Adelaide South Australian Register in Adelaide, South-Australia
14 Sep 1839

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14 Sep 1839

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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - September 14, 1839, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia the South australian Register. Adelaide saturday september 14, 1839. The last Gazette. Or. Geo. M. Stephen has resigned the commission of the peace and the office of chairman of the Bench of magistrates. Board of assistant Iio Aru of assistant commissioner is dissolved. Appointed Tempo airily to the i arc of assistant commissioner. Ted Gove Xou s nation i .sq., is appointed temporarily chief Clork in the governor s Ollie. . John Han a new been a jul Rinju the absence of or. . 5j non of magistrates. A nicotine of ibo pitch of my Trau Iukes place on Moud a to cd it a chairman in the Roi not or. I. M. Stephen. The san Vacti Rexi Nai i Orr i h re raved Fri u Mobil Lett Street to Nigton fat to i. Tho Survey Sittou in Morpau it Sirott Viil v p Aijiro Irit vat the drawing Lippart a Clit. charts and maps will lie open for . The a act f a the naturalization of certain persons natives of Germany was passed i i a i Vicil on thursday. I Ahu. is perhaps not generally kno Vii that Parsons cutting Wood on the l Ai k hand or in tha bed of the River subject them selves to prosecution. ctn Gravits which Arrivoli by the Sowers thire from lumli.? is urine Pally of a i cultural labourers oar inters us a blk i Zilha. Emit ratio depot. Five Tillack Init is t two carpenters Tilroe labourers Throe Wili rights a Carrier a Stoi Kroeper Ami oven female servants arc at poem Whit la i Sou upward will to poit for Socci Iii under preliminary land orders n monday first and fur election Tinl tender of tuesday thu 24th . Special special in racy Hai bowl Ukon during tha week by Vii Mal Colm esi., of la to Ufier a Lew observe Titis a the course which Ihu uld be Jolt eur to maintain the Harmony listing Between Tho government and the colonists a far As possible to sink sectional interest and in Laho " a Long Phil a Strong pull and a pull altogether for Tho general weal. The it Tiu in the lire Erit hour not a i Rbt has eur Btu Cuico Tain of die Hinc City of the Dos Ira with Liidi he has Laboured for is pro purity and Ami 1 Alt to party Jitter end a even Wiiilie partially Fuccy i Gunder the a Stetu ? f Vrubl and wicked inc up Rian Trini which he has just escaped his Excel Littiey is never Lisa Janie a the full Cic Dit of by Nett and most upright intention. Complaints b&9 Ben made that legislative measures of great urgency har.? been delayed and even if there were cause regret on this Point the which have occasioned it must it Varl out. It is notorious that both As governor and resident commissioner Lus excellency has had not merely to bring Forward the arrears and restore order in these depart ments hut to carry them on under increasing pressure and to foil Thorn into a a com to non Urac with the growth of Tho Colony. That to has personally Laboured Drudge we May say for t est object is known to every one and he has aft Rall Werths Jas Takon Tho measures really most important Fust. Nor it it yet too late to remedy whatever evil May Havo occurred and it is with pleasure we observe that the Lah contains an announcement that the Coli Cuil is in future to be occupied two Days in every week in framing and maturing Tho legislative enactments which Tho necessities of the Colony now require. This is As it should be and we tvs this axe Ellery will Only Forsher take Caro Hal unless in particular Case Uherc Dis Patel. And Sec Wey Are essential suc3? .13 the late " duties upon wheat act no legislative measure will to carried into a Law until is provisions Are first Mado known thro Urli tits Jazetta and an Opportunity Ircul r the Public voice to to heard upon the Gurjeet. Viewing Tho limited Constitution of Tho councils it at present a lists and seeing that the colonists Aro in Nowise in it to Hom notice of intended Laws indispensable to sound legislation and to the Catiti nuance of n Good understand Viii Between the i governor and thu people. It is also our Earnest Hope that his excellency will take the initiative in a measure of Paramount importance to the politics health of the province and recommend to her majesty s government a Extension of the Council. Tho infusion of a few of Tho leading colonists into a body hitherto strictly orb Cal would not merely a a popular but a beneficial Ineasie a us we think his s so Colency will feel when the Duy of taxation arrives that his Pel responsibility would Havo been less and Tho Public satisfaction Ucli or a or Lead Tho Council possessed hut a still fraction of principle in its const Itu son. But the discussion of a Nutter so vitally important cannot to entered upon incidentally and we then Foro pass on to consider the Mea sures Thich a the most anxiously i posted from the Council the first in Magn Tujo As in urgency ? certainly the Rugiu Rutits lats. The confusion which has already Arisen a m tha Uii Nuto divisions into which Totsu allot ments Havo been subjected is almost entirely a Law attributed to Tho want of a j Rover liw Anfir Muiir tha registration it l t f inc population has been kept and at tuis moment we can Only state its Aii Wint by get a was sumo time Agu Ord re by a Hotelier it was Ever Utun or Coni Pletch a Anu ignorant. Systematic registration at the outpost and in the towns it will be perceived is a subject which cannot safely be deferral. The Ursula Linn of the past office is at mtg a most pressing subjects for the consid Crl Ion of the Council and it is Lime t at irises Tab i Limont should be conducted Andor proper authority and in a manner which the great commercial interest of the Colony demand. A the present moment the Post office h nil \ c Asti Tatad or guarded by any any lots tire enactment Shatow and a a legitimate Rattree of internal ivc Hijo or As affording then Ity fur Omo strip Viront enactment Wing ado Ted in these respects. Among be rein lining measures Lor speck consideration. May be i j. A police act. 2 an act to regulate and to prevent the fraudulent use of de u sent weight and Nina. Turs. 3. An act to to Iii at tiie , Brawl ing and slam lit Erin of Dattlo a. The so Vii i Jirina others sic la As an in l ent act and a a a i Titus Iii to Ali ? City of a la Lido Are sue n mini Diatel invent Licin selves to us Asie i mail incr Etc Ilion of the Lair i latin Monvil. We feel confident Liis will enter upon their can Idi Rili ii with Earnest s and anxiety jul Aro sure i that like Dispo Siutiti of ten cil Onisia is to Giva him Hearty and wifi int support in carrying every beneficial measure into Ese Naioti As Well As in the funeral a ii Raj of Lii and it Istrati i j of thu government. To correspondents. We ought perhaps to have published Captain Martin s Ca ? id and Manly letter but we Trust he will on reflection approve of our withholding it especially under existing circumstances i would Only Lead from hand inf ilex Irti tation. Who knows i urn Siny Siut tic moment ? gone. I. The Filco alluded to by our fraud i. Is Palma he although a Ifould a Tver Eom t objected that remarks and observation Aro freely borrowed or that the it Toimi ii is not always to Tail or. Licu no Tail Rivon correctly but it has to Merit arrant int an a tans s or fact Iii artial a. Or. St Lions nil s Mani Jolete emf of Trio Colony i i inde a it May As i Lis f r the Osi Rosuro of Ilia Centra fiction and Inis stat clients in or. Horton James s " is months in South which Havo Bose demo i in a a Tali the most caustic and c in Lusic that can ii Ima Giuei. To should willingly Ratku a treats at length but to Havo not Sutlin sent sparse nor docs this interest to our Reader warrant i in occupying our Olumn Willi Trio Oil Oruro of what they Uno to a nothing Batter than very j Dull and Irive Linig a bout South Australia. Behave frequently exhibited for the amuse ment of our readers Choice samples of the braying which we occasionally hear from port Phillip on the subject of South Australia but we i ave Seldom Hail a More pentium a i it and Lidin tiie Tacui Hinds of tin Iii Ibi Tants Tor Mich at tilt s of import As War a duty Tomt room in Pussy is s no room inns her land ure uni reductive and jul r inst urls Lux territorial Revenue is pose a d of a fir Titius value although its proceeds Are at present most abundant for the promo Tion of its great Olin act immigration lint from the a whirr if Stork or aral de land wherein to invest Ali in a vital must be soother or later ruined us tin in arrival. As an incontrovertible deduction him. The faster the country is populated tie us once will tote re action take place and tic government lie bankrupt. Swan River is an Independent Colony and from tic Hants Ollic a inhabitants is drawn a Small Revenue sufficient with the assistance of the in Uther country Tosu port her civil Depeu Liture and Ink our a is . " Western Australia Lias the advantage of South Australia inasmuch As her Plains of waste land arc fed Over y some Alt Bougie not numerous blocks of tic up ?n1 a Tel. Tic Inbau Iuliu con i id a return Lor Ilic i our Hoy Jin Finis investor but it irus ii y is nut m foul Oliou sods it f i till acres Alto Sitivi silly Given a via Liy the s , running Astuti a in every wisc Tiwu Lilly ii nil Iii ire i i out mum in to twit the system it Grants if judiciously made is a to a Mial Ulicy a Liili a Var to live Liccini Iloilo i Viv wit i lint it Livor it a lip ii it unless the syr in of it mrchi Imi Uiti be a tool counter Bay fishery. This establishment after All we Are glad to hear is not yet broken up and although the interruption occasioned by the arrest of or. Dutton the cheif headman has been Munfor Tunuto a still Liopo the result is Tho season will lie a satisfactory o in. Trio following loiter to the Southern Ausler Arifin confirmatory of the statement in our last Lih lieu Job Liilie by the proprietors us Llie fishery to tic jail Tori to i to Sii it win Austn Han ail Viilo. Luis s i a ,.in . In. we ii it to hit in Rise inn ii Iii Ier of your journal you have Uuno Tiu in v it i i vistor to i. Whale Lis Lorr Lii Eli it links i Fin Silit in Ina ii Rok cts i Ron act Iii a i mimi1, Viry unjust. As our n int were in Riidu Al in t a it. i a v of its let s Tii tit your Sli mild kno a. with ten or Ivin Dirks a Vit to Toniu Chi Iii ind Tiitu in m i a is Liis Lexc Friom a lir co Vunior and his Monure tin i id c in Ivy Bijj Liim lit la incl Kuil in the terms our Ruvira our ," the Uriu Eions Nia Ilc by you Arv iiiir.?i ii cd. We Lifavi Over t Xii Rii Anit l Lanil \ wild liar. Liiva on Iro Sicri ii sly in to d 1 Keving in m tool u u Pruni a Urcle. Ami n heavy in 10-s ave Lod in Imre chive anything More promising that their general a i in Francc in Ili neighbourhood of Adelaide nil to could show wheat Barley Oats and kit atus in a condition Uliuli could not be Encel cd in any part of Trio world. Let us Rani nil our renders Llinat Ilie three weeks of october is Ilie proper period for matzo. Jinan Tittl Anil tint it is thebe to Froine circuit to gives for Ali j first Era cd newly turned Uji land. A tilt i dish of Early to , tie first we Luti of this season were dug in or. Stevenson s Garden North Adelaide on wednesday last. I eco Ivas have been on Sale in our Maicl during the last week they Are of e a

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