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

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. , % roT^oNiAoSECii-ETARy's Office, Aprii- 21, 1826. Q*T. George's Day/ being Sunday next, Hisr Excel K?- Jencv the Governor has been pleased to appoint Wr-dncs-' 'lay the' 26»h instant to be kept in tliis( colony as the anniversary of the birth, of our gracious soveieign ; and,lhc same is^'to be nb !-rrvi-d as'a holiday throughout the territory, anti to be cch'bi.atcd , in the usual manner. # ' ' ' % The government -mechanics and .labourers' will be exempted . fromwork.'bn'the occasion. By his Excellency's Command, ? Alex. M1I»eay. - CoLONiAii Si:cRET.vnY's'OFFicB, April 21, 182(». ni^HE/Colonial Treasurer, having reported' to,'hls ' ju Excellency .the Governor,-, .the names' of sill the. Persons who' are indebted to the Cro'wn, for the nrrear of the hire of Government mechanics ; Notice is ^hereby given that, mi bus the said arrears be fqlly pnid before theJJlst of May next, legal measures will be then taken against lhe*aQfaulters to enforce the payment. r . , -...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

JOINT STUCK COMPANIES. ('From the Sunday Times.) The Jilw' of partnership, considering that we are a. grading- people,- appears to be very imperfectly under . stood, especially when applied to -large' concern,sj em hracin.ff manv nersohs.'aml a. -Great' a ern-rnn-nt« 'nn'nJtsil ' Vve will endeavour in a few words to explain^t. — Except' in' cases of bankers,1 the coal trade,', and of assurance, there is no law wit ich limit's either tlie num ber of? individuals-composing 'a firm, or : the1 capital.' employed by'it; — -'any legal object miiy be pursued by numbers without limit,and capital* without end,' 'pro vided the' partners and their capital are subservient to the' &ame laws and the same-principles which- 'affect ?the^ smallest combination' of men and means. The1 grand and. essential principle of partnership is indivi dual' and collective responsibility for all engagements contracted for^ partnership objects; for. which the joint^estate, as also the separate cstate.of eac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

OFFENCES,- CHARGES,', &c. , f- ,. William Baker was brought before their worships * on an ^accusation of turniusf ovver to his own ^proper,1 use, ''certain property,' the ownership of Ivhich was' ' vested in another ' iiKlividual/ 'J4he ' accused. ''Nvlio*. it 'would seem, forms one of the.l-el {-hanging fraternity t . was invited some time back, ,t6'' the 'house of^the'com- ' plainarit, in'ol'der to exert his' mechanical po-v'ers— -it''f4 ' was to'give a tone to' an alburn bell, 'which was^th'enr: 7 layingsilent, and moulderingfrom inaction behind 'the* 5' complainant's door. It could no longer be designated *lx f an alarin bell; for th'e 'tongue, that1-''-' '\ '? ''?'-- ,' ? -pretty -engine of her.thoughts *'/'.-' l xH1 ir'si _' t That babl'd them with such'pleasing'eloqnence, ?« - ' *, «»-*' s' ? (Was) torn from out; that ptefty hollow cage, — , 1S./1 \$tt Where, like a sweet 'melodious, bird, it sung ^ - jT»- ' i'*j Sweet varied notes, enchanting every' ear— ' / ' ' or e...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

? The communication, dated Bruce-Dale, contains, sonic gratifying- facts and useful hints. . It appears frorri this that the New South Wales Wqo1 is .beginning. *« hP rnnsirlGred sufterior, even to Saxony Wool, in those cascswhere proper care is used m raising it. &u«i cient attention has certainly ndt^yct been given to the^ quality of the Sheepi'which themajori|x.of the seftters have' possessed themselves of, norjiave the pepple^af* forded themselves fair opportunities of .profiting oy their situation in this climate, so congenial to thepro-^ dbction of. fine- fleeces. Those, who have prized quan tity'as much as' the quality ofslicep, begin to, see their erro'is, and to JindVp'nt that 'the' value of a flock must, nr t 'be estimated. by'the number in' it any more than.' the amount-f account of Sales must beexpected to.be regulated by the quantity or size of Bales exported.' Many persons, 'till lately,' thought as much about ex pending, as- improving their flocks, owing, to t...

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

HYSON TEA, OF, THE FINEST QUALITY,' EX SUN, f\!S! SALE at A. B. SPARK'S, at dS-i lOs. cash, 7^. ? per quarter ch'est. f\ N SALE, by ASP1NALL, BROWNE, & Co. \-* Three hundred and six barrels of Pork x One hundred. barrels of Beet ? ? ? Seventy-live cases of Hollands - Four bales of Russia Duck _ Ami other articles, now landing ox John Shore from Bata'via. - , ',- OilAltLOTTE- PLACE. ASP1NALL, .BROWNE, and CO. are now landing '^ ' ? ex Elizabeth, from Canton, . - , , Chests — Caper Souchong „'' . ' '^ ' ' ' * Hyson Skin . ' ' .', -' ; Waif chests— Ditto ' ''[ '' s '} '?? ' ? * Young Hyson * '?Boxes — Young Hyscii, '*',.?„ ' ' '. . ' - ', ' Pekoe \ ' ' . -; , ' -Pbnshong.'. -? ^ ' ^Souchong. ' , ' . '' ' ? ' ' Gunpowder '~ ' The 'greatest carciias been used in,thc selection of these Teas, vhich will be found to be of a superior quality, and are now -fFcrcd to the Public for Sale, by the' package'.' *??''? ??*? { AspiNxr,i,,113HOWN, Si Co:^ \ They have also on Sale by this' vess...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, APRIL 17, 1826. THE Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alteration and appoinment :—       At Wallis's Plains—Abraham Hunter 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, in consequence of improper conduct whilst conveying prisoners by the passage-boat from   Sydney to Parramatta. By his Excellency's Command, Alex. McLeay. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,APRIL 18, 1826 TO be Sold by Auction, at the Market-place, at Sydney, on Monday the 24th instant, at one o'clock, the Dues arising from the market held in the town of Parramatta, from the day...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Australian. Bruce Dale near Bathurst, 15th April, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 April 1826

To' the Editor* tff The Australian. ?TVriii-i» '?«»!«? -near Bathurst.- 15th Auril. 1826. (Er«racti/roni tiro Letter^, just received from London, ou'ihe very i liter eiting subject of Nnw South Wat.us Wooi, containing, information that may beierynspful tn the Merchant and cultivator.) 1st. The nnriiculni- value of the Wool cannot be exactly as certained without samples — and the quality ot. luc wool 'is ex tremely1 various, fetching from. seven. pence per 1b. to eight shil lings, and some extraordinarily good has sold ns high ns twelve shilling'! per lb. Indeed that which is of.a most superior qunlity is eagerly purchased af almost any price. So that it behoves you to be very particular in thu choic.d ofyourstock, for the in ferior production is liardly worth cultivation, and many sorts are obtained from one place (from 5 to 9 'or 12.) ' p Sorters', -T am told, arc rather scarce ,'but T should thwkMhe bettor way is to'liiive it : sorted in the Colony, if it.cnn be convc-( niently'o'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

' vWe regret that we could not find room for the com munication of J. M: while in season. - ,. THE AUSTRALIAN '/'?' SYDNEY, APJUL 2(3,' 1326.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

SALE BY AUCTION, BV MK; PAUL, ,if/ At the Sidney Hotel, on luesdiy tlie °d of Miy, by candle lignt, at fait o'clock in the e\emnp, ALL those bfantiful ESTA'I'fiS, situate ttt tlie South Creek, fonreily the propcity of Messrs. Nicholson, /ohnson, Smith, lindiil, !Nash, C'osgrove, Hill, 1'ey nolds, &.c &.c &.-? the whole consisting of ibout five thousind acre-, with vat 10 us dwelling hoa-es «ind other improvements thereon. They will be puf 'ip in such grants is wjll imJ-e them 'eparite e$t£-tes-. ihc'p'au m-xy he seen ai.d paiticuhrs known on appli cation lo tl e undersigned. As t ho, on (he -arac diy, at (en o'e'i cl , m tl e Public '\Io-ket P'ace, £-_j vii ey, -»bo it 60 head of horns, .niches, «nd geldings, of *tLe mo t -i^pro/cd breed ' Co»nn»o \s c f Sa'c — Oil' f.ttb on Cue purchise bcjng declarci), \h-. rcmai idrr by 0 credit of 3 rnd 6 months on approved bills, rearing colonial interest. Coorm &. Lfvty. TFi AlNUand RAMSAY ?meTo7 SALE, 'at tllei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

; . PROCLAMATION. Byfehis Excellency LieiKenrint General Ralph Darling, Commanding His Majesty's Forces, Captain General and Goveriior-in-cltief of his Majesty's Territorv of New South Wales and Its dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, Sec. &c* &c. , \ / , v WHEREAS, by^an Act passed in the 4th Year . _ of the Reign of Eiis,?.faj;-sly, King Georye the Fourth, -enti«Jed an Act for punishing Offences committed by Transports kept to labor in the Cronies; and bettur regulating the Powers of Justices of the Peace in New South Wales— It is enacted in ♦he wards' sncTfignres fohWing, that is to say — 'And be it . further enacted, that all and every-, the powers, authorities, and jurisdictions, which in' and by a certain Act of Parliament passed in the' fotirtli Year of the Reign of his present Majesty, entitled an Act to providc'nntil tlie 1st Day of July, 18*7, and' until the end of the next .'Session- of; Parliament, for the better aduiinistjation ofjustice in New S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ,, CotoNivii SncRET\B\'8 Oftice, April ?l, 182(5 CiT. Ceorjjc's Dayt being1 Sunilay noxt, His Ejccel )3- lency the Governor lias been pleased to nppoint(\V-dnes- ,|iv thetaetli instant to be'keptm this colon v as the annivemry uf'tlie liiith of our gracious soveieign , andilhe same is to bg ob-i 3»md is a holiday throughout the territory, and to be celt biated m the usual manner. ' ' ; The government mechanics and labourers will be exempted from work, 'on the occasion. By his lixxcllcncy's Command, -' Allx. M'Leay. ?Colonial SncnnTAriv's Orricr, Arau- 21, 1S2-5. THE Colonial -Treasuier having- reported to 'hi* Excellency tbe Govoinor, the names of all tho Persons, who are indebted to the Crown, for the arrear of the hire nf Government mechanics; Notice is heieby given that, unless the said arrears be fully paid before flic Plst of Miy next, legal inc-uures will be then taken agai'ist the defaulters to enforce the p-t\nienU . By^Tlis'Esc^enoy s Oammand, i - . Aiu....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c.; Joseph Mantle, free, was charged by the Chief Con- stable with being drunk in the street. On investi-   gating the merits of the case, it turned out that the man had been proceeding quietly homewards, when he was challenged by a constable, and "sans cs 'emo-'   nie" conveyed away to the watch-house. So far from this individual being a suspicious or otherwise impro- per character, he was represented to be a man of in- dustrious habits, and general sobriety. He was or-   dered to be discharged.       Jane, his wife, appeared. She was charged with   creating a disturbance at one of the watch-houses, which confined her husband, and to get rid of her importunities, the constables confined herself. This act, on the constables part, met with very proper re- prehension from the Magistrate ; and the woman was ordered to be immediately discharged.   &...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Australian. Illawarra, April 1, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

^fo tkelEdituy of, TfierAustialian. llkwaiVa. Aotil 1/182G. Having observed by the Official Jnu.-m.l a short Urre snce, the flyjpoint.uent »t t*\o to 'the cot mission of the peaue, In the dis trict of Ar»yrV«-utre, ri addition to two imgi-strates at present 7Cbidirg there, -M oSt. altcndai'cc it rourt in th it capacity re ?quires them ax nostbut once a month, I wnvld beg lea\e to call rhe -attention ?of his Excellency the Governor, through yum Inde pendent Paper, to 1hc unprotected stite 11 wluch Oie district «f JHawd-ra, roinmonty billed the Five Islaiul , is in atprcse/if, from the -wantfcf persons holding » -it uiiar comimss'on. At this, dis trict the vj tilers, m case their assigtstd servant are negligent or aisoLedient, Mlitch is \ery often *he case, arc compelled to *rave-J to CampbeJl I-owii, a distance of about 36 miles, for the pen post of )ja\in^iDem punished , and verj frequently, as 3011 ami* --opjx- !*_, they would sooner pod- et the insult and disobe -hent behiviour of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

The days on which' the approaching- races arc ap p 3i 11 ted to take pluce, are now close at hand.' It is well that these — the St. , (ieorge's Races, were post poned for 'one 'month/ as two verv unnr'onitious circum stances would otherwise have conspired to spoil thc amusement; to the enjoyment of which so many are anxiously .looking forward — the circumstances lo which we allude, are the bad weather, and thc new course not being in readiness. We had our doubts at one time about the successful establishment of pcrio. dical races, though it was so much to the interest and pleasure of the Colony, that every due should unscru pulously step forward to promote them. They led to vice, it was pretended, to immoralities, to travelling on the Sabbath Day, innumerable other ills, and it ivas impressed (thtough what medium we will not say,) on such,, as chose^to be misled, .that all thc. virtue of the virtuous people of New South Wales would be lost [ii going to the races. Over such illiberal...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 April 1826

SHIP NEWS. On Monday evening, the sloop Brisbane, belonging to Mr. Baxter, botanist, returned to port, after an unsuccessful attempt to get to the, southward. She   has lost her boat and topmast.       Sailed on Saturday last, His Majesty's ship Larne, Captain Kingkome, for India, touching at Melville Island with stores and provisions.   The Larne, on getting under weigh on Saturday   afternoon, fired a salute, which was returned from Dawes' Battery. She also saluted Point Piper, which of course was returned from the formidable battery.     Same day, the ship Prince Regent, Captain Lamb,   for the Isle of France. Same day, the grab ship Caudry, Captain Noyes, for Calcutta. Passenger, Mr. John Reddall. The brig John, and the schooner Sydney Packet, will sail for the Derweut, as soon as the wind will per- mit.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. (APRIL 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (ApRii 2/.-) of bushels sold r ? j£ a. ' d. 15 r -? Nsold atperBush.^ON 8trO 3a ?. - -.- ..---..0-76 101 _ - „ ? ..- ' . Q T O *» ' - .' -'? '.'-'.0 *6'% Uo ? - .-..-, - ' O 6 'O Average Price of Wheat -06 '63-4 Jiitto of maize .'-,_- 0 4 6 ' Ditto of Barley ' '- -'(ri-'*1 '6 Fine Flour 18s. Od. per cwU ^ '? Seconds do. 16s. perdu. ' - ? ' ' tatoes, 9s. Os. pt;r cwt. — Fowls, '3*. Od. per couple ' , ' itter, 2s. 3d. to as. (id. per lb.— Eggs, «s. Od. per dozen, icese, Is. Od. per lb. ' ' ' ' ' ' 'size pricej)f bread fivepence per loaf. ????-'-' ? .- 'ing pr,co fouruencu halfpenny to Kvepence halfpenny. PRICES-OF MEAT. ' . 7 ?ef, 2s.0cl. to Ss8d. p^r Stone.— Mutton, 3s. Od. to 3s. 3d. K l' °rk' 2S* 8d- t0 3s* 6d* pcr di''' ? v CATTLB'MARKRT. , , ? ry few at market, and few purchasers.

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BALL AND SUPPER AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

BALL AND SUPPER AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. The Anniversary, of the King's Birth-day. was cele brated by 'theiGoverhor, and Mi\s\ Darling,' in a man ner worthy of the event,- and gratifying to the people, An observance of the day -is ; quite new to many 'of the Colonists, vwha. for. many ^ a -year have been accustomed to see it glide away unnoticed, and Go vernment House, from,' morning tofinidnight,' buried 'in- gloom and -iiv silerice./-' -.Wejsay-- this, not1 to reflect on authorities, that have ceased to exercise sway, but to record a fact. ;? It, is. not nqw^ for the first, time we make the allusion.-,,, We- have., fully discussed at former . opportunities, yboth 'the ; .effept .of, and the means which Ic(lftp'!t1ie,omissipn.;'bf;ia-J[l ceremonies on rjie natial day.df.o.aiVcSji.yeFeign.'..'';;Buttiiet us on to de tails. lnconvenient'as(is, that ; .'paltry structure Go ver.ninent^Housei.and little adapted, as it is.for large assemblies, .it ?certainly.. became the, scene, of gaity, go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ' - ' CotoNiAi, Secretary's Office, April 2S, 1826. THE Governor has. been pleased to approve of the S appointment ot William ?MHHnpton, -by the '-8 tarkins, to be an assistant district constable at Windsor, in the t| yporo of William Reynolds, resigned. — Appointment to bear, date the 1st instant. ' ? - By his Excellency's Command, . J Alex. M'Leay. I SCHOOL OF INDUSTRY/ '?.. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. AND DO NATIONS :— ? ' . ''-..,- SUBSCRIBERS. '. ??-' 'Annual. Donation. Hu.lMwsnh -? .2: O O W- Lawson, Esq. 2 O 0 -^B. Levey '- ' . 3 '9! O Alex. Berry, Esq. 3 O 0 ', ? Ramsay - ' '' 2 * O Mr. B. Levey 2 3 0 The Subscribers arc desired to be so kind as to send in the i mame,,irge, *nd residence of the child whom they would respec tively recommend to the Institution, in order that the clothing and other preparations; now in progress, for the children, niay' be completed aseariy *s possible. . . .Subscriptions *nd })-vnations ?will be received by the Rev. W. Car-per,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

' PROCLAMATION. ?.-.;.. Uy liis Excellency Lieutenant General ? -Ralph Darling, Coninmntlingjiis .Majesty's Forces, Captain, General;-aiid Governor-in-chief of .his .Majesty's -Territory . of^Ne.w South Wales'' and its dependencies, and. Vice Admiral of the same, &c/&c.&c. ' . ?-??'? ,:;'!' i':'1 * vniI5ItEAS,!ib3r an Actpassed in ? tlife:;4th Yestr f V of tlic Reign of His Majesty, -King George' the Fourth, nlitlcil an Act for 'punishing .Offences 'coniiuitletf by. Transports -wit to Inborin the Colonies ; and , better (rpgulrttin^ the Powers If Justices of tliu Peace in New South Wales-^It is enacted in he words and fig'u'r'cs, following, that is' tb^sajf— 't And 'be it further enacted, that1 nil' arid every the'- powers, ' authorities, mil jurisdictions, svliicli in, and by a ceiiain.:Act of.1 Parliament, passed in the fourth Year of the-Jleign of his present Majesty, (otillcd an Act to provide until the 1st lifiy of July, 1827,,'aTiil ,n(il the end of the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

Few could be led to believe that in a cori'imuhity deriving its I origin from the inoat unfavorable cir cumstances, and referring to a birth of but yester day's date Cfor «♦ it loolisasif it were only vestcrdav,' the oldest inhabitants exclaim,, it looks as ,if it - were only yesterday that we first landed in-a desert, and among rocks in an unknown land,) an exhibition 'of fashion and of -elegance — an exhibition rivalling exhibitions of ,a similar nature in the Metropolis of England, was attainable in this Country— » even Nat Government House. It was unknown to the members of the administration now in being, it-is yet unknown to those who know comparatively much of this Colo-, hy in England, that such an assemblage o'f worth and respectability could be collected together in Go-' vernment House on a. , King's BirtlrDay. ' We use the terms worth and respectability as most aptly de signating the, exact condition of .those who form the upper circles in New South Wales, and of tliose wh...

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