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

ii;.;. . GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ? '--.? .,-.???' . . . , ? ? --.«a5a»- ? v ,: ? , . Cot/oniatj Skckktauv'ss Office, Aprii. 4, 1820; Til 13 Governor has been pleaded to approve of the following1 altciations in the Pplirejof the Colony. At Pcnritli — /allies Normnud, ship si angk-s, to be con&tpble and icourgqr, vice Smith, dismissed for drunkness and gcneial bnd conduct. ' ' At Parramntta — -James Miikloon dismissed, for improper conduct at tlie Female factory. , +? . At Caiuden — James '^Hartley, ship Indefatigable, to be constable, ? vice Burke, dismissed. ? . ? r * t, , ' By his Excellency's Command, '' , '.« PUBLIC NOTICE*. . Colonial SncaETAitVs Office, April 4, 1826. THE nuilerincntionpU'Persons have obtained' Certi ficates or Tickets of -Leave, during the last_weelc. CCRTIFICATCS. _ *'*? ? Atlas (4).h .. % -Edivnrd Scott.^icbard'England, Archibald . ? t ^t ^M.£tnb}o;QpdJohriX-wcn-~ ' ' ' -''it Bencoolen * ' Patricjl M'CluSky. '* '& Oinada 00 James Biirkcv (duplicat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, APRILig; 1 826.

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SUPREME COURT—(APRIL 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

SUPREME COURT- (April io!). MDRRETT'v. KENN, IMACtCLUOD, & nUTTEBWORTlI. This was an'action of assault and false imprison : ment. - * ' J - '* '',' The Plaintiff was a steefa'g-e passong-er pn board thp William Shand,',.on her voyage frojn England ; tho Defendant, Kenrj, was commander of the 'ship, anil Mac'Cleod and liutrerworth the first and second offi cers. Wifnessos on behalf of the Plaintiff, stated, that the captain and plaintiff, after the departure of the ship from Hobart Town, had a dispute, which ended in the former ordering- his two officers. to put hapdcufFb on the latter,- and keeping- him so co'n fined upwards of two hours. . They also stated,' that a great. deal; of wrangling had taken place between the same parties during the voyage, and that very abusive names were' used on those occasions Towards each other.. The wit nesses said that the. plaintiffs wrists vvqre much bruised with the handcuffs,' and added, that they considered the conduct of the captain du...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Saturday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

, CRIMINAL COVRT^CSaturdajf.) . William Walker and Samuel Baker' stood indict^ for burglariously forcing and entering^ the stores of Messrs. Cooper and Levey. .The. prisoner Walker' plc.irlerl «? ilty to th.e charge; a.na »vas, m conscqupiioe, remanded From the evidence adduced p,n Ijeh.ilf of the prose cution, as has been detailed in a previous number of this Paper, it appeared that the Waterloo Stores h&& beeq broken into one of trie ntg-lits in January fast, and a number of different descriptions of coins ab stracted. Suspicion fell upon the prisoner, and a party of th.o police succeeded in entering his dwelling^ where several persons were found assembled, and* among them, was the prisoner. The chief constable directed his assistants to search the rooms^ in effect ing this a'box was discovered, which the prisoner ad-, mitted as his, hut unarmed that he had Josi the key of r it on the previous evening'. ' The box, upon being * broken open and' examinee}, was .found...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

. '*.J .- ' ^PROCLAMATION'. '? H'\ ? ' ?? ? By lu» 'Excellency .Lieutenant Gettcfral Ralph Darling .Captain General and GovernnrMJ-'cliieF,'q$:-|iis Majesty's ,. «.' ?'- territory of 'New South Wales Vnd its dependencies, and ' Vice Admiral of the same, &c &C. &e» WHERI5AS a Court of Quarter Sessions lias lieen .''appointed by Me, pursnant to the Act of Par liarnent, in that behalf, tn be. Itolrten at Sydney, on the first Jlfon . day in M»iy next ; — And whereas some arrangements of a Public natnre render il expedient thut-siich Sessions should .be adjourned to ? future period, Now therefore,! do appoint the next Sessions of'th« 'said Court to toe Itetd at Sydney, on the 16lh dny of May - ' ineXti instead of the day originally appointed. -' ' 'Given under my hand and seal, at Government-House, ,r, ' - Sydney, this eleventh day of April, in the year ^ t .!»_.? of .our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred anil ' - twenty-six. '*',?-' Ra. Darling. ? \ ' By his Exce...

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PLAN OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

PISiLN OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRld.UfLTlX -A c : RAL COMPANY. ; I v . ta the wide range of objects presented, during .modern 'times, to coiumersiai enterprise, there is, perbapc, none that Hbo(df out the prospect of greater national benefit, or of more Attain individual emolument, titan the plan of extending culti Wtiou, and producing wool of the finest quality jn New South ?W*lei.: ' ? ' . ? ' ? . ? yius colony,- containing a terntory of about nineteen bund red ?lid sixty rai]es in length, and thirteen hundred and sixty in 'bfradth, is remarkable for t'ie fineness nnd salubrity of its cli «»t*. tbt »ast extent of its pa»turesk and for yielding the richest prudiKIs of the temperate zone, in almost every variety. It is . well calculated for the growth of timber, wheat, tobacco, he mp, . flair, and fruitu of aiinwrous kinds, amongst which are the olive, ?tap* .fig, iuiilberr4, gjiava, almond, p*ach, citron, and orange. jiut of til its vanous procjucrions, that for which the soil »nd '??: ...

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FORSES [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

; » OH.HRS., Attheprcspnt -»time, ivuun 'the 'particular friends of the (solojnyi aAi' directing 1 th'eir ' attention to'' the im piHJvemcnt-.'ofiJHor8ils, it may not' be altogether out of nlacft to shewvbv rheTollowinff arliclc'extrixcted from an Jinglisn. -periodical wonc, the nature or scucmes which are in,agitation, even in England, for die pro , rnotion,,of \ similar object-:— - ' ' -?? The.new project of a National Stud is its fust introduction into the stables— the first nnininl, perhaps, as might lia'vWbecn nnlicip'aled from its superior intelligence, whjch will.he scienti fically educated,' is the hutse. Scientific education, after having been. ft)#t introduced into our national schools, is io be canied intufiur national studs. The idea -is unobvious enough, never theless, if the thing be_well man.igcd, and,' from the good sen.se * -of-the' prospectus, and ni- know nothing tff Uic matter except fiom it. we should augur* wefl ; 'we should expect from it, re-' ? suits of the,...

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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. '' A master farrjer residing in Pitt-street, appeared to * ' a summons foi' alleged ? ill-treatment towards Jolm ' ' Newman, His apprentice'. A gftod .deal' of evidence , \ pro and co^|\vas adduced on this.occasjan. The lad, . who was about lzyears. of age, «omplainod, that dur ing the two years. he had been articled as an apprei - tice, a sufticiency of good or wholesome food had not' - been allowed him, -an'd'that'he haTil been forced to put /-' up with the company of assigned Government servants', '^ at bed and hoard. Tliis'was. confirmed by some of the - servants,' with, the' addition, of their being freqifently, ' . forced to. swallow the'ir bread and tea without the ai(|s of milk or butter— -that upon representing' their grie vances to the master, a change had taken place in their diet for the.better — there were fewer banyan days, * since than- formerly, and that the apprentice Newman ' had been transferred from,, the parlour, where he was % ato...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

We have great reason to congratulate ourselves on the success we have had in exposing the deceptions .of the Australian Agricultural Company. ? Every one of their proceedings, which have come into' public' notice, through our means, has created converts to our opini ons from among the credulous who ventured to pre dict that'sucli a Company might prove at some time, or some. 'way qr other serviceable to., the Colony, or who had the confidence to hope, that those who - were in strumental to their Incorporation, could possibly medi tate any project: whatever disinterestedly, or rather without the most selfish, unscrupulously-selfish designs. The Plan, offered to our readers this day, containing as it does an exposition, or pretended exposition of the intentions -of the Company, in obtaining a Charter of incorporation, forms, .a fine contrast to their' actual pro ceedings, and'affords positive testimouy of the manoeu vres that .liaye'been practised, to throw the. resources of the' Colon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

SCELY & HINDSOWS Stores are now _opon Jbr the reception of Wool ; if approved of, .Cash u'ill be given for' the same on' delivery. ' ~- forTs ale' b y 'the package' AT Mr. CaaipbcijI/s, landing from the Toward Castle, London — dark and .light colored fancy prints, uhite calicoes, striped and check cottons, duck fiocks and tiowsers, check shirts, 6-4, 7-4, and 8-4 rose blankets, co lored threads; saiPtwinCj cordnge, sheet Jead. ALSO, ' ' ?''Remains 'of former consighments— ^ consisting, of upwards of, one hundred pipes of real Cogmc brandy, lying in his Majesty's Bonded Store; and the wines fonnerly advertised of Port, Sherry, and Madeira, in packed pipes of ten and'a half dozen each, im ported three years ago. .Likewise, about six tons of New : Zca laiid flax, well adapted for making into cordage .or linen. ,'4 Campbell's ,,Whaif, March lo, 18a'6. TO PRIVATE 'FAMILIES. IN the DONCASTJSK, and expected daily, an ex. , 'tensive assortment of Gentlemen's, Ladifcs,; and children'...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

SHIP NEWS. On Saturday last arrived the brig John Shore, Capt. Heevw, from Balavia, and Jnsl from Port Dalryniple, where she tpucljed for water— out eighty-three days. She had previously been mncli;distressed for, want of water, arid hnd'fo'rtiinHtelv fallen in with the Sif Opdfrey Webster, three weeks from Port Jackson, and obtained from her a' cask of water, wliicli preserved her from a total want of this article. Her cargo ponsjsts of 'one thousand barrels of flour/ four hundred barrels of beef an t| pork, seycnly five cases of gin, and sundries. She has brought an' account of the schooner Prince Regent, witlrthe crew of the late s.h'jp ~V'8-' lctta, having safety arrived at the ibland'jOf Banca. Yesterday, arrived the ship T|-ames,'capt. R. Frnzer-^Left Cork the- 14th November, Teneriffe, 'the 29th November, and Pcrnambuco, the Jltli January, She lias bioiight out stores for Government, and 37 women, wives of free men and prisoners, and 107' children. Three women and thirteen ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

I government' notices. , CoLONiw.iSci'RnTAM's OrnrE, Ai'niu 7, 1S2G. HIS ExcrlltMicy the Governor has been pleased to order, that Discount*, at thu rate 'of' eight per cent, prr annum, bo nJloived on tUc amount of rattle pnrdinsrd at I lie late Government Sale at Parramatta, to all persons who ihall immediately pay 'for the same. By his Excellency's Commafid, ? -?? ? r ,\ r. ,'..'; o ..,Aj,cx.,McLrjAY. .Cploxial SnoRETATtv's Office^ 'April 7, 1826; JQUN FJEA I*, by the Grenada £1), having: obtained a Ticlcet of Leave, „ by, pro/lncinp: at, this Office a dociithc'nt, purporting' to* be ^gn'eclj by Mr.' John Wild, vat CaVdor. Constables ond olher.s -nre hereby directed to iTpprcf hend, and deliver over ,tO'thc. Principal Superintendent of Con Itifis'the pdrs'ojrof ilieisaid'Joliii Fear. , ? , Hei* a native., of Sariy/jiyC trade a pardoner, 5' feet 7 S-'l iiii lies Iiigh, sallow and pockmarked. , complexion, has black hnir, 'and liazle eyes1.' ' * ' ' ' r ' ' , . ? i'iiy his Excellc'n'...

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PARRAMATTA GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 April 1826

PA RRa \r ATT A fJR A N n T TTRY PRESENTMENT.! The Grand Inque4t of our Sovereign Lord the King, present to the Court of Quarter Sessions as sembled at Parrainatta, for the town' and adjoining rlici.iKtc -liof/-n-i(i A-xiy Xf'Anr-il lR(?fi_ 'that in nur suance of their important duties, theyjyj&i ted his Ma jesty's gaol, and found two free ^_^^«sjte\ confined Ahere, committed from Windsor, ifi8r'ea.d|-*f tieing con fined in th« gipl of that.to^l 'Tiie rpdms' and cells! were w«ll,whlte-wasi»ed, and' oleanllfipss and gXJod order prevailed.. Onexannning the walls of the pri son, if. ivaa disco vereil that the north wall of. the main building1 hud gone considerably out of the perpendi cular, and was. prevented from falling 'by temporary' shores only; the wall forming the »-aol yard is in ii very dilapidated state and 'not sufficiently 'high, by se veral feet, to prevent the escape of prisoners. ' The Grand Inquest' further present, that in visiting the Female Factory and General...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

. / I^UUJjIU NOTICE/; , , AT the. request of one of the Parties interested, the sale of the Two Hundred Fur, Seal, Skins at the Waterloo Stores is posrjoncd till Tuesday. the eighteenth Inst. . . , WlliMAM YOUNG. ?master ot tlie Schooner Liberty. . ~ ~ . PUBLIC NOTICE.' , . U~7. A QUANTITY of .OLD . COPPER, and IltON^ vith TWO ANCHORS, havirtg.-beeir picked up by William X°ung, niastcr.of the schooner Liberty, at Midd|e* Island, on the south coast of New Holland, and the above men tioned articles' being1 part of the -wreck of the brig Belinda, any person having authority to^ claim them, will Apply at.'o'ur ware liouse,'or they will be sold- by public anciion, in fourteen days from this date, for the benefit of whoiu.it may concern .- ' - f) , . , , , „ , i Cooper & Levey. ., Waterloo Warehouse, March 28, ,1826. ' ^ ^ .TO'BESQLD,' ' -'V * ~ ?A ' COTTAGE,^ivithiii half .'a mile 'bf 'Windsor, -£jBl containing' 'five* , rooms,' 'lcitcheni:-, and offices, with a two acre paddock,...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

CRIMINAL COURT— (Friday.) Joseph Jones was indicted for robbing John Turner of a shirt, and other articles. * It appeared; in 'evidence that prosecutor and the prisoner had a drinking match toarether, on the cveniner of the 27th-. of last Marclu ' Prosecutor, from perhaps taking too copious a'libation, fell asleep, and on awaking, found th,at. the prisoner, as well' as a bundle, which lay on a .table the' pre vious. evening, were absent ; nor could either 'he ren dered visible to the prosecutor for that or the next day. In' King-streec he at length recognised part of 'his missing wearables on the prisoner, who, 'upon being taxed with robbery, offered to surrender, but Joe Ra phel, another inhabitan t ofthe same street, remonstrated against it, up 041 which' prisoner thought fit to take to his heejs, pursued by the appalling sounds of ' stop thief,' ' 6top thief,' which reaching the ears', 'of' one Grimshaw, a constable, put him on the alert. The runaway was finally secured, and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

TJHE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, APRIL 15, 1826.

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TIPPLING [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

.. . TIPPJLING (From the News—.Saturday JVetospppcr.) '? : * . Tt'is ra.'ther'difficult' to understand what' the^Law ' means'by ' Tippling .-' and'yet it ,'ouglit to be very accurately understood,-; — since it now rests with our glorious. Unpaid frfagistrqcy to determine token every ;man, ac a puouc inn, nas naa sufficient liquor. .:?? . For drunkenness as a habit, or a confirmed vice? no person can feel a greater disgust than ourselves : but ? the Tippler, as a character, stops short of drunkenness,' or of absolute inebriety : and what is more, the Tip-' J -, pier seldom mak-»s a drunhaid : he commonly indulges, only to t\\n;cxciteable point, which becomes -his habit. ?All the Laws affecting* public houses, by preference, ,? make^ use of the term Tippling, as the forbidden of fence : and this is usually described as an indulgence. beyond the limits of thirst and refreshment. The sin r, of tippling is punishable in the landlord or publican ^ by fine, any day in the week, and any hou...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (APRIL 13). [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

SYDNEY' MARKETS. (April 13,) Tliere has been a' very scanty supply of groin in general, at » tiic Market tlu's'day, which is mainly to be attributed to the bad state of the roads in the interior, occasioned by the heavy fa/1 of ?ain vesterdav. and the nrevious evenin'ff. On' tlfe whole tiie trade ia rather brisk than otherwise, and fine-samples in partij cular obtained an advance in price from Is. to Ts. 3d.- per, bushel; from. last week's quotations, although inferior samples continue to meet Jittlo notice. — Ma'ize and barley, of which, there was also a small arrival, 'fully maintained their. value. Oats are in request^ and as such command belter terms than, what 'lias, been witnessed of late. In other articles there is scarcely any alteration to 'notice; No. of bushels sold ? '' - ? . ' '. , -£ s. d. 02 ? -' .v- \ sold at per Bush. '. O' \7 ? 9 85 - ', , .-' . - i O 6 9 t 1 80 - - ' - - -. - - O 6 fi * - '95-- ? — -. ' '?;,'?-. .? 0 G ,3 169 ' -. - ? -. * - , - O.6Q' ? -16 ' — -....

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RUSSIAN FABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

' RUSSIAN FABLES. ? |j -.: t v,r 'j-rus 'lio'n and Tun- av'olf.* ?* * ' : '» A. hungry lionv on a Jamb ivas feeding, ; ??»' '«*' ' - -'? , WJien a poorvdog passed by ; , .,' , :,, , c And, with a patient look of meekness n'eidinc, oilmen in i/ie banquet; whilst (lie royal beast .Smiled at his ignorant simplicity.-* *? '?''-' , lv, .. Auolf looked on, and said : ' Anilsurely I-' '? ' ,^ , ? May have a poi tion of the prev, at least, - . . , ; , Indeed I'll try.' . -'' , . ', ,- '_ . He came — came boldly : 'when tlie lion saw - ' ' ' ? . - His 'purpose, he uprais'd his kingly paw., . . ^ - ?' ? .Smote him to earth, and left him there to.dic. ,.' - ', . There's some excuse for inexperience ; ? ' But none for daring, insolent ?pretence.' ' '* ' i „? ' TUB CIjOUD., ~ [' ', Over the thirsty plains a pregnant cloud - ? , * (jBoll'd oji its forward way; _ ' ' - -c ? Bcorninc^tlibjjliirb whose summit proud ; ' ti J, Beneath' it lay ; ? « ,./ 'Wljile' to the,overilo\\ing sea ? . i ' l - _ It...

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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c.     Robert Thwaite was brought up on a charge of being   found in the streets, after the hour of eight o'clock in the evening, without a light or written pass. On his being taken to the watch-house, a pair of gold mounted ear-rings were found in his pockets ; which, upon en-   quiry, proved to be the property of his master ; to whom he is an assigned servant. The prisoner being   unable to give any satisfactory account as to how he became possessed of such articles, was sentenced to a punishment of 50 lashes.       John Higgins, an assigned government servant, be- ing found out after hours, and having no excnse to offer for being so—to assist the tread mill for three     days ; and, after that period, to be returned to his master. Joseph Carr, lately a constable attached to No. 1 round house, on the Parramatta road, for bein...

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