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A TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

A TABLE. To. those who have frequently to convert money of . .currency denomination into sterling, the' following able may bo highly useful..,. .The Spanish dollar is alued at 4s. 4d. sterling. , 'This table is taken from l card published at Hobart Town, at the Office of the Colonial Times, and sold by Mr.Leinpricrc, of Collins treet. In our next we shall, if we have room, give be converse of this table. Cur. Stg. cr. Stg. cr. Stg. ' Cr. St^. s. d. s. d. £ £.s. d. „£ £.a. d. .' .£ '£. s.X 1 '| 1 0 17 4 22 J9 4 4 43 37 5 4 2 . Jf 2-1 14 8 23, 19 10 8 '4t ' 38 .28 3 ' 2| 3 2 1?O 24/i'O 10 0 45 39 0 0 4 3-J ' 4 3 9 25, .21 13 4 46 39 17 4 51-' 4-t ? 5 -4 G 8 2G i!V 10 8 47' 40 14!8 .6'*' 5i : G 5 4 0. lZ7 23 8 O 48 4112 0 7 6 7 C 14 28 U4, 5 4 -49 42 9 4 8. 7 ~0 6* 18 8 29.;, 25 '2 8 50 43 6 8 9 7& 9 ?: 7 16 O 30, 26 0 0 ,60 52 0 0 10 .8|r 10 H 13.4 31 26 17 4 70 60 13 4' 1L 9-| 11. 9 10 8 32 27 14 8 80 69 6 8 1 — 10^- 12 10 80 33 28 12 0 90 78 0 0 '2 — 1 ' H& 13 11. 5 ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

SHIP NEWS. Yesterday arrived his Majesty's CoIouialiSchooner Isabella, from i\lor-;!on liny. - ? ~ - .- Same day, the Colonial brig Glory, -from Newcastle. Snik-cl this nioniing, the schooner Samuel, Captain Dryadale, fur the seal fishery ?

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. (JUNE 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

^SYDNEY' MARKETS. (J UxVE 29.) The market wns but thinly supplied with grain . to d.iy. #A good deal of wheat which remained over last week, was ngain bibught forward ; a total clearance of this nrlicle was effected by. - uoo'u. prices givinc way almut (id. per. bushel.' Maize obtains belter puces. -Jinrlcy, it is tliouyiht, .will ' improve m value, on account of the lurgu demand. Flour is .expected, to. be lower next week. . ~ v A7o. of bushels aold ' . £ s. d. 16' ..'..'. snM nt per B.;sh. .0 7 6 ao ??'--'-- - - 0 7 3 547 - - ' - - - -)?? 7* 0 76 -' ',- - - - 0 O .9 34 ' ? - - ???'?-? 0 ' 6 0 30 . - , - - . 0 5, 6 , , Average Price of Wheat ' - 07-Oj ,J)itlo of maize - 0 r{ () IJitto of Barley ~ t - ..0-3-6 - Fine Fluur 27«. 6d. per cwt.- ,. ' Seconds do. tliis. per do. - '-'.'* Pollard, 2s. 3d.' 'per bu.shcl. , iN Bran, Is. 9d. ditto. ? . Potatoes, 7s. Od. per awt. ; fowls, 3s. Oil. pcrhou'plu. liu'ttur, Us. 3-l. per Ib. — Eggs, Is. 6(1. p'u.r du/uir, Cheese, Os. yd. per Ih. ' ' ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAW REPORT. SAINES AND ANOTHER v. SIDEBOTTOM AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

LAW REPORT. 1AINES AND ANOTHER V. SIDEBO1TOM 1ND ANOTIttn. A perusul or the .following trial, published some time ago,;in a. London -Newspaper, may be of ^ise here in a' mercantile point of view. It will induce the masters and' owners of vessels 'to be cautious of stiuulalinjr for freiubt. on events over which they cannot, at;all times have cd.i trol, am! it will also' inform merchants how far parties are bomul by such stipulation: — ..-,.- ; This was an action brought by the plaintiffs, as owners oflhe.sliip Peruvian, of Liverpool, to recover of the de fendants, who are 'general xiierchants .there, the sum of 51/. 1 6s. 3d., being the freightj due to tb/:in for certain coods sent in their vessel for the defendants to Lima and Valparaiso. Tlie defendants denied their liability, and upon that point issue was joined. '-. It appeared, from the evidence adduced on the trial,-, 'he plaintiffs, Mr. Baines and Captain Dhlling, had their ship Peruvian loaded in the port of Liverpool for Lim...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES.—LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

NEW SOUTH WALES— LAW. ('From Tlie Morniiur Chronicle, September, 26.) The following case, lately decided in the Supreme oonrt 01 New South Wales, is reported as very important to Merchants iii England who have any debtors cr luercantile connexions in that Colon v.-where a \ general feelins has evinced itself amongst. the honest inhabitants, .on .many cccaiions, to keep in the Colony all themoney they can, to the prejudice of their just creditors here. We know , very little of. Mr: Forbes, the gentleman who pre sides as sole'Judge, at this place; or where. he has acquired his great legal knowledge, excepting that it may .have been at New foundland, where he is said to have presided as Judge for a considerable length of time. We niust, however, say, that he is extremely popular in New South Wales. It-is to be remarked, lliatnoneof the Colonial Newspapers made any report of the trial ; bntit is, at the same time, to be observed, that the de fendant had held a situation in the Courts of...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

We should only half perform uur trust, were we to omit observing towards the article headed New South' Wai.f.s Law, the same treatment which we applied to an article inserted in our last, and derived from the same qunrte:— the Morning Chronicle. The Report of the trial Willink v. Moore, is quite as mischievous as the former nrticle, only of a much more insidious character. The former tended t., destroy the political reputation of the Colony J this,' levels a blow at the Courts — -that was calculated to repress the spirit of- emigration, this to shake the confidence of com mercial men in the decisions of- the Law ; and while it was represented by one species of fabricatioiij that turbu lence and.disorder reigned amonji the Colonists;- it is by another impressed on the minds of the English Merchants, thnt the* Chief Justice is both incompetent and unju*t; thai he would rather sacrifice his judicial integrity than forego the pleasures of an ill-earned popularity; and tiiut, instead of ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

SALES BY AUCTION. . ?-.'?'. BY JIB. JOHN P. Ll/OYD, On Tuesday next, and evpry following Tuesday, at his rooms, ? ' .Macciuarie-streel, Liverpool,- ? ? ? ? X^NGLISH PRINTS, CALICOES, SHIRTING, -H—4 slops, tea, sugar, coffee, tobacco, soap, candles, liquors, books, &c. &c. -',.'- ' .'.'?' TEUMS — prompt payment in .Spanish dollars, at 5s. each— or, good grain at market price. ?: ,. [ ''', * I1Y MR. S; LORD, V . On Thursday the -6th instant, in the Markot-Tiouse,' Sydney - . at 11 o'Clock precisely, without Uesorve,, ? A LL THAT MOST DESIRABLE AND HIGHLY -£\ Valuable Estate, called or known by the name of Belniain's Farm, lying and , situated on the S. E. side of tlicj South Creek,; adjoining Windsor Toll Bridge, and on each. side the road, leading from the Race Ground, by the late Andrew Thompson's Red-house to Windsor, in, Lots; of .from -10 to 45 Acres ; agreeable to the plan laid down,, and to be seen at SJ Lord's, Macqnaric-placcj Sydney jand'ntMr. Charles Beasley...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.           Wm. Silk, a prisoner of the Crown for life, and John Hen-   drick, for seven years, were yesterday charged with a street ro-   berry. It appeared that as Mr. S. Clayton was perambulating along King-street, on Thursday evening last, he felt a sudden and an unusual pressure on one of his shoulders, when turning round to ascertain the cause, a man became visible, who was just then about employing his unoccupied hand, for one was already preesing upon Mr. C's. shoulder, in a "deed of conveyance," that is to say, in snatching from the fob of the latter a watch, chain, and seals, which was done most effectually: without   loss of time, the watch-snatcher took to his heels, but the sounds   of stop thief, stop thief, vociferated by Mr. C. pursued the flying mortal, who took a direction towards the Hyde Park Barrack, until within a few yards of thi...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. OOLOXIAL S.:ORI!TAHV'S OFFICE,' Jl'NF. 3-V 1S2G' No. .03 1.) ;?? , - npi-IlS- OnVEItNOR IS PLEASED TO DF.SIKE. ?EL. in ri'feruiiKb to 'the Governniont Order, No. 30 ? that Coinumndnnls of Stations, Heads of Departments, ami Sit ppriutcndciits of Estithlisluucnts; uill.coiniuuuicnle tti (lie person, . under flicir orders, such of this Public Regulations as are issued from time to lime, suidrelnto lo them individually, or lliu hrnnci of this service under their immediate direction. v' By His Excellency's Command, Am:x. JM'Leay. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 30, 1S2G Cl KCUMSTANCBS HAVING RENDEI115D II necessary to discontinue tho System which has been iii practice of 'remunerating .persons employed under Go vernment, by n per Centagc on ilic produce raised , or on 1ht , Work performed under their Supcriutciuletice : Notice is horehy ' given, that from the 1st oftlie. ensuing Month, all Persons em, .plowed as above alluded to, will receive a- S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

\- ? ? GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ' . Colonial Secretary's Office, June 20, 1826. TO, MILLERS. |^.OVERNTMENT BEING DESIROUS TO LET 13T the' Windmill near St.. -Philip's Church,; for a Term of Seven Years, Tenders from such Persons, as may. be ?williri!:' to lake the snme, .will bc'rcceived at this Ollicc, on Thursday, the Gtli clay of July nexr,(at 12 o'Clock.' Each Ten der must -be Sealed and marked 'Tender for the Wind-Mill.' The Lessee m us.t engage to put'tlic Mill in. an efficient stale of ?Repair, and to give it up in 'good, working^order at the expira tion of the Lease. . ' . Security must be, given for the Payment of the Rent, which, for the first year is to be paid at the expiration of the Year, and afterwards to he paid Quarterly; ? ? i Further Particulars may be known, by applying to the Civil Engineer. ? - . By his Excellency's Command, Alex. M'Leay. ? , Colonial Secretaiiy's Otftce, June ,20, 1826. AS THE ATTENTION NECESSARY TO THE iliie prcparation'of thVreguIatio-ns~to be .f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

?To- AnvEirriSKns. — Tn prevent our Aduertising Friends /rum being misled with respect to our rate of' charges, ice b'cg to inform them, that an Advertisement eight lines (or under) in loigth, is in serted five times, for Ten Shillings and sixpence,. hci,-Z null/ two shillings and not quite three-half-pence each time. All urfoertistincn ts juiovb eight lines long, ulsoappear five times; for the p rice of'ihr'f insertions. , ? -. ? . e THE AUSTRALIAN ' SYDNEY, JULY I,^1S26.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 July 1826

DIED.-At Newcastle, in child bed, on Sunday last the 25th     ult. Mrs. Gill, wife of Mr. Gill, store-keeper at that settlement.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURMESE INTELLIGENCE via THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

BURMESE INTELLIGENCE waTHE MAURITIUS. By the Governor Phillip we have received a file of TnB Mauritius Gaz*tte from the 25th of March, to the ISth of (May inclusive. The paper of the 13th of Mny contains the following Supplementary news :-r-' Peace is concluded with the. Burmese. This information, Which we announced sorne.tnne ago on. doubtful authority, is this day fully'au thenticatrd anil coufirniC'l.' - ' -This news arrived at Pour-Louis by tlie«hip Sheibunie, .froiliMndias the SOtti of March. ' ' - * , \ ~ The Peace was marie on the ?4-b f.f, February.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

NOTICE., ! IT IS REQUESTED THAT 'SUBSCRIBERS TO. i ' the SYDNEY AMATEUR ^CQNCERTrdo send, i in to the Secretary, ,by Friday .the. 1 4th ^dayof .July instant. 'the' , nanic^ of the Visitors they may intend bringing to the ensuing CONCERT, which uill take, place^ou .Wednesday the 19th inst. . 10, George-streef. ' WANTED,. ~ . A MAN COOK, WHO THOROUGHLY understands his Business. / Any sober honest person, with a good character, to. the above effect, may meet with an excellent situation, on application to Mr. Inch, Pitt street. ? ' WANTED. I WANTED BY MR. BIIOWNE, OF ABBOTS-i BUItY, TWO OA^ERSEERS, to take charge of different pastoral and agricultural establishments. Abb()tsbiiry,*Tiine 1; 1826. TO FJiitMEtVS AND OTHERS. — WANTED, FOR THE USE OF THE ? BRISBANE Distillery, for the ensuing year, to commence dc livcringin the month1 of 'April, 50,000 bushels of good sound MAIZE; to be delivered at Black wattle Swamp. ' . The undersigned has, given Mr.. Norton instructions, to ngree with an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

snip tveivs. On 'Saturday evening last, arrived his Majesty'^ Colonial btlg Amity, C'iptain Hii'nfciin, from Norfolk Island. ' -,' ' Ycsterdav, the brig Governor Phillip, Captain M'FarJanc, from the Mauritius. .? 'v ' *'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

. . : - PUE.TJC, NOTICE; ' - ? CrtLONlAt SCCB TAUV'S OrKlCU, JCJLV; 4; 1S2&. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE obtained Certificates during' the last Week ; viz', ; -^ CERTIFICATES. ' Alm/)r-tti (2) — Thomas Dalton, Cfcorge Harrison. * Dicfcr-^-Jolui Ward. Dorittliv — John Hart. Patrick M'Cartliv, Paiiick CunniflV; 'Win. Keary, John Sli:irl;oy. ., Earl. Spencer — David Kelly. Eliza(l)— William Wretvi'it. Fortune (2)^-Jolm Booth. . ? - JiacUow (li) — Patrick Cniiiiinn. John Barry (1) — Wm. Bentlcy. Mangles (1) — David Bo\venn;tn, Wm. Davis. Miiicrva (3) — Joseph lingers.' By' Command of his Excellency the Governor,' , ' ' AlilCX. M'JiEAV. SUHEJiULE. BY ORDER OF THE CHIEF JUSTTCR. All Persons-' interested- may? on application 'to the Registrar, -have leave to inspect the accounts of the above estates gratis, or to take Oflicp copies thereof on payment of the usual rate per folio. ' - ' ? '£ £ ?; = i= f-T =7 s; J-T __ =T ='H. 2- b fcj&J^ ' ? S ,»s; fi ZaJ/i r^O k5 ?G2 2tJ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

% GOVERNMENT ORDER. / Colonial Secretary's Oi'Fice, Junk 30, 1826. STn. (310 ' ? rjpilE GOVERNOR IS PLEASED TO DESIRE, 11 in reft* ronco to rhc, Gnvcrnntcnt Order, No. 30, |hatConiin»nd-iiits of Stations, Ilends of 'Departments, and Sn |irrii)tfiiilL-iit!- of l^stnhlishmcnls, will cmmminicntc to the person, UM'Icrlhcir orders, sncli of the Public* Regulations as are issueds from time to lime, find iclale t-- tliem individually,' or the branch' 'of llie sctvicis under tlicir immediate direction. \- I . lty His Excellency's* Command, ? ' Alex. M'Lsay. v ' GOVERNM ENT NOTIC ES. Colonial Sbchbtauy'r Office, June 30, JS26. piltCUMSTANCES JIAVIN« RENDERED IT \-J necessary to 'discontinue' the System which has been in practice of remunerating persons employed under Clo lernmcnl, liy » per Cenlaui; on die produce raised, or ori th'e Work performed under their Superintendence ': Notice is heroby 'given, tliat from the 1st nf the ;rnsuing Month, all Persons cm. pln\ed as above ulliided to, wi...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

LIVERPOOL QU.UlTKR SESSIONS. Tlie Livci pool Quarter Sessions commenced yesterday, 'before a very fiill Uoiicli of Magistrates. Fifteen tionllciiieij were sworn in as Grand Juiymcd. ' ? -.' ?The Chairman, in InVchargc to them stated, that, he bad had lilt1 honor ot presenting to the G- r.'rnor, the congratulsr.ory au dr Si, which had iji e.i voli-d to his Evcellency by tlie^GuiitlcAien coinpohiu,.' the Giand Jury at the last Quarter Sessu*ns\at Liver pool. The answer of ins Excellency, he (the GlmiriTia.ii) harl caused to be published *, and, 'lurlicliad nod-ml«lrair. the Members ' of the»GniD(l Jury had ste/j^it, hewould not take up their time by read i ii l; it to them.' *^*. ' t 4 _ lie had also laid h. fore lijs Tltcolli'iicj'J the Grand Jirv Pre scntmunt; and; a ready attention' to the insitters of complaint hadlit'on proniisti'd bj the Go\'erno-;. If,' added- the Cliairiuan, Jlie Grand Jury were snlisficd that tlie Govt'rnmoiil could not ha * charijed uith di|fiti-rini'b-if mi...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FASHIONABLE ARTICLE ABBREVIATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

1 ^'FASHIONABLE ARTICLE ABBREVIAJED. -' .Fashion, ' the supreme God, or Goddess,,, and arbiter elegant iarum, or arbitrix, does not limit its^rule to the collar ofjt coat, or the altitude-o'f a tucker alone. In oil' in every thing, itis sdvereign; to all, to every thing, it is the rule and thelaw ;-from its behest there is no appeal ; to live ncTto/ding to itis to liveaccodingto nature aud'to'the eternal {it pels' of things ; to renounce it is te be condemned, as TJoiibeiry-says, to ' eternal ^salvation;' »'To .say where fashion is ' bied,' is not quite so easy; ujjjebs' it'be *\ engerdereri in the. eye*,' like fancy; for» f ike fancy, it dies' ' with gazing.' We become wearied of tht» tyrant of the day; andj like the, Grand .Turk, he is de pb'sl!dj'or'bowstringed,-to make way for a new tyrant and a successor. We conrinue fo adore* the' stlccessor, as we worshipped the piedecessor,' '? mo5c datnrus progeniem vi ti'o6rtreni^'.nnd so on, to the last, syllable ofrecorded rime. .Yet all...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

Not the least valuable part of the duty of a News-   paper is that which consists in giving publicity to the proceedings of Courts of Law— from the highest legal tribunal, downwards— from the most important case of appeal in the highest Court known to the British Laws — the House of Lords, down to the most petty examination in a village justice-room. The dis   semination of these proceedings through a public and responsible vehicle like the public press is fraught with good to the community; and, while it serves to in struct the understanding, improve the intelligence of the people, and give them a popular view of the laws under which they live, it at the same time controls the distorted statements of ignorant or prejudiced by standers, or interested parties, but most of all it ob viates dangers, which would inevitably arise, were the proceedings of Courts conducted in secrecy, or buried, in oblivion— it prevents a prostitution of the Law to sordid motives ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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