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LA-TEST DATES FROM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

LATEST DATES FROM. England - 26th Feb. Sydney - - 16th May Cape - - 29th Feb. Hobart Town 28th May Calcutta • 15th Mar. Launceston - 29th May Mauritius - 15th Mar. Melbourne - 26th May Singapore - 12th Mar. Swan River - 9th May China - - 1st March New Zealand 17th Apr. BIRTH.— On the 11th instant, at Port Adelaide,   the wife of Mr R. Venn, of a son.

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1840 SECRET LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1840 SECRET LEGISLATION. It was with very great reluctance that we first noticed the charge of secret legislation, and something worse, which the Southern Australian had ventured to bring against the Governor; but the deplorable spirit with which that charge has been persevered in evinces so strong a desire to injure the colony elsewhere, that we cannot silently overlook any fresh attempt of our contemporary to palm his trebly exposed fictions upon the public. The Southern Australian not long ago endeavoured to shake the credit of the Government, and succeeded in establishing it more firmly than ever in the confidence of the colonists. His recent effort to fasten upon the Governor in- dividually the stigma of despotism—to attribute to him the love of arbitrary power—has ope- rated in a similar manner. His Excellency's " fixed principle of secret legislation" has been amply proved to be the most free and extended publication...

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NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

NEWS FROM ENGLAND. Through the kindness or Capt. Cameron, of the Orleana, we have received a file of London papers to the 27th February. It being late last evening before we received them, we have not room for lengthy extracts; but proceed do lay before our readers as outline of the most important news. THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE.—Her Majesty was joined in the bands of matrimony to Prince Albert, with all due solemnity, on the 10th of February. Nothing but rejoicings were heard of all over the country on this auspicious occa- sion. Both houses of Parliament presented congratulatory addresses to Her Majesty on the celebration of the nuptials. Parliament assembled on the 16th January. We annex Her Majesty's opening speech :— My Lords and Gentlemen—Since you were last assembled, I have declared my intention of allying myself in marriage with the Prince Albert, of Saxw Cobourg and Gotha. I humbly implore that the Divine Messing may prosper this union, and render it conducive to the interests ...

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ABSTRACT STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THIS PROVINCE, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

ABSTRACT STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THIS PROVINCE, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1840. (From last Thursday's Gazette.) RECEIPTS:       Revenue— £ s. d. £ s. d. £ «. 4. £ $. d. Amount brought forward 7371 5 4i ?? ... Quarterly transfer from land fund 3000 0 0 Custom* 5737 0 ll| Proceeds of Bills drawn on Com- 1 „.„_„ . . Postage 4? 2 3 missioners J35023 0 5 Fines and Fees 231 13 H From Colonial Storekeeper, pro- 5 ,„„ ,„ .. Licences 1350 0 0 ceeds «f sale of stores .! !...$ 182 18 4I Porrails 3 8 6 Refunded by Colonial Secretary, on J _, account of nalary to amount drawn > 55 17 C Carried Forward 7371 5 4J both in Bugland &in this colony $ 38861 16 aj Total Receipt* £43033 1 8 EXPKNI? I T V H B : ClVll— _ £ •• 4. £ s. d. ~,.... i£ n *A „' ~ Amount brought forward Ul7l 16 61 Governor s establishment 370 0 O Miscellaneous Disuirscmknts— Colonial Secretary's Department. I«S7 10 0 Public Works , 6894 17 U Depa...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. Friday, June 3, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock. Present- His Excellency the Governor, the Advocate- General, the Surveyor.General, the Assistant- Commissioner. The bill for " Regulating the Licensing of Auctioneers" was read and passed. A bill entitled " An Act authorising and de- claring the power of the Magistrates at Port Lincoln and other districts to commit prisoners to the gaol at Adelaide," was laid on the table and read a first time. His Excelleucy proposed that the Sheriff should be appointed a member of the committee for con- sidering the plan and estimates for a new gaol, instead of the Colonial Secretary, who had been prevented by illness from attending the meeting of that committee.—Ordered accordingly. June 9, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock. Present—His Excellency the Governor, the Advocate- General, the Surrevor-General, the Assistant Commissioner. The bill for authorising and declaring the power of the Magistrates of Port Linco...

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PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From Wednesday's Chronile.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From Wednesday's Chronile.) WE are almost daily told by some of our Contem- poraries in the neighbouring Colonies, and by letters— said to be written by persons in this colony, but who can never be discovered that South Australian it going down, down, down, to "everlastia' smash." Week after week is this doleful tale renewed, until our elder brethren, as well as ourselves, who have appeared more lately in the field, have become perfectly sickened at such unmeaning nonsense, and at the ignorance and malice which influence the writers of such stuff. Of all our contemporaries, none has taken more pains lately to prove that our colony is about to dwindle into "utter nothingness" than the editor of Murray's Review. We were once inclined to think better of Mr Murray—to consider him a person who had seen sufficient of the world to have had a little common sense instilled into his noddle; but now we discover how much we have been mistaken. In a file of papers j...

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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

SYDNEY BY the Piscator we have received our Sydney files up to the 6th May, from which we extract the following:— His Honor the Judge of South Australia (Mr Cooper), who is a visitor to our shores, sat on the bench by the side of Mr Justice Willis in the Supreme Crimial Court yesterday, to witness its proceeding! —Australian. South Australia.—We understand it is the intention of the Very Rev. the Vicar-General to proceed in a few days to South Australia, to take measures for establishing Catholic churches in that colony. There in a considerable body of Catholics in South Australia, who are most- anxious to be in possession of the means of per-   forming the exterior duties of their religion, and of visibly uniting themselves with the church of ages and nations.— Australian Chronicle. J. T. Wilson.—Extract from a letter by Messrs Hughes and Hosking, from their correspondents, Messrs Kerr, Murray, and Co., of Manilli, per Orwell, dated Manilla, 12th Februray, 1840 — " The...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

NEW ZEALAND. WE are in possesion of news from New Zea- land to the 17th of April. From the extracts we have given below it will be seen that the view we lately took regarding the eligibility of that country as a British settlement is likely to prove correct. The first extract is from a letter from Mr Majoribanks, of the well-known firm of that name in London, who had been wheedled into the Company's trap in London. The second is from a private letter from the Bay of Islands, whence it appears that the natives are likely to cause the settlers some annoyance, as we all along expected. The third extract, announcing the arrival of troops to keep them under, is from the Colonist of May 6. (Extract from Mr. Majoribank's letter.) At Port Nicholson, the situation of the future capital was changed last week to a place five miles distant, so that it will be probably four months before the town are ready for allotment, and per- haps fourteen more before the country sections are surveyed. Capit...

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CHINA. The following is from the Sydney Gazette of the 29th April:— [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

CHINA. The following is from the Sydney Gazette of the 29th April:— The Orwell has arrived from China, having sailed the 3d March, and bringing with her her previously procured cargo of sugars, cigars, and 2,500 chests tea. The tea is still procured through a foreign flag, and unless the Emperor of the Celestial Empire rouses the trade with foreigners to be stayed altogether, there is no fear of a falling off in the supply of tea. The following is ab extract from the Journal of Captain Hews.— March 10, was boarded by the schooner Ariel, Warden, master, laden with arms, amunition, and stores, with which she wan proceeding to join the fleet in China. Captain Warden reported as fol- lows, on the authority of Sir Gordon Bremer— " War had been declared against China—the 87th Royal Irish, from Ceylon, and three hundred troops from Bengal, with three ot H. M ships, the Blond, Vernon, and Pique, were to join the squadron in China, in April; to be followed by the Governor-general of India, L...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

VARIETIES. Revolution in the Marriage Ties.— Wives, obey your husbands,' says St. Paul; but,' Husbands, obey your wives,' says Chancellor Walworth. This is now true of the nuptial tie in New York. The decision of the chancellor in the Barry case is changing old ideas into new. By that decision, a woman may leave her husband for any freak, and she is entitled to all the children, or as many as she pleases. Already eight cases of married ladies, tired of their husbands, are preparing to go before the chancellor, for the benefit of this novel decision. Ask Mr Girardif it be not so. Each of these wish to leave their husbands, and   to take the pick of their children with them. At the next step the august judge will decide that a husband is nothing, and that the wife is the real owner of the children, property, [chattels?], goods, and cooking utensils. I was about to get a wife, but I shall pause awhile, until I can find a woman to whom I can give, with perfect confidence my...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefully corrected up to the 12th June.) Adelaide :—Printed and Published by the Pro- prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the Printing Office, Hindley-strcet, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price, per annum, £2 10s — £2 2s. if paid in ad- vance. Advertisements not exceeding eight   lines, 4s., and 3d. for every additional line.   Advertisements must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thursday evening. The South Australian Register is regularly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received' Port Adelaide— Mr Duncan. New Port —Messrs Mildred and Hare. Port Phillip—Mr F. Nodin. Launceston— Mr George Fisher, Wharf.   Sydney—Mr Tegg, George-street. London— Messrs. Black and Armstrong, Foreign Booksellers to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

FOR LAUNCESTON. The schooner MINERVA,Capt. David Reid, will sail for the     above port on Wednesday next, the 17th instant, has good accommo dation for passengers.   For freight or passage apply to AUGUST & COOKE. Hindley-street. June 12,1840. A CARD. MR JAMES ROBERTS, Land Surveyor and Estate Agent, has removed from Rundle-street, to the Offices of Messrs Cock and Ferguson, Land Agents, Rosina-street, Hindley street. Office hours from 10 till 4. N.B.—Town and Country Land, Land Orders, as also. Freehold and Leasehold Houses, in great variety, on sale or to let. Land selected in the Special Surveys. Mr R. also purposes directing a portion of his time to the laying out of villages, sub-division of sections, &c. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE Lease of those valuable premises situa ted in the best part of Hindley-street ad joining Captain Walker's and known as the Razar. The bouse contains 11 rooms and has an imposing front a...

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SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

SIGNALS. The following Code of Signals, used at the Register and Chronicle Office, to announce the arrival and departure of vessels, is publish- ed for the information of the public:— VESSELS ARRIVING. I. A black ball at the mast head announces a vessel in sight standing in. 2. A black ball at the south yard-arm an- nounces a ship or barque standing far, or anchored in, Holdfast Bay. 3. A white ball at the south yard-arm de-   notes a brig standing for, or anchored in, Holdfast Bay. 4. A rod ball at the south yard-arm denotes a schooner standing for, or anchored in, Hold- fast Bay. The same signals when shown at the north yard-arm annonnce that the vessel is standing for, or anchored off, the Port. 5. A St George's Cross (white flng with red cross) denotes that the vessel is from England. 6. A St Andrew's Cross (blue flag with white cross) denotes that the vessel is from Scotland. 7. A blue flag, with a white star in the centre denotes that the vessel is from Ireland. 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 June 1840

¥011 LAUNCESTON. To Sail oh Saturday, '20th instant. Jm? ri^HG well, known banjue I.ADY $$imb X EMMA, Tuot. Bucklanu, com- ; UK? niandcr. Tlie •ccoinodatioiis of this vtr.6tl are very superior. For uussuge, apply to the Captttin, on board, or to JOHNWALKEit. i June 12. IBJO. j FOX FOKT PHILLIP. I THG fast-stuliiw schooner PERSEVE. amyr lIAXCIZ. 4j tons per icgister, John livine, iiiuster, will sail for thu above colony in ten days. Fur freight or pnssagc, apply to JOHN NEWMAN & CO., Hutidie-strect. Adelaide, June 12, IP4O. JUST RECEIVED per "Orleana," from   London, the undermentioned :_ Bottle fruits assorted Herring paste   P'ickles do. Preserved meats Superior mustard Assorted sauces. JOHN SNOOKE. Pirie-street, 12th June, 1840. Q ANDERS & WUVTE have ph-asttrc in an. nounciiiy the arrival of nn iminuiiEe stock (,!' Drapery uiid Gioecry good?, mliicli will be toady fur inspection in tl:tir new piciniKcs early in tuc ensuing \\vck ; nt prese...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 June 1840

ABSTRACTO/SALES bg AUCTION BVRina the cmbciko vgek. This Day. Bcktham ft Co., at their roocm, UiniNef-tt., at ti« in the evening—sundries. Monday. Gekth?m& Co., ot their roomn. llind!ey-«treet. at «it in the evening—sundries. BiNTiUM & Co., at their room*. King William, j atrert at twelve—merchandise V. He E. Solomon, at flicir Auction Mart Currie. «tref (—the Cargo of tlte Dortcl. Tuesday. Bkhtimm & Co..at their Mock-y«r.l, King Willimn. street, «t twelve—saddle horse. ! Hall.es & Peru, at tbeir room, Hindhy.str«er, at twelve—sundries. W. H. Neale. ot his rooms, rranklin-street, at twelve—glass and eavthei.warc. M'cdncsday. Bentiiam 9t Co, Bt tbeir r.iom*, King William, street—land, houses, (be , Kc. Tiuhbiiay. W. H. Ncalc, «t bis rooms. Franklin street, —cattle, Ki. W. H. Neai.c, «t the stork yurd opposite Deck's stores— Cattle and ehoep. Friday. HAiLrs & Peek, at their room, Hindlcy-street, at noon—mercbun^ine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 June 1840

Ou Tuesday Ironing, Mi.rch l«lh, will ho I.llb- I is- lie d, price. (Jil, llio J'iist Number of a new Vwik'y Journal, to lie entitled rin <! i: sor r u a i stnai. i a n B. mi, ON 1 Sl', unit Settlors' WecUly li'coid of liiitiali, Foreign, and i'otuniv.l in- Tin! Colony of Sim'.U Australia w.i« established <-.i the Ki-J(>.-u|>|M>rliii^ j>:mi'i|)lf, which ruiitisls •.ii,ply iii (I,is, lint wliilM cwiy acre, of !:m«l is M.1.1 at ;i ii\i-.l pii.e, ami fh* money accrual;; from t .lc« m.-u il! v .Vw.ud to '.]>•• ;,'istiiit>'U> transport • •i?l:i;,niii^' ,'iiii!ji<iii!>. <ln- colony defray« iv- own 1. • :il ivf.cns.-.-. 'Ihis provision Ir.is now Mood llio let of r.Niio titan three yetu-s' trying v\ \><y'.: ■■:■:<: M- v tho«-iu:i!? of «>?ir iellow ('••utitcymiMi, wn.i (iuir w.ves au.l cliiMivu, have l.u n I'lt'iinittt d t-i li.iu-jihiiit themselves to the MiKj.oiie-* willjonl, :i* \c!, a sing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 June 1840

FOU LAUNCKSTON, To Sad on Saturday, 29tlt instant. wJfTft^THR well-known barque LADY EMMA. Titos. BucKi.ANO.com- innndei. Tlic uocomoditions of tn's vessel urc very mpcrior. For uassujc. apply to tlio Captain, on board, orto ?• iri JOHN AYALKKU. June 12, 1840. FOIiPOUT PIIILM". /5J\ THE fast.sailing scliooner PERSKVE !Sat?^; KASCE. 45 toits per >l'Bi>iU' r? Jo1! 11 Irvii'ie master, will sail for the ?*)u>e colony in ten day, '^^"jf-^^Nfc CO, llmnlle-ttiret. AAelaiilc'. June \2. IS4O. FOU SYDNEY DIRECT. -*T3* 'ilv TH E line first class ship /.VW f/S, 422 tons per register, William clark? comn.aini.-r, will sail for C-fejlVj?^ tin- s"bove port ?" thice weeks. *jbi£&-'irrag> For tivisrhl only, apply to ~~ JOHN NEWMAN** CO. liuiidle-stitjct. A.1.-laide, June Uth, lt-40. FOll SYDNEY, Positively to sail ok the ~>fh July, JJf* THE tine fast-sailing schooner #*L__ PLASTER, 3. M- I'.aiui), com- WEjrf muntliT, iaa tons register. For «Vk/?S?" fieitrlil or steerage passag...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 June 1840

BIRTH. —Last week, the widow of the late Thos. Easton, Esq., of a daughter. —On Thursday morning, the wife of Mr John Ingham, Grenfell-street, of a son.     MARRIED. —On the 17th instant by the Rev. C. B. Howard, Capt. Buckland of the barque Lady Emma to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Sam. Reeves, Esq., of the South Australian Company.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 June 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Saturday. June 12.—The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Thomas Robertson, commander, from Sydney. Passengers—Dr Ullathorme, Mr Rodwell, Mr Hodges, Mr and Mrs Tool, Mrs Sawyer and family. Cargo:—108 hhds. beer, 12 hhds. 12 casks wine, 6 hhds. gin, 157 bags flour, 4 cases slops, 2 casks twine, 3 bags spice, 3 cases pickles, 2 robbius dates, 1 case lamps, 3 cases pipes, 5 casks hams, 25 bales cord, 12 cases fruit, 4 casks tinware, 6 cases glass, 3 bolts canvas, 4 casks cheese, 4 cases cutlery, 1 case paper, 1 case violins, 230 bags bran. Sunday, June 13.—The schooner planter, 125 tons, J. M. Baird, commander, from Sydney. Cargo:—378 brls. Irish pork, 400 boxes soap, 59 cheeses, 11 hhds. Burton ale, 12 hhds. porter, 5 hhds. port wine, 24 quarter-casks sherry, 12 casks bottled seerry, 24 cases claret, 11 cases Burgundy, 25 half-pipes Cape, 25 quarter-casks ditto, 30 firkins Irish butter, 100 pine deals, 200 doz. bottled ale, 71 pkgs. Oilman'...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 June 1840

VESSELS EXPECTED. FROM London. —The New Holland, with pas- sengers and merchandise, overdue; the Caleb Angas, with merchandize, in a fortnight; the Lallah Rook, with merchandize, about the 1st July; the Courier, with merchandize, about the 1st July; and the Fairlie, with emigrants, about   the 18th July. From Greenock.—The Culdee, with passen- gers and merchandize, overdue; the Dauntless,   with passengers and merchandize, overdue; the Martin Luther and the Perfect, with passengers and merchandize, about the 1st August. From Belfast.—The William Nichol, with emigrants, about the 1st July. From Sydney.—The Victoria, with merchan- dise, daily. From LAUNCESTON.—The Mary, with hay and merchandize, daily; and the Waterwitch, with goods, in a fortnight. From Hobart Town. —The Abeona, with goods, daily. The Thirteen spoke the Coromandel from London to Port Phillip on the 26th April. She had met with a continuance of very severe weather in which she lost her bulwar...

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