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THE RACES. (FIRST DAY) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

THE RACSS, CFIIi&T DJliy) Wednesday, the long .looked for, first dhyof this year's Races, was a day of roal-sporr,'ahd-mi'rth,-Kn 1 almost general satisfaction — it mis -a tiny ,' big- with tlie fate,' and fame of horses, and jdcldes,' and 'booths:1 and above all, the fitness. and the un fitness of the pre sent race ground, ? for its purposes; for shelving1 off, to advantage, the relative as well as individual points and properties of our race horses, and the skill. or 'te- merity of . our jookies. — It ' was a day, when all classes, from the high and powerful Governor of the land, down to the veriest blaclcspiitli, had an opportunity of commingling- and enjoying tlie spontaneous plea sures wl.ich spring, from racing. Every . thing, and every body smiled'pro'pition's]y on Wednesday. The rain-collecving,, clouds, which had^hcen hovering over town . and country the previous day or two ; which shewed every symptom of threatening a deluge ami visiting race course and town alike-...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

f GOVERNMENT. '.ORDER; Colonial Skchbtauy's Office, June 16; 1826.' No. (280 - . - ? p] TOPS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. IjAi -a--'- been pleased to order that sill Contracts'nencf .forward to be entered into for ll.o Public' Service, are to 1, iiinae pnyablo in British Mom-v, or in Bills of not less than On liundrccJ 1 ounds oncli, on the Lords Commissioners of His Me josty s Treasury, deducting three percent, agreeably to the r« gulauonson that' iiend. ;;;?-.,„?'. - ? By his Excellency's Command, ? - ?Alex. M'Lf.ay;. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ; COL'INIAL .SECnETAitY's OFFI.CK, JuNE'1'6, 1 82fi. ?, TN CONSEQUENCE OF REPRESRNTATIONTS -**- by the Magistrates of the irregnlariHcs which tak| P ace on Sunday overlings, his Excellency ihe (Governor hiisbeei P'cased to order, flint the Prisoners, with the exception of thosi wli«- have permission to sleep out of Uairacks, are to return ti their Bnrrneks »jy Six o'Clock, at the latest, on that day ; and ? notice is, herehvftiveii. that such Prisoner...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Timothy Foley, a member of the Grose Farm establish- ment, shrewdly suspected of having removed from a bakers' cart, when near the toll-bar, 3 tempting loaves appeared on Tuesday. An overseer deposed to his having observed Foley following close behind a bread cart, and after approaching   it nearer and nearer, to have at length got possession of three of the loaves; but the prisoner had scarely secured his acquisition before he was himself secured by the over-     seer. In excuse for this act, the prisoner pleaded an empty stomach on the one hand, and the prepossessing appearance which the loaves exhibited on the other. An emp-   ty stomach is, in general, very instinctively and powerfully attracted towards any thing that can be found to fill it; and   what can be fitter for such a purpose than good and whole- some provision? it was this all-pervading principle of at-   traction, the pris...

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TO [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

TO ? Still proudly trills thy witching voice, . .The sweetest of the sweet ; And still the ivory notes rejoice TIiv : fairer -.hand loureet. -? jl Knew tnee when mat tongue was sweater, Or sweeter seem'd to be ; s- ' _\ 'When music to thy touch cainu fleeter, . . ~ « Or so it seem'd to me. . . ,t .^ It was ere fashion's flatlery ? . ' Had hung upon thy song, .., . : .,, *'? 'Twas wlien you wish'd for only me, . . '. ? Nor sought the applauding throng. , ( t} , , ( *Twas when those notes ,tp me had. grown. , 1 Not all indifferent ; , ..... ,-lO.j- ,,-..,. .' 4 ,i 'Twas when the magjc of thy (one *? '., ... » ? i With love alone was blent. - ,.* . i jfj ?-.'.. /w5','*! I care not that thy song sound well,, ; fl ,-,.,.* Like what' 1 once adored ; ' , , . ' If once the heart'l liad rebel — ' ' '/' I would, not be its' lord. - ? ,,'-,^S - -. -. Thy heart so clear — thy faith so fcec-^ , '' ! '', '', I 'V'O* '? 'These wove my spirit's net ; — - '. ' \' , . Thy beauty's iris fades to me, —...

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ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

ABOLITION OP SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. . Miss Wriffhr, oar accomplished countrywoman, so wpll known f i her Letters on America, returned .to rhut cuun fn*, nrcmupnnieo' hv lior ststpr, with General Lafayette.*. ? ' She tins remained tlu«re, an'- has exerJeri herself most lniid ntitv m proniotinu plans lor (?vtiruiiiing slavery, the une grand blot in si system olltetwise of matchless 'pnritv and excellerico. She has got a Joint Stock Company 'esta- blished Tor buying up tlie liberty of black children, which is already supported by n numerous list of subscribers. ? t The children »re to be reared and educated at the eNpen--e of the Society, and instructed in some species of industry, by which ihey may afterwards be able to mni'Mnin tlioni selvev. The plan meri'S the highest prnise. Slnverv cor rupts the heart and -deadens the powers of the underhand -hr. Tlie slave, w'uo is mnnu-mitted after twenty years of maltreatment and '' degradation, is almost . invarii'i'lilv i«'lc and .pro...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 June 1826

JUST LANDED FROM ON KOAK.D THE DONCASTER, PRIME WHITE CLOVER SEED, IN FINE condition', and will be Sold in quantities not. less than ^8lb. for Cash. , A few boxes of excellent yellow soap, in neat 281b. packages. -Two cases of hats, opened, of tlie' most fa&hionable London sh«i pe. ? A few casks of the best glue. Two bales of aiost superior superfine black and blue cloth. A few casks of Day and Martin's blacking and paste. ,. . ?' ' On SALE, at the- Stores of '- ' ' ','???, ' ' l-AA'ii) Mazicrc, June 5. 1826.- ., '' / ' Pitt-strcct.^ 'i^EIlWENT WHEAT, NOW LANDING^ RO M -M-^.tiie Sydney Packet, on Sale at A. 13. Spark's. N SALS BY ASPINALL, J3R-0 WNE, - A N~D e©.~- ' - ? ?? CI-IESTS— Caper Souchong ; . , . Hyson Skin HALF CHESTS— Ditto . Young Hyson ' EOXES— Dkto' Pekoe , j-f- ' . Pouchong Souchong V - CASES— Vine picked Cassis. .'White nankeens, black, blue, and crimson velvet.' Canton and Nankin crapes, grass cloths; China trunks, ladies' silk shoes and bnf.tt,, sewing silk...

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

The Race Meeting is over, and the successful can- didates are well pleased with the success they have had. The defeated are nothing daunted with their   defeat, and all are equally resolved to bring the best horses to the Post, next Races. Thus we shall see them go on improving and improving their studs, 'till the horses of New South Wales are inferior to none in fleetness, goodness, and beauty. The Races are now fully established. They have received every encouragement which the most ardent admirers of the sports of the Field, or sincere promo- ters of the best interests of the Colony, could possibly hope for, or anticipate. The feeble opposition as the last effort of an honest probably, but erroneous zeal, was certainly attempted, but even the eloquence of the Divines, who warned their hearers against the evil consequences of attending a Race Course, or partaking of the recreations which it affords, failed to influence their minds, or check a legitimate amusement. The...

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

PROCLAMATION. Bv liis Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph par] in 'Comniamlim; His Majesty's Forces, Captain General at Govcrnor-in-chief of' the'' Terr tory of New South \\£al nntl its Dependencies, .ami- Vice' Admiral of the sam &c. &c, &c. ? J.'i .«?....;.- ' J ' WHEREAS, SINCE THE.RSTABLISIIMEN of' a Colony' and Civil Government in- Ne Pnuth Wales,'1 it halli been found necessary to appoint certa places for the tccrpticin and punishment' of persons who' hai been transported from Great .13ritaii and Ireland,- and who/hai since committed ofi'cnccs against the law, onlinvc otherwise_be- guilty of disorderly 'conduct within Hip said Colony. ,Ar whereas (he Justice's assigned to keep Ihe peace.'a's well as Si perintendents or 'other, persons invested with aitflibriiyTover pi s.oners in the service of the Crown, have, 'from. lime* to time, 111 ? ricr the sanction of.Coveniment, sentenced offenders as aforcsnii to-be removed to Ilie said places, and there' kept ...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

i To' the Editor of tlie '? Australian. Silt, ' r ' From your known and avowed principles' 'as .a conductor of a Public Newspaper, I am induced to address io you a few lines, upon the authority 'given to, or assumed by constables, to stop genllemcn or respectable persons in the streets' at night — and to cieinancMiieir names, me. i. win simply narrate a tact, i^.nst nigut as T was going quietly home, between .the hours. of 0 and 10 o'clock', in one of. the principal streets of. Sydney, a parcel of fellows appearing to. ;be, or styling themselves constables, eame up to me,' and in a rude and officious manner, demanded of me, where- 1 was going, .arid what was my naine ; to which I replied, that I should most assuredly neither satisfy them on the one question nor the other; upon which, they had the impertinence to say, that unless! I complied with this request, I must go to the watch-house. Finding me determined not tb satisfy them, they rather chose to send for one of the assistant s...

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THE SYDNEY AMATEUR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

THE SYDNEY (AM S.TEUR CONCERT. ? , -***? ? 'v i The second Concert will bi* performed this evening* at the Court-House, Castl^iTag-h-strcct — this Room having been allowed for the purpose, as we mentioned last week.' The Company will no dourSt lament not being' 'able to use the Room in the Freemason's Tavern, as. every attention was paid by the Landlord to their.' comfort, and us he shewed every anxiety to render the accommodations of his House as extensive as possible. The size of the Robin,. however, was found extremely inconvenient, both because the Company had to place themselves too near the Orchestra, and because there really, was not sufficient space to 'admit with comfort; all who attended: It is very probable that the attend ance will be much more numerous this evening, on ac count of the satisfaction and amusement which were experienced on the former occasion. ' We have thought, fit to subjoin the Bill of Fare.. It appears very tempting,' and contains a tolerable, sprinkli...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

SHIP NEWSJ Arrivfd on Thursday last, 4 tlic Government brig Mary\ Elizabeth, Capt. Jainos, from Port'^tacciiiario, with prisoners. On, Sunday last, the Colonial bri^ Industry, Captain Young, for Newcastle, with a camn of. coals. Sailed, on Sunday last, forl^ort nrncquanci the brief Glory. Captain Clements, wiih stores, &c, She will biing back a cargo ofcedar. . . * ' . This morning are expected to sail for India, hound throuph Torres' Straits,' the ship Greenoek, barque Security, and the brig Vcnus'J ' - '-, ' ? ' ? ' *

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CRIMINAL COURT.—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

CRIM1 N AL COU RT.— (4/ondai/O Tho following .persons ,were' severally placed at the bar, . to receive sentence :— , - ' Oco. Page, to be transported for seven yca.rs ; Tlios. Dickins, Tlibs. Trotlier, v Wm. Walker, John Denticle and Thos. O'Meara, — judgment of death recorded against them. - , Sentence of death was then' passed in the usual form, on the following 'nine unfortunate men : John Boyd,.. Henry Druinmond', -: James Connolly, Bridget PairleyV Win. Cusack, Thos. AVatkins, Wrn. Batcrna'ii, Win. Hathaway, and John IJossle. The p'risonors were heavily ironed, in proceeding' to and from the j2°aol ; 'wh'cre-they were asrain lodsrcd in securiry. , ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

'GOVERNMENT ORDER. CoiiONTAL Sucretaiiy's Office, 'June 1.6, '1826. 'No. C2S.)' . ' - . ~ HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS been pleased .to order that all Contracts hence forward to be (intend into for the Public Service, arc to be Hindis payable in British Money, or in Bills of not less than One Hundred Founds each, on the Lords Commissioners of His Ma jesty's Treasury, deducting three per cent. agiVcably to the re gulations on tliat ?head. ' . . ; i .' l-y his Excellency's Command, * AliCX. 'M'LKAY. '' \ G OVE RN AJ ENT NOTIC ISS. - ' Colonmi/Sec'«etarV's Office, Ji'Nb 1G, 182,6. XN CONSEQUENCE OF; 'REPRESENTATIONS bytlie Magistrates of'tlic irregularities whi.h take place on Sunday evenings, his Excellency -lic Governor has been pleased to order, that thu Piisoners, ' with the exception of those who have perniission'to sleep out of 'Bat racks, are to return to their lWracks by, Sis 'p'Clock,. nt' the latest, ? on that day ; and, notice is hereby given, that such Prisoners as shall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

To AnvEmisiTnij. — To prevent our Adierluing Frjcnih j rum being mhled with re&pecl to t-ur rate of charges, vc beg to info) in them, that an Advertisement eight. Una (or under) in length, ,7s in setted, nvi: times, for Ten Shillings and shpence, being only tuo thillings and. not quite tliree-htilf-pence.each time. All aitvarlisi'inenlst abovk eight lines long', also aj.p'car rivu times, J'or the pt ice tij'lhiec insertions; ? -? THE AUSTRALIAN , , ? S YDNEY, J UN E~~2l7 1 826. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

TO LANDED PROPRIETORS. ' A i€/|R. WlLJAAAl SMITH HAVlNfirflSj;, TERMS -*-*r-™- of his ag'reenipnt/reccntlj' left the omplpymcnt of Messrs. Berry nnd Wollstonecrnftr«t 'Sliohl Haven i *\vttli.'a view to cnminencc operations on his own land, but find ing an' linexpectcd obstacle to the accoruplisliment of his wislii's.-.is wil ling again to engage liimself, for any space of time nofexceedinji three j'pai's, as an Overseer of a fanning or stock establishment of auy extent. Preference would be given to a enncern where stock, 'particularly sheep, is tlie object, and a proportion of the increase would be accepted, in. lieu of a salary, if required. . , /' Reference as to character nnd ability ' miry be' made of Messrs. Berry and Wollstonceraft ; or,' Mr. A. B. Spark. f . i GEORGE STREET, NEWCASTLE. „ -..' , J SMITH 'BEOS LRAVR TO ACQUAINT __? liis Friends, and the Public, that he lias l-preiiMy hnrl'nt a -great expense, completed a very extensive brick-lmilt Ftorr, on hib Premises, where ...

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LORD BYRON AND GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

LOltD. BYRON' AND GREECE. ' ''The-C!\use; of Greecf^-siiitl, L'ord Byron,' naturally exciteshour syinpathy. -The !yery-nnme of thexountry j's[ ns'sociate.d in, our minds with* alluhrtt is exalted. iii'virtue,'- v or deHghr/ul; in arr. ? Frorhit- we. have derived our .'know-'. 'syi^jjV'11* u.uuer me guiuinj; ir.uiu 01 its wisapm, aia inoaern Europe _,mriker its first 'tottering;, and. feeble steps, towards, civilization. In every. mind at-all times embued with know ledge, she is regarded with the affection of a parent. Her people are christjiins contending against Turks, and slaves ?struggling to be free. .Thf-re never \vi\s a cause which, in this outline view, of the matter, had '.such strong and com manding claims on the sympathy of., the people of all Furope, and. particularly 'of the 'people of hII lingfahrt.. But we must not at the same time forget what is the present state of the Greek population.' \ - ' We must, not, forget, though we speak of Greece and the Greeks, that there...

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MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

MATCH. ,A respectable concourse of persons was attracted to the Race-course, on Monday, to* ivitness an interesting Match, between - M onus and Currency LSss.— People will entertain their own., opinions- in . every' thin.'*, and not less in Racing1 than in Politics, orj'oiiti cal economy- ' Some tlionght Modus tKe best iCunneri others pinned tlieir faith to Currency Lnssj and out of this arose the match. - Currency Lass is a bolter, and in running- a Race on Wednesday, after being- beat in one heat, she bolted. This left, as may be conceived, the 'question of speed undecided/' Had she hot bolted she would have won — that's certairii'* ?exclaimefl the backers of Currency.' ' Did you see how beautifully she galloped,' ' the other,' Modus', could not-gallop at jall, slie^ knocks herself up,' 'said' they; aiid'.W they contrived to knock up this match. \ The owner of .Modus .being of another way of-:, thinking, and; deeming*:it prudent, i always to back a winning horse or a winning*- fil...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.   Sir John Jamison attended the office on Saturday last, on a     summons granted at the instance of Mrs. Jenkins, for a breach of the peace, occasioned by the jostling of defendant's carriage against complainant's. The latter deposed that upon returning in her carriage towards town from the races or Wednesday last, accompanied by Miss Wilshire and Mr. Wilshire, jun., the vehi- cle which contained all three, just about the moment that Mrs. J. had given directions to her coachman to set down at a house occupied by Mr. Wilshire, sen. on the Brickfields, received a sudden and a violent shock, occasioned by the carriage containing defendant coming in contact with that of the complaimant. The latter had reason to believe the circumstance occurred from a wilful design on the part of Sir John.       Miss A. Wilshire corroborated this lady's testimony. The defendant admitted this conflict between...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 June 1826

The complaint of "Scotus'' is' just, the conduct he complains of highly reprehensible. Taking for granted that his representations are correct, we know of- no defence that can be set un.in exensof for the rudeness with which he was accosted on the occasion in ques-tion. It is idle to attempt to justify it on tho sj:orc ..of necessity r- the most undefinable— ^tht* most | nsual — the readiest and yet the worst plea'on which j to support an}' orrogation of authority, any abuse of office, any infraction of right, or any departure from the law of the land. ,.. ' / % s ? The constabulary are a body of ?« oflicial gentle men,'i who are commonly found in all societies to be extremely useful, and for. this 'reason they ought to be supporreiwas much as posbible, 'by the peaceablp and- respectable portion of inhabitants for their -own salces, and for 'tho better protection jof themselves, their families, and 'their' properties. ''?The inhabitants of Sydney are so well aware of the utility of ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (JUNE 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 June 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (Ju.ve 22.) The supply of wheat at the Market( this morning wns exceed-' ingly abundant, and beyond the demand of 'purchasers. Spe culators in, the trade eventually boughtup a' greater pa'rt,' holders. siiliniitlinK- to a still fnrtlior rodiiction in nrices. A lari/c surnhis remained over. . On-' the- whole tins .article is about 6d. ]-er bushel cheaper this week.' Maize, . it.is the opinion of tlie trade* - - is at its lowest ebb in price this year. Barley sold freely, and obtained- good terms. _ , 'if^'- * -, . Aro. of (jushclssold * . £ s. , , d. 10* -? - sold at per Bush. O- 9 0r 50 ? - .-'..''. i .?: . - O . 8 6 '30 - - - - . O ' 8 3 175 ' - - - ? - 9 '8 O ' G5 '.'.,- - - O \7 G 32.- . - ' - - ' - O ? TSfO 8/5 - - ' - - ' - Q 6 G ' . -21 V - - ' '- ' '- 0' vfi'-9 -? 30 - - - - ' 0- S 0 I . Average-Price of Wheat - 0 7 \3| - ,J)illo'of mnizc - ? ? ?- .0- 3 -? O , » i Ditto of Bai ley ' ? '- 0-40 l ? , _ Imiiu Flour.27.-i. Cd. pnr cw*t. ^, .., ,. -' ? s - Si'condb...

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