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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 23 March 1839

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. BY the Buckinghamshire, just arrived, we have English papers to the 7th December. Parliament was to meet on the 5th of February. Lord Durham had arrived from Canada, and by later advices from that country, dated 11th   November, it appears that another rebellious movement had taken place in the lower pro- vince, and that Sir John Colbourne had been obliged to place the district of Montreal under martial law. There was no other news of im- portance. Consols 93½. We have great pleasure in announcing the safe arrival at Liverpool on the 1st December, of our late Governor Captain Hindmarsh. The William Bryan, the Ganges, and the Hooghley, are the additional ships laid on for South Australia, to sail in all December and January. Post Office — Several communications have been forwarded to us on the subject of Mr. Mann's dastardy slanders of our respected Postmaster-general, Henry Watts, Esq., which, had there been any necessity for pub- lishing, we should...

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

NOTICF. Colonial Treasury, March 21, 1839. ALL Parties who are indebted to the Store keeper's department arc requested to take notice that their accounts must be paid into the Colonial Treasury on or before the 1st day of April next ensuing. OSMOND GILLES, Colonial Treasurer. ADVERTISEMENTS. Our Advertising Friends are requested particularly   to notice that advertisements once inserted will be continued and charged for unless counter- manded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. PORT LINCOLN MESSRS CHARLES SMITH, SHAVEN, & C0., having purchased from Mr.             W. F. PORTER the fast-sailing brig Dorset, cop- pered and copper fastened, acquaint the public that she will be employed as a regular trader between this and Port Lincoln. The brig Dorset has very superior accommodation for passengers,   and will be punctually despatched on the days advertised for her sailing. PO...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS.   Letters of Agricola, J. E. B., P. W., and several other communications in type must stand over till next week. An accidental cir-   cumstance too late to remedy before our en- suing number, prevents the insertion to-day of our account of the inauguration of His Honor the Chief Justices.

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 30,1839. THE " PRINCIPLES OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 30,1839. THE " PRINCIPLES OF THE COLONY." WE have ever considered it desirable that the true principles which govern the colonization of South Australia should form the themes of frequent discussion, and that matters directly                           affecting their successful developement should be rendered familiar to all grades of settlers. In accordance with this desire, we have oc- casionally illustrated the subject, although our remarks we regret to say, have been too often necessarily directed less towards the enforce- ment of the sound and simple plans of the   Colonization Commissioners, than to the recti- fication of errors and the exposition of the crude conceptions with which the "wise men"     hitherto irreverently named "prin...

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MEETING OF MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

MEETING OF MAGISTRATES. On Monday the 11th instant a general Session's of Her Majesty's Justices of Peace for the Province was held at the Court-house, to con-   sider the applications for licenses under the new act, which comes into operation on the 23d   instant. There were present Messrs. Bernard (Advocate-general), Wigley (Resident Magis- trate), Stevenson, Gilbert, Wyatt, Watts, Capt. O'Halloran, Messrs. Morphett and Hallett.   On the motion of Mr. Watts, seconded by Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Stevenson, as senior magistrate,   was called to the Chair in absence of Mr. Ste-   phen, the Chairman of the Bench. Mr Morphett stated that his position as a merchant and a dealer in wines, &c. would, according to the act, prevent his taking any part in the proceedings of the Magistrates   with regard to licences. Mr Stevenson suggested that as the Court Room would be almost immediately required for the sitting o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHURCH ATA MVEElKG^heU^on Momhv \ I A. MLLUM(r held on Monday J\. cveninff, the 2jili instant, in tlio Sun- day Scliool, ailjuining TriuiJy Church the Rev. Cl* Howard, Al. A., Colonial Chaplain, in n f wlia.it : prayer having heen ottered up, the following resolutions were passed unani- mou.ly:— Moved by H. Nixon, Esq., seconded by H. t* II- .. \? n . Jickjmg, b*q-:- . Ihat owing to the great and increasing po- pulation of this colony, ,t is incumbent on the members of tho Chuidi ot England to use every eflbrt to provide for its members, and others who value its ordinances, suilicient Church accommodation, and means of religious instruction. Moved by J. Hall, Esq., seconded by H. Watts Fsq.:— That a society be now formed under the Ac i-rnation of the " Souih Vustralian Church TaJum.r Wi<m- " lnvinf fjr its obi Vet more Jju lain sottij, iiu.u nfc ij* ?? jy*-" I?OIC' particu?arly the emiion oi^liun.liei> and &uu- Uay Jrchuols, and the mainten...

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ANOTHER OVERLAND IMPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

ANOTHER OVERLAND IMPORTATION. Mr. WETHERELL reached Adelaide on Wed- nesday evening last, bringing the intelligence that the large herd of one thousand head of bullocks, cows, steers and heifers belonging to Messrs. Watson, Huon and himself, had safely reached South Australia. Mr. Wetherell has thus added another to the many testimonies of the practicability of the overland route from New South Wales. We subjoin the brief notes of the journey with which Mr. Wetherell has kindly favored us:— On the 29th of December, 1838, I left Mr. Hu- on's station on the Hume where the road from Sydney to Port Phillip crosses that river, with 979 head of cattle, 12 men, Mr. Huon, and my- self: I proceeded on the Port Phillip road to the Broken River, which we reached on the 4th of January. On the 6th I left Mr. Huon, with di- rections to follow the Broken River down to its junction with the Goulburn, and went with one   dray to Mr. Clerk's on that river for supplies that Messrs. Watson...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. The Great Western steamer arrived Bris- tol on the 8th December and has brought offici- al accounts that the attempted rising in Canada had been promptly checked. The following extracts contain the particulars:— Sackett's Harbour, Nov. 18. The steam-boat Onerda, just arrived, brings the following intelligence:—On Friday the 16th inst.   the Patriots at Windmill Point were attacked by   about 1,000 British on land, and four armed steam- boats—the British planted a heavy battery between   150 or 200 rods of the mill, and fired with such effect that their balls passed entirely through the stone buildings. The fight lasted something more than an hour, when the Patriots surrendered to   the number of about 90, the rest having neeni kil- led in the action or taken prisoners previously;     the prisoners were taken to Kingston on board the armed steam-boats. William Johnson (Bill John- son th...

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PORT PHILLIP JOURNALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

PORT PHILLIP JOURNALS. MR. FAWKNER'S Journal, we observe, has been recommenced under the title of the Port Phillip Patriot and Melbourne Advertiser; and we presume, from the number of advertisements which appear in the two first numbers just re- ceived, that it is well supported by the inhabi- tants. The politics are to be liberal; but Patriot is a somewhat suspicious name. We   hope, however, that Mr. Fawkner's interest and good sense will prevent his journal degrad- ing itself into the the organ of a faction. He may depend upon it—and take our experience for our words—that to record the onward pro- gress of his flourishing settlement, and to pro- mote its local interest, is the much more wise and beneficial mode of employing his columns. The Port Phillip Gazette is a [?] more ambitious publication, but [?] the whole             an exceedingly creditable production. We re- gret to notice that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. Our Advertising Friends are requested particularly   to notice that advertisements once inserted will be continued and charged for unless counter- manded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. ROYAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK FOR 1839. NOW PUBLISHING, price 2s.6d., by Robert   Thomas and Co., Gazette Office, Hindley-   street—"The Royal South Australian Almanack   for 1839, containing a Daily Calendar, a Gardener and Farmers' Directory, a List of Government Officers, the Addresses of the Principal Merchants and Inhabitants, and all useful information re- garding the Province of South Australia." [In consequence of the tempestuous weather having prevented the expected arrivals from Port Lincoln the publication of the Port Lincoln Herald and     South Australian Commercial Advertiser is delayed for one week.]   On WEDNESDAY, the 10th April, will be published the first number of the P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE C -*_•_ \ _fsk SPAfe, Mm^kr^S /S&^iW&miJm fS?ffirafiffeSlliraZ feiMffiK^g M£Zm&lWM2£k m orrnrrn _-/-r? ?-v_,,'.rtf.ri,-frr 3iJ?fIISf?2?S: S£^S73^-13l Bu command, GEO.M. STEPHEN, Colmial Setretaiy. . . n ,c„ il , T .r Govfrn>ient I oitse Mn c „??-, t,n -^ 'T 7 RS GAWLER is desirous ot postponing the reception ol£e Ladies of Adelaide and its vicinity from Wednesday next, until Wednesday the Jrd April, at One o dock p.m. His Excellency the Governor will also hold a wSesdav ne e xr e ' ' Wednesday next Bi h'S EXOt nl^iGE HALL ' Private Secretary _: itfarcA 26, 1839. HIS EXCELLENCY THb GOVERNOR directs it to be notified that by virtue of Her Majesty's warrant under her Royal Sign Manual, dated at Windsor, the Ist September, KJrr,w^-s&s appointing Charles Coopeh, Esquire, Judge of the Province of South Australia. His EsceUvucy therefore administered to Uis Honor the Judge the usual oaths at the Goveri*- ment-house, in the pre...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

IMPORTS. March 22.—The ship BUCKINGHAM- SHIRE, 1468 tons, Wm. Moor, Commander, from London, December 1, 1838.— 8 cases and 2 boxes of gold and silver specie, 2 cases jewellery, 2 cases furniture, table, iron bedsteads, stove, clock, 2 mattresses, 14 bundles, 27 pack- ages building materials, 45 packages 4 bales 1 case 1 cask 1 tierce 1 box merchandise, 10 deals, 653 pigs Spanish lead, 281 casks oil, 30 cases oilmen's stores, 2 casks paint and tools, 1 bundle 44 cases 3 casks ironmongery, 1 cask tinware, 1 case brushes, 3 bundles 1 chest 1 sack tools, 1 cask crockery, and 1 tub earthenware, 3 case cutlery, 1 bale slops, 5 bales 4 boxes 1 case 1 barrel wearing apparel, 1 bale leather, 2 bundles iron wire, 5 kegs nails, I case mould frames, 1 case umbrellas, 1 case haberdashery, 1 case drapery. I case stationery, 1 case books. 1 case pease, 1 box seeds, 4 boxes plants, 31 barrels 2 half ditto pork, 1 barrel and 6 hams, 3 kegs 4 cases cheese, 10 tierces sugar loaves, I hhd. butter, 1 ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

i ••••?- •-.. vi.rw. \ ; ? . ' \;. ' 'i i..;s great * • '? . • ?. ?•.'-. I .i.;.iii- tiiUt '" i ;. ]'??•. .1 .ii.v li.at i i iii ujs aucuuh Mail, .... i...|.,r0n b &Sue iiuulilS, Oil ! - s.tuated • 'iiiii a stone's throw -• • ' r. •.,-..?.i-i^?m<i v; (lie. auorigiiies t!<e "t>i^.it i.iv -."^arnl on the I/auks ot two broad Bale v...tiri creeks (in which risb und wildfowl auuuiid), imvigdbJc for the largest boats ut low water to tne anchorage in Port Gawlcr. It is also watered by a chain of ponds now containing an abundant supply; and an incxbaustublc quuntity of the linesc limestone (specimens ot' which Lave been tested by His Excellency the Governor and other geologists) is found within 200 yards oi the Town. Two boats ply twice a week between Port Ginvler und Port Adelaide, and a spring cart runs twice a week between Mihicr and Adelaide, and arrangements are making for a daily conveyance by land and water, to give intending pui chasers constant oppo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 30 March 1839

(No 3.) LIST of Persons who have taken out General Publicans' Licences during the week ending   this day, for the year ending 25th March, 1840:—   NO. / NAME OF PUBLICAN. / NAME OF HOUSE. / PLACE. 35 / Edwin Bird / The Bakers' Arms / Waymouth-street. 38 / Andrew Harriott / The Edinburgh Castle / Currie-street. 39 / Charles Calton / The Royal Admiral / Hindley-street. 40 / John Wheland / The Tasmanian / Ditto 42 / Reuben Chapman / The Joiners' Arms / Morphett-street. 45 / Jacob Prause / The Half-way House / Road to Glenelg.   Published in terms of the Act No. 1, 2nd Victoria, OSMOND GILLES, Collector of Internal Revenue. Adelaide, March 29, 1839. (No. 4.) LIST of Persons who have taken out Licences for the sale of Wine, Beer, and other fermented Liquors, during the week ending this day, for the year ending 25th March, 1840:— NO. / NAME OF PUBLICAN. / NAME OF HOUSE. / PLACE. 36 / Josiah Oakley / The Oakley Arms / Gilles-street. 37 / William Brads...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 April 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. March 20.- Arrived the brig Caroline, 162 tons Wooden, master from Hobart Town, with general cargo, and 800 sheep. March 29. —Arrived the barque Lady Mary Pelham, 207 tons, McLellan, master, from Laun- ceston, March 13, with 100 sheep.   March 29. — Arrived the schooner Lowestott, 114 tons, Allan, master, from Launceston, March 17, cargo — sundries. March 29. — Arrived the schooner Charlotte, 96 tons, Brown, master, from Launceston, March 15, cargo — sundries. April 1. — The schooner Elizabeth, 51 tons, Spics, master, from Launceston, March 7, with 650 ewes. April 1. — Arrived the barque Lady Emma, 136 tons, Price, master, from Launceston, March 23, cargo — sundries. April 2. — Arrived the schooner John Pirie, 106 tons, Machen, master, from Sydney, Feby. 25,   cargo — sundries. April 3 — Arrived the brig Welcome, Ritchie, master, from Greenock, cargo — sundries.

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To JOHN MORPHETT, Esq. A [?] March 20,, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 April 1839

To JOHN MORPHETT, Esq. Adelaide, March 30, 1839.     Sir —In the disposal of my goods per D'Auvergne, you will please be guided by the directions of   Mr. Charles Gooch, who is acquainted with my marks regarding them, and will remit the proceeds himself or direct you how to do so, as he may   think best. I need scarcely say that economy in charges, with quick sales and returns, are very desirable ; and under all circumstances, I doubt   not you will place my constituents on a favorable footing. —I am, &c. K. McIVER.

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ON CONSTRUCTING PONDS. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 April 1839

ON CONSTRUCTING PONDS. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. AGRICOLA, March 27, 1839. A FARMER. March 14, 1839. GENTLEMEN—As I have no doubt your columns are open to subjects likely to benefit those co- lonists who are embarking their capital in stocking the pastures of South Australia, I beg to offer for the consideration of those who have suffered from the drought that has been severely felt by stock farmers, a plan by which a supply of water may be relied on in those situations where there is a deficiency. I am informed there are many tracts of land abounding with good herbage, but wanting water to render them desirable for stock   at this season, as without it cannot thrive— scarcely exist. I have to reccommend the construction of ponds or reservoirs, called in England Wold   ponds, perhaps from having been first made on the Wolds of Yorkshire, where they were found to answer the purpose so well that they were afterwards made in other parts w...

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IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.?— SCYLLA SHOALS. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. Port Adelaide, April 5, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 April 1839

IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.— SCYLLA SHOALS. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. Port Adelaide, April 5, 1839.   I am, Gentlemen, yours, ROBT. TOD. GENTLEMEN-On returning from Port Lin- coln in the Dorset I discovered two shoals not laid down in the charts of Spencer's Gulph. Their bearing from the most northerly of Gambier's Islands, according to Capt. Robert- son, is N.N.W., the nearest shoal distant about   2½ miles; the other is 3½ miles further off, and apparently level with the water's edge. The sea breaks very heavily upon them.

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PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 April 1839

PORT LINCOLN. WE have been favoured with the following ac- count of the recent expedition to this splendid harbour, which we publish as we received it. Various reports favorable and unfavorable have been spread regarding this new settlement, which we believe may be traced to parties directly interested. We have reason to believe, however, that the account we submit to our readers is a fair statement of facts so far as yet ascertained, and we confess that there does not appear to us a single discouraging symp- tom. A commodious harbour and abundance of fresh water are essentials amply secured, and the exploration of the interior, so far as it has proceeded, has satisfied all parties that the nature and capabilities of the country improve;   nor is there any fair reason to doubt that further examination will prove that the internal re- sources of the region are equal to any other yet discovered. Besides, the easy water access from the Port to the country flanking both sid...

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APPOINTMENT AND INSTALLATION OF HIS HONOR THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 6 April 1839

APPOINTMENT AND INSTALLATION OF HIS HONOR THE JUDGE. ON Tuesday, March 26, the Members of Coun- cil, Officers of the Government, Magistrates, and a number of the principal Colonists, assembled at Government-house to meet Charles Cooper, Esq., the new Chief Justice of the Province. His Excellency the Governor delivered to his Honor Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the colony, and addressed the gentlemen present in a neat and impressive speech, of which the following, as neatly as we could collect, is the substance :— Gentlemen—l have the honor to introduce to you Charles Cooper, Esq., for whom I have re- ceived the orders of her Majesty to prepare letters patent appointing him to the permanent office of Judge of South Australia. The colonists will unite with me, I am sure, in hailing this event with satisfaction, for every thing that tends to give stability to our institutions is of the utmost importance to our prosperity. Never- theless, I trust that his Honor, in his courts o...

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