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CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 March 1826

CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday.) James Burke was indicted for the wilful murder of John Cogan, at Bringelly, on the,7th of January last, and Cornelius Donahu ,as an accessary after the fact, m harbouung and concealing tho said Burke. ,i.viciiaru-.mifKe ueposeu mai lie was hi mu uuuoc v» y»«» M'Gillpn the evening of the murder, both the prisoners wero there r tliey-were sitting at AI' Gill's door with Mrs. Cogan, the wife of the deceased. Shortly after Michael il/'Glynn came up and asked Mrs. Cogan to go to a house about a mile distnnt, wliichshc refused.- 'Burke took her by the arm and ledhera short distance; from ?the house. Cogan just then rushed from a hay stack; and knocked tho prisoner Burke down, he got up. an.i went back -to the -house ; Uonnhu then coining .up, was also knocked down by the deceased. This witness did not see more of Burke or t'ognn till he heiril M'Gill cry out, the innn is mur dered.- .'JlfG ill was observed., with an axe in his hand! aud Burke ^wasiheard sa^mg to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

'- *' ? * -- Svdnet; March 1,1826. WITNltSSES SUPGEtfED BY THE CROWN, . are requested to take Notice that the Return of Payments made at iny Oflice are closed at the end ot every Montli, and th« vouchers cancelled. All applications, therefore, not made within such given time will-be ineffectual. ? #. , G. G. Mills, . Registrar of the Su'preme Court. ESSRS. W. tf. MOORE,~and E. J. KEITH having- this day entered into Partnership ? as Atlornies, Solicitors, and Proctor's, give Notice that the business ?will be carried on at the residence of' Mr, Moore,' in George street, Sydney. ;? ' ** - W. H; Moore, Edward J[. Kei.th. : George-street, March 1, 1826. ., ~ AUSTRALIAN BREWERY. ~'~ 'A S I have declined this concern, hitherto carried on ?f*-_upon my promises, in George-street, — all persons having claims upon the said concern, are requested to present them to me, at the Waterloo-Warehouse, and ait persons. indebted to 'the said late concern, are requested to pay the same to C.J. Ravner, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

fi'DNEY i-^Pnnlcd for the Proprietors, by Joii.v-t'3!1 '

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

'.SOUTH; AM ER'l CA . 17e ;havp received^ tlie following 'Ijetter from Captain Dillon;, late' Commander' of tlie brig Caliler Vr-r .f -::i' ^' ?I'-/ ^'-v: :-:;'_ fi'J. \u' [ ! ''?; ''-' dtuheietV December 4th,' iQZS. v ,'; GBNTtFJiKNir— You vvbuld, niost likely wsli to know the state ot atlairsf *n Jreni, subsequent to tho^jfest Hecisive engage rngijt in. favour of theJndc'pendents. .At iSfe time the Roya.list army was 'made prisoners, ': the vice I\ ing Lascerna and - G en era 1 Cariterac entered into a c'apitiilntioh'with Bolix^rj the coriditiohs. of which-.were', that the wholatof the royal ajiiiy,*- with their arms and treasure were to evacuate the castle of Cnillao to thePatriots,' aiid embark onboard a Spariisliiquadfon'then laying in the PoTt, consisting of the Asia 74j Uie Achiflcs and th'e Pursiyella, sloops of war, .witlvsonic transports, and proceed 'to-ManiHa. On.thear jicles of capitulation being presented to tlie coiji'nian!diiig oflicer. in' garrison afCaDao,' he pere...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

CRIMINAL COURT — (TAici-sdayO George Bullock stood indicted for stealing a horso ? and Wil liam Clarke for receiving the same. ^The former person wascapi tally convicted the preceding day, of a similar offence). The animal it appeared, had been missing from a paddock on the ea-' tate pt «.. iviacajtnur; Ji,sq. about the 22d of October, it was af terwards discovered to have been impounded in the district of Bathurst, near Rooty-hill, from whence the prisoner Bullopk re leased'it, as he at the time stated, for one Thomas Lewis. The horse turned put to be the property of captain Fennell, and was subsequently found by Taylor, a constable, in a stable belonging to one Clarke, afParramatta, maimed, broke in, and branded T. L. Clarke on examination, stated that he had purchased the finnimal for 211. 5s. of Bullock, and produced a receipt, witnessed byja man named Cook. The evidence against both prisoners being conclusive, the Jury returned a verdict of guilty. ? In recording the sentence o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

THE undersigned hereby informs those Settlers and others residing on the Banks of Hunter's River, and at JVewcastlCj who are -indebted to him, by ' book debts, notes of hand, &c. that unless the same are satisfactorily, adjusted on or before the 25th day of April ncct, his demands on the defaulters will be handed over to bis Solicitor for the' purpose of enforcing payments' ' . ' Newcastle, March 14. ,' Francis BeattieI IMPROVED FIR^ BOXES. — A quantity just re ceived from London, well adapted for Gentlemen travelling, for bed -rooms, officcsj &c— These can be recommended for their safety, utility, and ease in'procuring alight. . BY JAMES TA WELL, No, 18, Pitt-street. BY LAT75 ARRIVALS ARIi KECJBl VED, By J. TAW^LLL, No. 18, Pitt-street— Raisins, Jordan almonds * Bees' wax, white wax''. ,- Filberts^ Spanish nuts Turpentine, , linseed oil,' glue, Various English confectionary black lead, ivory black, yel- PeDpenhint lozenges, and va- low ochre,' Puller's earth, # riou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

OFFENCES, OH A RGES;i !&c. : . Cava'nagh, who was remauded last \veek', oh.siispieion of being an; accomplice i*i the late robbery on*7 the Commissariat^tores, wasiagftin brought up'. He- had managed-' to'tnake - n'tenfpbrn'ry. i scape frqm,the watch-house keeper, and was found lurkirig;in an ADscure pRti.pt.cne aweuuig .House,, occupied- by.« Hie .tanuly^of Afr. Jonesr- iThe1'yonth made some resistance; but ,wasNnotwitir ftaridipg he y\ai conveyed to the' watch-house.- The Bench or rdBrcd him to bc_ safely -rtransuiiltedtc?-tlie.gabl to await his'trial.. Williaiu Andrews, for aitenjpling \6 pass himself asa free sub ject, er^gd, being a free subject entitled to get drunk' ad libitum,; a-id furthermore, with putting this design of getting drunk into ?execution last Friday evening;.wa9 doomed to have his temporary, ticjeet of freedom cancelled, fand himself.tb bereturne'd;td the pjacefrom whence became, — the piisqnor's linrracks. . wv;' ? John :BegIey, another trcket-of-leav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

PUBLIC NOTICES.' Colonial Secbetabv's Office, March 13, 182G.' B'TJIS Excellency the Governor, having directed Jti that prisoners of the crown, 'thoug-h ,holdin» « Tickets of Leave,' should not be licensed as publicans, or be allowed to have convicts assigned to ?them as -servants, has Vdeemed fit to explain the grounds which have induced this ite ''iJo'onc can be more desirous than his Excellency to enconrage those prisoners who have evinced a disposition to reform.or to af ford I In' n» cverv reasonable indulgence, but he cannot persuade himself that a prisoner, though holding a ' Ticket of Leave' which grants onlv a conditional release from immediate restraint Clin have any cIh'jiu to the indulgence alluded to, which, in his Vxculleucy'3 opinion, should he reserved exclusively, for the free inhabitants. It is hardly to be supposed, that a man who, be . fdreihc commission uf the crime which occasioned his trans nbrtation, had never been -in a situation of life to have o servant, (...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

ISA. Ttrl V rt» 1 . . A Bathurst resident has favoured us with the follow ing interesting intelligence— his communication -is da ted March 8th : ? - ;. ??; ''' :?.?,??' ' The information which has been publicly stated,- of everv\ thing being quiet within the dislr.it of Bath tint, is t^u'te eirj-* neons — we are very far from being at est. There are now ifi our vicinity, at least fifteen well-arhied outlaws, who have committed-' some very extensive and desperate robberies; besides setting fire, to the house of Mr. Marsden's overseer, and shooting at his Family through the windows, providentially without injury to any of them. Eyery. oilier night they carry offsheep from some farm or other, iu this district, and seem likely to extend their depreda tions more and more each day. Wc-re not Mr. Everden and Kis patty present, the. Bathurst settlers would be very ill off. Few; or none of the police have yet paid a visit to this side of thu mountains, if we except one solitary constable, an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

MARRIED.—On Saturday last, by special license, at Saint   Phillip's Church, by the Reverend William Cowper, William Ford, Esq. late of Hobart Town, to Miss Barnes, of the same place.                    

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

SHIP NEWS.   Arrived , on Friday last, in eight days from Port Dalrymple, the     Colonial brig Glory, capt. Clements, laden with wool and sundries, —passengers, the Rev. Mr. Hutchinson, Wesleyan Missionary, and Mr. Richard Heaney.             Sailed, on Thursday last, the brig Brutus,, for Macquarie   Island —passenger, Mr. White.               On Sunday, the brig, John Dunn, captain Mac'Beath, for En- gland, via the Derwent — she had more than one-third of a cargo on board, and will fill up at the Derwent with wattle bark — pas- sengers, for the Derwent, Lieut.-Colonel H. Thornton, C. B. 40th regt. T. G. Pitman, and Samuel Woodcock, Esqrs. and Mr. Mac- kenzie— for England, Mr. and Mrs. Willmot. On Tuesday, the Colonial brig Elizabeth, capt. Kent, for New Zealand, ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (MARCH 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (March 9.) Wheat has lately hee?i subject', to great fluctuation.' The holders of barley look forward confidently for an improvement in prices. 'Maize goes off heavilv. '- Sfi' ???' - . - . 'sol.1 at ner Bush.1 O. r 7. 9 ? -~72 - - ' - ' v '- 0 7 6 ,126- '. - '- - * - 0 73 ' - 1795 ' . / s ' -. - 'o r ;o . 28 ' - ?-,?.-- .'0-69 - 3b2 ' « i - - - ?- -x ,-* , 0 6 6' . 3NO - -^f''- ' -?'**? - - - 0 6^.0 ; ? so ' -/ . ' .' - 0^9 ' s ? Average' Price' of Wheat - 0 6 JO * - ??' T)itto of 'maize - ' 0 '-& 6 , '- - Ditto of Barley ' , //. ,-' 0*6, -- ' ? ''Fine FJour 20s. Od. per cwt. ?, ~, Seconds do. 37s. 6d.do.' , , v ? . 'Potatoes, 6s. Od. per cwt. — Fowls,^ 3s. Od. per couril© Dncks5s. 6d. per ditto — Geese ^1 5s*. Od. per ditto - Butter', Is. 9d. per lb. — Eggs,'2s. Od. per,do/en'. Cheese, Is. Od. £erlb. y f Assize price of bread sixpencc'^per loaf. Sfclhrig price fivepence'halfpenrty to sixpence halfpenny. '. - CATTLE MARKET. ; ? ,? «' ? Thei'3 has bpenvery li...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 March 1826

'?:'?':.' Things do not yet run perfectly smooth,- we find» among. .the projectors of the Australian Bank.~ One innovation of an important kind has already been made in- their first and principal resolution. It has been found necessary to encrease the number of shares ? from one thousand to twelve hundred. /?Though this is strongly indicative of the public opinion as to the necessity of encreasing the banking -concerns of the Colony, it has not tended to allay the \ disgust of many at the rapacious selfishness of the. monopolists, who still cherish the hope^pf, squeezing a.profit out of their friends and. the public. The holders of the additional tivo hundred shares, as far as .we-can ascertain, are those who will mainly benefit the institution, for they are those who will contribute to the profits by the callsthey themselves are likely to jnake, for loans. It is of no advantage toliavea 'lairge capital, granting that such a capital will really * exist,, without having it fully or e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

SYDiSTEY, MARCH 23/ 1826.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (MARCH 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. ('March 16.Y We have had a, good supply of w heat -mid' mnfee from tlic in 7 tenor.' FincHlK-ai fully support last week's price, though lht* eiidinary sorti seJl heavily. Barley is rather dearer. Qats aie'iii request. '.'..-., , .,.,.--. '.'.'?. '*'-'.; ' ? ' J3.*f« „ r' -- , '- * . ' -,sold'at«er Bush* !0 * 7' '0 1971/' ' *: ? - . . ? - ,. O . 6 -9 ' ' SO , - -. „ ? -.,,-, . -. ' o '6'' 8 - ays . ' ; . . . , .: .. 0' e~ 6 ^52. ' ' r .- :. . -. - ? 0- 6 3 , S95 ' * ? - ' . . - - » - o « 0' ?50 ?.-_?. --0.56 i0. . -. - , - . '.NO. 5 0 ? '. . Average Price pf, Wheat .- - 0-6.4 1-2 ' Ditto o'f 'maize - 0'~ 5 0 ' ' 1 ' Ditto* F linrley ' ; -..-'0 '4f's '' » ' ' - Fine Flour 20*i. OcJ. r;er cwt. ? : ? ? ? ? , Sfcoi^U-fli,. i?s. 6-l.cli). ,.?.,? . , Potatoes, 5-. (»d. |»cr cwu — FouIh, 3s- Od. per couple Dtickb 5-,. 3rl. ju'i rliiio— UeoijJ I4r,. 0-i. per ditto* ' Bnlter,' ls.#9d. per II).— Egg's, Us. dri. per dozen. ' , . Clieeic, .1s. Od. pi-rllj.' , ? . ?Assize price of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

' t1%/1*ESSRS- W- l1- MOOWE, and rR. J. KEITH, 11 - ApOFnir«v!»i-licit(irs, rinrPPfbctors, {yvr'Notico 'iliit tin* bifsitip.si will 6i'vc«i-',rif-l'«-uJ,ait the' residence .of' -Mr. Moore, in Geur»e .street, Sydney. . ^ ^ _.'? SuV-t-L^I^-y-^y -.- . - ,.??.-'-- TV. 'H. Moore^ ; * '?\C' -'. t. *, Edwaud J. Keith.' ' Qcorfie-strcet; March; 1» 1826. * *T^f ^T*£P^1? he.iieby ffiven.jhat the 'business hitherf 't ji^. fo*i«arl'i«tl ;on under the Firm qf ' 'Bethiinc and Grant.' wi/l. from JJheJijsl day of Ufarcji rmxt. bf» cojirlucterl by Mr. W. A. BETiCuyryTji'ljis .own tjauie^niid for liis account only. .. .— rAII claims on flie'tflti Finn, and debts due to them, will be arj '-jatO&&Bv:Wr.~i-vthhnc: -' ? -' '*.-*.?* * ' ' « '-??'?Wlra*rr1;llttban-T6fi'n,'24fli Fob'- 1826.' ' . ^ - . . '?' ,' / ''c - ;-': -, A CARD. ' ^'^ ^77 : ;*[^/|Tt. DANIEL DRYING MATTHEW bfirs'lt-avcj F-mTv ?° aCfl«aint' bis 'friends and the , Puhluvthat WvinSf eompfetrd ,li is cfiiingement with IMr. J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

' . ' WANTRH, . N-ywo-o^ three; Steady; Souths- as «-'- Apprentices to tin* business of A'GOM*Pt)ISITOR Apply at the Otlice of The AusiValiam. - '' WANTED IMMEDIATELY T£^ir TwifiLVB . ' pood' AIOVVElt^ ? -Apply lo l-*Arcy Wenlwoiih, Ks'q,- Ilomo-33ust».' WANT'S »,?- '* ^ '' A 'YOUNG WOMAN, as LADY'S MA ID—She ninsr Work well ut lier Neudle', und get up firie kinen.— Enquire at ? v, sNp, 8, ,Bli-rh-stieet. . .- , -Ranted, ^ „.?, . . ? FOR a Small Concern in'the Conn try, a BREWER ^ who( perfectly, untU;rs'tand3 life business; iinil, « liberil'wages will Be! given, hnrie1 rii'icl n|iplv Vvlu* causiot »ire satiifneiory 'refeiencetas tu,clmracler'.uid nbi.ities.' '?- ~ Auplicntion 10 be made at the-.Printing Othep 01 The Australian. ' JMnrch r, T8«6.y'''iJ '''?,' K- '' ? , ' '' ?' ' , '*' ' ^wVnTE'K'/'V'' ?' ', ? v A Sober, steady^middle a£ed 'WOMANk of ' good . ? , '? - 'CharactPri ' ,'' ? - ?»? ni-- - liy^aking application to, Mr., Win. Kemptnn^of CUrsnce-' street*- api'i.son aribweri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

99, GEOROE-STRKET. . ON RAL£ AT WILLIAM PARKER'S,— ^-^^' 'ShitaV b'y t!-e bag' ' .?'?'' '-??'*? Double refined ^loaf sugar ,'v - _. '?M **Vttlotta'8'li'3'si»n -?kin tea, in qoftrtetcbcala . . .' , * ,, ?_? 'Negjfi.hcnd iobneep - ? ?' ^ **.- t '??'„'' ! ... Knglislj'lmnis ^ ' * * North' Wafts cheese ' '? : ''?French plums in small bofM* ' t , . - ? - ' Sets of ivorv-l'andlfd knives andforKe ?'? ,v Ch-ystie'sL'' ndtiti«mnde hats. , ? ' ' I ' Sillv'jmd leather stocks'/ , , ,_ llnndsmne witlch ribbons '- iHliipk, ^Inzed, and' white lenther ricKnglttRtps ' ' Knglish .soa|- b$ the bv* . % V ;;, '? ^ Knulish salt in casks ' ' , ' ]'* kt»t salt -''--.-,.. Fickjcs, sauces, and oilman's stores, yery cheap, and in , ?jiri-nti;varii'ty / '*'---.' -1 ' G-ntleauVi's « caring appnrel of .every dweription Suporiiir shining . . r.. , ' t Fine coTtim stockings v ?_ ? .- i English cambric and cotton prints '. ? ' - ' ? ,► 'VVhite dimiiv fu'niiure ? ' f- r ? ' , !Hfd, white, 'and' striped cotton ' sJii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

B'CELy & HINDSO^'S Stores ure~no\v open for ^- Ihe reception of Wool; if approved of, Cash will be given for, the same on delivery. ON SALE! ISLE OP FRANCE SUGAR, per the Ton. ' Apply, to ? AspiNAiii,, Browne, & Co. CHA R-LOTTI^PLACRi ' A SPINALL, BltOVKE;1 and CO.' are now land -C^'' . ing -ex Elizabeth, from Canton, _ -.Chi-bts — Cn per Souchong ' * ? 1 ' IIjmjii Skin Halfchests — 'Ditto ' \ ' '? ±u ' - Young Hyson . '' ^Boxes — Young Hyson - . Pekoe * 1 4 ' - , P,on hong Souci one uunp.mder The. greatest care has been u-sed in the selection o'f these Tens, which « ill be fuimd to be of a siipeiW quality, and are now alren.d to the Public^ for Snlc, by-the package. ' ' ? As-MNALl'; UUOWNE, '& Co. - ? They have .also on Sale, by this vessel , a quaniity'of piece ?oods. shoes, silks, sanns. velvets, and a variety of other arti L-ies, winch will be Mild on reasonable ternm. . HVVKS. , (T^NR HUNDRED PRIME EWES FOR SALE. **-*' Apply,, to ' ' ' ' . - ,, David Maz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

? v PUBLIC ? NOTICES. Colonial Skcr taih's Orpicr, March IS, 1820 'OTlS'Exeelleney the Go\einor having hud uniler fc.Jt j,js consiiliTdtion the (4om-i imiciit Notire of flu*' 8th Novemb r. 18'.'-1, and the application:, of sevnraJ indi»i-f»Mls lor grants of Jind, on the Tjmt|nd of theii having mmnt lined .onvicjs --iee i-f cxprnsc to government, according to the pro\i sions ol the Vaid notice, hi, Jijecellency h pleased t-j djuct, that tJieSaid notice be cancelled, and, it is hereby canciifled accord ingly. . By his Excellency'* Command, r Cor.oxiAL Scorctarv^ Officc-Mauqu lG,*182fi. njPHE (lovet'ndr has hecii pleased to approve of tho ? fiillon'ing- .tltf'r,irTon-rin tH«« Policfof the Colnnv : ' In. the District of Windsor. Mr. George Jfiiks, to be thief constable, in the room of Howe, resigned. , In the district of 'Liverpool, ^AJr 'Frederick Moridith/ to be chief constable, in the mom of- Jilks, removed to Windsor. ? - Jiyrhis Excullency'&'Comniaiul,, . ^v ti. t rj - ''',...

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