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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 August 1839

ffllt Southern ®uñtm\iutL Quid verum digue áeeen» euro, et rogo, et omni» in hoe ««m.-Ho». EP.Í üb; 1,-ep.l, V- ll» ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21,1839.   IN justice to Captain Allen we insert a   letter from him to the Editor of the South   Australian Register. The explanation contained in it has been long deferred, but now that it has been made public it furnishes much scope for curious enquiry.   The following is the letter in question :-- To the Editor of the South Australian Register.   Dear Sir, -- I will thank you to correct the state- ment of the ?????? purchase, signed Geo. M. Stephen and William Allen, inserted in your paper of the 1st   of June last, without my knowledge or consent. I should have requested you to do so ere this, had I not expected to find, in every paper. Mr. Stephen had done it himself, as recommended by His Excellency the Governor, in my presence, as the most straight- forward...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 August 1839

BIRTH.— On the 17th instant, the lady of HENRY MILDRED, Esq., (Strangways Terrace, North Adelaide.) of a son.  

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 August 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAL.   AUGUST .13. - The barque Ariadne, 475 tons, M'Leod, from Greenock, with passengers and general cargo. DEPARTURES.         AUGUST 10. - The schooner John Pirie, 110 tons, for Sydney.     AUGUST 29. - The schooner Sally Ann, for Port- land Bay and Launceston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 August 1839

Sale* hv public ^faction. Cows, Calve,Steers, Heifers, &c. TO BE SOLD BY PÜBIÍIC AUCTION, By 2Siy Weale, On Thursday the 22nd instant, at twelve o'clook precisely, at the Stock Pen in the Victoria Livery Yard, without reserve ABOUT twenty Cows in calf or with calve« Ten Steers, fit for work or the' bu:cher " Thirty tue and two-year old Steers and heifers-from the overland herd of Mr Coutts. . .. . i The above stock are well worth v of attention, j being first-rate and positively for sale. j To close Consignments. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. rîeale, On Friday, August 23, at twelve o'clock, at his room, Franklin-street, without reserve, V 1NETEEN casks superior pork, six cases cheese, a few bags rice, a quantity of Ironmongery, consisting of spades, shovels, tomahawks, gridirons, Doxarim locks, sickles, tenant and other sawsjchissels, knives, scissors, razors, spoons, &c. J JOotice of Sale by Auction, MR. NEALE begs to notify he has received -instructions to s...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ i. à. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 18 0 to 1 0 <> London, per-hhd. 9 O 0 .. 10 O O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 * Colonial,., hhd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 il Beef, per tierce. 6 0 0 .. fj 0 0 fresh, lb. *0 1 O Butter, fresh, lb. 3 0.-. 3 «» salt, do.-.... 2 0 2 i> Coffee, lb. H.. 2 D Candles, moulds, lb.. 18 2 1 dips, do. 0 0 0 0 was, do....... 4 O .4 $ Casks, oil. per tun, .. .... 4 0 0 .. 5 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. Cheese, English, lb. 2 0.. £ $ Colonial, Deals, per foot,. Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 2 Hams, per lb. 1 6«. 2 | Hops, do. ............ Hay, per ton,...... 16 Iron, do... - ?-.... 18 Maize, per bushel,4. ¿.. ? > - Mutton, fresh,,per Jb. ..., , -tl ... Oil, sperm, per gallon,... .¿ black, do. Porter, per dozen,. ..:«... London, hhd. colonial, do. .... Pork, per barrel. Potatoes, per ton,..... Rice, per cwt. Soap, English, per lb. .... Spirits in bond-Brandy.. Rum .... Sugar, Mauritius, per lb. .¿ Tobacco in bd.-Negroh...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

rrêii ./testier compels vs to omit IAM VM« eur yromiiêd article in referente to the Milner eerrespou àene* tn our lott. We Are also eompelled ie emit some advertisements mud ether articles.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE CATARRH IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

THE CATARRH IN SHEEP. MOST of our readers are aware that a report has for some time been in circulation, that a flock of sheep lately brought overland from Port Phillip by Mr. Umphleby, were affected with this de structive disease. We are happy to be able to state that the report has proved totally un to unded. So soon as the suspeckm was raised that so dangerous a disorder was approaching our flocks, immediate steps were taken by someofour prin cipal fheepowners to represent to the Governor, the necessity of enquiring into the truth of it. His Excellency most promptly appointed a Committee of experienced gentlemen to proceed to where the suspected sheen were, and inspect tiiem. This having been done, we feel it an act of justice to Mr. Umphleby to publish the fol lo.vingtiocuments : Colonial Secretary's Office, Adelaide, 24th August, 1839. SIR,-I have the honor to forward you the copy of a letter from the gentlemen appointed by the Governor to inspect the Sock of sheep recently imp...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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TO MATHEMATICAL CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

TO MATHEMATICAL Cnn RESPONDENTS. 1 Queuion (2) proposed by Mr. J. UelUhaw. If there be a stieam ia a river, it wi]] take a long« r time lo row a boat dow o to any place on tbe river an 1 back again,than it would if lUcru were no s"ream, th« person being supposed to ro w wit li the sanie effort, or to communicate tu the boat the same velo city in both ca&e?, independently of ibu effect of tbe stream. Required a demonstration. Question.(3) proposed bi) Alpha. Let p= the continued product of the sides of any rií Lt angled triangle, .whose bides are in mathematical progression ; ? M * thea Will j - j s the radios of the inscribed eircle. Required a demonstration

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

THE WOOL TRADE. j vv«. have been favoured by Messrs. Hack, Wat son, and Co., with the following extract from a letter of one of their correspondents, relative !0 the price of wool I.*»den. Qth April, 18S9. Thesales of Colonial Wool .concluded ebmit a month «ac«, and «vere very iigh:, about two-thirds. OT 2300 bale*, being Aestraiian or V. D.Land; but from the number of buyer?, the prices were maintained equal to those of last December, although trade it far from brui, amoug th« manufacturera. The quantity of combing wool was smaU aod brought j a full price. The quotation at prêtent is- i AUSTKAT.IAN. j 1st quality Clothing Wool, 2i. Sd. lo 3«. SI. 1st ditto Combing ditto 2«. 3d. to ts. 6d. 2nd ditto Quilting d:ito Ss. lo 2«. 3d. 2nd dino Combing ditto 2s. to 2s. 4J. -. In'erior and anwashetl .... Sd. io ls. 6d. Fine clothing: aod middle combing bear relatively higher j r e»s, a« «oinpi m \ with tbs t'ser so.ts, b i<ij> m »re in demand.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. Theberton Coltage, Augt. 16, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. -<*> Ta the Editor of th« Southern Jtistralia %. Thebertun Cottage, Augt. 16, 1839. SIB,-Yon will much oblige me if you have r'o .«in ia jour columns, by inseting the following specimen of Mr. James's veracity, which lately came into my bands, with a few remarks I have made on the same. In Mr. James's book on South Australia, page 08, speaking of Rapid Bay, be says-" Pray do not imagine it so called bv the great Flinders : it is another of Col. Light's bays, and paltry and ridicu lous as it is in point of dimensions, was nearly being fixed upon as ihe capital of the fu!are empire ; bad not an honest skipper of the name of Marlin remon strated with the gallant Colonel on the foil} o ' such a situation, the City of Adelaide wonld ¡«ate been itt Rapid Bay, a place that nobody but a military offic.tr eould possibly have called a bay, it he in jr nothing but a trifling boat barbour formed by the huh lands of Cape Jervis. This comes of a desire to su...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE TWO VOWELS. A DRAMATIC SKETCH. By Timethy Short. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

THE TWO VOW ELS. A DRAMATIC SK RT CW. By Timothy Short, .* 1 remember arranging with ..... after wards which nf us should break th« » attar ta jeu." Eilis's tor respóndeme. Serra -Ta« T«wn af M-t. Ti««.-7 a «ft. .A the rtg^i is tem . mud hut -a» the ¡eft a Ur. fouling supported hy poles- forward, in the\ distante, the ttm - ntmitr, three peeks ef limt \ waiting for m ship-in the rear toe shevf end a lamb grating. Esvia (eaeh with a deliberative »ed tessa what ia\ jacted visage) Messieurs A. ead B. E. Well perraer A, What do ton aar f Shall «ra ¡isa tee faa tUensaai-TS* ar say ? A. Te thal, dear F., I eannot agree, K¡jilt thousand*a enough, it appears te ase. Her« ia " tested" linse-» The old raia are prime 1 fee steamer and mail keep eaeelleat time - We have fine esau-\ A ad fc aa ga rae-*» Aaa! wild geese-ef '«manes af » ress al hatfew Friend S. finds grace tn a eena in p'eee ; Ay, that is the luekiest part afear cate. His puffs will do. Tba Major's true-blue. A ad happen what may,...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

aïrgiflrtr* pipping Kí^ori. I ARRIVAI. J Ac«. 21.-The brig Louisa, Trevenar, from Sjdnej end Port Phillip. Ava* 25.--The barque Sorntrsttthin, Jaekaoa, from Loudon. Av«. 26.-The brig Fr«ak,JSmpult. n;oB«.Sjdoey.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

rip HB publia is not aware thatiH^ Ffenci Prunes, in the highest state of ¡psérvation from Franee direct, are now séllidKfb>âfteec pence per pound only, for cashJKSnts frail is held in the highest estimation for tbeäelicioui puddings, pies, and tarts it makes, àndrwill bi found tite Best substitute in the absence of all kinds of green fruits. J. LAZARUS. Oil and Italian Warehouse. SAMUEL THOMAS, Tailor and Draper, in returning his sincere thanks to the inha bitants of Adelaide and its vicinity for the libe-? ral support he bas already experienced, begs to inform them that he has received a splendid assortment of prints and ladies' dresses, Llama shawls, lace, net caps, stockings, "tedies and gentlemen's boots and shoes, a quantity of Christie's Londou best beaver and undress drab hats. All kinds of .clothing for gentlemen made to order in a fashionable manner, and on the most reasonable terms. A cotfítatít supply of double Gloucester, Stilton, and Dutch cheeses, Burgess and Compa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Onici, , August 21,1880. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the Hon. Robert Gouger, Co oaial Secretary, to be one of Ber Majesty's;Justicet of the Peace for the Province. By His Excellency's command, ROBERT GOUGER. Colonial Secretary. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICB, August 20,1839. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, the Hon. the Surveyor-General, and the Colonial Chaplain, Trustees for the management of the Public Cemetery. By His Excllency's Command. ROBERT GOUGER. Colonial Secretary. COLONIAI. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, August 21, 1839. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be no tified that in appointing persons to be Nota ries Public, who have grounded their applications to be admitted to practice as such upon the claim that they have acted in that capacity in Great Britain, His Excellency must reserve to himself the power of can celling any such appointments in cases in which great miscond...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et [?] has sum.--- HOR. EP., lib. 1, v. II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

Southern attötnüten. 9}aid (mm atque deana euro, et rogot omnUiu Ase «iMi.-t-HoR. Ep.,lib.l, ep. I, v. ll* ? :.* " ADSIAXDS : WBDVBSDAT, AVOCST 28,1839. WE regret exceedingly to state that Col. LIGHT, to whom this Colony is so greatly indebted, is dangerously ill. TUE minds of our neighbours of Van Die men's Land appear to be much occupied with our precious law of libel, io con sequence of the conviction and imprison «sent of Mr. Gilbert Robertson, editor of the True Colonist. The decision against Mr. Robertson appears to have been an unjust one, and the sen leuce of fine and imprisonment unduly severe, even had hts offence been clearly made out. The press appears to be particularly in the way in Australia at the present moment, for it is, or has lately been, the subject of prosecution in nearly ail the colonies. Mr. Robertson it appears was tried on a criminal information--the most irrational and oppressive mode of indulg ing spite under the pretence of vindicating character that e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

Soutient &ttgtr¿út&n ®$itt*% rnHE following are the terms of the "SOUTHERN 1 AUSTRAL! AN," which is published every Yfedties day morning-, at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Randle-street. ¿j W-TÄCB ÖF THK PAPKB-ls. per jñurober, ¡OT Sffc^per Ennuin . Subscribers havetlieir papers seatto itKf if bey desire it. - ADVERTISEMENTS.-6Unes and tinder teach uiBerttouJ Ss,6d.; above 6 lines, Sd. per ûne.~AdvertiseïBλts cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuöday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements alreaflj .in serted, most be seat to-the office before s o'chgg^n Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Ad meats most be marked the number of times t to be inserted, or they will be continued until » manded. AU Subscriptions and Advertisements must fo r in advance. For London, To Sail from Port Adelaide in th& part of November. A&S* THE « KATHERINE STE XtëBtiSÏ FORBES," burthen 500 ALFRED FELL, ESQ. Commander. The above vessel has very «UDäöo*^ ...

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ADELAIDE LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

ADELAIDE LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION AND MECHANICS* INSTITUTE. THE first of a coarse of lectores addressed to the members of this institution, waa delivered on Friday evening the 16thinst., by the Rev. T. Q. STOW, in the Baptist Chapel, Hindley-streat> that bauding having been kindly lent to the Association for the purpose, until a permanent lecture room shall bare been provided. The subject of the feeturo was ** The amicable relations' and reciprocal services of Reve lation and Science:"-the first proposition of the lecturer, *< that Science ls subser vient to Revelation:" Mr. Stow proceeded to prove tba! sci" ence in its deveiopement and progress attests^ instead bf disputing, the veracity of tbe scriptures-that science and phi losophy in their most exalted forms have not felt christianity to be an uncongenial or inconvenient companion. He instanced the näaie&of îvewton. Bacon, Locke, and others pre-eminent for their attainments ia physical, m...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

DEATH—On the 19th of March, in Dublin, ELIZA, wife of JOHN CARROLL, Esq., of Leinster Street, and sister of the Rev. C. B. HOWARD, Colonial Chaplain.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

Soles ôg Çttfcttc ^faction. BY APPOINTMENT. ! BENTHAM, Government and General . Auctioneer, and Laud Agent, Windley-j "street, four doors west of Mr. Hack's, begs to j announce to newly grrived emigrants that he j warehouses goods on reasonable terms and can : always command extensive sales of Merchadise ; for Cash Genuine Stock without reserver TO SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Ti. Bentham. On Saturday evening next, at »ix o'clt>ck, at his ¡ Rooms, Hindley-street, AN immense variety of ironmongery, tools, frying-pans, gridirons, saucepans, &.c. j various drapery in handkerchiefs, dresses, j shawls, &c. ; slops, men's, women's and chil-1 dren's shoes, hats., &c; jewellery,guns, pistols,! watches, cutlery, and other useful articles. i jSix allotments in Hindmarsh Town, and 13 allotments in the city, and various other lots bj privatecontract. Terms at auction-ca<h. Every Ulan a Freeholder ! ! TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By 2?. Bentham, On Saturday n...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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MR. HAWDON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 August 1839

MR. HAWDON. OnR readers are aware that Mr. Hawdon and Lieutenant Munday effected a journey from Port Phillip to this place, 4JI a tandem, in the short space of one month. Their journal, which vé subjoin, will be read with much pleasure. lt is one proof, added to those already in'our possession, of the inexhaustaule resources of, Australia, and of the uu narrai lei ed facilities of communication enjoyed by the distant settler», of this, vast and partially explored country. . LÍBBj#naal^^o«jáy,, t££e «f Slat -regiment, arrff Í,: left jMelboonie at noon of .Thursd ay .sh? 1 J th of Jnlyt ana after a drive ofViuij -two miW over the beao-: lifql open grassy downs or Port Phillip, halted for lk» night near Mocnl M acedos, f he' roate for "nine j mi'es-cooñtiaéá to. pws* an4erne^th *he southern paint of M ficedon, through., rangea,-or as it is moally termed,J the Bl »ok Forest, thickly covered with string; ijark sod other tlmbsr of great Btatê Al the t«rminstioo of this forest, tb« aoaatrv...

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