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

SHIP NEWS. On Thursday arrived the ship Providence from Hobart Town, via England.                   - On Wednesday last sailed the Australian Company's ship firppnnck. Cantai'n Miller, for Bfitnviaiind Sineariore. . ; . .-? x. ,_Snmeday the barque Security, Captain Ross, for the same poits. , ? t # ' * Maine day the brig Venus, C.iptnin Kilgour, 'for Singapore and the Isle of France. Passengers, Mr. Thomas VViHs,^andv Air. ^nclgrove. ? ? ? . As the ship Providence was coming out of the Der went river, a brig', supposed to be the Governor Phijips, ' .froiri Calcutta and tlie Isle of .FranceV or the' Faith'., from England, with merchandize, was, observed ' en tering. ? ' 'o ',.**, The passage of the brig Cyprus from the Isle of... France' to the Dtirvyent, was more than usually pro^ longed. Her crow suffered much from the want of pro visions. ' , - -'''-..-,, The schoon...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 June 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial S ?oretak.v's Office, ,]unu 23, 1 820. npilE GOVERNOJt HAS JiEEN PJ.EASii:!) TO , . -*- approve of the' following1 alterations in the Po lice :— ?' ' At Liverpool — William Thomas, free, tobe constable, vice Ml-rcdith, resigned.' Appointment.tu bear date, on the 12th in stniit. WilHanf.FJower, I'rince.of . Orange, to be constable, vice Attwood, dismissed for repeated misconduct. Appointment to bear date f-pn the 10th instnnt. .-' Newcastle^-Johii Kelly, ship Three Bees, to be constable anjl pound-keeper, vice Bell, resigned.' . . _ By his Excellency's Command,1 -?.'?' '[?.'' ? , ?' A^EX. M'Le,W;\ Col'onial SecreVaiiy's Office, June 23, 182G. CEDAR. . l&J&TH ERE'A S, THE - IRIIEGULAIUTIES V.V committed by Cedar-cutting parties, in dif ferent plnces in' this Colony, have, rendered it necessar}' to recall all permissions granted to individuals to cut cedar on nn/ocated ground, — Notice is hereby given, that his Excellency the Go vernor has b...

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

,. ' 'PROCLAMATION. ~ By his Excellchcy Lieutenant General. Ralph Darling, Commanding His Majesty-'s Forces, Captain General and Govcrrior-in-cbief of the Territory of New Soutli Wales ?'?''' arid its Dependencies, ? and Vice Admiral of the same, 1 ? &c. &c. &c. '. ? ; ? ' ^^TliEREAS, BY AN ACT OP PARLIAMENT, W' passed in the Fourth' Year of the Reign of IIJs Majesty, commonly called ''the New South Wales Act'' Courts of General, or Quarter Sessiorisj-Jire directed to be holder) in the said C6lonyt'at such times and 'places as the Governor shall.'by His Proclamation: appoint :— and that the said .Courts shall, liave power to 'take cognizance 'of all ^iiattcrs. cognizable in' Courts of Geneyul and .Quarter'JSessio'ns in England,' so far as l)ie circumstances and condition of the said. Colony shall rcquiie, ami admit. '.' .-?-.',,. . A Now.; therefore', by Virtue of the Authority by the said Act of Parliament in nie vested;!, the; Governor, do appoint, by this ...

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

To ADVEiiTisEns.T-T« prevent our Advertising Friauh Jrn/n being misled with respect to our rate of' charges, we beg to inform them, that an ?Advertisement eight lines (or under) in length, is in serteil five tunas, for'Ten. Shillings and sixpence, l-cing only tico shillings and not quite three-lialf-pence each time. All advertisement* above eight lines long, also appear viv.e times, for the price of three insertions. ? ? . -THE; AUSTRAL.I AN S YDNEYTTuNE 2-i ,'' 1 826. '

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

ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD... WHEREAS RECENTLY A NUMBER OF HORNED CATTLE have been slaugh tered on, and the carcasses feloniously carried away .frqui, my estate, in the district of Cook, adjoining the estates of Mr. Dixon and Me. Hook — I do hweby offer a reward of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to any person or persons who will give such information as mny lead to the conviction of the perpetrator or perpetrators of the above offences.- - D'AncY Wentwouth. Home Bush, June 20; 1S2IL . ~~2' TEN DOLLARS REWARD. . .,' ' . -W OST, ON SUNDAY EVENING, BETWEEN -S-^ Liverpool and' Sydney, TWO ORDERS, 'drawn by J- Gacs'oix, on Mr. Deputy Commissary. General Wcinyss, No. C, dated 24th May, I8i!6, in favor of John Lucas, for ,£26 2s. payable in dollars, at 4s. 4d. each ; No. 4, dated 24th May, 1S-2G, in favor of ? Burke, for ^2.1 2s. lid. .payable in dol lars, at 5s; each. — The above reward will.be paid to any person bringing the above-mentioned Orders to the Gazette office ;' pay- ment has been stopped...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOVE OF GAMING. GAMES OF CHANCE—WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 June 1826

LOYE OF GAMING. CAM US OF- CHANCE ? AVOXBEKFfL DISCOVERY. , The love of Gaining is one or the most violent j and the low of Games of- Chance is calculated to disturb the bap-. pine!-s of fain Jies, and give birth to -an infinity of misfor tunes. It has been remarked that, in every place where it reigns, suicides increase, bankruptcies appear, ann-tnere 'rubbery, idleness, bloih, ami iimiinrality dwell. — We also .sue in the intercourse of life, that commercial men give but little co»l:*!ence to individuals who have the misfortune to ? -yfeld to this faturself-abandoniiieiU.- But if it commits such ravages when fi-rtuue alone decides the fate of persons * who submit themselvs to her jiuidance, how much mcje ' dreadful ought we to consider the misfortunes1 wbi-h urc . connected wFjh'uamii'^-bi.'iises, when under the direction ol artfulinen, wiioV.ilcurate befurduind with pel feel security. -'. -ihe-spe.ils »f tluit vLctims I - . The present age in which we lice, with regard to gaming,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMATEUR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 June 1826

AMATEIM CONCERT. 1 Tlie Concert on U^cdimsday evening was as warmly supported, and afforded that share of gratification which we anticipated —which/the rational mind— a mind not biassed bv inconsistent and mistaken' no- tions of religion naturally experiences, in point oi size and accommodation, and those are two material requisites, -the room in which this second concert was got up, is nearly unexceptionable, and if its height but harmonised with its length and breadth, would bo entirely so. .The lofty concave ceiling,' -and. sounding; board, and the other 'arcana ..-which are found to con-' tribute so essentially towards collecting and reflecting vocal or instrumental* sounds, and' conveying fliem in a full and improved strain of harmony, to eyeiy ear, the present room, it is to be regretted, is not possessed of. 'These- deficiencies, however, .may be considered nearly counterbalanced by its capacities in other res pects its 'extreme', length is- about sixty feet by forty. The ben...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 June 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Thomas Welsh, a ci-devant holder of a ticket of leave, was   complained of by Dr. Douglass, for causing his master's dog to   fight with that of the complainant, and thereby collecting toge-   ther a "quantity of barren spectators," in his master's yard, where the animals were fighting. Ordered to have his ticket of leave cancelled.       Ann Wilkins was charged with abuse, such abuse as evidently; tended to provoke a breach of the peace and its consequent ills. The complainant was a Mr. Wood, of Phillip-street, who, as he inferred, had been condemned to hear Mistress W. "wag" her   tongue in strife against his spouse, and moreover threaten fearful things. Mrs. W. was ordered to find sureties to keep the peace. Edward Macarthy, whom a constable had apprehended in   Market-street on Tuesday night last, and who turned out to have belonged to a road gang in the dist...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 June 1826

' VAN DI EAIEN'S' LAND NEWS. rFiiuii the Cottiitial Times, June 2,) A rumour Ims been jienerully circulate*! tlurinp the.Iast vefk, 'tl7«t letters have beeir received fruMn EngltuKf, stutiiij! 1?mt the Gov'fi-nuieut of ihislshind has been offeied to Sir r.-.lin' I nmbwrr K. C. ' R.. hits coiniiifliidip'; the Cork Dis nit t. 'Imiiii whiclihe wi\s rHiuoved by promotion lotne ran k .or-Liruteiiiiitt General. It this is true, of ' course Mi'ere will, buothei: '{jrVnt chunkcb lUtcndant upon the app-uutiuenttJl' jiotoflrM-er of hisyrank to ibis Government. , _/ . ' . \V«- umieiVtaiiiU (r'oni go -d smthoritv, that Lieutenant Covet nor Artl'uriuia written to Ministi'V.s at home. 'rrquest- inj» to be furujslied-witli a regular etlgiuyer and a . liiiiieralu-1 |»ist— two nice new Situations. -We trust JhrywiU be ap propriately fillftl.U ' r.',:-'-» ' ^ ' , Female FACTOUY.-^-Nearly one hundred women^ are confined in' the Factory, \ and are woise than usvlesslv crowded arid immured therein. ' VV...

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

The Colonial Times 'of the 2d and the 9th instant, contains so much' information of interest, and so many sensible remarks on the affairs of the Colony of TaW DienicMi's Lund. - that we have been rather unscrupulous of making extracts of unusual length. If ^ there be any; truth in the paragraph respecting the offer of the' Administration of the Colony, to Sut John L.vn-nEa'r, , the Lieutenant ' Governor -mnst fce.l himself shaken in his bflicc; and our predictions of a change will 'ere long hn fulfilled. The Uritish Ministry' in superseding Colonel Arthur, 'will give additional proofs, to those already in- existence, of their prompt attention to tin* representations qf the Colonists, and' of their' wish to prevent thi'in fro^h 'suffering by collision with the Superior in the Colony. .??'???'-? ? . If a Governor wore e.ver so amiable, we should stre nuously recommend his -removal, when . mistmder sta'ntliu^s arose, between him and the people. It is imnbstiiblc for the 'affairs of a. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 26, 1820. TO FILLERS. fMOVERXMENT- JJE1N& DESIROUS TO LET *--* the JYindmiVi near St. Philip's Church, .for a ?T^in of Seven Years, Tenders from such Persons as mny be willing to take the same, 'will lie received at - tliis* Office, on .'Thursday, the 6th day of July next, at 12 q 'Clocks Each Ten .der must be Sealed and marked ' Tender for the Wind-Mill.' The Lessee must engage-to* put the Mill in an efficient state of Repair, and to give it up in good, workiug order at the expira 'tion of the Lease.' j^!S ^Security must be given for the Payment of the Bent, which, S\''for^l-e ''rst year is to be paid, at the expiration of the Year, and f '.' -afterwards to be paid. Quarterly. ?JHir.,,'- Further Particulars may be kno.wn, by applying to the Civil Engineer. *' .-* - $ly his Excellency's 'Command, ' Alex. M'Leay. *? Colonial Secretary's Office, June 2(5, 1S26 A S THE' ATTENTION NECESSARY TO THE .. \^ 'due preparation of th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

SHIP. NEWS, -Sailed, on Fridaj' last, forSLncapore, the ship Alliiori,'. ?N On Sunday, for Port.Palrymplui the icliooiicr AlHgutorf

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

Government notices. ?roiiONiM- S cretary's Office, Junk. 23, 182f-. T' HE. GOVERNOR HAS BEEN PLEASED TO approve of the following- alterations in the Po ' At Liverpool — William Thomas?, free, to be constable, \icc Meredith, resigned.^Appointment to bear date,, on the' 12th in stant. .William Flower, Prince of Orange, to bo constable, vice .\ttuood. dismissed fur repeated luisconduct. ? Appomtinentjjo I Lenr ciato on the lOili instant. .Xqiycns-tfe— John Kelly, ship Three -Bees, to be constable* and pound^Lceper, vice I Jell, resigned. ? 5 ' . '' Bj' his Excellency's Command,-; ^ Vv ' ?_.,., Alex. J\I?Le5y._ COLOWAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, JUNE 23, 1&26. CI'DAll.'. WH E- E A S , THE , IRREGULARITIES committed by Cecjacjfc«trin-r parties, - in dif ferent places in this Colony, havffjSTidered it necessary to recall all permissions granted to. individuals to cut cedar on unlocaled fgronntl, — Notice' is hejphy given'/ that '.hi^ Excellency the Go ye.-dty: had/been pfsas'cd'to recall...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

?To AovEHTrsERS. — To ?prevent. aur.-Jidvertising -t'rieiids Jrom being viided -with respect to pur rate of charges, ve'jheg , to inform them, that an Advertisement eight lines (or wider) in length, ?S in serted riy.k times, for Ten Shillings and sixpence, being only two shillings and not quite, three-half-pence each time. All advertisements above eight lines leng,-also appear Five times, for the price of three insertions.- ? , ? ' ' ? ' ? ?ri*HEAirSTRAJLIA^ .; SYLhN liY, 'JUNE 2S, 'l S26. ' - -

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Mornine Chronicle of' Sej-tembar2a.} Xhe following extract of a letter from New South Wale** 'furnishes melancholy details of t'he s»nre of that Colony, for which, however, the Australian Newspapers must in some sort, have prepared our readers. The picture, is in uceij a gioomy-one. ? ? . ^ .';.-.? JZxtracli of Letters from New South Wales, per ship Tfope.' - *' The must airocious^runes Imve increased' to sucli nn nlarmjiig. degree, that this unfortunnte colony niay be snid to be laid prostrate under an organised .system of rapine aurl murder. (The .facts detailed in ? the. -public, papers speak volumes on the condition to which we -are reduced.) ' We\«re ' in dnily expectation of Mar-i«il Law bei»g pro claimed, such is the dreadful remedy ro which we now look ^ as our forlorn ho'pe. Lord -'Ijathurst must* now ^e convinced how much' he has lieen imposed upon, and will be. tnught what fsiitli may bp put in local yovernmenth' the most respectable inhabitants...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL COURT—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

CRIMINAL COURT ? (Monday.) ' Jonathan Leiteh, Master of the -brig Atalanta,-'w'as ia-~ ~ dieted for violently assaulting one' Abialiam Biaxlaiirf} 'a seaman o'n board that' vessel. ? * , - ' .'. *; . The indictment contivined two counts — chars'inir'.f w'n «»-—.. parate assaults— the first committed on tJie 18th, of Feb.i' and anutlicron'the. 18th of(MayJlast. ' '. ' ]_' '/ Tlie defendant plended Not Guiltyi TheAttorney-Ge* neral stnted the cube; The defendant wns charged .vvit.h a com mon usmiu it,- committed 'on the high seas! 'By the IJTewr South ' AViiles Act. jurisdirtion was 'pi\'en ti-' the Supreme Court t-/' ili.»t Co[ouy, over ofFe:ices- like tlie present, winch ncgjic' he cumuutted »t hea.- The pobiihlj, dslence which wnthl (je made to' that charge, was that discipline, .should bo,- - Kept up on board ;\ \es&el by a nnibter among Ins peop'ie. ', [t, however, ^v«»s a question entirely resting .with, the Jury?-1 , on theevidfnce wlnclilhouid he a .tiucc'tf ; ?it'\vn&...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VAN DIEMISN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

VAN DlEMiJN'S LAND NEWS. , (Further Extract from tlie Colonial Times, of June Q.) We liave more than one occasion ca.iled the attention .of', our Readers to the system as at present established (and it appears permanently so) in * die Supreme Coiirt^f; ihia Island.' The great expense, enormous beyoncl precedent,. -ii uiiy uLiiei {g-inwt iiif wurin, ;ii.i^iui:\iu iipuu cue iiifclllU; tioii ot'jggal proceedinye here, is known to evcry'mnvn,'orSi. has lieeii'sei'irely felt by. many. ? It was generally' believed that the Chief Justice \vo.ubl have subjected the system of practice, 1 he effects of which are so ruinous to every- man who ts'iiiifurtunate enough to he brought, either as plaintiff 'of defendant, within its vortt'K, to- some revision. This expectation was-n reasonable one, because it is held out in the A.ct of Parlianiei'.r, and it could hardly hare been sup posed, that the first Chief Justice- this Island has possessed, would have adopted permanently a system of practise in....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

CH RAP BARGAINS, SKLLTNG OFF, UNDER PRIME COST. . A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, comprising' the whole of the Stock, is hoiv bein'' ? sold ofi', at tlie Residence of Mrs. Rickards, the successor of Mrs. Riekards being obliged to relinquish- business, on account, of extreme ill-health. The Stock consists of. excellent English, French, China, and other foreign goods—all very recently purchased : — English and foreign brocaded silks, persians, satins, See. . Ladies' einbossed gauze, dresses Ladies' and childrcns* lace caps, — lace veils ' English,- French, a;id Canton silk 'liandkciclii.cfs ' A'vnricty-of beautiful Canton crapes, of the finest -texture . An abundance of English and French ribbons ' Jaconet and mull muslins Ltsno muslins, for window or musquito curtains Japan and. colored muslins, and prints of the.-ue.wcst fashion ... and latest arrivals Canton gauze. for musquito curtains x\rdfioial flowers, silk and satin shoes Bombazines, bpmbazets and crape Welch flannel - '. Plain...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 June 1826

We have frequently had occasion to transfer to our columns from the Eng-liah Newspapers, particularly The Moaning GhkoWicle (for the Morning- Chro nicle appears to be the favorite vehicle of information with sonic of our Colonial Authors) the lucubrations of the people here, who arc affected with the scribcncH cacocthes, and who undertake to furnish the Eng lish Editors with faithful details oS Colonial eVents. We feel, ourselves called upon at tliis present time to submit, to. the pcrusal'of our Readers, an article, which has. been -long- under om; elboAv, 'ft-aiting its ' turn,' .?Avhich' graced the front page of the Morning Chroni cle on .the 28th of- September last, and which evi dently proceeds, from one well calculated to uphold the reputation of, that species of scribes, who have been long- known in the Colony, and whose pretensions to fidelity- arc noj atfall times, and to the letter borne out. by these productions-. - This article we have ve publishcd. It is useful to treat...

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THE ENGLISH MONEY-MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

?THE ENGLISH MONEY-MARKET. The following clear and. succinct account of the - embarrassments which prevailed1 in England at the. close of last year among' Merchants and Bankers, ap pears in the Colonial Times ;— ....... ? -Jn the 14th December^ so alarming was the state of public credit considered by the principal nionied and com metcial men in London, that a Meeting was convened by , the .Lord Mayor at the Mansion-house^ to take into con sideration the necessity of adopting such measures as might ?appear best calculated. to stem the torrent of panic and. alarm, which it appeared was rapidly bringing many solvent and respectable, though momentarily embarrassed houses, to ruin. So important we're the proceedings of this Meet ing considered, that 'J^he Courier published three Editions, reporting from hour to hour what was taking place; for as the Meeting was not an open one, the persons present being convened specially by name, and as The Courier ?Reporter was ahme. of the London Even...

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