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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

LAND OFFICE. THE following SECTIONS have been sold during the week ending the 6th instant:—   to •s c ? : o i -5 : 3 I L " i s 5 •"" ; •< U P if £•? a fp I D v *? mm* I 3 X o as pi GEO. M. STEPHEN. GEORGE HALL. Land Office, Adelaide, March 8, 1839. General Post Office, March 15, 1839. MAILS will be made up per the Britomart for Great Britain and Sydney, via Hobart Town, on Tuesday the 19th March, at one o'clock p.m. H. WATTS, Postmaster General.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The notice of the attach on the credit of the Land Companies, and the letter to the Directors of the South Australian Company, shall be inserted. We never print poetry;   and cannot therefore publish the lines on the "Queenly-titled Lake." The Meeting of   Magistrates and various communications and articles of news must stand over till our next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE * —A \_ jM& ?*£*&> J^m?|UQ& IJH^SI. &^M|raH^f gsggS^jgSjgpggESaia . , __ i* .. rrnr ?^ ,ni.? • ..i- /> „ AU PUBLIC A CTS appearing in this Gazette. tipped bi/the proper authorities, are to be con- ndermi official and obeyed as sucli. GEO. M. STEPHEN, Cofoma/ Secretaiy. Government Housb, iJ/orcA 15.1839. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR directs it to be notified that Mrs. Gawi.br vill be happy to receive the ladies of the Province at Government House, on Wednesday the 27th instant, at one o'clock p.m. . HUExceHeneywillholdaLeveeatthesame Zaies and gentlemen attending are requested to bring their cards, to be delivered to the Private Secretary. By bin Excellency's command. GKORGE HALL. Private Secretary. — " Advocate Oenejial's Office, Adelaide, February 15, 1839. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct tlut the general ohjec-ls of the following Bill, about to be sub- .nitced for the consideration of the ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. March 2 —The brig Nereus, Lees, master, from Port Lincoln. March 2.— The schooner Victoria, Hutchinson, master, from Port Lincoln. March 2.—The barque Henry Wellesley, Ross, master, from Batavia, with sugar, &c. March 2.— The barque Lady Emma, Price master from Launceston, with sheep. March 9.—The schooner Munford, from Laun- ceston, with sheep. DEPARTURES. March 2. —The barque Lady Mary Pelham McKellar, master, for George Town. March 2.—The schooner Henry Freeing, Morris, master, for Launceston March 7. — The schooner John Dunscombe, McLean, master, for Launceston. March 9.—The brig Nereus, Lees, master, for Kingscote. March 11.— The brig David Witton, Wright, master, for Port Phillip. March 11.— The schooner Victoria, Hutchinson, master, for Kingscote. March 11.— The barque Lady Emma, Price, master, for Launceston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

ADELAIDE AND PORT LINCOLN TRADING COMPANY. Capital .£20.000, ,? 2OGO Shares of £10 each. l!> P** cer>t to be immediately catted up. Managing Director—Charles smith, Esq. Inspecting Directors to be appointed by tho fehatvholders after signing ihc Deed of Set tlement. Bankers—The Bank of Australasia. Solicitor—Matthew Smith, Esq. APPLICATIONS for Shares to be made to Charles Smith, Eh\ , at the Adelaide ami Port Lincoln Hotel; or to Matthew Smith, Esq , Solicitor, North Terrace, on payment of 10 per cent.depositoo the amount of the Shares applied for, to be paid in tho Bank of Australasia. The deed of settlement is now in preparation and will be completed at an early day. Full particulars of the intentions of the Com pany \vill he laid beft.ro the applicants for Shares on the completion of the deed, before signing which any applicant may withdraw his deposit, should he not agree to terms of U rADVERi'ISKMttNT.I j *- •* BOSTON BAY, | From the bmith Avstraliun Gazette and Colonial...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. Our Advertising Friends arc requested particularly to notice that advertisements once insetted will br. continued and charged ibr vnlesn counter manded by Mix o'clock on Thursday evening. ROYAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK FOR H39. NOW PUBLISHING, price2s.6d., by Rohf.iit Thomas and Co., Gazette Olhee, Hindley street—" The Royal South Australian Almanack tor 1^39, containing a Daily Calendar, a Gardener und Fanners' Directory, a List of Government OHicers, tbe Addresses of the Principal Merchants Hiid Inbiiuttants, and all useful information re gardiug the Province of rfjutli Australia." FOR SYDNEY DIRECT, A*AT^ 1^ H *'ne fast-SHiliitg brig yjgjj^. X JSEREUS, V. R. Lki:s, j?Wa?f^^Commander. Will tail for the above Port, from Holdfast iiay, on Friday, 22nd instant positively. For passage only apply to Messrs. V. & E. SOLOMON, Sydney-bouse, Gilles-arcade. March 15, !8-t9. rpOWN SKCTION 78, having frontages on X King William-street and Hindley-street, for 6ale. bei...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1839. THE SURVEY. ?— MOST IMPORTANT TO PURCHASERS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1839. THE SURVEY. — MOST IMPORTANT TO PURCHASERS OF LAND. IN turning over our files of the Times for October we find the following letter from Colonel Torrens to Mr. E. Wheeler, manager of the South Australian Company, which we transfer to our columns for the purpose of illustrating the system of deception which has been practised on the Colonization Commis- sioners by their officers in the province, and stating certain facts in connection with the past and present state of the Survey. South Australian Colonization Office, Adelphi Terrace, September 29. Sir—l beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th instant, enquiring, on behalf of the Directors of the South Australian Company, whether the Colonization Commissioners have received any information as to the allotment of the lands in the colony, and whether the Com- missioners have any reason to suppose that settlers now departing would experience any difficulty in locating on...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

SUPREME COURT. THE criminal sessions terminated on Wednesday last without a single conviction! The legal gentlemen and the Juries could by no means agree. Mr. Bernard failed in every case to persuade them that a single petty larceny—the crimes, for the most part, were of no graver character— had been committed ; and Mr. Mann, expressly engaged for the occasion, also made the attempt to obtain convictions   and also failed. The juries maintained their opinions in spite of the lawyers, and the only verdicts returned during the whole sessions were—not guilty ! Who the parties are on whom the whole blame of this innocent goal delivery is to be attached it is difficult to say. To Mr. Bernard, the Public Prosecutor, is generally attributed a considerable share in the matter; and though we were not present during the trials, still, as we believe that the Advocate General, while at the Irish Bar, did not direct his attention to criminal jurisprudence, and never practised at the...

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IMPORTATION OF SHEEP OVERLAND [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

IMPORTATION OF SHEEP OVERLAND Believe me to be, Dear Sir, Yours truly, GRORGE HALL, Private Secretary. Edward Eyre, Esq., Southern Cross Hotel. Some doubts, we believe, have been expressed, not now certainly, as to the practicality of importing sheep overland from Sydney, but as to the fine condition in which those lately brought by our spirited fellow-colonist, Mr. Eyre, actually are after so long a journey. Mr. Eyre has taken a practical mode of setting the question at rest; and we have much pleasure in publishing the following notes on the subject, and bearing our testimony to the admirable condition which the mutton referred to yesterday exhibited :— Extract of a note from Mr. Eyre to the Governor. Mr. Eyre presents his compliments to his Excellency Colonel Gawler, and requests his Excellency will do him the honor to accept a joint of overland mutton, as killed on its arrival from a long and arduous journey. Mr. Eyre trusts that his Excellency will overlook the insignificance of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 16 March 1839

MARRIAGES. January 14. — George Thompson to Sarah Woolly. January 21. — James George Lawrence to Margaret Mooney. January 21. — Thomas Miller to Margaret Willoughby. February 13.—John Kavanagh to Harriet Endor Harvey. February 14.—Edward Tobias George to Mary Nelson. February 18.—Alexander Stewart to Jane   Anderson. February 19.—John Afford to Rosina Taylor. February 21. — Alfred William Chatfield to Harriet Holbrook, the marriage having been pre- viously solemnized on board the Pestonjee Bomanjee by the master of that ship.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Many articles and communications in type must stand over till our next.

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ARRIVAL OF HIS HONOR THE CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

ARRIVAL OF HIS HONOR THE CHIEF JUSTICE. We have great pleasure in announcing the arrival yesterday of CHARLES COOPER, Esq., Chief Justice of the Province. His Honor came in the Katherine Stewart Forbes, and is in the enjoyment of excellent health, not- withstanding a long and rather tempestuous passage, rendered, however, as agreeable as circumstances permitted by the attentions and excellent mrnagement of our worthy friend, Captain Alfred Fell. His Honor will take the oaths of office on Tuesday.

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THIS COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1839. "LIES OF THE DAY." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

THIS COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1839. "LIES OF THE DAY." UNDER the above title our gentle contemporary Mr. Mann has just let slip an article which cannot fail to be regarded—not merely as the most masterly specimen of his peculiar style, but as the most powerful defence of the manifold " wilful misrepresentations" of which he has been officially convicted in reference to the " Star Chamber." Had these points, how- ever, only been in question, we should not again have ruffled the placidity of his temper by alluding to matters which evidently excite him to frenzy, and, of course, render the task of those who have him in charge more irksome or more dangerous. But, suffering as we are under the heavy affliction of being denominated " rogues and scoundrels" by so great an authority—conscious withal that the exposition before us is by far the most success- ful of Mr. Mann's recent attempts to shew up " the lies and falsehoods of the Gazette, " we cannot refrain from venturing ...

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MR. MANN'S ABUSE OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

MR. MANN'S ABUSE OF THE GOVERNOR. WE are quite sure that we consult the feelings of every respectable individual in the province by leaving the foul abuse of the Governor which Mr. Mann has vomited forth in his last publication to the contempt such impotent calumny deserves; and these feelings pro- bably would be further consulted were we to pass over, with equal scorn, the more atrocious attack which the same unhappy person has ventured to make upon the private reputation of his Excellency. Most certainly it is not because that reputation can be alfected by anything Mr. Mann can say or do that we condescend to notice his ravings. Our wish is simply to expose another set of wilful misrepresentations so impudent and so glaring, that however wicked Mr. Mann's former falsehoods have been, the present are of them all by far the most unprincipled in their character and the most atrocious in their object. Mr. Mann charges Governor Gawler with " LAND JOBBING." "It Is openly Stated,'' he sa...

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THE POLICE AND TIMOR TONY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

THE POLICE AND TIMOR TONY BILLS. MANY of our readers will remember that early in May last, when Governor Hindmarsh re- ceived notice from the Admiralty that the marines were about to be withdraw from the colony, he determined to raise and embody a police force for the protection of the colonists. Mr. Fisher was applied to for the necessary funds; but Mr. Fisher refused to sanction the expenditure or to draw bills for so " un- authorised" a purpose. The Governor, how- ever, determined to raise £1000 by bills on Her Majesty's Government; but when Mr. Finke, the Chief Clerk of the Colonial Treasury, took the drafts to the South Australian Company's   Bank, Mr. E. Stephens, the Cashier, not only refused to have anything to do with them, but offered to wager six dozen of wine to a glass or a bottle, that they would be returned dis- honored. Mr. Fisher, who refused to draw bills for the protection of the colony, had no hesitation in drawing bills for the cost of his Timor pon...

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PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY. THE Presentment of the Grand Jury men- tioned in our last, was transmitted by the acting Judge to the Governor, and having been favored with his Excellency's reply, we now publish both:— The Gentlemen composing the Grand Jury   present—That the Bills of Indictment laid before them on the present occasion, have been with scarcely an exception for trivial offences, such as would be with more propriety cognisable by a Court of Quarter Sessions, which they submit   ought to be forthwith constituted. They regard   frequent gaol deliveries to be essential to the liberty of the subject, as they are necessary for the due administration of justice, which the un-   avoidable expence on protracted imprisonment and the demoralization necessarily attendant be- fore trial become most serious evils. We, Grand Jury, trust that measures will be taken to prevent the recurrence of such events, and that the sittings of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

ADELAIDE AND PORT LINCOLN THADINU COMPANY. Ctpit.il £20,000, in 2000 Shares of £10 each. fifty per cent, to be viwutaiute'y called up. Mauling Director—Charles smith, Ksq. Inspecting Directors to be appointed by the bhareholdors after signing the Deed of Set tluDCllt. Bankers—The Bank of Australasia. Solicitor—Matthew Smith, Esq. A PPLIGATIONS for Shares to be made to Charles Smith, tsq, at life Adelaide and I\>vr. J-iru-ola Hotel; or to Matthew Smith, )•'.?-.: . St liciior. North Terrace, on payment of 10 ],(r rent, u'eposkonthe amount of the Shares >.\f:'i\!id for, to bo paid in tho Bank of A sirahsia. The deed of sctthment is now in preparation and will be completed at an early day. Full particulars ot the intentions t.f the Com* pany will be laid before the applicants tor Shares ou the completion of the deed, before signing which any applicant may withdraw his deposit, should he uot agree to terms of it [ADVEKriSI'MENT.] bos tTTn b a y. From the South Australian Gazdte and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

DIED, On the 20th instant, after a short illness, Lancelot Sharpe, Esq., of the Bank of Australasia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. AB PUBLIC A CTS appearing in tltis Gazetti:, signed by the proper authorities, are to be con tidcrtd official and obeyed as such. Jiy command, GKO. M. SJEPF/EX, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT MotTSF, Addaid.; March i>2. 1839. MRS. GAWLKR is desirous of postponing the reception ol the Ladies of Adelaide mid its vicinity from Wednesday ?.c\t. until Wednesday the iird April, at One o'clock p.m. His Excellency the Governor will also hold a Levee at the same day and hour, instead of Wednesday next. By bis Excellency's command. GEOKiJK HAM., Private Secretary. Colonial Secretary's Office, March ?1, 1849. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR directs it to be notified that Her Majesty has been pleased to appoint, by warrant utuler the Sign iMa:.u.il, Cu.u<lks CoorKU, Kscjuire, Judge of the Province of South Australia, and that His Honor wi.l take the Uaths of Oflire on Tuesday next, the 26tli instant, at 12 o'clock, at the Government House, upon which occa...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. March 16 —The brig Fox, Captain George, from Rio de Janeiro the 4th January, with a valuable cargo of Brazilian produce. March 17.— The brig Black Joke, Captain Harding, from George Town the 8th instant, with 1000 sheep. March 21.— The barque Katherine Stewart Forbes, from London October 20, 1838, with 88 passengers. She putin at the Cape of Good Hope. March 21.—The D'Auvergne, from London November 13, 1838.   March 22. — The ship Buckinghamshire, from London, left Portsmouth December 11, 1838, with nearly 500 emigrants. Ninety-eight days' passage. DEPARTURE. March 17—The brig Rapid, Pullen , master,   for Launceston.

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