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THE EMPEROR ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

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Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS (MAY 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

SYDNEY. MARKETS^ (May 25.) No. of bushels sold ? . ,'. '''.*' '£ i. d ,42 i. ?'? . - ' 'sold at pcr.Bush. 'O 10 6 168 ?', .- ' '-' - ' ,\ - '?'.''' 0 10 0 ; 203 ,;?-, , ' '.-??'. -? ' O 9 6 223 ^ , . - ;?'?_'? .- ' o ' 9 O 35 '. ',- *'-.'' .'-' ' O '? 8 ' 6 .126,,, _ . . 7 '«,.-, -.0*80 22 * ' , - - ' - ' ' - ' 0 7 6 ' .- . . , , Average Price of \yheaft ..' - 'O ,* 8, ''2j ' ? ', ,, Ditto of maize ' * . -'' 0. , 3' 9 Fine Flour 25s. Od. pe'r cwt. ''* ' ' !i''; Seconds do.' 22s. per dp; ''?'', '. ' ' Potatoes,^., Od. per, cwt. ; fowlb,' 3s. Od. per couple'. . ^ - Butter, 2sfSd. per, Ib.— ^Eggsi'2s.3d. per dozen' ' f - ' *? »' ,'% Cheese,' Is. Oil. per lb. ''^ t *' * / \' ' ' ?' ' Assize price of bread si\-pience per loaf. \ '' ' StUing price fivepence halfpenny* to sixpence.1'' ' ' ,-j ? i Pfillard/ls. 6d. perbushel. '' ? 'll- ? '..,'j-^; Bran, k2s:'qd. ditto.'' '( ' *',;'/' . ' - , price' of, hay, a'n;p 'strawJ u-. ' .- ;? ' i Hay, clover,' per load -''?'- , ,£'2 Q' 0 . .' --v ^Str...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Tuesday night last, the chooner Alligator, Capt.   Farley, from the Seal Fishery, with 4400 fur skins. Same night, from the Noer, Hawkesbury, where she' was   lately built, the brig Industry, belonging to Messrs. Cooper and Levey and Mr. John Grono — lading wheat.       On Thursday last, the brig Venus, Captain Kilgour, from     Port Dalrymple, the 19th instant. Passengers, Mr. John McQueen, and son. Lading, one hundred bales of wool for this place, and 6000 bushels of wheat for the Isle of France. Sailed on Thursday last, for Port Macquarie, the Govern-   ment brig, Mary Elizabeth, Captain James, with stores and provisions.       The cutter, Governor Arthur, positively sails this morning,     for Port Dalrymple.           &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

. ' SALE BY AUCTION, j BY MR. PAUL, On. Monday next, at eleven o'clock, at his New Rooms, opposite ' it' tM-? Lumber-yard, Guurgu-stroet, rw*liv.O HOGSHEADS 'OF HAMBURGH .TOU Si- bin r«fined SUGAR, 'slightly,. damaged, a few boxes of young hyson tea,_ ladies* dresses, scarfs, sliawjs, &c. remainins'over the lasf'snle, with 'sundry other. .effects.' The whole wiii bu sold without reserve. NOTICE^ALLlpfcRSONS HAVING CLAI MS on the jfl&tate of Mr. '.James Median, late Sur veyor Genera!, rVccasi'd, are required to furnish the same to the JSExecutors, imVjr1 before the 1st Day of July- next, that Arrangements may be mado for their Liquidation. And all those ind«litc-rnlci the Estate, are requested to settle their respective Debts,' with as little' delay as possible.' . ' -- . The ' Executors will no*t hold themselves responsible for any Debts that may be contracted by any Person connected with the ubove Estate,' without th'cir sanction. ' ? CHARLES TjHROSBY, Wit. REDFERN,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. '* Colonial Sccretaky's Qi?rici:, May 23, 1820. ALL PERSONS HAVING SPIRITS Oil TO bacco in the 'Bonded Stores, who have noi already transmitted aii account thereof to this Oflice, or to the Auditor of Colonial Accounts, are. requested, so to do, on or i before the 1st dny of June nej^t. It is necessary thnttthcy shonld state 'tliti innrksi numbers, and contents of each cask' or package, from what ships they were landed, and the dates ,of .their being received* in to Store respectively. . - ( ' By Command of his Excellency1 the Governor. .- v.' r , , ? ' Alex.- M'Leay. ^ PUBLIC NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 23,, 1 820- ! THE junderrncntion'Jd Persons, have obtained Certi: ficates, or Tickets of Leave, during- the List week, viz. . ' ' ? . CEnTIFJ.CA.TES. I Agnwemnon — Thomas Roper ^ ., TUring (1) — John-Pciilinglon Daphney — John M'Cabe ' ? H End Spenser — John Park , . , Eliza ('1) — William Birch, Samuel Pearson, John Morcton Globe — John Johns « ' ' '...

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PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY. The Grand 'Jury of our Sovereign Lord the King, before entering on1 their' presentments 'to the Court of Quarter Sessions, '(iliidly^cmbrnce the. opportunity of expressing '-(---;?? -;-i! itfn^riiin nt. rhe decisive measures contemulateii liy I.fis.lE\celleuc;v th'e'Governor, in correspondence ivith the presentations of former grand inquests, which leave to i he present a comparatively easy duty.- -' They 'sire satisfied that il-e suggested alterations in the Hulk, fur the accommodation of .108 prisoners. more Ih an can nt' present be confined .the»e, will hnve the excellent effect of unburdening the 'ciowcled gaol of an equal num ber of .felons, 'whose accommodations at present, are ex iremely -wretched awrl insufficient... It will. also afford the desirable opportunity of classifying ..tc-t a .certain extent, »hu inmates of thetgaol.; of, separating the u'neonyicted t'lom i|j«jcoi»dem!-ed — the debtors ,from the* felons, who are now indiscrirhately b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

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SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

§tNeAPOftB; At eflSneSeH -\vi\Y\ ih» wraneh or mft took $mm M^n? SS«^^\^^feUwH A Wi ^«««a ware «^ j BBSS M A-a^mmy,^ ^wMtoftfti 1 S^iviKS^S fchft% fwa-v/f Ate 'SH^wftfffHA V ii$jH -ffi Kv'jWr-h 'wit wit fimtfi ^wim'* 'iffiT&Sfe Vt 'tin', NjKffHHf* ^iHJnHife »»*jffl^^»i-.J t '-i! !$-ji*l }} ii»-S4J»ii*fl- *li&* rfk*t riHtfJ*' {WvHi 1 ttriHt-f j«lhi»*«M»tft«Hi.e-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUARTER SESSIONS, (Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

-QUARTER SESSIONS, (Trednesday.) The General Quarter Sessions commenced' this day before William Carter,' Esq. (Chairman-,) and a Bench of Magistrates. .. , .'-. ' ' ' , ? William laylor (wnsiput. to', the bar, and indicted, for stealing a 'washing tub, and a bag, the property of Ann Clements, on the 25tl»of ?March last'.''1-' . ' - . ,' ED'W'D. HOAK.E, n constable, deposed, that at an early hour in the morning of the day kiidiu this indictment, iie was proceeding through ' Sussex-street, when he met the pri soner,' who was carrying ua bag; the latter, on observing wicnts-)' npproach'towards him, threw n\\ay the bag, and ran off. — On jexamination it was found to 'contain a tub', ivlrcli was npw produced. ' ?' ' ; ANN CLE.MEMTS, had heard that a' washing-tub and a .canvas, bug, hud, come into the' possession of last ?witness, under the above circumstance.?,, arid suspecting they were the same that had been previously stolen from a back yurd; adjoining' her house, wasK induced to go ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. There were but few cases mooted this week of any particular interest or magnitude. On Monday an increase of three silver dollars was made to the poor fund by fines levied on three "choice spirits," who had been regaling themselves the previous     Sunday evening too profusely, and not contented with getting drunk as "Lords," they must kick up such a row in the peace- ful streets, as to call for the assistance of certain constables to give them a night's lodging gratis in a watch-house. Two other   lads of the same stamp, to wit, also drunk, and moreover dis-   orderly, were severally assigned a weary round of labour on the   Tread Mill. Next day (Tuesday) a free subject, but not so free as to be without the reach of all law, calling, himself Edward Quin, was     charged by Mrs. Margaret Dorny, with having committed, or mak- ing an attempt to commit, a most ungallant assault u...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 May 1826

. The Bank of. New South YVales, we suppose, lias by -this time obliged the government' by accepting of the' 'loan of twenty (housaud pounds sterling'. — The Pronrietors'ana'jDircctors of the -Institution are iihdera;half mandate 'to return to sterling payments asVpon.as QossibIorV They* are to' use their best en deavours to brush away, the dollars,,and to substitute the sterling coin— ajrftl;. how are they proposing to do 'this? By 'issuing one. dollar-notes ! Will rendering ilollai-Miotcs, then, more easy of diffusion prove the 5,pocttiesi method of'gctting rid of dollar-notes alto gether ? ' We6 should ' have thought ' that (increasing iho tHfiicttltypf uiHiiglhes'e notqs as a means' of trans actiirg'geticral biiVinesV, would have proved the most ?persuasive means of procuring 'their ? banishment. ~ J3ut these one dollarrnotcs are only 'intended to relieve the - public from* the total want of. a circulating me dium,' is the r.eply, we preBiinie, to the above argti nicnt. ..Have t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times - May 19. ) Most of the females per the Providence were selected   from the prisons in London. The major part are young women, of a very superior class to those who have been recently sent here. Another ship or two are on their way     out with female prisoners. In the Providence there are also between thirty and forty females, who are come out as free settlers! When we consider the great dispropor-   tion that exists between the numbers of the two sexes in this Colony, which is said to be ten to one female, perhaps not a more desirable consignment could be made to this Colony than a cargo of the fair sex. The Government nt hbme, at.lengtli, seems to be aware of this face, as' scarcely any females nre now senr to .the Penitentiary at RJilbunk. * TheSisteis whaler. Captain Duke,' which put into our port last week 10 refresh, will sail in1 a few days for the sperm fishery, on the coast...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

; GOVERNMENT ORDERS. i Colonial Secretary's 'Office,' May 29, 1826. (No. 22.) . .k lt _/F1HE, GOVERNOR DIRECTS IT TO BE ' -*- notified, that his Honor Francis Forbes, having' re-assumed Iris duty as Chief- Justice of 'the Supreme Court, the arrangements consequent, on his temporary retirement, as notified in the government notice of the 23d of February last, liave hecome void. - , , 2nd*— Mr. Justice Stephen will therefore re-assume his duty, as Commissioner of the Court of Requests. 3rd.— Henry Gniitan- Douglass, Esq., will re-assutnu his duty, as Clerk of the Legislative Council. 4th.- — The Governor has been pleased to accept the resignation of John Stephen, Esq., as' Assistant Justice;; in doing so, his Excellency heps' to express his acknowledgments, for the services rendered by Mr. Stephen, during the period he has acted in that situation; ;anu\\ for (he zeal which he has manifested, on all oc ' casions, in the performance of the important duties which have been confided toiii...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

' Commissariat Office,' Svdnxv, May 12, 182G. MAIZE.— PERSONS DESIROUS ' OF^SUP -pjying his Majesty's Magazines at SYDNEY, k - , \PARRAMATTA. . ! .k ?''' LIVERPOOL, ana ' ' W ' WINDSOR, ' ' ' with Maize, arc informed that1 Proposals,' in writing1, scaled and addressed to me at ' the respective Commis sariat Offices,; vnil -be. received sav, twelve (o'clock on Friday the' second, day of June. ? WitMAM Wemyss,' Deputy Commissary General :CoMMissAniAT Office,' Syi»nev;''Mav,: 9, 1826. . ^NONTRACTS,— PERSONS.DESIROUS OEUN ' ^y dcrtaking to**f,urnish any ofJthfjSsupplies at the .stations undermentioned, for six months, commencing' the 25th of June next, are requested'to'tran'smit'lheir propo'sals/'ih writing, 'to this* Office,' sealed -and rfd d'ressell t to imo, by twelve o'clorck 'oMFriday.tlie'2d^ day of | June., / ,,i , -*^ , ? -\ ' Si/dncu. HREAT) AND FKESH BEEF. His Majesty's Troops - ? The Gaol, ; - tJ , ?' ' Hyde Park Barracks ~~ Carters' ditto ? ' Grose Farm * - * r Longbottoin ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

?In the twenty-bixih and twenty-eighth numbers of '? The Australian' we pointed out the serious injury which the internicddlings of affected Philanthropists and false moralists, had brought upon the Colony', both in occasioning the Home Authorities to discon tinue, in n very considerable degree, the practice of forwarding female prisoners from England, and also in procuring such restraints to be imposed upon the few that did arrive, as*' to render them worse than use less. - The Wilbcrforcean opinions , prevailed for a ?tiuic, and the really pious folks were 'duped into a be. lief,, that it was better for the female prisoners to be confined in Penitentiaries in England, or if sent here to lie congregated ? together, cooped up in tlie' Fac- tory, with fewcxceptionsj^till the period of their sen tence should expire, -when ,-they, might safely be let loose upon society/ bach one having, by incessant intercourse with the rest, imbibed all the vicious habits which. disgraced the woi-st o...

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CRIMINAL COURT (Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

CRIMINAL COURT CATovday.) _ Laura Ann Short was indicted for stealing a gold ring, value ] Os , a. gold brooch, value 10s., and another brooch, value 5s.1, the goods and chattels of Daniel White head. - ' ' ' A second count laid' tlie property to be that pf Ann Whitehead. , ,; ' lC ' hiU n ' The prisoner pleaded Not Guilty ;' ^nd,, as a matter of courtesy hy tlje Court, permission was given thac.sbe might be accommodated with/a seat. - ', Ann Whimhud sworn,;— 'examined, by Dr.Wardell, onJiehalf of the prosecution. '-Knows the » prisoner,' Lr Ann Short; they were at' one time on'tei ms of intimacy together. Prisoner was in the habit of visiting at witness's house, very frequently. She has sometimes come to her house four and five times in a day. Pijsoner made a visit on the SOth of January last— it 'was f Jr the purpose ofr writing n letter foi witness, to(senH to England;* it was about 1 1 o'clock in the forenoon, when'she earned Witness piocured a sheet of paper, and pi isoner bega...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOTAMY BAY OR THE WIFE OF FOUR HUSBANDS!!!! Police Office, Chester, Sept. 24, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

BOTANY BAY, OB THE WIPE OF TOUR HUSBANDS 1] ! ! Police Office, Chester, Sept. 24, 1825. The one lie was an Irishman, Ajiotherwas a Scott, The next -Jib; was a-Dutchman, But tlie Scott was the best, I wot. The Overseer of at;;, John's Parish conducted before the Magibtititeb, aii elderly-looking woman, in order to prove her settlement, previous to lecefving parochial relief.— Town Cleik :, ' What's yom 'name?' With a very signifj rstru look the applicant said, ?« Well, my uanie, your honor's, a very ugly name — its Kitty Giavy, (dropping a curtsey) I come from the Vale of Clwyd.' Are you a rxMirfed woman? '« Married! O yes; I are be married very, often'.; -4 have had four husbands, and the last he is in Liverpool Infirmary with a broken leg, and his name's John Joachim Gra\ry ; very ugly name, is'nt it, your Wor _ 5-hip?%' Where were you married at? ' Married at? Why -i ?? — -carried at Botamy Bay,!' At Botany' Bay?. Do youjmfan ^''»~.- Ray, opposite Queen-street, adjoining the Canal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

TWO HUNDRED JDOLLAliS Kfcl WAltt). STOLEN FROM OUR STATION AT CAMP ^^ BELL'S RIVER, onJWcdncsdayniglit, the '17th orMay, twcnly-ciglrt roung Ewes in lamb, and one Ham. . 'Tlie above reuard of two Iiundrcd Spanish dollars is hereby offered to any person' cjr persons giving information, whereby the offender 'or offenders may be prosecuted to conviction. 1 (Signed) , Andrew N-asji, ' *, ? ' Thomas AukeiiL UST AH RIVED FROM CALCUTTA BY THE Prince Regent, a large Assortment of Bandiinnah's, of af superior quality, now open and foi Sale at Mrs. Reynolds's, No! 19, , Pitt-street.- Also, a quantity of ladies crape shawls, scarfs, veils, silk liandkcichicfb, muslins of every description, plain anil flgincd ; ladies black and 'and while stockings. Like wise, a quantity of ca'rncttinci : crecn baize*, bonnets: trimmed and iiTitrimmed, nankeens, Norwich crapes, bombazines, cam blcts, ladies white satin felloes, gentlemen's coloured velvet slip-* pcrs-, lace, nctt, letting-in ; -ivith an assortm...

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QUARTER SESSIONS, (Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

QUARTER 'SESSfOlVS, $Ffjday.XA . Mnry Wes Ton stood indicted for stealing, 'from the per son of James Deering, a lviirnbei .of ,l-ank' {jilis^and~6ther ' monies, his property. '. « . . ^ . * u 1 \ - The prosecutor deposed thnt 'n Wednesday s'pimreht ho J accompanied the prigonc-r to the shop of alts. Dillon, in * haberdasher iri Pitt-street; several nrticlesTof female^St'tire . ? were purchased, which he presented tothe'piisonerU 'Tlley f ? afterwards proceeded togeOier to a public-house, \vhere they remained until nea'ily daski vUpon going Mito tl\pair, 1 prosecutor found that the spiritb Jind so soporific an effect . ' .isj co compel him t to lay down in.tlie rondj and ^iejd to' . their di'owsy (influence. On recovering /rom ihis^^state of. stupor, some hoursafter, pi osecutpr deposed ,tln»t hq^found. hia pockets emptied of all tlm/npney ;ithe/y held on leaving theipiiblic'-house. ^ ' * ,,j j/(jh', - Mrs. Dillon corroborated the .foregoing testimony, with respect to purchasing art...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 May 1826

SHIP NEWS. i Arrived on Saturday the ship Doncaster, Capt. J. T. Church, prom London the 27 th'of . Dee. - arid 'Van 'Dicrnen 's Iiarid ? the 23d Sust. Lading, merchandise. Passengers, Mrs. Church, Messrs. SO. D. Brown. R. Uther, John Plaistow.i Thomas Ferris. Plinnv (terns, and Master John .Ferris, from d England. Mr. James Kubcitson, and Master NorimnM'Lood, from Jlobart Town. On Sunday, the schooner Samuel, A. Drysdale, from the Seal   ing Islands. Lading, 3400 fur seal skins, and one ton of flax. 1 The sloop Brisbane, belonging to Mr. Baxter, resumed her |-otaniral \oy age on the 2 1st. instant. ,, , ', I Sailed, on Saturday last, the cutter Governor Arthur, Captain Ilnssell, u ith .1 full cargo, for Port Dalrymplc. , ?j On Monday, for Jxjndon, direct, the ship Toward Castle, Captain Robert Jeffrey, with a full cargo of Colonial produce. — Passengers, Mrs, Jeffrey, Mrs. Frankland widow of the late   CaptianG. J. Frankland, and family ; Major Marley, 3d ...

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