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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

ti-iexpstraoan SYDNRY, MAY 20, 1826.

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SYDNEY MARKETS, (May 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. CMat 18.) A srant.v supply of grain at Market this morning, added to a good nt lemla rice of buyers, Jjas .contributed to effect a rise in prides. Wlyat, in' particular, was' sold at a high, figure; fine samples fetching as much as 10s. per bushel.' There was sonic corn of a good frrain exhibited, which continues to improve in ?value, lihrley is a trifle dearer. A rise -in the p'rifce of1 flour is anticipalfd. ' ': ''' ' ? Nu. of bushels' sold . ' . ? K^£ s. 'd 5G ? . -? - sold at per Bush. ' O 10 ,'q . -16 . ?. - ------ - 099 ^40 .' -. .- — L - ' 0, ? 9 6 9^ ?-. . - * - ' - 0-9 0 . 40. - ' - - ' ' - ?? 0 ' 8 9 11 -?.--, - ' _ ',_ 086 159 - - - t- - '0 8 -0 . i8 - - - - . - ? ' 0 7 -9 5 % ' -, -. .-'.'-'? 0 '7 -3 * , ' Average Price^ of Wheat -'0.8 8 3-4 , % ' Ditto' of inaize ' ' - 0 ' 3 ' 3 ' Ditto of BnrJey , - ? O ' 4 0 '' - ' _ ? Fine Flour 20s. Od. per cwt. Seconds do. 18si per do. Pol/ard, Is. 6d. per bushel. ' '- Bran, 2s. Od. ditto. ? ' , Potatoes, 10s. Od. ...

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SUPREME COURT, (Friday.) Middleton v. Lucas. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

.SUPREME COURT; (Friday.), ' ?Middluton v. Lucas. '. This was an action brought to recover a sum of ^£l\ 8s. 9d.' for be»rfiirnishedby plaintiff, a propriejor of the Nelson brewery, to a person named Wollstonecraft, hutv on defendant's' account. The latttrr/set up a plea, that Wollstonecraft' was trading on his own. account , but, there being no evidence to provi* that a trans fer of licence had been made from defendant to .Wollstonecraft, a verdict was returned in. the plaintilFi favor for -/'ll 8a. 9d. -

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To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. "Sydney, New South Wales, March 19, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

r^r7ZFditor of the Morning Chronicle. » 8i,-*» -:;?.»' atate of «his colony, some.or yv ..-,.. rjous accounts ot che state o few UJjeed are false)', others e«B«?™'f /J,. The obvious cause of -?delineated by -the .pencil of .?tiutli. .. d medium inch. ^»«c«n«50 J^everal Correspondents ? have viewed I throuBh.Vlnch your several H^.^ .^ ^ Qn the same subject , ar.tt .'« prtjudices or passions. has .received ^'? th;f 'rP^°in New South WrJes. I -have - «'I have resided s x years in rs le . authentic had' opportunities, clmuijj that time, to j a q discussed 'T^o^S'be'ic^dby.justice and taporu^,.. I bind the e-unrtuuee Wy my j;^'Y;re Major General Mac « Since .Oie removul or tlie wre . j Joj-i .n_ c'redible deteV.orat,O. h.^yaHencP Aam.mbt com circuiv-sinnces. Under h's JH -, becaUse iliey received merce and asr.culture flogs «iq fobierii,a prott-cuon - ? tu. -»vpcutive government uwi » ? :.f,L,ninn«. and encouraReiue ntf-which,inin farmer ^received - were indispenwible for '^.f ° ,e uch a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 16, 1826. THE GOVERNOR HAS GREAT PLEASURE in announcing, in reference to the Government Notice of the 5th instant, that every cause of anxiety respecting the tranquilily of the County of Argyle has ceased. The prompt measures of the Magistrates have been attended with the best effects. Mr. Reid lias been in communication with one of the Chiefs and the, Natives have disappeared. By his Excellency's Command, ALEX McLEAY ,               Colonial Secretary's OrncE,- May. 16, 1826. rff^IIE Governor has been 'pleased to approve of the M. following alterations in the Police:— , At Liverpool— James Fullerion, free, ;lo be constable, vice Bridget, dismissed for drunkenness. At Newcastle — Thomas , Bjsliop, ship Somersetshire, to be constable, vice M'Carthy, diftnisscd ; and Thomas Dwyer, fiee, to be constable, vice HeallcyT removed. Appointments to'b...

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HORSE RACE IN RUSSIA. Extract of a Letter, dated Petersburgh, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

HORSE RACE IN RUSSIA. _ . r. r ... ? 'j^faiTiPelprshuritk. AUetlSt I*.. English horses. ._._„„ „,„„„„,, bv ti,0 Cossack General and-s-half versts. ^''^^^^^Seadfull^hard and stony. pu'ees, all sent their mostcel ^^f^ , Sfro^ wh5cl, the two be sS twenty «»«« Xilvt rie y of ^Ss ,*l.icl. rendered tl.fir party were seh'cted after a \-m--iy oi i , English horses qftitccnfidSntof succesi. In .the ™^n Mn'e ™owa \hat Count j were neither seen nor hca.rd -o. -I -was only k a tQ Mutuwewic h^d imported some for lie pur ? , ^ di, train and ride men. i *» '- -j^ 4,' without alarming theai bacliing 'their horses at 4 to J, anfl^ a Cosiabks'. ? sc|ves at the wliispered u ac iilou* n.us cf(, B b Cos. The day arrived, gj « Jnll.a.. . Count Plaioff. | sack of the stud of the late w ll «n Kutchiniko!f. . Tins and a cl.csnut, Zwiriide, of &*«'* animal,. high in the hips, but former', was rather a conne vu Igu ^anuim fc ^^ ^^ goo-l in the loins, and shewing ^sidcr J ^ ran »y T-«nin», bre - b- *^'...

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ANECDOTES, &c.—AMUSING AND INSTRUCTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

ANECDOTES, &c— AMUSING AND INSTRUC Jews.— -A' Berlin Journal lemarks, that all the Jewish population which, tinder David and Solomon, amounted to 4,000,000 souls) is at present about 3,000,000, thus' dis tributed :\in,BuvnriU|' '55.402: in Saxony, 1,300 : in Han over, 0,100 ; in ?Wirteinherg,* 2,OG?3 ; in Badeon, 16,930: in iles-eiDannstadt, 5,»7O:; in Ilesse Cnssel, -14,082 ; in the other pnrts of the Confederation,, 18,248 ; in Frankfort oh the Muyne, 5,200; in Lulieck, 400 ; in Hamburgh, 3,006' ; iii Au.s«ria,453,545;jn Prussia, 134,980; in Russia, 420,908; iri Ppland, 232,000 f in Great Britain, 12,000; in France, 60,000;' in Holland, 80,000 — 20,100'behiK in Amsterdam; in Sweden, 450; in Denmark, 6,000 ; In Switzerland, - 1, 970; in Itnly, S6,900; in the Ionian Islands, 7,000 ;? jn Cracow,' 7,000; in' European Turkey, 231,000; iiv Asia, .433,000— 300,000' of these being in Asiatic Turkey ; in Africa, 504,000—360,000 of these being at Fez%nnd*Mor 'occovin America, 5,700;...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Robert Bajles was charged with robbing a seaman whilst   sitting together in a public-house. The. house is some- where about the Rocks, and there the son of Neptune had retired to a "blow out" of grog, with a whiff of "negur   head" or grass cut, as it might chance to fall out. There   was another biped in the room, who had every appearance of being a literary character, for he had a ponderous tome under his arm, independent of other books, good, no doubt, in their own way; but this tome did contain treasures— treasures to a nautical man;—there were problems of plane and crooked sailing, right and oblique trigonometry, azi- muths and amplitudes, and a number of other scientific et ceteras, with a huge heap of logarithms that would have puzzled the antiquated Magi to calculate. It was Hamil- ton Moore's, or, as seamen usually term it, "Humbledon"   Moore's Epitome of Navigation. There could not have   ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

An English mercantile Correspondent, writing 10 a commercial hoi.se in- Sydney, gives the folWinff-W-. inn- description of the distress which prevails in bng land for the want of money (the letter is of a -very late date, the 26th *ot Uccemocr, loto.j.— ' The anticipations we communicated to you m-our last of the 2d instant, that the commercial distress had' not seen. its worst, we have to regret to say has been more than realized. The public papers will -give von the details of- occurrences ; and, we-neeil only add, that the oldest merchant in the city of London remembers nothing at all parallel to the events of the last three weeks. Even now, when the panic has bren diminished, tjie best of bills m London cannot be dis counted except at the Bank of England. «A Ion- period mast elapse before confidence. can be iesto.eclD; the wor.svlibivever, we think, Is _ over. ? « Ainonjf merchants the failures have'heen fewer than'coitkf have .been expected; hut it V _ expected .that, many will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

No. 10, GEOIIGE-STREKT, HT* G.-PITMAN, BEGS LEAVE TO ACQUAINT -fi- « his Friends, and. the Public, 'that he lias I 'taken', the above Premises, where he olFers for Sale, the undermentioned Articles': vjz.« — ' '. -Hyson skin tea, in whole, half, and quarter chests Souchong . ditto . ..ditto ? ditto * Suuclii ditto, in chests, a very superior tea Imperial ditto, in boxes. ? ' Gunpowder ditto, in boxes, and lacquer'd .tea caddies China iiigar, in boxes and bags ? Preserved ginger, in jars . Honey, in ditto Light and dark- blue naukeons Writing dt-sks Crapes of various colours, , elegantly embroidered crape shawls White, black, purple, pink.flight and dark blue sarsnets figured sarsanets, various colours . Check and plaid sarsanets, elegant silk gauze dresses' Black and coloured ribbons, plaid scarfs . ? Indian ink in boxes, tooth brushes ' Tortoishcll combs, plain and carved Straw matting, a set of elegant paper hangings, in'24 sheets Shirtings, and sheetings, bleached and unb'cachcd ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 May 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Wednesday, the ship Lady Rowena, Captain B. Russel. Left Cork, the 19th January. She has brought 100 Female Prisoners ; 13 Children ; 2 Free Women, and 4 Chil- dren.     Same day the Government brig Amity, from Port Macquarie. Brigade Major Gillman and Mr. Carter have arrived by this   vessel.   Passenger Mrs. Waddy, Widow of the late Sergeant Waddy, 48th Regiment.                 The ships Greenock, Woodman, and Albion, and the brig   Doncaster, may be looked for daily from the Derwent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

JINSfVER TO ' PRESENTMENT. t The following is tlic Answer of the Governor to the Presentment of the^Parram'titta Grant! Jijry: Government, House, ApriuSO, JS26. . ' '. 'GENTr-EMRN, ? r ? *r- - ' ' . - i' T have received your presentment,' dated the 4th instant, by the hands of the Ch.iiiiiian of the Quarter Sessions'. The seicwl matters will b-j attended to ns] soon j\s circumstances s)iall permit. Eveiy exertion is making t'n prepare tho Hospital at L'uerjmol* for the reception of the patients a^ present at the Lunatic As\ Inm ; where they will'icceivo Innt ncoonunodalion and attention, which is so desirable in their unhappy situation. i jMJinvo'.tlie honor tobe, , ' % '' Gendemun^.i , . , ' '' Your most obedient and most humble sonant, ; ' ? ? ' ' Ralph Daiilino.' The Chairman and Grand J.ury of ParramAtta. , ' THE Alf^TM ALI AN SYDNEY, MAY 24, 1.82-'). '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. %\ \\\ ' - ? , — a- /?-* t'i , Colonial Secretary's Otfice, Mayvj23v-1836 ? ALL PERSONS HAVING SPIRITS Oil TO „. ---- -r-F'^vJ5^0- A'^^^pjBondcd .Stores, __ who liave not - ? ;already-*traii-iiTutted ?an'RCcbun't 'thereof- to^Uiis''bfficc,:'or'to'the ...* Auditor of Colonial , Accounts, are requested so to do, on 01 before the 1st day of June next. If is necessary Hint they should »ijia^{?iS;'f&?Mniilj'59fIi'.ll|T1')?.rs1 and contents ofceach cask-.orjiackuge, from \\ lint ships tliey were landed, and the datcs^oOheir being received' into Stoic respectively. ?-? *.tL* l:i,t By Command of his Excellency theOpvernor,. : ' . - ?''?' ''.*'; ; ' ,. A;lex. M'Leay. v - - - «' ''CoiiONrA't SicncTARY's OpfioEj'May 23, 1826 TVTOTICE, IS, HEREBY, GIVEN THAT FAMI 'l, '^- T. t lies who are 'in want' of 'Female 'Servants may ' (i be 'supplied frorii the prisoners' arrived 'in the* ship1 Lady Rowena 1 VfionnCorfc,- provided they make Application in 'writing^'specify ing...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

SHIP Nj2WS. . ' Arrived yesterday the ship Greenock, John 'Miller, left LeitU the 22d of November, tlie Cape of Good IJope the 4th of March, the Denvcnt the 16th inst. Lading, sundries'. - Mr.' -Raiikin, .Vfr. ; Ralston, the Rev. Mr. Garvic, Mr. James :'Gracey, »n«l 15 steerage passengers nave come up by ,lier. Sailed, on Saturday last, the government schooner Isabella, with prisoners and provisions for Moreton Bay. ,,. .; r . -^ Same day ,' for Port Macquarie, the brig Glory, Capt. C|e» ments, fdr/a cargo of cedar. ' _ ..,'?!. .Same day, for New Zealand,' the sphooncr BTeTold..-, jt 7 , ' On 'Sunday, ' for Port Dairy lnplc, .the^utte^^pepd well,' Capl. James. '?'.'' -1 ' ,' ' ,'\ *' -' ''Yesterday, for Melville, Island, the government, cutter Mer maid, with stores and provisions. .---',? ?. . . - ^Tlie ship Toward Castle is expected to sail on Sunday next for London. ,?. , ? . ' i- -''?*- '?-„?*' To day or to-moirow, the cutter Governor Arthur,' for Port Dalrywple, ' - -, , ? „ s '...

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CANADIAN RACING AND BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

CANADIAN RACING AND BOXING.' 1 once (says Mr. Tnlhot,'in -his work on Canada,) went to a horse-race, that. I might witness the speed or their sorry chevaux,. as they cantered over a qnarter' of a mile course. Four horses started for a bet of 10,000 feet of boards. 1 lie riders were clumsy-looking ten ows, bootless,* and coatless. Before they started, every one seemed- anx- ious to bet upon some one or other of the horses. W^igers were offered in every putt of the field, and I -was sotinVas ?-ailed by a host- of fellows, requesting me.to take the'ir 'ot- feis. The first who attracted my notice, said, he'would bet me u barrel of salt pork that bplit-the-wind would win the day. When I refused to accept this, another offered to bet me 3,000 cedar shingles that Washington would distance ' every d — d scrape of them.' A third person tempted me with a wager ot'50lbs of pork sausages against a cheese of a similar weight, that E'riuce Edward would be distanced. A fourth, who appeared to he. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

IN THE DONGASTJSU, Attune ;ki -xn^ Derwent. and may bn expected here in'a few day's, a large assortment of gentlemen's, ladies', misses', and boys' iiats, of all qualities and sizes, direct from Leghorn. Also, a few cases of anclipvies, olives;' and oil. 27, Pitt-street, May 24, 1826. ^ALTPETRE.---DURING THE -MEAT-CURING '^^ Season, the Undersig-ncd will be able' to supply tlic Public Mith Sallpe-ru, at 6d. per lb:, in quantities of not less (Jinn I2lbs. ; or, 5d. peflb., by the bag. Also, a few barrels of refined saltpetre, at Is. 6d. per lb. by the barrel only, of 1 cwt. each. J. Tawelt,, No. 18', Pitt-street, Sydney.. TfyJKS. DrLLON RESPECTFULLY~BEGS J.VJL leave to acquaint her Piiends, and the Public gencral/y, of lier intention to remove from her present Residence, No. 20, Pitt-street, to the house opposite, now occupied by Mr. -Wells ; where she solicits A continuance of tho kind patronage she has so liberally experienced. She also begs to assure her mends, that no exertions o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ' - .?Colonial Secretary's Office, Mat 19/ 1826. HPHE GOVERNOR HAS BEEN PLEASED TO ?'£' -tappi'ove of the following' dismissals 'in the ,Police : — ? ' I, . ' ? I ' , ? A1 Parramatta— rJohn Walker, wardsman, and Hugh Taylor, constable, ,fot improper conduct. ,' 1 l# '*u ,h, 'Vn-Uy his Excellency's Command, , - - \- ? ?? «?? » ?' - '?? -. ? ? ',-, .Alex. M'Leay. ' ' Ut- .Commissariat Office, Svdnev, May 17, )f826. ^OLONIAL TOBACCO.— THERE W I LI,' BE ^-s Sold by -Public Auction, at the Lower Comrnis 'saiat' Stores, atclevcii o'clock of Friday'tbe Twenty sixth- Current, about ? i ' i - FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS _OF LEAF TOBACCO, grown at Port Macquarie. ., ' t '' Terms,1 prompt payment, in British money ; or Spanish dollars, at '4s. 4d. each. ,'-?*. { , - , ? ' W^illia'm,. Wbmyss, Deputy Commissary General. - i ''Commissariat Office, Sydney, MAV12,1 1826. ]*/|'AIZE.— ^PERSONS DESIROUS OF 'SUP -*-' i 'plying' Iris. -Majesty's Magazines at ! ? . ' SYDNEY, PARRAMATTA. LIVER...

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SUPREME COURT—(SATURDAY.) STEDMAN V. ROSE, AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

SUPREME COURT — (SATURDAY.)     Stedman.v. Rose, and Co. This was an action, broght by the Plaintiff against the Pro- prietors of the Stage Coaches, to recover damages for certain   injuries sustained by the breaking down of a Coach, on the 5th of April. A Verdict was found for the Plaintiff — Damages £200 sterling, and costs.             (Monday.) — Halloran v. Hall.   This was an action for libel.         The plaintiff it appeared was Master of the Sydney Free   Grammar School, and it was certain letters written by de fendant, impeaching the plaintiff's integrity, that consti tuted the present grounds of action. One of these letters, the first count included, and tended evidently to harass and oppress the plaintiff as projector of the Grammar School. It appeared in the Sydney Gazette of No...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the colonial Times,—May, 5,) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

I^VaN DIE MEN'S ' lSnX) .NKWS. f(JE'rom the Colonial Tijfi^—^Maiu- 5,)^^' Tiiu Black Natives. — On Saturday morning last, five Abo riginal^Natiye9,^\lio could all speak English, entered the form liouse^ofMrJBrowiiing.in the Macq\jarie district, and with wad'-' dies beat hjiu' to death'. Mr. B. was at the tiiue'confined \o lii» bed, bcin'i: seriously, indisposed. A pour old man, nn assigned iprvant, -who^was alsu.iu tlse house, we are sorry to add, was so shockingly cut by them on the'head, as to leave little hopes of' his recovery. / They then plundered the premises. Mr. B.'s bro ther was iti town at; the time. ' , / ^ ..» ?. t The two black Aborigitml natives who are , confined in the gaol, on the charge! of spearing1 a ninn to -1l-,iI1), nrc apparently giffed with'h. superior understanding to what w'e have hitherto seen. One appears to have been 'a Chief. ? He is very old, has a long heard, long hair 'in ringlets, nnd is coloured with rejd ocre ; lie is ill and feeble, so much so,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 May 1826

Never was censure less merited, than ,tlic censure winch lias been bestowed on government for tho course they' have pursued to efl'ect'a change in the currency of the Colony. If sterlinglsllvcr had been sent into circulation, while dollars were in profusion, 'the latter would have still remained, tlic;7circulating- medium; there would have been no possibility ot\preventinj their being so, and the former, 'vvo nidi have been used as the mere medium of exchange, for Treasury Bills. In all probability, indeed, the Bank itself would have lent a helping1 hand 'to facilitate' the concentration of the British ' silver 'diffusod by', tiie payments, of the Commissary. .Under the clause of the Charter, which enables the Bank to trade in bullion, the fradc in Jol lars would have been opened,' and as soon 'as tlic Set tler, or Merchant, or Shop-keeper, hud received his sterling- coin froni^the'Cominissary^ he would harcre paired to the JBaiik'td'.ejichan^c if for dollars. This would'haVe been e...

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