IiiJ jl^fcyWn^lpWél^ mf&j2&r*&J£¡j aofër J¿v.^v&fcqo* -tob Sbeiry <ifiW*j^Jié|?...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIAN BANK, AND AUSTRALASIAN LOAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

BRITISH ÄND AUSTRALASIAN- BANK, AND AUSTRALASIAN LOAN COMPANY. A SHORT Mine ago, a prospectus, of sbtue such company as above mentioned, was inserted iu the '? Colonial-?'?Rejfûtéry^nâ'B1 similar ad vet ti seme nt"we ...haye seen in several of the London Newspapers; whether such li 'Gômp&Ûj be established in thé colonies or not Wet do not' know, but from information just come to bur knowledge,' we tîîibk ït* right to caution intending emigrants and others in £ng--> land, against taking the bills of this^re tended company^wlhich are being issued u pon Adelaide, South Australia,--no\ less than three of their bills haye appeared here,: two drawn opon Mr- Charlesi Bou cher, and orte upon th&ioeal Directors of theBritish and Australasian South Australia. Now the public should be informed that there is nb such Bank as the British Und""1 Australasian in Ade laide, and : thereof heyer was, nor are any person. ;Tp.r.*:\péT¿pns whatever in, this colony to represent such a c...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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A[?] Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

Chesser, from Lond^,riw¡tl; s -ligera. ^ , ^ JULY 4 ^-ÎlPhè sèaoonèr Launceston, with 75» aheetfí J CL Y ¿fl- TN South Jjfaf n T JMJS Pirie, B**,,, jjtonv\ oirgo, aud passenger*. pfePARTU JULY 6.-Ti« s/liooner 7,oi JOLYTR -Th>Mitil»öober Launceston... - - . ^geiieraljparg©, and pa* 'agit^FaWflrorpe, from """^ id 4jioi[sesr t^"-. -3k ilù/f,^rTiaonceiton.' i^ú, 1 FâwibPrpé, tor

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

SINGAPORE.. j WE have recived Singapore papera t< the 4th of Apr|l, .from, which we ruakt the following extracts:*-r . . ..... . The latest adrices from Canton were of da^e Marci IS. The commissioner from Pekin charged will the duty of annihilating the 1 opium trade,^had ibei been 'some days in Canton; and îtlssèems'*thât -thc conduct of .some of the saperior provincial officers in connection'with tlie contraband traffic, : was ,On< of-the first objects which engcged his attention ; f course which was thought likely to prove more effi cacious inwards extinguishing the trade flhan >anj other which bad .yet,been adopted. JSdicts, unsaid were issued, commanding the. departure of Dor/.anc Co., and Jardine, Matheson and Co., also nf Mr Julio, who was'then at Macao. With regard tc «xports, Uore -vres-^^otrsiderable -slackness in thc shipment of leas, and the green lea men were.stiil holding oat. The total shipnient of teas lo the ÜititérJ Kingdoiii, for the season...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE LATE COLONIAL SURGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

'.: . u ,4 .-........ rina'; ;.i ? THE LATEtCOLOMAL SUEGBaN.Î Í IN our last' number appeared the corres^ pondence connected ynùi 't^M^mm^: of |.he Colonial Surgam ' 5IHT. Cotter: therein stated that he +ad lopg felt a conviction tgia^^^ vas* his. Excellency^, intention tournoyé him îr^r:Mj^^rWe Fear that »no impaxiial. T>erasal of the letters, and' consideration . of the ;facta;| wbicbthey dev^ip^tendto^^^p^^on^ thai IVfnCotter wa« riót ñÚB^e*^]í$fcj¡$j£ prey/ous tb ^eifpspen^egtpf^^ Surgeon,, we had seen .jjpos what slight j dr visionaiy- foundatíoi?iffié; t«tóbV¿l of al public officer my r^fpf|älibvïiowW andtpcr piibjic oflicer cpjul^rni^ceed in a course.not altogether consistent with offi receive tom^^6n.^f^m^ qed Jhese (biog*., we prejpai^ to wit «ess others ¡of the: si^iTOd/áí ^he^iáít suspension, therefore, didTio^imr^rise ns ; Bor-wrll theWxt, ot&bm^mi may ?cause. l^lKMtliMwVniStWOfi Mr. Cotter, is, Unitlie di J not visit io his last moments a, patient residing at ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 August 1839

?'ii fri I>¡ X>r¿>¡ üé-xi i¿ the 9th of 5Slto*b<í tfed htíea receUed from CaSco.iíaÍ Tte laust intelligence ^op'.SfcSaggt tbroogh wbip;b territory-the,army of.úae ^ndas ^jB«, on jits mardi, was highly farpur^bleY'jaad^uutèpTÎDt biting to attack Hyderabad, "as wBS^ei^ecteÎWooïd^ be necessary to reduce' the Ameer-to «Ö^JUIAI^ With, the oTertares >of jthfe' government, ,be had ^jetdgd a~¡ passage lo the .troops, agreed-ío r^r^tf^^ree tíávi-' gat ion of the Indus, to, pay down twenty-seven lacs of rupees towards the "expenses t»f Shan^Soojah's ^.bni lingeM, arid lo receive a Èobsidj! of ^fivfe^ttieosand British troops. ;The only act; of hostility attending?. the march bf the army- through thef* territories, was at Ktirscfaea, -the principal sea-port of -Sciorle¿ near one of the months JDF the Iodos; .which was balterjed, down by iVèliesleg. . Nothing fonher ; was said fif. . the rumoured coalition of the, nôrth.-westêrii counties against the-British. . There, stil...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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