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

1 -pjioCTiAMATION. ??'??''' ? - By liis Excellency LU'ulennnt Genera! ' Tlalph. Darling 1 Captain General and Govcriior-iri-chicf of hit Majesty's ' ? territory of New South Wales 'audits dependencies, and Vice Ail miml 'of the same, &c; &C..&C.1 ? 1 WHEREAS aCourt^of Qifarter Sessions lias been appointed by Me, pursuant to the Act of Par ljiment, in that behalf.'tn1 bo lioldcrhnt Sydney, on tile first' ~Mon- c|h,V in jl/ny'nc\t ; — And whereas, some arrangements of a Public iVi'ttue render it expedient that such Sessions should b'e adjourned to ,11. future* period, Now^ therefore, I do appoint the next Sessions ofllu' b'ticl Court to iic held at Sydney, 'on J.lie 1,6th day«.of May ulxt, instead of, (he clay originally appointed. - . ? (l* Given under my'l-ahd'and'seal'/iit Govcniine'n't-IIonse, Sydney,, this elcycntlrdny of 'April, in thoyear , of our Lord, pne thousand, eight hundred and -' , '.'i ,' twenty-six. '- ~ ' ?-' ? ' ? , '5 r, ,-..»?? jj-.Ra. .Dar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPLY TO THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS. Police-Office, Sydney, 12th April, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

REPLY TO THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS. ? -7*nli**-Officti'. Sutlnei/. \2th JlnriL 182Ci Sir, — I have to ackno\vledgev(the receipt-of your 'Letter of the. 3d instant, and without' presuming to en ter into'any distinct explanation of the Act of Council, ?IVnv 9. ;rl ifan Tin.vi-'.h'o Tifisi Nation Y'as the u-ish exnressed on the' part of the Victuallers, is not only to avoid the risk of penalty, but also' to fulfil the intention and fur ther the views of Governme'rit) to observe generally,' that ihe Act is not understood to interdict' the selling of Liquors 'to a Neighbour (not', to be- consumed- in a Public House)' in the evening, or-in the interval of Di vine Service' on a Sunday. But,the Act does not appear to. a'dmit'. of drinking 'in a Public House after nine o'clock at night, or on Sunday at any hour,' or to make' any distinction, or to' allow any latitude' *on account of, character'. 'I also/conceive that' the Ticket of Leave tnen'may* remain 'uritil'nineJorclock'at''night,-';o'h ...

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ARGYLE POLICE. (Monday, April 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

ARGYLE POLICE. ?????? 'Monday. April 3.) This day, William Webb, per ship Mangles, and Sarah Webb, per ship Northampton, were' charged   before Charles Throsby Esq. sen and Mr. Throsby) jun. with entering the dwelling house of Mr. 'James Foster, and stealing therefrom - sundry articles, the   property of Robert, Cotterell and his wife. It ap- peared the woman Webb was dressed in man's appa- rel, and, pointed a musket into the house where Re- bekah Cotterell was alone; but, through the vigilance of Mr. Bowman, and two ,of the Aborigines of this colony, they were traced through a very difficult and rocky country and apprehended with the property that had been stolen from, the farm of Mr. Foster in their possession.. Both were fully committed, to take their trial, before the Supreme Criminal Court at Sydney.           Alexander Archibald, an assigned servant to, Han- nibal M.'Arthur, Esq. was cha...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

SHIP NEV7S. Arrived on- Wednesday last from Port Macquarie,the goyern ment cutter Mermaid, Captain Penson. Passengers — Deputy Acting Corninissary General Bowerman, lady, and family. Same r!-iv. fioin Bass's Straits: the sloun Amelin/ Hillicr mas ter, belonging to Mr. .1 notnas. street, latliug ouu seal sKins. Sailed, on Thursday last, the b,rig Dragon, capt. D. Forbes, for the Derwent and Port Dalrymple, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers, Mrs. G, Howe and two children, Dr. Carter, R. N. air. Lusk, Mr. Ford, Master H. Lord,' and several steerage pas sengers. , \ s r 6ime*aay the Government brig Mary Elizabeth, capt.' James, for Port Macquarie. Passengers, -W. Carter, Esq. master in clian cery, and Brigade Major Gillman. Yesterday morning a brig was signalized between the E, and' S. E. but again disappeared. She is 'supposed to have been the Dragon. ? - p ?? '?'? ?' ' ? ' ' ?*. Tlie cutter Governor Atthur,.will sail'with the first fair wind. ' The brig John, for the Demerit,! will...

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

- * GOVERNMENT ORDER. ; ' , (Kb, 21.) ..-.'.. ? ? Qolo KXA.h Secretary's Office, April 13, -1826V TICKETS OP LEAVE. 'BUM' IS .Excellency the Governor having* been pleased -«--»- to order ;that all prisoners holding- tickets of , leayeshall in future, be mustered regularly four timtss i» every yeJur,Tviz? on the first Tuesday in the month of February, way, August'/aiid November ; — notice is hereby given, thrxt all persons, of that destfiipjibii who, reside in or within seven miles of Syd ney, are required to attend at the Hyde Park Barrack on Tuesday 'vthe second day of May next, at nine o'clock in the morning — and- a/ter.wards 'quarterly at', the same hour on the days above, men ''iioned^ for the purpose of being mustered by the principal sii 'rVfcrintend'ent 'of convicts, who will endorse the date and his initials on each .ticket 'of leave; ''which ..shall' then and there be presented to him. The holders of tickets of Jeaves residing at a greater distance than seven miles from Sy...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 April 1826

As people are now- beginning to consider the value of- Exportable articles, qwing to the vast and progres sive increase of Merchandize, introduced into the Go. lonv it mav be of general service for us occasionally to remind them of the resources which they possess, but which they either negligently overlook, or do not properly estimate.' ;'*' Wool, ' Timber; Oil, « Seal skins, Sic. have already been', rendered available as, meant of meeting the demands of English Merchants; and o*' forming a portion of the returns for the cargoes broughi into Port from England. ' There are other productions tvh'icii wi1! iu time become staple articles of commerce, as soon as it U foan«f convenient anil profituble to a'* tend tp_the~m. But it may very probably be( enquired why .tlrose which have long been within reach, and ivltich might now have amounted to something con siderable, should have beenul most entirely neglected ? Ampngthe number of those that have experienced this fate, we may mention th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

THE' AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, APRIL 19, 1826

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

?! Mr.' Gellibranrl h.ib p,.biismd a jiook— an octa\o Book of nearly two hundred pages, exhibiting a full length portrait of tho proceedings which led to his -'nsnension froin tho duties of. his office, including a list of the charges which wei'c made against hurt, a detail of the evidence adduced in suppoit of them in Court and out of Courti on oath and not on oath, be fore tW Chief 'Justice nnd before the Commissioners; tlie wlitflo history.illumined with an edifying corres pondence, which alone occupies almost one half of Hie volume. Fro'in this* conglomeration, we have made Buch,extrautb,a».will provide our Headers with a fair specimen ofv the. trashy proceedings avith M'hich ,the graver fnnctionarips of the Sister. Colony entertained themselves 'during a period 'of twciitj\-fonr' days,1 to the hindrance,, jf, not; total .(exclusion .of ,the most weighty affairs, which required immediate and press ing-attention..', , ' ', ,'?.'. .,, .1, .' .. % The time of all the parties 'conce...

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EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

' EXTRACTS (?From the Proceedings' before the Commission of In qutrif,^ instituted to investigate certain charges -against Mr. Gellibrand, as Jlltorncy~GcnetaV of Van Dicmai's Land.— -the Commissioners ho.in.tr: 1rA/- Chief Justice, Mr. Humphrey; and Mr. Thomas'.) First witness,'' Mr. John Laurie. '' ' 'How long Tiavc' you known Mr. M urray ? — I Should think .abou't eight years, I cannot be positive. ' -'. * . . When you knew him first, was-hefrec or a prisoner'?' -lie was' not free when T knew him first. _ . ^ \;\ r, 1 Where did you know him at this tima.?. At Sydney, in New Sonth Wales.' , - | '^P'' ,''.'' In what situation of life was lie'?— He appeared as a'genileman, and liv'ed upon his own property,, J believe- ... . .? ,i_ ? Had he any situation in the police-office,? He was chief ch'rk in the police-office in the first instancej.subscquently he was As sistant Snperintendent of Police. . - ? - Did\you-kno\v when he ceased to act as such,, and why and how?' I do not know the'...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

SHIP NEWS, Arrived, on Saiurclay last, from the Derwent, whence she_sailed. on the Sth instant, , the Grab ship Camlry, Capt.'Noyes. Lading, 380 sheep and sun-' dries. Passeng-ers, Lieutenant Colonel Thornton, C. B. -40th regt. .Doctor Crockett, Messrs. T. . G. Pitman, John Reddall, Chrisfophcr Wright, B. Prin gle and J. Hatch; ? „''.', - On .Monday last, _ the brig 'Minerva, Capr, Abrill; from Otaheite, whenccslie sailed on thei2.1 of Ma.rch. Lading, sandal-woqd, pearl shells,^ pork, lard, arro'ir root, bcche-Ie-mer,, and sundries. Passengers, Mr. S. Henry, 'child and servant. . - ' - .' i .Sailed, on Sunday last, the enhrr Governor Arfcliur,' Capt.' Hassell, for Port Dalrymple, with p cargo of sundries. . - - ',The brig John will sail with the first -fair wind for the Dci-jvent. [r ' r ''-'—' H.'M. ship { Lame, Capt. Kingcombe; the Prince Regent,;Capt. Lambe, and the Grub ship Caudy, Capt. Noyes, will sail in company/on Saturday next, bound through Torres' Straits. The Lame for Si...

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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES; &c. .A fcnTale was brought up on the suit of an invisible old mnn This old man might jn reality be said to ha\'e been invisible, if being shut up fiom' all mortal ,ken,. cons.tifutc invisibility. He did not appear 'in person at the office? aae and consemuMit dfhi *—ji uiiu uuhl-u w uiiumii ins iranic aiui 10 cpntine nim witiun 1110 bounds o^ his chamber ; but his hands were not.yet so palsied, nor had time so reduced him to ' second childishness and mere oblivion,' , as to hinder him from proclaiming his grievances,' through the -medium of a pen, ink, and^pnper. — ' useful trifles,' which were accordingly put in requisition, nnd in the form of a letter of instructions forwarded to Ihc superintendent 'of -police.' This fetter contained' an expose of the old man's, circumstances., He had now arrived^at that age, as some old poet sings- ' when there is no dallying -vith life.' With ons foot in the grave, and the other- not v'eiy far distant, it was tobe expec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

ON SALE at GEORGE MORRIS'S, Australian Hotel., near the King's Wliurf,- Wines 'and' Spi rits of a superior quality and flavour,. at Uic'foHowing reduced prices ; viz. - . ~ -/',.?'?' I Fine old Jamaica ruin - -' Its. 66. per gallon , ) Superior flavored Cognac brandy -los.'ditfb ' . ' \ Rer.1 Holland's gin - -' aSs.'ditto1 '* ' I Madeira wine - ''6s1. ''' * ^ .' Port 'ditto . ' - 5s.' ' ' ' , ?? » i FOR SALE, at 'the Stores of T. CLAR^SON, . NoV 3, Pitt-street, ' . ' ' ' ^XiVERPOOL5 SALT, per Cwt.'ou'Ton. - Hyson ikin tea ' ' Breakfast, 'dinner/ and desert Black K ,do. - servicck,' See. -* ' * 1' * *- * * Bourbon, coffee . j- , Spades, shovels', axes; &c. China and Isje of France sugars Nails 'of all kinds -' / ' Madeira, Teneriffe, and Cape Porter, alcj'and cider .vines, in quarter'casks Bum, brandy, arid Geneva Gig, and hunting .whips, Mottled' and' other so'a'ps. ' India, .European, and China Piece Goods, — ^consisting ofsiJks,' Yellow Nankeen, Sannas, &c. &am...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS (From The Colonial Times) The banditti with whose predatory operations this island has been so long infested, are all but three either taken or destroyed. Tilly, Bird, and Dunne are yet at large; but the two former were so closely   pursued, that their apprehension, we consider certain. The apprehension of Brady and his companions was noticed by us in our last ; since which,constables   Ayton and Worrall, with a party of 14 armed pri-     soners, succeeded in falling- in with Cody, Dunne, Gregory, Brown, and M'Kenny, above the junction   of the Ouse and Derwent. The bushrangers fired   first upon their pursuers, but without effect. It was however, promptly returned ; and, after some little resistance, Gregory, Brown, and M'Kenny were taken (the- latter severely wounded), Cody was shot dead as it is believed, by constable Ayton, and Dunne escaped perfectly-naked by swimming. The three...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, APRIL 17, 1826. THE Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alteration and appointment :—   At Wallis's Plains— Abraham Hunter to be constable, vice James Fitzmorris, who is to be stationed between Wallis and Patrick's Plains.             By his Excellency's Command,     Alex. McLeay.                             COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, APRIL 18, 1826.   THE Governor has been pleased to approve of the dismissal of Thomas Hinton and Edward White, from their situation as constables, inconsequence of improper   conduct whilst conveying prisoners by the passage-boat from Sydney to Parramatta. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 April 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER.   (No. 21.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, APRIL 13, 1826 TICKETS OF LEAVE.   HIS Excellency the Governor having been pleased to order that all prisoners holding tickets of leave shall in future be mustered regularly four times in every year, viz. on the first Tuesday in the month of February, May, August, and November ; — notice is hereby given, that all persons of that description who reside in or within seven miles of Syd ney, are required to attend at the Hyde Park Barrack on Tuesday the second day of May next, at nine o'clock in thc morning — and afterwards quarterly at the same hour on the days above men tioned, for the purpose of being mustered by the principal su perintendent of convicts, who will endorse the date, and his initials on each ticket of leave, which shall then and there be presented to him. The holders of tickets of leave residing at a greater distance than seven miles from Sydney, are required to present themselves to t...

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To the Editor of The Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

- To the JZditor, of The Australian. ITnvinc-bijriiscd with much pleasure several well written wli- | ^ cleh fhat have lately appeared i« your valuable pnper, tending ... _..r. ? --;.. q!,h-.i--. pxifitintj in thti colony. I would now ben tn'c»Jl vour aitenth.n to the glararig impropriety oi ailuwmg a chief-o'r oilier cotjbtalile to keep a shop or store. If-nrcelv m-ed a^crt that such a practice must necfssarcly encross a crr-at portii n of his, tiuic, which ough't to be entirely devoted to I he public s. rviLr, and that it is subversive of all pro' per discipline and pnnd nrrler must he very evident, for Hie lnnr - thaf o.iuht to tie spent in keeping a vigilant ivjiloli upon all s,ms Vic»«u8 ciiarhcicrs is cmploved in bartering ; and ns niteu-st i«, r ullovseit to bt tlie main spring ot hu/nan nction.s, it wouW be bn* a fair infei».iice vo cjipjioie, that he would pdbs over au offence conirnrttcrl by -one of -his customers, much more lightly thai, by one who had nn dealings,with hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, APRIL 227*826.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (APRIL 20) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. , (April 20.) From the impassable stale of Hie foads leading to Sydney, the arrivals -of grain 'at' the market this morning were very limited, and noj more than adequate to th.e wants bf.purchasers — '?the tiade i»ni r-nti-:i-ntientlv rather brisk, and sales were rcadilv effected at a trifling advance la prices from the terms-of last week, -winch, as thentstated, were on the rise — there was a great ^request this morning-fur innize, to meet which mere was also an inconsiderable supply. -This commodity may be quoted Is. per bushel higher this week. Almost every description of niarkernb/es lvasivery 'eai thronghout-ihe'day — howeverj'this is' solely attributable to the insidequacy of the supply-to meet the calls of purchasers. JVo?of 'bushels sold . £ s. d. 60 -'.-' ... sold at per Bush, 076 46 - - ' - '- 07-53 1 99 - *? . ' , - ?'? - -0-70 ' - 126 -~ -' ?' » 4 J - '.--.i-O 6\ 6 88 .'- .«-?!- ' t - i - 0 '6' 4, ' ' Average Price of 'Wheat - 0 '6 1Oi . , n r '. Ditto of...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

SKIP NEWS. Arrived on Tl.tirv ry last the ship John Mnnro, Capiam ,/ ^ U .'Green, fiom 'ie }».*. o x j««ce/ whence she sailed on Uie;G*U^.- / of February. Pi--= npor. ? t&.'rCreen. Lading, bale,epodsf, '-,;. ciinlace. and four 1 v. v ' . a .of sugar.* -,Consigned^to the . ., , jinn .-t Junes mm w.n1: . , \ ? t- : . . . . Yesterday, in eleven days fr-'^ Moieton Bay, 'the government' brig Amity, Captiin Ilan&en. ' S'ie I ns brought to head quarters;* . , , - Cnpt.-Bisliop, jate Commandant at Moreton Bay, and a detach-, - , . nient of the 40th regl.' ' .,'?-„? p. ,' ,?- IT. M. ship Lame, the ship Prince Hegent, 'and the Cnudry. - « . will snil, to-day. The Larne )\}\l 'tbucli at Melville Island vmli '?' ; ' v provisions^ - ?? - ' '?- . ' ' \ ? ' v The Government cutter Mermaid is to bo - stationed at Me. J^ . / r villc Island, to which place she will proceed, in the conrsc of 8 oc , .. 10 d.iya. ?''* ,*'.,' ' -v The brig John will snil to-morrow,' for tlie Derwent; for ...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

CRIMINAL COURT— (Friday.)' John Edwards and Willinm Cavenagh, stood capitally indicted f% , ? witliWbrcibly breaking and entering the Commissariat stores, arid' ** ' - stealing therefrom a number 'pf.Spanish dollnrs. ' ,' '* ' ' ' , ' * The indictment contained 'two counts. The 1st set forth the property as the goods and chattels of the King ; and the 2il. ns be t - longing to Mr. Commissary , Generr.l Wem-yss. Both piisoneVs ,. pleaded not g,uilty, and were dofend.edtby Comrt'cl.-^It appenVcd ' ' «; in evidence that the Commissariat stores had been robbed between ; ._ ( , the X8th and 19th rof February last,, of a considqrable'number of , t ,v , ' dollars — a strong box belonging to the Commissary Geiieial was , , '? broke? open, and dollars contained in it were removed. , As the1 prisoners without any assignable cause, appeared to be in1 posses- „, - sion of a considerable quantity of prqpcrty, ani] bo'th had beeti observed near the Commissaiiat stores on the night in question', t...

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