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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 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. ADELAIDE GENERAL DISPENSARY. Under the Patronage of the Colonial Government. MR. WESTON, Surgeon, &c. begs to inti- mate to the inhabitants of Adelaide and neighbourhood that he has commenced the above Dispensary in connection with his profession, and respectfully solicits their support. Rundle-street, next to Mr. Stuckey's, Baker, April 12. 1839. PORT LINCOLN. MESSRS. SMITH, SHAEN, & CO.     having purchased from Mr. W. F.       PORTER the fast-sailing brig DORSET, coppered and cooper fastened, acquaint the public that she will he employed as a regular trader between this and Port Lincoln. The brig Dorset has very su- perior accommodations for passengers, and will be punctually despatche...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

ADELAIDE AND POUT LINCOLN TRADING COMPANY. Capital £20.000, in 2000 Shares of £\0 each j^rtrco, toUK^a***. Managing Director-Charles Smith, Esc, Wetn, ff Directors to be appointed by the Shareholders after signing ihe Deed ot Set tlement. Bankcre-The Bank of Australasia. Solicitor-Matthew Smith, Esq. A PPLICATIOXS for Sl.arestobc made to -A- Charles Smith, Esq., at the Atlclaido and Port Lincoln Hotel; orUlaUhew Smith Esq.. Solicitor, North Terrace, on payment of lOner cent, deposit on the amountoflhc Shares applied for, to be paid in the Bank of Australasia. The deed of settlement is now in preparation and will be completed at an early (by. Full particulars of the inlculious of the Company will be laid before 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 the of it OPFIPI A r MST n f th? i>rnnri,.f rt r- nf th P Si!e..?l ?.7riv\s Port Lincol No* I with thenumhertofTa^^^ attSdatel-...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1839. THE SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1839. THE SURVEY. WE were told the other day, by that most veracious chronicler of the doings of the colony, the editor of the Southern Australian, that "the Survey was at a stand still or worse." A reference to the Land Office notice   will show that 30,686 acres just surveyed by Messrs. McLaren, Halls, Counsel, and Darke, are about to be thrown open for selection and tender. Through the activity of our surveyors and the relief afforded by special surveys the     laying out of land is coming rapidly up to the demand.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot yet overtake our numerous correspon- dents; and must beg their indulgence for another week.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

IMPORTS. March 20.—The brig Caroline, 162 tons, Wood-   en, master, from Hobart Town:— 800 sheep, 74 boxes soap, 1 case segars, 2 cases British silks. March 29.— The Lady Mary Pelham. 207 tons, M'Lean, master, from Launceston, March 13:— 1000 sheep March 29.—The schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Allan, master, from Launceston, March 17;—750 sheep, 8 horses. March 29.—The schooner Charlotte, 96 tons Brown, master, from Launceston, March 15:— 1 cart, 30 bushels oats, 1 horse, 800 sheep, 50 boxes claret. April 1.—The barque Lady Emma, 136 tons, Price, master, from Launceston, March 23: —250 colonial ewes, 2 casks, 1500 broad pailing, 10 packages apparel, 1 package haberdashery, 2 cased stationery, 1 case paper, 1 bale rugs, 2 bales cot- ton, 2 cases oil, 3 bags nuts, 1 cask soda, 5 boxes fruits, 5 cases pickles, 286 bags flour, 6 bags oats, 10 bags bran, 17 packages sundries, 1050 sheep, 4 horses. April 2.— The schooner John Pirie, 106 tons. Martin, master, from Sydney, Feb. 2...

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THE NEW SETTLEMENT AND TOWN OF PORT LINCOLN. (From the Port [?] Herald, April 10.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

THE NEW SETTLEMENT AND TOWN OF PORT LINCOLN. (From the Port Lincoln Herald, April 10.) ON the 27th day of February last, a special survey of 15,000 acres of the land adjoining Boston Bay, in PORT LINCOLN, was de- manded, paid for, and obtained; and at the moment we write, on the tenth day of April following, there are nearly three hundred souls either located on the spot or embarking or   on their passage to it. Three vessels — the Abeona, of 105 tons, Captain Hawson; the Porter, of 251 tons, Captain Porter; and the Dorset, 81 tons, Captain Robertson—already belong; to Port Lincoln, and are engaged in conveying settlers and stores to the town; a magistrate has been appointed and police con- stables sworn in ; the water frontage has been surveyed and appropriated—we have a plan of the new city now before us—houses and stores are in the course of erection; supplies of all the necessaries of life are in abundance; con- tracts for a continuance of these supplies have been e...

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To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. GENTLEMEN—Mr. McLaren, manager of the South Australian Company has sent to the Southern Australian a number of questions, which, though on some points frivolous, are in general such as as would be desirable to obtain correctly answered. As few gentlemen are likely to see or notice the questions to which I allude, from the circumstance that the Southern Australian is now excluded from the houses of most of the respectable colonists, I trust you will favor the public by inserting them in your widely circulated Journal, by which you will oblige, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant. AN UNDISAPPOINTED SETTLER [We comply with our correspondent's re- quest, and such of our readers as have time or inclination may take up the subject. -Editors.] 1. What is the general nature of the climate— the summer heat? the winter cold ?   2. Have you storms frequently or occasionally, of wind, rain, thunder, and lightning? or are these &...

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To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. I remain, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant J. E. B. March 15, 1839. GENTLEMEN- I am one of those who have never ceased to mourn, because the distressed feelings still continue, over the sad and dis- honoring humbugs which have been and still are practised to entice from their homes those who would be now happy among friends and associates, toiling for subsistence and content.   How very inferior to what was promised at home are the comforts and attention bestowed on   the newly-landed emigrant. Brought from the discomforts of shipboard, he is lodged in a square of not exceeding ten feet, exposed to wind, water, heat, and cold in all their dangerous changes; and often into the same small square are crammed two families, evincing the great regard paid by the authorities to decency and general comfort, sadly destroying morality and engendering in the habitus from many steaming carcases diseases, miseries, and dea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

SOUTH AUSI KALIAN CHURCH BVILDING T HI? p., . fcOCI&TY. HE ramd increase of the popu-.t.on of -„„„,. fcOUtU Australia having reader.* .£ iro- pentiveup?nChri^?iofaUde?oi?u. a uoi?to I?JrSISSTTTi /rlltresf?rattend">6"?|?- tff , fr f ?roVi m.rS nf ?S^n ,fc f-? r . ' P.TOhh i S?&?£J^£J^Jl££ W=£etT^^ are seiibioie or me \uiue oi tut pie.it---in o oi the gospel that, as He works by.means, they arc w duty bound to contributei?B liberally as their means;wdl allow towards the furtherance of:so desirable an object as tliat of having the public Su~Sai£r— Donations, ti^' Amount of contributions £. ?. £. : already advertised .248 17 71 17 Mr. Eyre 5 5 5 5 Mr. Robert Tbomas 2 2 Mr. Surden 1 0 Mrs. Arthur 1 0 Mrs. Simpson 1 1 Mr. N?tioii 1 1 Mr. W. V. Brown J 1 Mrs. W. V. Brown 1 1 Mr. Robert Fisher 10 Rev. Edward \\ix 1 0 Mr. llailes 2 2 TOWN CLOCK " IT having been thought, by the public generally of Adelaide, that it is of importance tbat the clock in Trinity Church Tower sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 13 April 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN       All PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE, signed by the proper authorities, are to be con- sidered official and obeyed as such. By command, GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. COUNCIL CHAMBER, GOVERNMENT-HOUSE Adelaide, April 3, 1839 HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR       directs it to be notified that the Honorable   the Surveyor-general, CHARLES STURT, Esq.,     this day took the several oaths of office and his seal in the Council of the Province. By his Excellency's command, GEORGE HALL,   Clerk of Council. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 11. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, March 27,1839. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, being desirous of expediting the clearing of the streets from timber, requests that the occupiers or proprietors of allotments in South Adelaide, having frontages in squares or external terraces, will cut down or clear away to ...

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PORT LINCOLN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

PORT LINCOLN NEWS. THE Abeona arrived from Port Lincoln on Wednesday and reports the new settlement to be proceeding rapidly. The Victoria schooner was spoken by the Abeona going into Port Lincoln on Sunday   afternoon for water—all well.   Two settlers from Kangaroo Island arrived at Port Lincoln on Thursday week. They are old whalers well acquainted with the Gulf, and they state that heavy timber is in great abundance on the coast within a short distance of the port. Mr. Winter is proceeding with the survey ; and so much delighted is he with the country that he has declared his intention to settle at the Port. Mr. Winter found the following note in a bottle under a tree on one of the hills overlooking the harbour. It is in the handwriting of Mr. McLaren, Manager of the South Australian Company, and is dated on the day previous to the special survey of the   spot being secured at Adeiaide by Messrs. Smith and Hawson — " 26th February 1839. Dav...

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LATEST VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

LATEST VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MARKETS. LAUNCESTON.—The advices received this week by the Pelorus of the state of the Sydney corn market naturally tends to confirm holders in their anticipations: the result has not been any ad- vance in the prees of the day, 10s. being the highest figure offered; and at this figure extensive sales of first-rate samples, we understand, were     made yesterday —Launceston Advertiser, March 28. CORN AND FLOUR s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Wheat 8 0 @ 10 0 Oats 4 9 @ 5 0 Barley 5 6 " 7 0 Maize 0 0 " 0 0 Flour, first quality, per 100lb 24s. to 25. Ditto, second quality, ditto 22s. " 23s. BUTCHER'S MEAT.   d. d. Beef, joint 6 Mutton, joint 4½ — carcase..5½ —carcase 4   Veal 8 Pork 8 HOBART TOWN. — Walker's Mill— There has been a good supply of wheat during the week, but   the demand is still brisk, both for home con- sumption and for the Sydney market, so that the price is still firm at the following qu...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

IMPORTS. April 16.— The BRAZIL PACKET, 172 tons R.W. Buckett, master, from Launceston:— 1000 sheep, 24 horses, 1 ton potatos, 7 bags bran, 1000 feet boards, 2 carts, 1 cask, 1 gig. Passengers—Mr. James Baker, Anthony Best and wife, W. McGuffy, W. McCann, Richard Murdock, and John Lowe. April 16.— The schooner MUNFORD, 169 tons William Clevland, master, from Launceston: 3 tons flour, 10 tons potatos, 1000 sheep, 6 horses. April —The barque LINDSAYS, 220 tons,   David Walsh, master, from Twofold Bay:— 95 head of cattle, 100 sheep, 1 horse. April —The schooner HENRY FREELING, 90 tons, W. Morris, master, from Launceston:—.   150 sheep, 6 horses. 30 hhds. stout, 9 hhds. 16 casks ale, 2 bags corks, 7000 shingles, 5050 broad paling. 8000 laths, 6000 feet timber, 90 bags barley, 70 bags oats, 40 bags flour, 65 bags bran, 5 bags potatoes, 2 packages seeds, 3 cases fruit, 2 hives bees, 1 cart, 2 casks currants, 1 case 1 keg 10 1/2 bags, 3 bundles, 1 parcel merchandis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

• Oranges and lemons are grown at Kissing Point, about eight miles from Sydney, on the banks of the Paramatta River, which is merely a   creek running out of Port Jackson, in precisely the same kind of soil; immense quantities are exported to Van Diemen's Land from thence. t The cuttings will bear fine fruit after the expiration of four years—well-rooted plants in   the second year. Next to wool, therefore, I con- sider the cultivation of the vine in this splendid climate a matter of primary importance. A great deal of wine is now made in New South Wales of   excellent quality, and I have no doubt that it will soon become an article of export. I drank some which had been sent to Batavia, and it was con- sidered excellent. I In endeavouring to avoid these rocks, the Edward Lombe was wrecked in the Heads in 1834. * In New South Wales shingles are generally made out of the she-oak.       317

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LATEST SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

LATEST SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat, Sydney, per bushel 11s. to 12s. 6d.; do. Derwent, 13s. to 14s. ; barley English, 6s. 6d.; do. Cape, 9s.; oats New South Wales. 5s to 6s.; do. Derwent, 8s. to 9s.; maize, 10s.; potatos, 10s. — Sydney Gazette, March 14. Tuesday, March 12.— The supply was fully equal to demand this morning; but neither the one nor the other was very great. The potato building is nearly empty, and prices are rather higher; colonial fetch better prices, in conse- quence ot the scarcity of Derwent potatos.—.   Commercial Journal, March 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

GGVKKNMKNT ORDKR. Ho. 14.) Colonial S?-:n;KTAi?Y's Oirrci-:, Art a u>, jsu HIS EXCLLLF.N'oV TllM (iOVKHNOR <!iiv<ts the following rcura to be jv.sb lir-hed in uniformity with tncf?r?w of the lloval (*!):???•!' cf liicorjtoi'nli'-'.'i '.'i' the !•??.:;!; of B'.'L-?? Ev;vi!-i:;-v'> co'n-'an.i. I i'uloii.ii .-V..ivl.'.;-v\ 5* ~ "•'. 5Z J "£ *• I r- :•- ~ i* ~ '?'. r- '? '• '-,': r-:" ;> '-"' £, '* ' *-7 o* IC-. ~ "£**?* ?"'. =** i tT L. 5. X :":-.'_ i '-i ~ 5 i fK ? H :': : S:e* 3 ?• —2. | :,::*:: S i cs • 3? \ r ~ j •-: ! t*3 's ? i cil fc ~ -a S.S j q. c >-•?';-. si iv -•?: -• • • I c. < —" ~—^ i * *"r -V ii t'i i: r I r c :;: i > j |. 5 : j I ' "_ S f 2 I ; | ?.- S- i j ;-' ? yi \ •"•: _ cl* : ?'& :• i.. j t: •. '£% ' ;?? ' •- c; .!:' X- ' • •;- ! - ~ I =S. g^rOurAdvcr/i-iinr} Friend':\<"e request^particularly to notice, that a-'cirthvMiitr. once insettail will fit! contiHiw.il ?<>?{ chawed ?"??• vtihst...

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IMPORTANT TO MARINES. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

IMPORTANT TO MARINES. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. THOMAS LIPSON, Harbour Master, South Australia. Port-office, April 10, 1839. I am, &c. THOMAS LIPSON. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant. , L. H. April 16, 1839. SIR—Seeing it stated in the Port Lincoln Herald that the northern entrance to Boston Bay is perfectly clear, I beg you will give notice that when I surveyed Port Lincoln I discovered a reef of rocks running along half a mile from the north end of Boston Island. It is therefore necessary to keep three quarters of a mile from the Island, and to see the Bay   well open before bearing up for the anchorage. TROUBRIDGE SHOAL. —lt was reported a   few days ago that a vessel was stranded on Troubridge Shoal, supposed to be the Planter or Fairfield, now both overdue. We are glad to announce that there is no foundation for the report, as our readers will see from the follow- ing letter addressed to us by Capt. Lipson:—   ...

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PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

PORT LINCOLN. ALL accounts from the new settlement speak the same language — increasing satisfaction with the port and the neighbourhood. We subjoin a full and exceedingly interesting report which Mr. DUTTON, late Sheriff of the   province, has handed to us, of an excursion to the interior, accomplished by that gentleman and a party of friends. It is no longer possible to doubt that the country behind Port Lincoln is of excellent quality and available for every agricultural and pastoral purpose. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. Adelaide, April 7, 1839   Sir—The many conflicting statements re- specting Port Lincoln induced me to proceed in the Dorset in order that I might, by per- sonal observation, form a correct judgment of the capabilities of this harbour and its sur- rounding country.     The declaration of Captain Phillip Mitchell, published in your journal as far back as 1837, appeared to me to be the straightfor...

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LAST WORDS ON THE "COUNCIL AND GOVERNMENT." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 20 April 1839

LAST WORDS ON THE "COUNCIL AND GOVERNMENT." OUR readers need not be alarmed. It is not our intention to reply at length to the four mortal columns which our most learned and doubly profound brother of the Southern Aus- tralian has inflicted upon us in his last on points finally settled to the satisfaction of every man of common sense who desies the peace and quietude of the Province, but upon which our contemporary, like Goldsmith's schoolmaster, is ambitious to show that. *' Even tho' vanquished he can argue still." We merely wish to ask him a single question. If it it be correct, as he asserts, that it was by the second order in Council of July, 1836, that the persons of Council were appointed, and that none others but "persons" so appointed could be members of Council, how came it that the late Resident Commissioner was acknow- ledged by the learned ex-Advocate-General to be a legally appointed member of Council, see- ing that that functionary was not named in the order in Counci...

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