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THE KING'S BIRTH DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

THE KIXG»S BIRTTII'DAV.' - There 'wa.8 ah*'* attempt made to. parade tlie^troops on. Wednesday, but. the ptospect 0^ having ' ^ to. wade ancle deep through miry' roads, and. under cloud? sur they were drawn up, could be got sight ot, seemeo. to Jeter not a few. The skies assumed a,. very sombre iispect, and not at all calculated -to add to the antici pated pleasures of the day— .their appearance was quite in unison with the usual character of April ; niade up of smiles. and tears': but a greater lilcelihood of the latter than of. the former — and the sun, that essential disposer of light and heat, refused to sltiwc outatalj, but remained hid behind some murky clouds, which continued for hours together hovering t» tcrrorem over the heads of' pedestrians, armed, so'me withpara sols-and water-proof boots, and others with neither. It was so'me time between eleven o'clock and noon, when about six. companies; from th.e 3d and 5 7.th i*egiinents, commenced their march from the Barracks tow...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEMALE CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

FEMALE CHARACTERISTICS. English wjaicn arc ,a]3ou*e«! to. possess .not on5y. a greater ilegree' of |-ersonsl beamy «ntl grace, Imt beauty and grace of a. character altogether superior to those of the wovxen of awy GtSver «s«Yitiy ; xiul oiwn comparing- tnechftc-rent divisions of Eng-io.no with e?.cV ofher, it WiYi h* found that the S.ntcusitv of passion varies acconteng- i«2» Imc s?.nre Jaw, ate! nearly in the saaw r&tic* with tfte evterr«ti iK'/.iUf. Hence, perhaps, there img-kj be g^unded £. 'm-eratj.hysic&l reason tr-»c Xlaat interest wiiicSi a $-*»?& tifu! woman instantly ex cites sot only irc the other sex, but in Iicr oitb, it is also vrort&y of remark, that those dls'trecls of Eng land v/mch are sanst reuia-rkaMe -for sins external yrs.ee and internal -sensibility oi tLe fciiiaJcs, are tte very (reverse as to all the higher -and mo i*e intellectual -tk*xKcters of xtve 'ttiale- DIsTerent facos, wivfttaer of« 8BW8 '-pnre or af aim ore r/u?:e&...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL COURT Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

CRIMINAL COURT (Yesterday.) Andrew White was arraigned for the murder of Patrick Tag-   gett; on or about the 22d of February last. This charge rested almost entirely on circumstantial evidence, which was gone into at some length. Mr James Purcell, chief constable, was the first     witness examined. — He deposed that from information reaching him of Taggett's murder, he proceeded with several persons, most of whom were subsequently examined, to the scene where, it was rumoured the murder had been committed. It was at a stock station, called Otoo-hill, at some distance from the settle- meat at Bathurst, and belonged to Mr. Hassall, where the pri- soner was employed as a shepherd , and Taggett, the deceased, as a hut-keeper — the nearest station was distant not less than six or seven miles. Here, on the 26th of February; Mr. Purcell ar- rived with several other persons and prepared to search the hut, of which prisoner and deceased had been inmat...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

hyson tea, of the finest quality, ; '????? ? ?'? ? ex sun, ; 'jriNSALE at A. B- SPARK'S, at .£4 10s. cash, , %~J '? .\ , : : ? per quarter chest. 1 - FOR SALE, at the Stores of T. CLARKSQN, : No:- 3; Pitt-street, ' ?* ; .-; - LIVERPOOL SALT, per Cwt. on Ton. , HysoT»!skihftfc'a '?' 'Breakfast,' dinner, and desert B/at-k.[ ' ' do. ' ? services, Sec. Jimirbon coffee -s Spades, shovels, axes, &c. ClUiiaahd Isle of France sugars % Nails of all kinds KMadeira, 'Tencriffe, and Cape Porter, ale, and cider '.'.-, - wines, in quai telecasts ? Rum, brandy, and Gene\a -3iB,iand hunting whips, . . .Mottled and other soaps. Ihdii, Jiuropenn, and China .Piece Goods1, — consisting of silks, '..'?';. |- .:'.-. './-I VelJow Nankeen, Sannas, &c. &.f ':'??????? :'::' - ; on sal| . ' t A T Mr. SUTHERLAND'S, No. 8, George-street, ?XJL {adjoining- : Mr. Joseph- Underwoocl'b.) ' '. -J., ? : Sugars double refined* loaf ditto :'- ' t; Ynletta's hyson skin teas, negro head, tobacco ?/...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

OFFENCES,. CHARGES, Sec. Three frail damsels, Johanna Lawson, Margaret Connelly, and Eleanor O'Uirne, were identified us having eloped from the Factory — they .plcuilud; »VHr nrcnffio'^nfirnt' food as the cause of their attemptiuTi\ to escape — they Had only neon .it large a lew uuys, uu 1 were ordered back to their old quarters. ' - ,',f' V^f Henry Scahrook appeared against one John'TIusseyi'- for an over exertion of manual force -on the said Hiis-'r sey's part, whereby the tumblers and o'ther'articlos irt ' the glass line, w|uch'arein the habit of aflovning'ewn-.; pl.iinant't. stable, underwent an extreme' risk of denio- ' lition.-T-IIussey, ft ' would seem,, is rtither' a cufiotisr:'; '. mixture of earth's mould'-^for when 'he ha's'6r1c'-f-'' eflected a^entiy within 'complainant's .shop, ^or '.tlist^ snug-little 100m near the shop, there he sits, and-Av41f. stir^iieitiier ' tack nor sheet'( until he has w^t his ' whistle' with a drop of Seabrook's best 'in/o'r'rum, ' or h*randy, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

' (Fro Hi, a 'Corre&pon den t, Y SomeJ improvements, we think, might easily be made ' in the systeni of ^granting ' Tickets, of, Xeave.','J^A'c accbrding to existing Regulations, these Tioke'ts clve onlv* a local, and indeed a'verv liniitefl ni'ivile.^O tor -the holders to work in the districts mentioned m ' them. Ve.y few, compared with the whole of. the per- T, sans indulged with them, fulfil the conditions imposed,' the greater part .of them repairing to Sydney, or t'o^ ? Towns wliich are not within their,] roper'districts. ' By these means favorite Towns are 'nunddted with^thern'^ '^ while less desirable places hiue 1 ut a scanty supply 'oil , workmen and labouiers. It mig-ht be as well, in-ovir'! opinion, to follow ' in some cle^r 'e the suggestions-; ' which hiive be.cn thrown out by prisons, who undor-r*1 ? stand'the naturcrof th'ose things. Iu granting'a T\cUet*' of Lcav?, itNvould b'e advisable to*rdnder tlie'lpltstr- *.'? vance of the1 conditions impeiativj/only wj...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLERICAL GRATITUDE [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 April 1826

CLERICAL 4fRATiTUDE TJia!t!the poor Welch Parsons were hut too wcii acqEaintcd ?wsth the ineaaing of-' Her, tttypista &o-iii'is -sa fScieni'y «otoriou«. Vbe'ibMowiug gcnrAws -sncl curie us better, from a Welsh Cier graetfcl ?eagoriies.s -the s3«card«fl ^csfraenls of -one of IsisiuDje sfortunatc breUnen — written v.-ith true ?Cambrian verbosity-, ? *at-ove -1O -yeRrs ijack, *vi'!l shov/ -what was then tke .-situnuuit ?of -one of aUtcvn : tlscr-e 7.. reason io lwj-e iljal Shcir oonditioa 22£S ijoea .-siace iinsrcr--«J'. — * To xaiE £Iev.. Mr. ? . : . . K-e%rcrein3 and v,ort-iy. iudulgent susid couspRasionatc, bounte -ous :eud -very valuafjJe-Sir, — ^Tlte peroscstt 300 liave -aeiil tab has ' laid -meander an oiiligation 60 'V/iiterfither-soanerthnn lanteiwJed, : ?and if I wore not to «eize the very first opportunity of returning ' you ith auks -after Hie- reception of «o «consi-ierab-!e a preseni, I tJiouJd be -.guilty .of -such -a ?pkxie of insensibility and ingi-aUtude, thati...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN i __________ i . ' SYDNEY, MAY 3, 1826. , ..

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

SHIP NEWS. Ariived, on Sunday last, from Macquarie Island, the bri^Buitus'./captain'Rose, with 200' tons of , Elephant oil. - ? 1* *--* i - ' ?- ? «a;i.wi rt«'.-JatnirJ.iv last, the schooner Svdnev Pack et, captain M. 'Thorntons, for the Derwent, ---Lading sugar and' sundries.' ' Thetmg John, captain G. Giiffin, for the Dcrwent proceeded ycsteida.y,,,as,far as Watson's, J3ay, 'whcie she now lies — lading stores and merchandize — passenger's,1 Messrs. John Roberts and Christopher Witeh.tr— ? ? ~ '? ' ' '' ''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

' GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, 1826. THE impositions which are practised in order to obtain Tickets of Leave, rtnd the facility with which individuals of the worst character obtain certificates as ' honest, sober, and industrious' persons, have ; rendered it ne cessary to suspend the issue of Tickets of Leave until some nr rangpnieut more effectual than the present can be established. Applications for Tickets of Leave cannot, therefore, be acted on, until the present regulations are revised; By Command of his Excellency the Governor, '' ' ' Alex. M*Lbat. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, I82-J. 'TT'JrlE Governor has been pleased to approve of the -?- following appointment and dismissal : — Government/Establishment at Pennant; Hills— Michael Con nor, free,: to be constable. , Pa-ramatta — John Martin, dismissed for misconduct. By his Excellency's Command, Alex. JVI'Leay. PUBLU^NOTICE: /Co&oncal, Secretary's Office, May 2, 1826. THE undermentioned ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

J GOVERNMENT NO'I ICES. Cox-onial SrquETvriY's Ofifice,jApriI'i25, 1826. TO bt* Sold by Public Aucfion, on the Ptcmises, on Tiipsdliv the Ninth Dav of May next, at Twtlve o'Cloek, time 'Unfurnished H'thscs- bt longing to Cio T( rnnt.nl, on Church I|il!, in , separate It'Js.^ f'l he. Purchaser, pr Piirchast rs of (lir honsis to be entitled to n gruif'of'tlie ground nn lift, terms'on winch the olher'town (Allotments ate InJd. — As dt posit of I - riippr tent^wll be, rcqiimd, and(SiK moptlis credit wulbefiivin for ilic iiuiaindt'r of the'Puicha'se moncv, on1 tin pTynictit of uhich.'ihe requisite Or nits' will i tie 1 sufd ,t ljut niiiiKfliate possession j may, be hadjupdn giving security ,for tlie purchase nion.je. ^ ( ' p s By Ins Excellency's 'Coimiidnd,---( i i ' i I I » ,,.;-'. 'j i AliBX. M&LEAY. , Colonial SECHFr,-\av's O^fptceJ'Apru, 28,'1&26. THE Govern t ihaS^po'/T pleased fo'aj-prnve of tin* appointment \-f',Willia'iji Milling tonv, Jh'v the' Lnrkins 4o bo nn ...

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To the Editors of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

To the Editors of The Australian. , I am a settler in this district ; but, being at Newcastle about eight davs ago, I had occasion to call at the Police Oftice.- . On «mnii there. I was surprised, and, -'I may say alarmed, at find hie the door surrounded by six or scvcnmien, raggca, oareiootea. and as black as coal dust could well make them : in fa«t, they we're terrific looking figures.' Seeing the clerk belonging to,the Office,- come to the door, 1 ventured to approach; when 1 heard these persons,1 who, it seems, were mineis,. askt for shoes ; and clothing : at the same time complaining, that they had. not been supplied with 'any, since the beginning of last September ; 'and that their feet were in so bad a state (and w Inch* indeed, I could perceive}, that they weie scarcely able to stand. ! ; . „ The poor fellows were told, that there were .neither shoes, nor clothing, in the' stores; but, as soon as any, arrived, they would be supplied. They retired 'on this assurance, peaceabl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

npHAT siibstiintial ' 'amV co'mrno^io\s ' ihvei'-iitori ' sijnale -j\ -Cumb Tland-strect, Rocks,'contarnirig twelve, ronrin nithdes;ira:l)Iepiit-oin'ees.i: ^Th^aituat'ib'n/is-'p'articiilkrl'y'-aua^eif Tora publicl/o'iis'e.'/ inn:. 'K»T.«jtk. }jai!-jii- .s':ii '!,i,( r.,h j ?itVn|)artip6Iars!a|)p!yJt^^Ir;|U-iGnm^ I ..'-:' TO PIHty^J^'F-A^H-fal/iS. ? --av-' FBTN the l-ONGAST*^^d^^^'J 'aHy^an ^;; irUilllrln-B-hf/t^ diieVt'froiir^gyor^^-xvift, ^^llt rKirniichoviesj1 olives an'd'oiJ.—^atn.^Tinjtj' V«l-nYi'i?r*itb'fwVlq i ;'t^'.; -o. ?W-li 1ci^^6^fs^h8S|}-(1r'-' bvhnwfc X-[ . i'a.tqiJ^^iiOUJrlfjFjyaafi-.Ski^a.:* -^h ^-M-u^ii^ .r-^hai* \ iHalftchests-^Uittoii^l J^a. ' h--:^; ! ,»u;mfiA-ni?k , . .?:,., ...... i*?oxes-— loung Hvscu ,. ? ,. -..-.? ..; '\t-l\'J£'\v-- \ ?'. ..:'.'--V '--'': '? ! ;^jl'Pek'o«^ ::-?«'i««O«il.y .*». -,««g«l;ji£il r. -j--iyytu,r .;.-(.; -N;'ilpynij,^g!-f.^ii-.«nI:'5o' i»;-t^V;Cw^ ?MX. lyfiftvnny flviul ^:S(uichttiig\i tinhvitkptj ity ^ -^|^i» i .j.T.he greatcsj. par...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANECDOTES—AMUSING AND INSTRUCTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

ANfidbOTES—AMUSING^M INSTRUGTWE/i Accuracy l-r-Qnr accounts fruiivftfew .Soutlj 'WaTejs /and Tn'ii pieman's 'Laud are wry unsatisfactory.' The ltMte'is: which We; ' have/received from \Sydn'ey;-si'aleV'ihiit ri'arly-alUtlie ::grass:ilias been-destroved by caterpillars;: which over-ruiii .the-jfaqe. qffthe country, and mat, tney ijavc.inp prjJ8peci.,nir\wHuer oi a, , g(wq ?supply of pruvisiojis. .T%i)rluiiatc}j-,; jiow6y'er^ 'corri hns' fni.len considerably in price'i'tju- best wheaVwhiehjW'ns'UJsi per bushel,: had .gone down to 8s.' atjd the loaf-of ?brea'tio'f Mlb'. was only -Id;; .The bush-rangers ?cuntiHu'e- to ciimu'iiunftrociousi'oCitra'gesi^ :, Mur-r. ders .ami robberies vyere* c/j-umdn at Jiopnday^at Sydney .^Glasgow ? JVm Pf?«?! ..;?:.,..,.- ;.i^'v7 '^ilh'^'^u:^ .?SUi4V:1'..rV.|,-';'.':; ^PjrJ&Hcrs.— -The ; transports,;^ condemned nt tjie? last Summer .Asiiies forjilie .county of (Slocesier','. pnssed through, Cheltenham : ' on RloiYday last, on thtiir wky -to thciV-...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

EXECUTION. The execution of the ill-fated man white took place on monday morning. ''He nas, as was men tioned in duV last; found guilty of one of the most i.rtn-lfvinrrnffances to humanity-— that of .murder ; — the murder of (a hut-keeper, 'an ^unfortunate being .simi larly situated with' himself— employed under the same, master, and'living together in an isolated pait of the country, where the 'very nearest station occupied by civilised man, was not less Jthan from G to 7 miles What his incentive fop committing this.honid act may have been, is doubtful/ The deceased was said to have boasted of his having money, and pcihaps a desiie to get possession of this may have inspiied the diieiul crime. The evidences of -White's guilt,' though alone supported by concurrent circumstances, seem too strong to' admit (of uncertainty.. His being the only person lesiding with or, near the deceased— the knife which White was in the-habit-of using at hit meals being discovered lying by; the dead bod...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT—(Monday.) CAMPBELL v. JEFFERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

SUPR'KME COURT — (Monday.) CAMPBELli, V. JeFTERV. ' 1 Mr* Wentwoith opened the pleadings. This was am action of assumpsir, brought by Mr. Robert Campbell, jun. a 'meichd.nl 6f 'thisHown, against the defendant, who is the Commander' 'of ' the'shiti . -To'ward'Castlel.! now'lying1 in 'haibo'nr. The declaration contained foui specUl counts ; the substance pfwhich^ was, that plaintiff took a passage on board the 1 Toward Castle,' when in' the port of London, to convey plaintiffs! wife, a child. & governessi'and female servant to this Colony ; for which passage a' consideration had been given~~ defendant had( undertaken to' piovide his''passengers uith'piopcii accommodation 011 board th'e vessel, a Mif fiuenuy of provisions,^and kind.tieatmcnt during said voyage ; which contract, it was now alleged, he had failed to peiforml » ? '» ' » 1 Di. Wardell stdted the case at some length.' ' , Mr, ThomasiRaino evamiupd— --Is ''the agent of de fendant, in this action ; lcmenibeis the Towa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

A portion of Hyde Park, oV the Old Race Course, is it is indiscriminately called, is about to lie', dissected »id cue' up into parts, for Town allotments — but not that portion of.it which is atj-re'sent usefulrcither to ;he Government or to the. public, but which is enjoyed ind 'used 'by neither. The peripatetic will not be ibridged in his rambkvnor 7will'thc exercise ground -f the equestrian 'be at all infringed upon, by the pro »ocoH arrangement. Hyde Park, as i't-now_ stands, as Hyde Park, wf ill, be intact, but the large l enclosure which. was sliced, from it some tiroe.ago — the' 'Market ^aTdeh' bra'ncli'is'to''be*snbmitted to the work- of im provement, for improvement we 'should be bound to :all appropriating this misappropriated slice, to build ng purposes. ' We -should be sorry to1 see any incroach nents made on the present unapplied space, by a par tition of it into town allotments. As ^ftir.as we can [earn; 'nothing of this ' sort is ' designed.- ? ^It'escaped this, sad. ...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Saturday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 May 1826

CRIMINAL . COU;RT — (Saturday. J, Robert! Fuller \vas-capitally indicted for stealing a calf, value jt'5, the pioperty of Thomas Spy.t ' -- - The prosecutor 'resides at Dathurst; isa grazier and settler there. Deponent missed a calf, frrinVamonjr his herds on the 8th of December last; had observed the prisoner, with' some oiherp, /jn^the previous evening1', in the bush ; they seemed .to he busily employed in flaying some animal which they had befoie them; witness passed by the men at a' distance'. * J3ernaid M'Clusty , went with last witness on the morning' of the 7th of -December, to the spot of ground where prosecutor stated hc(had some reasons to believe he should find the calf, which had been stolen from him. On teaching therp, it was a brush, and about three quaitcrs of a mile distant fiom any dwelling, he saw the mutilated carcase of a calf; the -hide had been partly taken off; 'the head' seemed beaten and mnch bruised ; believes it to' be the one tliat was stolen 'from prosec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, MAY «, 1826.

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NORFOLK ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

NOKFOLK-tflSLAND. ,„? The Isabella schooner has brought, some intelli gence from Norfolk Island, which she, left on the 2d of April. Between thii'ty'and forty v acres were then in a fit state to receive wheat,' and most descriptions of vegetables and truits continued to, nourish with very little labor. The commandant's house' began to look very ? respectable ; a provision 'store, .compounded of lasting and solid materials, had been completed ; there were beside tolerably well constructed huts' for the military and prisoners. Six of the prisoners had ma naged to get away ,'and conceal , themselves among the almost impenetrable brush lands and high, grass in the interior of the island. JVone of them had been -retaken when the Isabella sailed. She did not leave more than eighty or ninety prisoners, on the island -altogether. The only one' worked in lrjins.was a mun who had made an attempt to. escape. .The Isabella was enabled to anchor, sevnral times at both sides .of, the islar.d, in ...

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