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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ,' ;' \ ?jfc.. Colonial Sbcrbtary's Office, .May 9, 1826. I HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations' in the Police . — ' . * Constables appointed — James Mahen from the .20th, Thomas Dunn' from the 24lli ult. Patrick Geary, Peter Butler, and John Gorman, from the 6th instant. Constables resigned — William Connell from the 15th of April, Patrick Cooncy from the 17th of' April, William Hilliard from   the 13th of April, Samuel Small from the 28th of April. .Constables dismissed — William Stewart for. improper con duct, and Patrick Troy for drunkenness. Pitt Water District — Thomas Boltpn to : be constable, amd Patrick Geary to be. poiindkee'pcr, vice Burke di missed. By his Excellency's Command, . Alex. M'Leay. ** ? ? '. PUBLIC NOTICE. .' Colonial Secretary's Office, May 9, 1826. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certi ficates or Tickets of- Leave* during the last week* via.*— ' ' ; '?? ; ? _ ' CERTIFI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALTSS. AT A GENEKAL MEETING OF PltOPItlE TORS on the 11th in'atant, the fallowing- Iteso lutiuns were npprovcd of: — ' 1st. Resolved — That 'from the inspection ? of the abstract o- the Bank accounts now submitted to the Proprietors, this meeting is fully satisfied Of the solvency- and stability of the Bank, nni: pledge themselves to give it tiiuir best support, and to take auc circulate the Bank paper as usual. 2H, That this meeting pledge themselves to take British silvei currency in payment of Spnnish dollar engagements at the' r'ati of premium of the day, such rate to bu fixed weekly by. t|ie Di rectors, -who it is understood arc not to allow the Bank to derive any profit from the preiuiun:. ? John Piper, President , Jones nnd Walker ? .. ? A. B. Spark ' SIL . . v Janies Norton f ' Rainc and Ramsay , ' . *'.''?' ,,,. , , ? John Fay rie _ ' ; .t' ? ??„. t- Cooper and Levey , , , ', John RobsniT. ' ' ' .. . , ... H.C. Atitill '' ' ' . ' ' .. . . ' ?_, .'' Berry ...

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ANECDOTES, &c.—AMUSING AND INSTRUCTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

ANECDOTES, :&c— AM E/S1NG AND INSTRUC ' »' -- 'T1VB. ' ' ' ' ' ' iTriE Dead Alive. — The. following' singular cir cu7nstance lately occurred at St.- Petcrbburgh :— — ' Two -gentlemen had. contracted a bitter and irro concileable-enmity ag-ahibt 'each other. A servant of one happening to uie, was buried -witlun twenty-tour Lours, after tltc Russian custom^ when the other de termined to gratify his revenge upon his adversary, by accusing him of the murder of his man. To give a colour to^this accusation, accompanied by some of his confiden tial servants, 'he proceeded privately to, disinter the corpse, with a view of inflicting marks of violence upon it. The body was removed from the copin awtl held erect, that it might undergo a severe flogging, 'when, to the astonishment and ( dismay of the party, afu-r a fe.w blows had. been inflicted, animation returned, and the affrighted' resurrection men ran of}* with (lie utmost pre cipitation.*' The corpse at length recovering its anim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

TO PRIVATE FAMILIES fN the DONCASTKIl, and expected dally, an cv L tensive assortment of- Gentlemen's, Jellies' ? i ? liililrenVhali, direct from Leghorn.-^ ill, afeM- cas« of s,'!'! or.aiiohovies-, olives and oil,— at V ' - ''.''I*- . -/ ' » '' .' '.'/'' ' 27^|^strcch.. . L the reception of Woof ; if approved of, C»h wUl e given for the same pn delivery.' ? ? - - ? t ?' ».?''« lU ; , CHARtOTTE PLACE. ?' ' '' ' A SP1NALL, BllOWNE', tt-Hl.C0.-kr'o'now'lind|ni tr^- \ ex Elizabeth, from Canton) ' ' --?-?» Chests — Caper Souchong ! ' ;? ' J j,-t . , Hyson Skjn ; ?. ,» . ' ' ? Half chests— Ditto .. ' ' '* '? ''?-' ? -? ' ! Young Ilyson '' ; *. ' ' *?% ?.,'- 7 , i ,'o.xes — Young .Ilyitcu1 ., » , , Pekoo. , .- ^ . ' % ,' '''?' 1 ' Pohshong ''?'?'??' ' -' ??-__,, ,.. - '? ' Sbuchpirga * ? k. Vi.i ? ? ?'?. t '. Gunpqwder A- . ' * : '*'? ?- The grentest care has been used in the sejection of these Teas ' vliicli will be found to l-e of ajsuperio^ qualiiy and are row jffOred to the Public for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Sucketary's Orpicn, May 9, 182(5. HIS Excellency the Governor has b'een pleased to approve of the following' alterations in the Polices — ? ; ' , ? i , t Conslnbles appointed — James Malicn from tile 20 th, Thomas Dunn from the 24th ult. Patrick 'Geary, Peter Butler, and Jobn Gorman, from the 6t|i instauU ,, ,» !-b '' i v ♦ Constables resigned — William Conhellfrom the lftth^of April, Patrick Cooney from the 17th of April, William Milliard' from the 13th of April, Samuel Small froju the 20ih of -April.; ( ,l4 Constables dismissed — William Stewart for improper con duct, and Patrick Troy for drunkenness. ' * ' ''' Pitt \Va lor District — Thomas Boltnn' to be J constable, aad Patrick Geary to be poundkeeper, vice Burke dimissed.. By his Excellency's 'Command,' , ' ' ' -A LEX; M'LcAY. ' r' PUBLIC NjOTICE. ' ? 'j1 * ,* tf, ..,.,- Colonial Secretary's Office, 'M^y 9,' .1820.' ''' THE undermentioned Persons* have'ohtained 'Certi* ficates or Tickets of .-Leave, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURIOUS SURGICAL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

CURIOUS SURGICAL CASE.         HISTORY OF A PATIENT FROM WHOM THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIVE NEEDLES, WERE EXTRACTED; COM- MUNICATED BY DR. OTTO, OF COPENHAGEN.   Rachael Hertz had up to her 14th year, lived in tho enjoyment, of pretty good health ; she was of a delicate constitution, active, and cheerful. On the   16th of August, 1807, she, came under the care of Professor Herholdt for a violent cholic. She con tinued well up to the 24th of November of the same year, at which time she was seized with erysipelas of the face, accompanied with severe fever, which sub sided in about the usual time, but returned again very frequently during the three following months.       In March, 1808, the patient found herself very   weak and became gradually emaciated ; her counte- nance was pale and haggard, and many symptoms appeared which partook of an hysteric nature...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. ARGYLE. On the first of May, Francis Morris, who came a prisoner to this Country by the ship Earl St. Vincent, was charged before Charles Throsby, junior, Esq. with committing a robbery at Wollandell, and acquitted — the man was thereupon discharged.   James Smith, per Almorah, servant to John Nicholson, Esq, was convicted of assaulting Edward Jones, his overseer, on the 7th of April last, and sentenced to receive 25 lashes — afterwards to be returned to his employer.     William Jones, a servant to Mr. Atkinson, of Oldbury, after     undergoing an examination, on a charge of stealing three dollars from a fellow servant, named Muldouin — was remanded. Richard Smith, per ship Neptune, was brought up on the 2nd   instant before William M'Arthur, Esq. charged with violently assualting James Vaughan, a district constable, when the latter was in the execution of his duty, conducting some priso...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, (MAY 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (May. 11.) There was but a very moderate arrival of wheat from the in   terior this morning, owing, it is said, to the settlers being pretty generally employed in attending to the sowing season, which   has just commenced.- Some large arrivals of wheat from the Derwent during the past week; has contributed in a great mea sure- towards keeping the market steady ; otherwise a rise in prices must have taken place. Notwithstanding a large shew of maize; this article is somewhat dearer. Samples of good corn sold as high as 5s. In barley.there is no alteration to notice. No. of bushels sold - £ s.-.d             12 --- sold at per'Bush 0 '8 o     14 - -- 01 7 9             76 - -- - 0 7 6           &a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

The arrival of thePrince Regent from. Calcutta, after a quick passage of 45 days, has put us in pos session of some pieces of intelligence, which we com municate as under. They are chiefly from the pen of a correspondent, who thus writes : —           The war with the Burmese is as hot as ever. A     peace we shall have, doubtless, at the close of this col- season ; a patched up one I mean. The interest of   money is again coming down to 6 percent. Since the fall of Bhurt Poor it has been gradually coming   down, as with that fall went the last hopes of the na tives of Hindostan of emancipation from our rule. The Almorah is not yet condemned. 'The vessel has been for some time given up to the agents, of' the house to, which she belonged in England, on security for the result. There is no doubt as to her con   demnation. The Company, it is expected will ta...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 May 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Tuesday last the brig Haweis, John Dibbs, com mander, from Bass's Straits the 5th inst. — lading 30 tons of salt 365 fur Seal skins, and 315 hair, do. Arrived yesterday, the schooner Prince Regent, David Salmon,   master. — She left Calcutta the 27th February, lading sundrics —   passenger, Mr. James Dempsey. — She spoke the brig Active, captain Jamieson, from this Port, in the Bay of Bengal. Sailed, on Wednesday-last, the Sun, for Batavia and Sinca- pore, and the John Shore for Calcutta. Yesterday, the Leander, for Liverpoof direct. The Mangles will positively sail to morrow.

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ENGLISH NEWS (to Nov. 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

ENGLISH NI5\VSC^o Nov. 28.V Houses of the first credit and stability can 'onlj* get llieiVpa per pariiallv cashed, and are compelled,' in consequence, jo' iie STRICr ACCOMMODATION TO THEm BEST GUSTOVIKlBS ! ' TIlC diflicultv of xjbtaiiiina discounts.- is.bevond anv iliiTi.r'Mtnn-ii'n tnr many yijars past. 1 Iic-ninuense exportation of gold, the decline of the exchanges, and the speculating mania, havr.au. .roused unwonted' caution w£th in ,th e Ba nk .!? J ThtT; fximittr is sues aie contracted, and the circulating currency has .diminished one-half. ' ' ' ?'?''- ? A bill is to be introduced in Die next Sossion'of Parliament. to treat with the Dean mid Chapter of 'Westminster for the south side of D(iwning-«street, wlu'ch it is wkhed to pull down, for the purpose of building on its site* some 'offices ' fbr;thti -Evreign Dg pajlment.and aUo a. State.Paper'Office.- - /...., -?? Tlit? University of Ovf'ord luis 'advertised for1 contacts for the buildin-; of a large Printing-office, capa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

JUST LANDED PROM THE CAPE PACKET, and on Sale at 99, George-street, A CASE OF CHRVSTY'SjLONDON MADE HATS. William -Parker. i LAblESrGOSTUME: AN elegant ASSORTMENT of GOODS for LA DDIES' MORNING and- EVENING COSTUME, is now on sale at the late Residence of Mrs. Rickard's, Georgc strect. 7 ? , ? ? ? ,' y - ON 'SALE AT'TrC'L'ARKSOL\'Sr No;3, I'lTT s tr.ee t,'S_yd n ey— ' Wax candle* . ' Canvas sacks Pine cheese* , ? Breakfast sbr vices ' BaftasStpannahs of finest _ Dinner ditto ? quality , ' Tea ditto ' Mingapore hearth rugs ' ' Delicate wines . Tamarinds in jar« '' , Hyson and hysou skin teas Loaf sugar Liverpool salt ' . - \ ' Nails, &c. &c. N. A.— A quantity of walnuts, in small boxes, from the Cape on tlie Greenbck, expected daily. ' ON SALE at GEORGE .MORRIS'S, Australian Hotel, near the King's Wharf,' Wines and Spi rits °f a superidr quality and * flavour/at the following reduced prkes ; viz. ' \ - - ° - ? ' ' ' . ' * ' Fine old Jamaica rum - .11s. 6*d. per gaJ/on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

' GOVERNMENT NOTICES: Colonial. Secretary's Office, May 16, ,1826. FinHE GOVERNOR HAS GREAT PLEASURE, -'- in announcing', in reference to the Government Notice of the 5th instant, that every cause of anxiety respecting the trnnquility of the County of Argyle has ceased. The prompt rneafuresqf the Magistrates have been attended with the 'best «ffegfc»j; '^IVIr. Reid has^bt^en incommunication with one of the , .Cbfef«,'4nd'tbe 'Natives hayedisappeared. . J ! -I^y- *'s Excellency's. Command, ' ?*&!* '* ' Ajacx. M'Leay. ,Couoi(iASj Secretary's Office, May 16, 1826. THEj'' Gdyornor has-been pleased to approve of the '' fotlojv.ing- alterations in the' Police : — *A{ Liverpool — James 'Fuller ton,, free, to be constable, vice Bridget, disniissed for drunkenness. - ' , At Newcastle — Thomas Bishop, ship Somersetshire, 'to 'be constable',' vice M'Carthy, disniibsed ; and Thomas Dwyer, free, t'ro be constable/* vice Healley, removed.1 Appointments to bear date;respect:vciy, the 1st a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

When we put together, our last remarks on the effects of the cbauge in the current coin, and on the incidental mut ters connected with , that change, bad we been fully ac quainted witrifacls which have been since disclosed, relative to the Bank'ofNewSouth Wales, we should not have dealt so leniently as we did with the Members of that Institution or rather with the Directors, for it is they wl)o merit most, if not all of the censure we are now called upon to bestow* To prevent any unnecessary alarm, it may be as well to premise, that our opinion of the stability of the Baqk of New South Wales, is, , and must remain, unshaken. The Bank is in name, and in one sense of the word, unquesti onably insolvent;- it is insolvent inasmuch, as it is unable to meet its engagements in the terms of its numerous con tracts; it is insolvent, because it-can-.ot pay the Holders of its Notes — 'its Spanish Dollar Notes,- in the coin specified, —in silver Spanish Dollars. It. is not insolvent fiowever, b...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

SHIP- NEWS. Arrived on Saturday last, the Colonial cutter/ Governor Arthur, Captain Hassetl, from Port Dalrymple, the 8th instant, having 1,000 bushels of wheat, 600 kangaroo skins, and 11 bales of wool.           On Sunday last, from Port Macquarie, the Government brig, the Cape of Good Hope, the 1st Jan, the 26th February, and (lie nerwo''-'1-..^'^ — i.i'A4.-..x....u..s-,— sugar, Cape wines and sundries. Passengers , Mrs. Grimes and Mrs.. Collicott.                     Sailed on Sunday last, the ship Mangles, Captain Earl for London via Rio de Janeiro. Lading, wool, timber and seal   skins, pearl shells, and sundries. Passengers, Lieutenant Co- lonel Thornton, C. B. 40th Regiment, lady and two children,   Captain Heaviside,and Lieutenant Le Marchant, 57th Regi- me...

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TRANSFUSIONS OR BLOOD TAKEN FORM A MAN AND INJECTED INTO THE VEINS OF A WOMAN WHO WAS DYING OF HEMORRHAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

TK ANS F US I OX. OR .BL0QI) .TAKEJf : FJ10M A MAN : AND IXJFCTEIV INTO THE VBIvN'S, OF A WOMAN. WHO WAS ;. HYING OF, JIJB MORH^AOE. ' 1 ;??- ''iU-i» 'From the, Lancet.) x ius ujjt.iaiiuu noj pvriurnieu nuuui iiircc- wccks, siu^q, .uuuci the direction of'Dr.'Blandell, Lecturer on Ftiisiolog'y a*hd Mid wifery at Guj's.Hospital. - -, ,A noor woniaif, about 25 years ofaee. was attended, whilst in labour, by Mr. Waller, of Aldersgate street.'1 Nothing particular occured during the; labour, but after the birth, of the child and expulsion of the placenta, the womb did not properly contract, and during the' absence of the medical attendant flooding occured to alarming extent. When visited by Mr. W., the patient's pulse, at the wrist, was -searcelj perceptible, indeed attinies, it could'notbti felt ; jtlie lips and face were of a pallid, or death like hue, and in a word, the Taper of life was but faintly glimme ring. ..'_.'.. Under tliese'circn'rbstanccs, it occuried to, Mr*' Waller, that t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

NEWCASTLE. Commits \uiat Orr-icc, Sydney, 3rd M\v, 1(S2G. . THE Propiierors and others at Newcastle, and in the distiiot of lluntci's, River, wlio'are indebted i to Government in Maize, under 'a regulation dated the flisf of May 1823, of the then Commandant, arc hereby informed, that unless their respective debts arc liquidated- on or before the 24th day of' June- next,1 le gal measures, will be adopted for theii-recovcry.' ' 1 / W^ix,i,tam Wemyss, Deputy Commissary General '* Councii/^Chamber; 'Amu* 27, 1826. AT a Special'Gencral Court' of' the' Corporation foi the Management, of .Clergy' and School lands, ^Mr. Charles Cow per .wis, duly appointed, under the Seal of tin \ ''-Corporation, their Clerk N , , ' ' ? ' J 'By Order, ' ? ,% ? Charles Cowpeh, H ' ?»- i , , ? ? '*?-&?* _ Clerk of Corporation. ^l^HB- Comtnittef of the Trustees of th'c 'Clergy ano -*. School Lands intending1,, at the recommendation * of tlie'Aichdeacon, to cicct foithwith sundry buildings in this , col...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times. April 28.   We notified some time since the arrangements made by his Royal Highness the Commander-in-Chief, as to the sale of half-pay commissions. Up to the 25th of September, 97 half-pay officers had sold out. The three Veteran Companies for service in these Colonies, as overseers of prisoner gangs, have been completed, and may be shortly expected out. The pay of' the army has been newly arranged. The non-effective al- lowance to the Captains of the Guards has been en- tirely abolished. This perquisite was a source of con- siderable jealousy, and had more than once been brought before Parliament. The £20 a year allow- ance to Captains of the line has been also abolished, and the pay encreased 1s. 1d. per diem. The embar- kation, and the field ration, and bat and forage allow- ances have been also materially modified. Monday being St. George's Day, on which the birth-day of our most gracious Sovereign George the Fourth ...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 May 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Three boys were brought up on Friday to account   for their absence from the Carters' Barracks during two days. One of the lads had been already three times punished for a similar absence, and in consider- ation had his term of exercise on the tread-mill pro-   longed to seven days, the two others had only four days each.                       A freed-man, calling himself Thomas Colvent, ap- peared last week on a charge of appropriating to him- self a pair of "inexpressibles," which had been exhibited on a stall in the Market-place. This piece of goods, it appeared, the prisoner endeavoured to   dispose of for the "ready-rino." Twelve shillings     was the sum said to have been the prime cost, but Colvent had no objection to give them to a friend for seven shil...

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To the Editor of The Australian. SIR [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

To the Editor of The Australian. Sir, two subtanccs. and an ultimately firm road. ^ ^^

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