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

?iTiA'PT'AlN JOHN LEITCH, OF TjE-JE BRiaAT-^ ?S^'A-LAMTAJiei-ehy cautions the I nliahkants affainsf eiving credit to. the crew of the said vessel, as he will not be res ponsiijlefor any debts tltey may contract. ' ' ? ;? j'^*7~X? - FOR SALE, ?'';.,? -?,',; VT THE -STORES OP llA IIROZA, BURKE, AND -. ', ? . CO. .PITT-STREET, , , rifpilE CAUOO OF TiiE .'UH-itV ATALANTA, :-JEbi ' - '.--iVoin Rio de Janeiro, consisting1 of CATALONIAN WINE in pipis and liogsltcads ' ' -CAPE ditto ditto BRAZIL TOBACCO COFFEE . ~ . .-;.. ?' SUGAR . ' ' ' . . ? ' CANVAS from No. 2 to 9 - ? -~-]'ATENT ENGLISH HOPE -.-'-. F1L0UII. . ' - .- 'VINEGATI , - ?* ' -- . . KALS1NS , , -;? « . . ,-.-? - BOTTLt-.D POUTER - v C'.LAEET in eases 'f one dozen bottles ? ? ' .PAINT OIL in jars - , .. ' .' DERWENITOTATJOES. - ....-.- .-, ON -SALE BY' G. 1-. BKHWIVE, »9, GEOJiGK ' ? .: :? -STIIEE'J1, EX nUXL'-ASTER EiNE-VAiSrArCARUlM. '/Best Fvcnch iiramly. ?? Assorted bar iron. - , - ' .--Iiarnidsiilf'b l-ondon made hats. ' ?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

.TliE .CONCERT*. -The Amateur Concert, to the getting np of which, we. alluded in a previous Nnmber,*made its debut, if it wiay b« so termed, on Wednesday evening ; and ap Dcated. indeed, to -r\vn more siirin/nnfinn tn its niiitiHr qua and respectable auditars than we could, have anti cipated, considering the limited means of the Colony, and, indeed, thc/ fc»r weeks which have intervened »inc'e its first starting into' existence. . At about half past, six, the doors ef lhe.concert-room were thrown open ; and, lor about an hour after, numerolis visitors, of botk sexes, continued to pour in. There was a dressing-room very, properly set apart for the ladies, which communicated with another, 'containing refresh ments; and,' from this latter room,' a door led into. the music room:, which!' as it everr .now and then ooened. showed ow to advantage, the gracefuland interesting form of .some youthful female^'or matnrer mother;1 at tired in a style _of taste, and;fashion, and neatness not oft...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW ABUSES EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

LAWAIJUSES EXPOSED. . Th'b delay, vexation,' and expense, of English judicature, forjn ohe,.of;the tiiost common subjects of vaguu and. general com-, plaints : : but' ^Tew ure «v»aie how rery fcinnil a .proportion of these evils is ncceaaaiilv i?n urred. S-i sucr.c«-;fnll linvo hm-n t\\n artiiices or lawyers, luat Ji-ngiisnmen, linve hitherto almost nni vev»!\l!;y believed, without inquiring, the assertion of Sir William .Blackstone, that these inconveniencics are the price' «e neces sarily pay for; the benefits of legal protection j that is, that they are. inseparable from such protection. *' ' We shall consider ourselves to, have render»d no confc.nptible service to our countrymen, if we shall slicceeJ in dispcllin^'this mist, !.aiif| giving them 'some idea of the vast quantity 'of un uecessai-y expense, and nnschief/in idmost ever^* other conceiv able shhpc'produeed ' by tho present s^ stem of pleading ; for that branch' of 'linglisU procedure furnishes the prcte\ls for a very la...

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SIR T. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

S5R T. BKISUAiN'R. The follov^ing is an extract from -'a letter.' written at'Riu Janfiro, .by aGentlifnian of 3ir T. Hrishiine's auite,' and achlreused to his 'tV'iend iu ? ' N»w . South ' '^Rio Janeiro, lBlhFffb. 18«6. ' A'» there is a small rewel sailing for the Colony, f cannot resist the pkusu.rc o/ thanking you fur your-»er,y kind letter that 'was forwurdl-d to me just before we left Port Jackson. Wu nrrivcrl here on thr 12th .ins'ta»t,- after a p«ss«s,'e of 72 day's; 40 dny» sa\r im *t C»pe Horn,' amt'vfe exjjcctefl lo hi\r reached. -Miis sooner, fro«n tlie celerilT we 'dispatched the, first p»rt of the rorage, buthaffling wind* Mid calms succeeded, for .nvflrly .n'luoiith, a ml vc only readied this on Sut«d»y., last,1 aij suftf and ?o'tir»d1 and I may add, hfartily tired of-otir lung, duranct vilt. On our arrival wj found t\\\ Diamond, 50 guns, commanded by Licutennnt Na|)ier, lyiMg here, nothing could' exceed' his kindnes* (until, he sailed 'on V/eilneidny last,) to every'oh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

?' - PROCLAMATION. ' By hi* Excellency I/miilennnt Genornl H;il|-li Darling, Commanding His Majesty's T.irces, Captain Gcncml^ancl 1 ' Governor-in-ehiof of the Territory of New Smith Wales1 anil - its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. * s ? - WHEtlEASiSINCETHEESTABLISHMRNT . of a Colony anil Civil Government1 in New anutli Wales, it lint!) been found necessary to appoint certain places for the reception nnd punishment of. persons who Iinvo ? been transported from Great Britain and Ireland, and who have mice commuted nfTenccs against the Iawi or have otherwise been Rul'ly of ' disorderly conduct within the s said Colony. lAricl - , whereas the Justices. assigned to keep the peacSj as well as Su , pRnnt'ejidents or other persons invested withrauthorily over pri soncrs in the service of tlie Crown, have, from* time to time, un s nor, the sanction of Govern iucnt, sentenced offenders as aforesaid, v to be removed to the said places, and ther...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. Coj.oNi.Mi SucRCT.VRY'i-OFFic'i:, June fi, I82G. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE, obtained Certificates, or Tickets of Leave, during the last week;, viz. - . CERTIFICATES. ' Asia (1)— Jones Jones Atlas (4)— Isaac Cribb . .. . * . ? Canada (5)— John Salmon ... , ,. . . Earl Spencer— Job^Jones ' s Ditto — Samuel Hickuian a-.. ', ;-? ? ?? - . Earl St. Vinci-nt (2)-— THomas Cooper . ( Eliza.(l)— Patrick Neil Ditto— George Slater ' .. ..'«-'* . ' F°rtune'(2)— Tliomas Hnit . - 'Vj ' 1 Ditto— -James Cros^land. , - 'tr , ' Neptune (3)— Charles FInwerdale ? ''; ^ . ?'' Keco\ery(l) — James Smidi 'Ditto — Jnlm Brookes ' ! Shipley (S)— Matthew Iloarc TICKETS Or LEAVE— SPECIAL. ' Spoke (2) — Alexander Hart. Parramatta. ,* TICKETS Or ICAVt CANCELLKD. ? Dick— Edward Lewellyn Holl alias Davies, for dninkeiines.s and gambling ' * . . .? .General llcw*.tt— Jolm Sydney, Bates, fqr keeping a disorderly '°Lord Si'd mouth (2)— John Doyle., for various misdemeanors ' Ocean (I)— Joseph Dicke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND' COLONIST. (From the Bengal HurUaru—Dec. 29, 1825. J -Ve liiive inserted to-'h\y, from the Australian, mi extract of 'a letter, sijined A Colonist, .which' appeared in the Ho bart Town Gazette, addressed to the Lienteimnt Governor, on'the subject of the expenditure of the-revenue. ' We refer our- readers' to it. as an illustration of the value, of a Free Press -.in 'a remote colony. T he evils, of the system, the abuses of patromige, are pointed out to the Ir^hest local authority; not in the timid laii-in'ige of dark and distant in-, sinuntion, but in the open, manly *«nd iirm, yet temperate' tone at once. berorh'ih'g' the subject of a free and eiili-luened nation, and the clmrncterof, an .English'- gentleman ; iliere is no vulwai' flijjpnncy, rso coarse raillery,- but.a, plain state ment of what may be pre5-u:»ied to b« facts fr- mi. ho detailed manner in which they are laid befoiethe public, il'tisn-keri, in reference to a reported incre»se in the scale o/,ti...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

The Address of Mr. J.ttdge- 1'edder, pri passing jtulg-mcnt , iipon ]Mr. .Bent, :md tlie extract from the ''J^engai Htirlcaru,' meet well together hi the same PaDsr. Both thc'Atltlress and ''the extract relate to the fiiiiine subject — '.the Colonial Times' CtoniHrly the Hohart Toivn Gazette.) The one designates the Editor'the c*Tool of.a* Faction ;' the'othn'rconsiili'.''- hiin instrumeatal' ' in chockiu^ evils of uo common niag-nituJe;'— this etilo'gisps il,o ?« Colonial' TfojJ .Vs the.niediunf-of a ? correspondence, ? in which til writer conveys his sentiments ' not in the timid] 'gnago .of (lark and distant insinuation, but in \\. open, rpanly, and firm yet temperate tone at once!^ corning-' the subject of a freer anil enlightened natioi and the character of an English 'gentleman ;'L-ti intimates to the editor that he has' accused thefi vernment of tyranny,' and t.hatliis «? conduct is a to be endured ;'— ^the Judge. consigns -Mr. ttenr ♦ prison j-7-the man of the world — the en...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 June 1826

'-SHIP NEWS. Tim ship Woodman left London (lie Gth Vcc.\ fie Cape 12th March, and theDerwent tlie 'ST.th tilt. ShivarHved here, as was bef--ie staled, on .Tuesday last. The guard consisted of Capt. Wakcfield, S9th HeKimunt, Ensisjnalnnes, and 40 men of the 39th and 57th tvegimenls. ' Surgeon siipt. X)r. ?lvcllvrit. JN. ? Arrived on VVodnesflay, the ship Albion, .JVI. Pr.octor.-: From London 33ili Nov.,. from the Cnpe 8th March, and Derwcnt27th iilf. Tacling, 35.0 Derwent shei.'p..' Passengers, fron^Europe, B.B.-Thouius. Ksq'; frorii the Cape, Lieut- Lloyd, -fit Mrs. ,Lloyd, of the Company's service; from' Hobart Town, Mrs. Robertson and 4 children'; ;ltf r. A.-Mncluud and a children , Mr. J. Pctchey, Mr.'jT. H. Bwrgh. , '.. \. ... .,.,.'.'';.... 'Oii Wcdni'S'J.'iy evening last.,-Uhe brig Atalnnta, ..Tohii Leitch. From Rio tht- 2-j'th Feb., iVoni the Derwent 20th May. Lading; sun dries i* Pa-isi-riger, J. A. Barboza, ICsq., of ttic'iirni of'Bar-; bo/taand f'o. of Sydney. ?''?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY7'jUJ\tE'T4ri82C.

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SYDNEY MARKETS, (JUNE 8.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

SYDNEY .?MARKETS*, CJvx.e 8.) ' ATo. of bushels ? Did - ' ' '?'' . ^ ». ,£ - -- , '- ?? - :solJ at per Bi^sh. 0 10 0 84 ... - - - - - O , ]O O 30 4 ,?--.-? -. - O 9o iOb , . ; - ?.'?? -??:' .? ? .. o . 8v 6- 5y - - - o 8 3 ? Irt8 -.-/. - O 8 o ,- 7 : :. - . .-' - , ;- 7- 9 o 12j . - - -v . .- 7, 6 0 ? 18^:- -'? ? ?- ??.:'- ' -:?-*.; ~7 S Q '. 95 ^ . . . - , . - - * - ' ? 7. 0 O '? ' Average. Price of Wheat - . O 8 -1^ Ditto of maize ? -'. v..- 'o 5' -i~ Ditto of Barley . . '-0 4' 0-^ ? '. v J'ine Flour 27s.- Cd. per r.rvt. ' , Seconds' do. 25s. perdu. , ' . ' ' Potatoes, Gs. 6d. per cwt. ; fowls, Ss. 3cl.per cicple. Uutter, 2s. Sd.'per'lb. — Eggs, Is. 9d.'per;do«en * '' Cheese, 0s. lOd. pe.r Ib.^ , ' -s ? ' -. A^ize price of bread six-ponce per loaf. ?„' . ;?*?'. Selling price fivepenue halfpenny to sixpence halfpenny ' Pollnrd, 2s. Gd. pcrb'ushel. ? jj,, ' ' Bran. 23. Od. ditto. ' . ' IMl.ICS OP HAY AND,STnAV. . Hay, clover, per ton .-? - J,7 10 O -Q Stiaw, ditto - -? -? --35(J- Pi...

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE RACES. THIS DAY.—BRISBANE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

NOMINATIONS FOR THE RACE*. THIS D'AY.— euisuanb cup.' ' Mr. Lnwson's Higfiflvcr Colonel ?Duhiaresq's Alr.ischid . Mr. William lloberts's Ciptnin Mr. James White's Irish Kitty JMr. Wnslia Jumus ?? . . ' . . -? , Mr. John Piper's - Grimbeltnninn.' ? . ? ? - . '.-«;. ?)' -,cl * ' Mr. Wcntivortli's Currcncj'-Lad. . \ ? \ '-?£.? -. _ Mr. Bav ley's Vesta' ? ' - - .'SECOND RACE.;--s'.veepstakes.» *; VC Colonel ,JDti inaresq's. AlHnl Inh c. v ' ' -''--' ?' *v~( Mr. Wenlworili's Don Giovanni ' .' Mr. Robert Johnson's ? ? - ' ' - . f * ? The match has been qonvcrtcd into n. s\ycepstnkes. TJEJ1RD KACIT. : '?'? ? . Sweepstake of 25 dollars — only one entrance.— Mi'. Brufgery'* Prudence — no race. ' ' - '' .??''??? 4. - ? FOURTH RACE. — TURF CliUBSUUSCRIPTIOXPURSPi ? Mr. .Rhy_ ley's Traveller' ? - ..??' ' ? ?'i~* '. Colonel piiniaresq's, Modus * ? * - ' -? ' Mr. Lawson's Orcailnougfit . . ;' ? ' Captain Piper's Grasbhopper ' , ' ? Captain Pjpcr's Currency Lass . _ . t '- -, . Sir. Mncknhcss's Wc...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

SHIP NEWS. ? ...FT ? Sailed, on Saturday last, thu ship Cape Packet, Captain''' Lnu'gliton, for thu Dlm went. P-iiscpgors — Mrs. Lau«hton, and, Mr. anil RIis. Thomas Atkin'son. ' '-.,''* Sailed vustcidny tlic bug Brutus, for England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

I ' - . - . -. * .'..'. GOVERNMENT NQTfrCES. . 'CoriONiAi. ^ecretahy's'Offi'ci:, .Tuxn \2, 1 S2G. . ' SYDNEY MARKET DOES.- ' T'HE DUES OF THE MARKET IN SYDNEY, „ ,fdu OnesYear, commencing; the 1st day of. July next, will be LET BY PUULTC AUCTION in tlic Market place, on Thursday the 22nd of this Alnihli, at lS5,*o'clock. The .Lessee must give satisfactory security for the regular ' , payment of llie'Jtent in cqnnl Quarterly Instalments. - ~ By his Excellency's Command, .. ,. ??/. „ . . ' ? Alex. .M'Leay-.'' „ v*:€!16ii'oNiiL Se'cubtauy's Office, June : 9, 182 C. - ; FlRErWOOD. ' PERSONS WILLING TO CONTRACT FOR. supplying Fire-wood, for Twelve 'Months',, from the 1st day of July next, for the use of the following pubjic esta blishments, viz. — .'*''? '??'_? ,? ? In Sydney — The Lumber-yard, » , ? ' , ; The Gaol, .. . . , „ The several Watch-houses,. ;'.... . . .. . ' The Military Barracks. ... '? - '* ? In Parrrfmatla, } ' ... ?' ? Irr Liverpool, - The several publidydeparlmcnts ,* I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

PROCLAMATION.. Bv his Excellency Lieutenant.' General., -Ralph Darling, ;' ''Commanding His Majesty's Forces, Captain. General and Goycnior-iiV-chief of the Territory of ;N«w Smith Wales V ., s^d its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the 'same, ? , '? &c.'&e. &c. .' , ??'; ??? ?' _ '; . ?'.. .- . -^tutt li E.It EA'S, ST NGE T B E ESTA BEI S H MENT . Y$v., of a Colony and Civil Government iu Naic, South' Wales, it halli been fouiid necessary 'to appoint certain ' places for the Reception .and punishmihit of- persons who have ' been transported froiii Great Britain. and Ireland, and who have . since commit tiid ottences against.t he law; or have otherwise been guilty of disorderly conduct ? within the said Colony. -Ami whereas the Justice's 'assigned -to keep the peace, as well as Su perintendents or otlier persons invested with authority over- pjri ?t sonars in the service of, the Crown, have, from time to tiqne, 'liii- .,'. der the sanction* ofGbveriinreiit, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

SAL.ES. HV AUU'i'lUH.: - by mr. 'no it kit t coopeii. .-?'*??? At his residence, George-street,, to-morrow, at eleven'- o'clock c ' ijtinUhc forenoon (to close a concern), if not previously disposed * *'? bf-b3' private contract, ? - * -' ? - - ' 1 rihHE WELL KNOWN ARABIAN HORSE, , -B- MODEL. Payment Sterling- Money, or Spanish dollars at 4s. 4d. each.. - , -j ; ; : ., ' .To a person having a stock of breeding marcs, Model would be au invaluable acquisition, being a pure Arabian. ' , , : . Model will he at Nash's stables, Parramatta, en the 12th; and' t ..rat R# Cooper's, Sydney, on the 18th or 14ih instant. - . 1 /l V '- , BY Mil. JOHN P. LLOYD, j On Tuesday the 20th instant, and every following Tuesday, at t ? - his rooms, Macqnarie-streely Liverpool; - .- t TT^NGLISII PRINTS, CALICOES, SHIRTING, r L Hi slops, tea, sugar, coffee, tobacco, soap, candles, . liquors, books, &c. &c. '_, ' '. ' '' ? ' | TERMS — prompt payment in Spanish dollars, at 5s. each: — or- good ...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.' Another meeting; has been held stnrc our 1ast,£ofrhftn excellent Institution, at which the rules/and regulati? ona to be adopted were read, and approved of, previous to beinir liiinted. ' i he Committee has hcon cnlar-red to L5, -consisting-, .as' we hear, of the following*. Gentlemen.: -'?. ' ' v E. Woolstonecrafr, Esq. Chairman ;' \V: J. Crowi.o, Esq. deputy Chairman ; Honorable Robert Ciiipphpll'; Richard Jones,1 Esq. ; Ila'nibal MJAnbur, Esq. (~Qco.. Biinn, Esq. Thomas Iccly, ? Esq. ; Alexander Berry, Eiq. ; T. Horton James, Esq, ; Gregory Iila\:Tund, Esq. ; Thomas Raine, E^q ,? ,Ellis M. Scott, Esq. ; A. ii. Spark, 'Esq. arid Treasurer. Thp first -matters which are to be looked into, as'tfe understand, are tlie present rates of Wharfage, a,nd* Postage, and whether any improvements can be' sng-, ' ^-hsted in these departments — the ?present duties on ' Home Distillation, and Foreign ' Tobacco*,! Port C.har g-es on Colonial craft, for His Excellency's inform...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.       The Bench, on Monday, was, as usual, chiefly busied in dis- posing of drunken cases and runaway prisoners, with now and then a charge of some petty theft.       Daniel Bayle, and Thomas Quin, two absentees from         Emu Plains establishment, but who pleaded their having reported themselves immediately upon arriving in town, to the Principal Superintendant of convicts, and that the ill- treatment they received from their overseers was the pri- mary cause of their absconding, were, notwithstanding condemned to a seven day's labor on the tread-mill.       William Robinson, free, was committed for trial yesterday,   on a charge of stealing a quantity of shingles, the property of   a Mr. Hayes, which the prosecutor identified. William Chapman (holder of a ticket of leav...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 June 1826

The cntiro population of 'thia Golpriy is too much interested increry regulation relative to that class of people who are immediately and particularly -under tlie control and surveillance of the Authorities.. .for us to feel justified in passing orer altogether without notice, any act of Government affecting them and through them, the inhabitants at largs. It has IN-ccn the obv jeet of every administration in the Colony, as. far as regarded t?ie ma-n.^gement of prisoners, so to ming-Je rewards with punishments, * that the well inclined might look' forward with hope, to some remission of his penalties; .while the' inveterate offender conkl have no expectation but to live on, through the period of his sentence, under unmitigated severities. Various modes of treatment have been resorted to by families, ' who, by the number of grisnncrs.in their 'employment, . have had' opportunities of trying the effect equally, of humane and harsh measures.; and it is generally ob servublc, that those...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, (JUNE 15.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. ^June Ij.') ?. In nd lition' 'to what grain remained . over from lust' week's market, thf re wns another good, supply this. morning.' ^ Wheat and mnivio con's liMifcit the chief part. ^ Tlie former ,was offered by tlie settlers at a still lower fisrure than* that of the previous day. 1 he disposition, howcvcr%oi speculators' seemed to be disposed to wail a week or two, when the average 'price of this article will he about t-d. (id.' Maize of a 'good 'quality /sold freely'; [hut^the in ferior sorts could bo bought extremely chehp.s' Flour remains in price Ihc same. . ' I - ? - ' ? ? ' ' ' No. of.bu&hcJbsold' ?? ? - ' ? £ $.''? d. 55 , - w '? sold at. per. Bush. 0 '9^0 80 -..',.'.. - ? % - - ( .- ,i .?'« ? ??? ? 0 ' 8'- t- .30 ' ' ; 'I''.. -.; . j- .,«;(-, QtiS J:IS ' ' ' -. , n , -'t. .. ', i- r ,0j I8:.-,O 270 ?' J- ' -' , . .. 'i','.-# \0, ..(r,.t«- ? 1U3 ♦??''- ''_-'.'. _ ,,q 7.,0 '?«-?' - - -' . ' .-' . '. ' r,-!-',,0'; . ?--? ° , Average -Price of Wheat '...

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