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

. GOVKKMAIENT ORDERS. (So. 15.) - ? ? Colomal Secretary's Opprci:, March 20, 182fi. HfS Bvfi'llenry the Governor h.i , been pleased' to lecninniend to his Majesty, th.it life sentence tif »Ucit!i pa-^ed on Friday^ An»el and I Iron-as rliirTnell, two of the bti-lirfi»u;eis Inli'ly icujvuti d, f ui.iy he coliiniutecW ior lmpriion menl in 'w.rf.K Islnntl, and hard laOom in chains, .during the period of ihi'ir naiural'lives. ' '« . '? - , Flie&e men, logitJier uuh .William Scotsw, mid, John*- Wil «' Jiiiu'i, minuted 'nf cult c jK'Mnig ; John Wilson, sheep'J,ste.d li'K.*. tienrne hiilluck. mid John inci.ii/n, horse 'stealing; mid_ ?\V,ilU0Mi ClnrLc, as a reoeivel of stolen j pr.oputy, me to \--i ( ro ' moved to the IIu K on '1 hui&uiiy tu*\t, ttie ^Jd instant, at 1» oVIoek, i''- order lo tlii'iMniji'iisoniiieiit in [Muifolk* Island. Thi* oilier |jiiio»»ra. who h.ivc been urdtrtd to Aiiirt'ton.Uiy, are «1O» u/he removed to ihe Hulk-, 'preparatory t(» their trans* purtaiion...

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

NOTiTR. . Turf Club Cmnmitlee-Tlaomi'^Tarch QQtk, 1826. *J|'T beinpf found expedient to ? obtain a New RAv'l; -»- (JOfJRS/i'; and the one selertcd requiring* prepa 1 ration, the tlnces are unavoidably pnslpciiir'd, until the i?4th imr1 '?i6t\) AJn.v, in order to nave Mtflicic nt time' for putlin' the Courai into a proper state. -, ' ' -^ ° ~ ~'n l G- d. Mills', Honorary Secretary. ,'? ?^v -' ItACKS. ' '* f^FIE fc»llomi-.g-a/p',t1tf ftl\*(VEi?', and '.tho order in Ml. v.-hicji'they.afe appointed to be run, at the erisuj ing IMeetirig . — '- ' .' , , ?.,-.., - - - , '-- J . Racj.'& to commence each dny, ,nt eleven o'clock. ? ' ' ?- i * , . .: '^.FlPSi, DAY. ' * Ihe Biibbane Cup — antl ^2.1 nddtd 'from the C!al- fund- for - ' Horses of all' 3*gf« , * \ Weight for age—Henis— s» miled.— Vi- dolors entrance for each Horsv, — to I e added to (he stake. - . . The winner of fhe Cup to carry 3,lbs. extra. ' . ^ ? SKCOND RACE.' ? ? Match— Sir John Jam iso nN , grey Colt. Abdallah^S yea...

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

SALES UY AUCTION. . ' . * * BY MR. PAUL, , ' ' . Has day, the 23d. hist, at 11 o'clock, in the 'Marked-place, '' ' positively without reserve, . - ' * i , ? - .^NlX(MILCH.tCOVVS, from- the- breed of- the'late ?3--N. Bayly, K^_. ? ? ; ? Z,'^; *''?-' ' - UV 'i£R.'PKI'lCM±,TT, '* y'''*t '', V On Wednesday next, thci¥*a9th,inbt. at tlie /residence of»Mr. ThinuaS Olarkson, JNo. '3, Pitt-street, to close 'Various: a'c- ' 'counls^:— -, ? , ' * '.''''? j^EVI31lAL,case's of Port.'and Madeira, ,of .s,ujrei^pr - ?'-* quality, a' hale'o'f .blankets , 'of* Sizes'.' a f^tv^caVes l-if sheeting,--colonial .hcesc/'a'fcw Iwius.'a'pd' various other arli -?les/parlictilhrs of ^vhich uill appear in'SatvirdayVpaper. ' '' VALUABIiE -FAIIMS AT UPPER MINTOL -'-- ?'? 'BY. MR. FAUL'r ' i ' ,-.--,' At hi^Neiir Rooms, No. 93. George-streetr on Wednesday tha t 29th ln&laut, at 12 o'clock precisely,' and 'piisitively.-witliout reserve, .? ' . ' ,, i , - . , ? ?-.*'*? Lot ij /^- FARM. of. 100 acres, called...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

. The Proprietors of the Bank of New South Walesv assembled at tlie'^Bank on Saturday last, piirpuun't to publiV 'advertisement. The. object of this meeting' tvas essential Iv, to consider of the propriety of forming', a coalition.. with -tliq prujectcd-Sydncy^JBanlt, -in -order to encrease'the Ciipital,1 by en'crea'sing the nuinbcr of Shawiroiders,. As,might be expected, on such an oc c.'isiohl, discussions^long^nd animated — to the purpose and not to the purpose; were entered upon;' and, a va riety of speakers delivered themselves of their .senti ments: 'All'the.debatings, during which ^ the' validity pvf, the Charter' .was', brought into questions,and- ar gued upon.; during which', also',' the propriety of mak ings surrender of the 'Charter, in order, under a clause in it, to get the' sanction of the 'Government to an augin'entatioVof ,the Shares, was fully exphunetl ; all the dehatings, ' we say, 'en^eirin ,a Resolution,', first, to subdivide the Bank shares into ten parts each ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

? fiNO'L'IS^'NfSM'a: The new'hill for a^certainiiifi the uniformity nf weights and 1 ineasurrs'thrtjtinhont the'Empire; comes into 'operation on the -lit' of January, 1&%6.'x ''' ' ' \t ?' '.' ' » ' 5*vEord..-C«c'i'rane-li«'«'liriven'nn the Firahsa' frigate to th'eJ3ra rilian Agont hnre, and left the sci vice*. 'Hf . was 'ill-paid, rand CoTiIiPrTorget his prizf-money-t' ,-- ^ xj,' . '1 'B'iver, Piesirieiit'o'f I,la\;ti has given orders in-JParis and Eng-I 'land, 'for several tte-am-bl^ts.'1-'; ,*','?'. \ '' ' '.' *' J*.i s^'jA-'snit^is now pVomxufiiig in tho Consistory 'Conit aa/ynst Lady Portsmouth, for adultery, at the-iribtance of the' I.or'd Clia'n ,jtellw^.-i1'-.*»t'''..W'''«''' ? r- '|ltj ' -* ? / ', .'' j|.lThe,En)peror.AlexAnder is said to he in.n ba/1 'slate of health ; ..OitOprivatclleHers report him 1 to be^almnst blind1 and deaO'1 1. .KaTjifc asjsawviiifliUon of young LawCasns has produced a .monstrous ?'iensation in Paris. ,At first it was.ihtiu-jht'a hriaic, bn...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 March 1826

SHIP NEWS   Arrived, on Friday evening last, the brig Nereus, Captain   Swindells, from the Mauritius the 5th of Dec. and the Cape of Good Hope the 12th Jan. Lading 1363 bags of Isle of France sugar, 126 pipes of Cape wine, 20 boxes of raisins, 5       bags of almonds, and one hundred and twenty ash oars.   On Tuesday last, the ship Sesostris, captain J. T. Drake, with   147 male prisoners, and stores for government. Three prisoners died on the passage. Left Portsmouth the 30th of N0v. and   came direct. The guard consists of Major Campbell, Ensign Benson, and 48 rank and file of the 57th regt. including the band of the same corps. Surgeon superintendent, Dr. Dalhunty, R.N.. Passengers, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Dalhunty, Mr. J. E. Clay, and Mr. N. Eise, with eight women and twelve children, belonging to the troops.       Same day, the colonial schoo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

Our. Readers will this morning- be surprised (.agree ably so we hope) at the appearance of ''The Aus tralian.'. V7e flatter* ourselves that the period is not very distant,, when we shall begin tormeet them twice a week permanently., The. outrages committed by the Bushrangersat Van Diemen's Land, will, we fear, be attended with the 'most disastrous consequences to that unhappy Colony. The- Settlers struggle, but struggle in vain, to derive a competency from. their labors qn the noil, and they will at last desert their farms, and desert the Colony, in despair of meeting with that protection which an active and efficient government ought to extend. The rni.nsriAr. Times vcrv iusUv remarks oh the length of time which the most desperate' or tne j-usnrangcr& have been at large, committing murder and 'robberies in' ail parts of the Colony. . Some of the. most indus trious and the most worthy of- the Settlers have lost nearly all they possess ; accumulated munlers have been committe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

THE AtfSTRAJLIAN SYDNEY, MARCH~2Sr 1S26. .

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (MARCH 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (MABcn 23.) IUe great abundance of- wheat at the market this daV, has contributed in.no small measure towards preventing the high prices which it was anticipated wonld be realised by the settler. The market was completely glutted with the suonlv : ami' aunougli there was 'a good attendance of buyers, prices gav way a little where sales were effected. . Fine Wheat, weighing 5 to 60lbs. per bushel, dry, free from smut, and clean, fully main .tamed its value. Barley is indifferent this' reason., and meet with little notice. Maize sustained no alteration in price ' '. ; °° ' ? ' ' - sold afper-Bush.'^ O - 8 0 I . 94 - ' ~ ' -?-*—. O 7.9 !? 111 ? ' '' '' '-,. ., , -.' ' '° ~7 ° I ' 372 _' C - - '-' *- ' -- ^ O 6^6 40 ? . : ' --:... g e 3 - ii5- - - '-Imp- '?' - '? °. e i ;. . ; ' ,-. ? Average Brice oC.Wlieaft.. , -'.. v^Wj|6w. 6 ?-M - . .Ditto of maize - . ?i^r-i'1' 6 '♦ - - ' ? ijiittu of Barley ''??-? _ r^'^f-,y4 /,-Q * -t ; -. . -Fine^Flour ZOsi Od. per cwt. ?' - v . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

!p»0R SALte.a MAHAGONY^bl^NirrAilLE' , of the first qualfty, and' newest fashion.^16- feet' Jonc, and four feet Wide. . - ' JtfrTculiSi!''1 ^^ HOt°l and forP'^''s eaqufro'cf

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

SHIP NEWS. .Arrivod yesterday,- the hriy .Sun, captain Gillej:. SliC'saiicd fnini Canton the 2Sth November ; ciillodat Hobart -Town,- from whence she .'iiilcd the. lGth insr, making her passage here .in eiyht ditvs. bailed, yesterday, the brig- Gloiy, for Po'rt Dalrvm )le, with a cargo of sundries.'* The bripf Fame is expected to sail this forenoon, ? The Lang and the John .Dunn had not arrived at ;heDenvent when the'Sun .sailed: ? ? ? ' ? ? ? 1

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. THE BUSH-RANGERS. DREADFUL OUTRAGES AND MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. ( From The Colonial Times of March 10.)   THE BUSH-RANGERS. DREADFUL OUTRAGES AND MURDER. Extract of a Letter fromLaunceston, dated on Mon lay last.: — "On Saturday evening last, Brady, with   His whole party of fourteen, attacked Mr. Dry's house ; and, after putting in the necessary sentinels and se curing the servants in an inside room, proceeded to rifle the house of all its contents — very coolly empty- ing- all the drawers and boxes of their contents of linen, clothes, and every thing valuable, and delibe rately tying them up in bundles to be conveyed away on horses' backs. One of the servants escaped into   town, and brought a strong party out, who arrived at the house while they were all inside. Owing to some unfortunate circumstances, they however escaped through the back door. They had been two hours in   the house when the party arrived, and from the house they rendezvoused to Mr. Wedge's tent, at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

MESSRS. W. H. MOORE, and' E. J. KEITH, having- this day entered into 'Partnership as Attornies, Solicitors, and Proctors, give Notice that the business, will be carried on at the residence -of Mr. JVfoorc, in George street, Sydney. ? ? - . W. H. Moore, ' ? ? Edwaud J. Keith. Geqrge-strect, March 1, 1826.' . *? ? ? r, ~~- NOTICE. [ ~ T~ NOTICE is hereby given, that the bi.sinessvhither r to carried on under the Firm of ' Bethune and Grant,' will, from the first day of- March next, ba conducted by Mr. W. A.JBethune, in his own name, and for his account only. -^All claims on the old Firm, and debts due tQ them, will be ar ranged- by Mr. Bethune. -s. ' Wharf, Hbbart-Tovvn, 24th Feb 1826. ? ... A CARD. ^ MR. DANIEL DERING MATTHEW begs leave to acquaint his friends and the Public, that having completed his engagement with Mr. John Raine, by put ting together his steam engine, at the Darling mills, Parramatta, lib is now returned to, his former residence in Upper Castlereagh street. 'where...

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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. r- i- Ca«n-'a V -V- hroa'ht forv-nrd for investigation fit the iolice Oflice, which pioinised .it the oiltset to involve the coiiruussion of an olioiicu onq of the most injurious in its coiise quenccs to a nuTciiritilc community.. Two ..prisoners'. '.iinniferi' juiiii layiorai.aoamufl Uave, were brought fonvard, both o rlUem serva.Ks of the croun, attached to the Government estab lishment nt liiinii Plains. From the dopc^ition of Mr. it.TPWlchctt, it would ^ceni til el the pnsosicr Cve cnllfd nt his, house one evf-nin», rcqiicbtin.' le weliim; he wnsncconliiigly »i]Cwii into the parlour, wlicrc'^ oiicne.1 l,,s bj.dgof, I.y .premising that nn opportunity nonr bfrerc?! of- n^.kmg i\|r, !?». Bcqiiaiiited with some facts noiirly. allp«dn.. Hi . «nk. of wj»ch h& waJg director. Tb.1t a man iwuiedJ'ai lo jr. a g.ng-i,,:^ mil. In^ft J3n.u Plains, had wJiibiaa several fifty dollar bill, purporling 'to fie home of the Sjd.iey Uaiik : ?e e he I,m1 exi-tui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDERS. (No. 15.) ' Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1826. HIS Excellency tlie Governor has been pleased to recommend to liis Majesty, that the sentence of death' passed o» Friday Angel and Thomas Unffnell, two of tin bushrangers-liilHy, convicted, may lie commuted for iniprison niciit in Norfolk 'island, and hard labour in chains, during tin . period of their natural live;.. j ' ' . -.' These men, together.with William Scotson, and John Wil liams, convicted of catt.'o stealing ; John .Wilson,: sheep steal ing; .Gporgc Uullock and John. Jackson, horse stealing; ami, William Clarke, as a receiver of stolen properly, arc to be re ' moved to the Flulk on Thursday next, this 'J3d instant, at IS o'clouk.in order to their imprisonment in Norfolk. Island. The other prisonun,, who have been ordered to Morcton Bay. ' are also to be removed to tl^c Hulk,- preparatory to their trans-, pbrlation, provided Uiey can 'be conveniently 'received on board, pending the improvements wh...

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FROM THE COURIER. (London, Sept. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 March 1826

Puoji the Cou-uieu. (London, Sent. 17.1 . In our preceding columns will' be found some inlel 'Higencc of. more than ordinary interestfrifrom - New; South' 'Wales, which we have extracted from ;-. file of the Australian, a paper recently c'stablised at Sydney , and which appears to be conducted with .considerable ability. IVitli respect to-thcaftair between his Majesty's ship Slaney, and the .Almorah, involving, as it seems to do, a curious question of commercial right claimed 1 on behalf of the'Easf India Company, we have not space to. day to do more than simply'rcfcr to the am ple details we have given' upon the subject*. ' .(From the Public Ledger, Nov. 7j By an arrival from Now South Wales, Sydney Pa pers rcai had us yesterday to the 20th of May. The -validity of the seizure of the Almbrah.a ship chartered by the Government, for having violated the rights of the East India Company, had 'been\ indirectly0 estab- lished by' the issue of the trial of Captain Mitchell, of liis Majest...

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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

To the Editor of-TJic Australian. ? I have. been in thecolonial trade for some years past, and for-' merlymade many voyages to Newcastle ; but latterly Imva been engaged in speculalious lo Ihc islands. I have. However, once more returned, to' my old track ; and was. at JVewcastlc last week, as master of a colonial vessel. Being well acquainted with the signalb heretofore hoisted at the signal stair' pn shore, to vessels in Jjie^ofling, 1 was much surprised that none were made lo my vessel, on*niy;coniing abreast of Red-head, a%d I- felt rather at a loss how-to proceed ; as, in former times, tlyS slate of the tide, and of the river, were indicated at the flag staff,1 and several oilier valu able communications used to be made to masters of vessels; hut, as none of these were exhibited for my guidance, I, at all risks, ventured in. Off the Bombhorer reef I was boarded by the pilot; and, on my inquiring why the usual signals had not been hoisted, 1 was informed that most of the flags w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

mj-ESSRS. W. H. MOORE, and E. J. KEITH, lyJL haying this day entered into Partnership as Attornies, Solicitors, and Proctors, give Notice that the business ?will be carried on at the residence of Mr. Jifoore. in Georixe street, Sidney. ' ' - ' W: H. Moore, Edwakd J. KEi^iati Gcorgc-strcet, March i, 1836. , £S5Ztv. ;^M' '^ = A CARD.r S * '?;'??- ? m/|'R. DANIEL BERING MATTHEW begs leave J-V.H. to acquaint his friends and , the Public, that having completed his engagement with' Mr. John ttaine, by pirt Uyg together lizs steam enKine. at the Darling mills, Parran'iatta, *??.,'' now Tet»rncd to I'is former residence in Upper Castlereagh ' street; 'where he will -continue to practice as Civil Eneinoer, Ar chitect, or Surveyor, in machines, bnildings, computation «f first movers, land-surveying, &c. &c. about which any person may tlmjjfc. proper to engage his services, and on the most reasonable terms. ? 13th March; 1826. ? batiiurst' classical ax\td mercantile school. ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

?'?',-. ' ? GOVERNMENT ORDERS. ' I . CftLONiAL^ucrtETAiiif's Offiui:, 'Maucu\28, 182G. No, 180 ' . . , , 2U5 IS Excellency the Governor, has much satisfac- ' OL tion in impressing the sense he entertains of the _, ondiict of tlie party of mnuntcd police employed it) flic Bathurs , istrict, under the orders of Lieut. Evenden, .of the; JiqlFs.^, . %. .. * ; This Officer lias evinced tho inostiniidnblu zeiil, and. the eser- , ions of Jiis Detachment have been beneficial to the colony. ( They have nlrendy apprehended se.vcral Timaways ; and on ; ho night of tJio lfith instant, fell in with a party of bushrangers, | t'iniiniinfl t'- seven in number, when Morris Connell, who is re- , iniied to have been ' one uf the most itolniious «)f the gang' was illed on the spot by corporal Broun, of the mounted polices* liy his .Excellency's Command, Alkx, M'Leav. Com».'iai. SEdanTAnv's Office, March 21, 1826, 'tfo/19.-)^ -? ' ? . ? ?- jOFlS Excellency thc» -Governor has thought it ne jOt cessary to...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

SHIP ICISWS. Arrived on Sunday last, from More ton Bay via Newcastle, the government cutLer Mermaid, Captain Penson. . - -?Saineda? the hr'ur Lord Rodney, Captain CJiarlton, from 'Port Stephens, with a cargo of cedar. On Tuesday last, from Port JMacquarie, the govern ment brig Mary Elizabeth, Captain James. She per formed the voyage to aud from Port Macquarie, in tbe short space of six days. k On Saturday aborning last, the brig Glory, captain Cieraents, put to sea, and \vas near getting ashore on the. outer South^ Head. She returned to port in the course of the day, and in the evening proceeded on her voyage. ? Sailed, orfSunday last, the brig Fame, William Cro ttiar'tyi roaster, for Botany Bay, where she will remain -a, few days taking in cargo, and will then' proceed to -Port'D-&lryrapIe. ' ? (, ! The brig- Dragon will sail on Sunday-next for the JDer went. ','„'' . ?;'/'- ? . * i. ?' ' ? /Boxing. — Lots of blunt have lately been sported aliout, from time to time, amongst...

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