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SUPREME COURT. (Monday.) Solomon v. Moore. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

SUPREME COITRT. '(Monday.) Solomon v. Moore. This was an action,, brought by the plaintiff, a re spectable inhabitant of Sydney, against the defendlant, an officer of the' army, for an assault and battery. - Samuel Lyons' — 1 was present at an auction held in the Military Barracks in th'e month of- June last. The effects of Ensign' Gore, then deceased, were ad vertised to be disposed|of ; 1 was there before' the auc tioneer. made his appearance, saw the plamtifr' there also, hewe-nt 'away for a short time and again re turned. , The sale had by this time commenced, ip jvas held under the verandah 'of some portion of the bar racks.'' - Plaintiff went on' the steps' leading to' the parapet, I also-stood at a short distance- from Juiim, saw a. ccntmci accost piaintm ana aesire nun to go down. Solomon, ^the plaintiff, refused, and allcdged us a reason that it was*a public auction, and be had a right to be there.. The conversatipn between seatinel and plaintiff'- had not'- continued- more...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c.   John Harpur appeared one day last week, in pur- suanceof n summons which'had been sned out. against ?him, for heing- an unlicensed vendor of spirituous 'i nunrs. Kow it would appear that the said John did,' w.ell and truly at one time possess nils oiiviaui= v\y . h^-e, Imt times hvp altered now, and he, as 'well asa o-ood many of his-c»Uin*, must seek some othor-inodo ^ Sf 'railing the wiml.' On the night of Sanday.it would. ^ seem, that some speculating, oonstablcs were most ap-; propriatcly attracked hy sounds of revelry and mirth, . ? which seemed ? to isstie' from' the domicile of a once . licenced publican. The constables 'determined on. pay \ng an unceremonious visit (o 'tlie host, and in pursTi-^ ' '..~~A ^e ^l.;c mcnlnfinn. without a verv ffroaf portion jf muuvaise hunte, they made tfieir.e«*--e into tno p^- „ sence of tbe unwdjlink:to-bc-thus-dibturbed jovial party. * ? » But who.canplWjCJ. IF.) as he stoodspcochless and ;* fixe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

BOXING EXTRAORDINARY.. Before 6 o'clock, a. m. of Tuesday week a ' rollol erable tribe' of die lark-rising' ' 'Roddies,', mustered together in a'joint and corporate'bodyi for the purpose «f p.ninvinVr a milliner match. The motlev srhoune was comprised of all sorts and sizes, from those' bipods' avIio inhabit along the won^easy acclivities of-mountainous Cambridge-street, down among the fertile grassgrow ing vales' of Harrington-street. This ' exhibition of proVessP'u'as expected' to exceed mojst of the modern gymnastic sports, and accordingly attracted its meed of patronage. The1 ' buffers' were neither of the mas culine nor neuter gender, but betwee'n 'both,— they were consequently that gentler class of mortals, called women — neither maids' nor widows, but_ according to Rob.1 Burns ' a'uld wee-bit wifekies' who 'loved iheir 'ain gudemon' dearly — but ' the bubble reputation' in fisticuflfe, .much more.' By 6 A. m. the pugnacious duett commenced — Mis. TJleanor (romantic name) 4 ba...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

-55itAqS'TO.. BE LET..:'UKFbaSISHED.; ?. 'Macquarie-plnce, Sidney. ? ;. ? ; ' ?' /Y?', . ' 1 ,- , . , . , , NOTICE..- ' '? ,/..'' ,' ' V'V^^ai^ward will be paid to; any person wln^ will I .Jdi^r the \a!d 'cow to*Mr. John Al-ck.M-eqasne-M^Sjd ney bat ' anV person in whose possession' she may be found alter .this notice, will l-e prosecuted for the onqnee: ? ? O' N SALE, at A. B. SPARK'S, Mauritius Sugar, Liverpool Salt, Chilian, HysonvGunpowder, and v ♦ J in n.mrter cheats, ex Talclta, njtansook, lnngcloth, J' UST receiv-.df-.per, BrigVliru-tus,' a f.ew cases ''of . 'CHOICJS'CHAMPAIONE. ' ? ?'-„*. John Robsox, 96, George-street. O1 n sale; isle of France ? sugar, V'1 - ' t tho Ton. Apply to ' / AbPiKAtt, Browke,. & Cp. ^ WANTRlJ, riPWO OR THREE STEADY YOUTHS ;. 'AS J- Apprentices to the business of. A COMPOSlTOil. ?-Apply at the Office' of Ti'iu Austualuk * ' ? ? . ' ' ~ .wanted!! : ] -' AMATV COOK, who will make himself 'ge^nera.lly useful.,. Also, an lN-DpOR SERYANT. - Appl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

We have more than once entered at tolerable length into the merits of the New Act (No, 2) relative to Licensed Victuallers. We shall perhaps be pardoned   for still dwelling on a subject which has not, now the charm of novelty to recommend it; but which, though   it be as stale as the stale beer the poor man is com- pelled to enbomb of a Sunday, we cannot quit with- out being chargeable with a dereliction of our duty. The law which was intended, and which, indeed, pro- mised to afford satisfaction to the publicans and pro- tection to the public, is now found to have failed altogether. So much depends upon the construction of word's and of sentences, so much upon the inter- pretation and upon the persons who have to interpret them, as well upon those who have to digest or   concoct laws, that disappointments of this kind will ever occur, where theorists only are concerned, and where they have not by experience and observation acquired the art of...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

PROCLAMATION. J3y his Excellency. Lieutenant General Kalph -Darling, Captain General and ' Goverjinr-lin.-ehief of. his Majesty's territory of N.cw South Wales and-'ils dependencies, and .Vice Admiral of the- same, &c. &c. &c. ? WHEREAS, -a Court of Quarter. Sessions^ has been 'appointed by me, pursuant to 'the 'Aict of PnrHnu ent in thnt behalf, to 1)6 hnlden n't Windsor on the second 'fm.'s'iDy»in April ne\t; mill ? whereas some arrangements* of a public 'nature, render it expedient that such sessions should be adjourned to a future pcrjod : — Now, therefore, I do appoinlthe sessions of the said court to beheld nt Windsor, on. the ninth day nf siny next, instead of Ilio day originally appointed. ' Given under my hand and seal, at poverrimentrhouse, Syd-; noy, this 31st clay of- MnrcL,*in Uie j ear of .our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six,' r ' '' ^ * ' ' / R.\.''pARLIN(S: ?' (Ij, S.).- . By his .Excellency 's.Cornjnand,.. ,,. \ 1 :-..-*;*' f ?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY,gAPRIL 8, 1826. ?*

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. (APRIL 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (April 6.) Owing partly to a superabundance at market to day, and partly iu consequence of a considerable arrival being hourly expected, the price of-whedt gave way at the commencement of the sales. The wheats were Generally of middling and. ordinary descrip tion's, nnd such met heavy sale, at a reductiqn in price $f from Is. to Is. fid. per- bushel .from last week's prices. -v,The market continues to be largely supplied with maizo ; which is. riiiefly new, and rather, inferior in quality. The price 'at which sales were effected, was' on a lower figure than last week. Barley begins' to look' up. . ' j *,?-??*- ?iA ''l*,v *' »? soldvat per Bush. .0 -(8 0 113 ' {,' * - i . -- - -O. 6 6 255 '- --- -063 58S ' - - -- v - - 0 ' ' 6 O -40 - . . - - -? i., ''- O ' 5- '3 ' '8 . ' - . ' - -. ' - ',., ; * ?- . '' 0 4 0 Average Price of- Wheat ' -\ 0 5', 11 3-4 ? - - Ditto of maize ? , - - O - Hi ^6 r ? . [Ditto of Barley 'V '?-,','- -0-3 6 ?''.??''jv ' Fine Ftour 18s.' Od. per ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

y'l'o the' Editor vf The Australian. ? TRUTH, SHOULD FREVAIIi. ? _Oin, ? ? ? ??;:(? ?..??? . . . ? . ; ?v/TPHE following' LETTER and correct- STATE JL MENT, audressed to the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. iriaviruj been rofiised insertion in that pancr. vour nub lislimg the same' \n' the 'impartial and liberal Australian, \\\\ oblige ?youpobedienUiuinble servant, '^Sydney, ApVil C, 1S20.' ' John Laurie. ' ?? ' , .. T-i-thc Editor of ? the Sydney Gazette. , f, Srn.l . , tlv I bflg tocpll your attention to llie very erroneous statement of a 'trial, 'co'pinusly inserted in'thc Sydney Gazette of the 23tl of January last, and whicii T trust you will-see the propriety ol _ correcting'; (iicrcby demonstrating (hat such misslatenicnl did no I . arise, front personal or prejudiced motives. I .am inpre particularly impelled -to this appeal lo your can dour,' in vonsequence of subsequently reiterated assertions of the veracity of your law reports, whereby opinions may be formed to'iny tp'rious ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

T^AVID MAZIERE hag now' on Sale, at his -*-^ Stores, Pitt-street—' ? j Very fine flavored nun, per Lang Strong vinegar '. -''?-'*' * Keal Cdonac brandy - , ??? Duck frocks and trowsers Hollitid cene\a , iStrong striped shirla '? ': Negrohead and Brazil tobacco' Slop jackets nhd' trowsers ;' ' Ts'e of France sugar i ? Super/inc cloths .,- , ? -. , ? 'Port, Madeira, Sherry, and Cape Groen baize '. . wines , ' Foolscap, letter, and note pa ITysonskin and Bohea lea .per ? ?? Bottled nlc and porter Ensjlish twine ' r ' ? Superior colonial butter, cheese Calicoes, pnnts/handkerchicfs^ Agricultural implements &.c-&c. &c. ^ ?»-? Sydney, Jan. Q6, 1826. ~ , ' * - / ~ 99, .ororgb-stkket! !~~^ on saljb at william parker's,—'' Siijgfar by the bag' -? ' , ''? '' '/* £ Double refined; loafi sugar - V ''-:*-»' Valetta's hyjon skin tea, in quarter chests ', . ' ?Kegroh'oa'd tobacco ' ' ', \ Englisiritains , ^ ' - * NorllrWills cheese ? / . '(I : French pliiu'i's in small bove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

? 3ALES BYJVUCTrON. , ' ' ' - ii v s. i.vnprs, ?At Jiis Tlqorns,J-TB,,75, Georgc-stAct,- this day, tha'8tfi of April, * , f\t eleven o!Jclocki vilhou't reserve, to close; n cousi^nmentl AVERTOLEGANT ASSCJR.TMENT of GLASS ''' and EARTHEN WARES, ,yiz. , , Wine coolers*. .' .Best cut. wines ' Lirndon wines *' ' - iHalf pint tumblers Tale creams ' '? ' ' Xcmou'adc cups lichly cut (Decanters richly c,ut J'inger .basons ditto ditto Jugs ditto ditto - Cut salts 'Rummers ditto ditto _ ' 'A handsome tea set, &c.&c. ?Also, a variety of_other goods too numerous to d'ulnil. HY MK. PAl/l,, On Monday next, at eleven o'clock, positively without reserve, A'FJSW'OIIESTS of HYSON SKIN TEA, ex Va letta,- fine nogrohcad 'tohacco,1 English prints, muslins, shawls, calicoes, thread, a: few pieces of second broad clptli, cotton balls, corded dimity, white and striped shirts. * ^Conditions;— three months credit to purchasers of twenty pounda and upu aids. ?- ?-? At-the Waterloo Stores, on T...

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To F. Rossi, Esq, Principal Superintendent of Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

'To Fj.Rnssi. Eati'Princinat Superintendent of Polled ' ' SiR,----I am directed by the Committee of Licensed Victuallers, pursuant to a resolution of that Body, at a meeting held at Hill's Tavern, on Friday last, rcs nectfnllv to solicit answers to the 'folio wine questions,' intended as a guide to Publicans to conduct their Houses in such way as will meet the satisfaction of the Government, and prevent to themselves the very disagreeable consequences that may attend an unin tentional breach of the law;— not to occupy too much of your time, Sir, I' will beg to ask : — _ 4t First, whether Publicans may serve' for the^ise of their neighbours, and not to be consumed in the Pub-' lie-house,* any' liquor in the evening, and in the inter vals of Divine Service on Sundays. '' 'Second, whether a friend or friends, seen drinking in a victualler's house after nine o'clock^orfon a Sun day at any hour.'proof being given that such wereien tert aiue'd as guests, without payment, will expope the i...

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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

To the Editor of The -Australian: JVothing gives me greater pleasure; than to observe tlic'rumj improvement which is takiiig'place in- this truly esliinnbfc «Dd risint; Colon v, under the ousnices of the nrpsnnf n,nnm. ? . ana i aouot not tliat a snort period will leave it few lncbnveni encies to complain of. In making.this remark 1 would fain be understood as not imputing to past Authorities any neglect or remissucss in duty, for it is notorious that every thing cannot le done at once ; and our former Governors hni-c doubtless had Uieir hands, full.of plans' and- occupations, csseiitial tp the intertill of the. Colony, arid from which' it is now plentifully reaping tlie be. nefits. On reference to your valuable Paper, I note that our pre sent Governor has not overlooked the inadequacy of the public Wharf Tor the purposes intended, and which, 'while it nu doubt some time hack answered fully the purposes of landing or ship ment of goods, is now by-no means adequate to tlie'tiicrrasul...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

We have inserted a letter, which appeared jn,TH« TiMEs'Newspaper on the 28th, of last ^eptenibej;.— Tliis coniniunication shews the nature of the statenj^nu forwarded from the Colonies, and it's being favoured with a place in The Times, is a prooi 01 ine aireuiwu which is beginning 'to be pajd by %he English Jour nals to the public affairs of New South Wales and. Van Diemen's Land. Pnvajtejvriters by Iteeping un ?»Jpor- . respondence' with their friends iu EnglauJ, and by having- their descriptions of the state of the Colonies published in the Newspapers at home ; so long as they ,adhere rigidly to the truth, may do some little service. Exaggeration, however, but too frequently enters into their recitals, when shielded from' the consequericej of mis-statement ; and what they detail is therefore re garded with suspicion by persons who do riO\yAiV to be misled, and whom it is material not to mislead, The public, and ibr the most pari correct, reinarksof | the Colonial Times,' will sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

GOVERNMENT. NOTICES. . ?' ? . Colonial Secretary's Office, April 7, 1826. T£3F IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to ?E—B- order, thnt Discount, ^at^ the rate of eight per cent, per annum, be allowed on the amount of cattle purchased at the late' Government Sale at Parramalta, to all persons who, shall immediately pay for the .same. By his Excellency's Command, ' ' ' Alex. M«Leav. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 7» 1826. JOHN FEA Ry by' the Grenada (I), having obtained ' a Ticket of Leave, by producing1 at this. Office a document, purporting to be signed \ by Mr. John Wild, at ? Cnwdor. Constables ond others are hereby directed to appre hend, and deliver over to the Principal Superintendent of Con victs, the person of the said John Fear. ' ? . ? He is a native of Surry, by trade a gardener, '5 feet 7 S-4 inches high, sallow and pocktnuked complexion, has, black feair, and hazle eyes. By his Excellency's Command, ..Alex. M'Leay. ? ?- ? ijCoiJONiAi. Secretary's-Office, Apr...

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LETTERS OF THE PUBLICANS. To Alexander M'Leau Esq. Colonial Secretary &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

LETTERS OF THE PUBLICANS. To Alexander M'Leaiu Exa. flnlnninl Seoretarji. An, . 'I am desired by the Committee,, pursuant to. a re solution of the body of Licensed Victurllers, at a meetiug- held at Hill's Tavern, on Friday last, to beg vou will return thanks, to his Excellency the Gover nor, on their behalf, for the ready attention shewn to* a letter addressed to you, Sir, from them, and for the answer then received and read. ' I am desired also to express the concern felt by,, all present, that it should be thought that any of their body * are' not disposed to understand' the Act of Council. 'In conveying the sense of the meeting, it becomes my duty to observe^ that Victuallers derive little or trifling benefit from entertaing convicts at any time ; yet,', feel happy in being delivered from a harrassing restr-aint imposed by the former Actr *- The Licensed Victuallers will not fail-to profit by, the advice given to unite for the suppression of pri vate sellers. ' lam desired furth...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

VAN DIEIVIEN'S LAND. * . Active preparations are matting lor-me -=»pU.»e fore. 'Several of the native youths have also united ''to Ct out a ' trhalina* «stablislim«nf .* We perceive by a Government Order', that the Lieu \ tenant Governor has issued a Commission, stated in '';' 'the notification to be under ' the Great Seal,' and in the C'omuii&sioij itselfrectt«d to be under the Lieute nant Governor's .*' Private Seal,' by which .Messrs.' Dumaresq, Murdoch, and O'Cminor, are appointed Commissioners to' survey- this. 'Island) to. apportion if itUo counties, hundreds, and parishes, and to makp r. ? r',va.l nation- of the Jauds. We find by this document, , that the Governnieat of this Island is to possess a'' ? Great Seal. Every tiling with us is now upon a eu ' perior scale. It» New South Wales they have only wiiat is called ' the Seal of the Territory,' here^ve 'are to have a '{Jreat-Seal ;' and, we believe, we shall be, the only Colony in the. British dominion, possessing vs...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

MARRIED.—On the 6th instant, by special license, at       St. James's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Thomas Raine, Esquire, of the firm of Raine and Ramsay, to Miss Fanny Eleanor Worsley.      

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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. Peter Qaigley stood charged with being an unlicens ed vender of strong waters. Defendant pleaded ab sence at the'time the alleged vending was said to'have been performed]. _lt seems that a constable, bearing- the appellatvjnjor uaniuron, was, enjoying tnc an* on oun day evejislnlsf JJjist*;* seated at his ease just outside the door of a* public house kept by one Mac'Cabe, in. Market-street,- and 'notr twenty miles from the 'defen dant's ; 'whp tor his|part makes a profession ofivending ' auld claes' that ' gare amaist as weel's.ttie new*.' to ' all who'chusc to buy tliem ; and by all accounts, he ma nages to turn -the ' ready 'penny'' as. luckily in^his way, and by keeping up in his stoi-es an extensive as sortment of sundry slops suitable to 'all -sexes and conditions, as if in good earnest he were to follow the thrift'of an unlicensed victualler. It was about eijjht o'clock on the Sunday evening that Mac'Cabe and his wife, and the constable had a sii...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 April 1826

SHIP NEWS Sailed on Thutsday last, from Botany. Bay, the brig Fame, William, Cromarty, for Port Dalrymple, lading 53 Merino rams, and sundries. Passengers, Mrs. Heany and family, Mrs. May, Timothy Now!-.J, Esq. Mr. Simeon Lord, jun. and four steerage passengers. Same day, the schooner Governor Sorell, W. H. Skelton, and the cutter Woodman, John Day, both for New Zealand on a speculative voyage. ' Same day, the cutter 'Brisbane, on a botanical ex pedition to the south west coast of Nqw Holland. Passengers. Mr. Baxter, botanist, and'Mr/ Robert Nicholls. ': ? . ?' ' - .. ' ' ' * The following, is. a list of the Whalers which the , , Larno left at theBay-of Islands: — '- -?!'; ''? ?''-»' . ; The Kent, quite full and ready forsoa. n ' Tub Vansittart. nearly full. ' - ' ' ''?-'.? The EImly with ahoul half a cargo. '- ( --.*-' The Pjiudent and The Ann, which !had arrived from England on the 23d of , February, having quitted .'the.- Channel on the 3d of October.

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