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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.         Samuel Stannars and Daniel Ford, two assigned servants, were yesterday charged by their master with deducting a quantity of spirits from his store. It appeared that the prisoners had for some time past been in the habit of carrying on an intrigue with a woman of a very dubious character, whom they invited to their master's house on Monday night last. The latter heard an unusual noise about his premises, which, upon further inquisi- tion, was found to proceed from an out-house— there the three   mortals were enacting their part in a representation of "high   life below stairs," and were enjoying themselves at the master's expense; when the latter, by his presence, put an end to their   jollity. False keys were found in the possession of one man, which would give them admittance in the the store-room. From concurrent circumstances, there was also little doubt but that t...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 July 1826

EXECUTION. Two unfortunate beings, named Cusack and Hossle, suffered the fate prescribed by justice, at the usual   place of execution, the gaol yard, on monday morning   last. They were tried at the criminal court on the 19th. ult. Cusack after serving his term of   banishment in the colony, and becoming free, could not,   restrain his depraved inclinations, a charge of robbery   being preferred against him not many months     after, caused a criminal information to be filed - the   misguided man was found guilty, and had judgement of death recorded against him. Shortly after, he was removed from the gaol to the hulk, with a view towards his better security, having twice attempted, and actually effected a temporary escape from both, during a confinement of only a few weeks. This was   the man who, it may be recollected, expressed a deter mination not to remain in his...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (JULY 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

.SYDNEY. MARKETS. (July 6.) The supply of wheat in the market this morning, was moderate l)tit. sufficiently ample to meet demands. Speculators in Hie trade' continue reserved. The average price is so low as Gs. fid. ? It is nntlt xt r-fitif'i/li-itt It* #*? lie t\i\ \\t' t licit 4tiiu ti i-# w»li» will lint lip ma!nv neilPU clienper fur months to come. . Barley is iIik snn.e m price as last week. ? Maize seems as if an ' improvement in value'will shortly lake place. .' Flour is Is. ycr.cwl.. cheaper. , J\ro. of bushels sold j&gS. £ *? d. 20 - -~ solil at per Bush. 0 7 6 206 - - * - ' 'fflM- O 7 0 62 - - - .... ,--?'. 6 9 105 . - - - 0 ,6 6 8-t » -, '- ,-063 *i\7 - - ' - ? - - O '6 . fi 40 - - ' ' -' O 5 6 ' Average Price of Wheat - 0 -6 5J J)itto of maize ...,.- 0' 3, 0 Ditto of Barley ... - 0 00 Fine Flour --2s. Gd. per cwt. Seconds do. 24s. per do. - Pollard, 2s. Od. per bushel. , Bran. Is'. 6d. ditto. ' Potatoes, 10s. Oil. per cwt. ; fowls, 3s. Od.pcr cncplc; JB utter, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Juia* 7, 1S2G; No. C32.) '%J¥7'HEREAS IT ISNKCliSSARY, INOltDElt ▼ -▼ to carry1 into effect, the instructions of his Majesty's, Government, relative to thu circulation of British coin, lhatall Hut's ami ck'bts, pn^-alilc to Govi-mnit'.nt, should be paid -i»i monies of a.sicrlhig denomination ; and, u-liureas it 1ms nlrondv — been notified, in ubed;cncu to those .orders, that nil contract's and engagements', entered into by Government, will bo paid-in British coin, bis 'Excellency tho' Governor has been pleased to order, that iiflc-r the first day of October next,, the payment of all due's and debts, to Government, shall be made in money of- a sterling denomination ; and notice is hereby given to all con cerned, accordingly. Hy His Excellency's Command, ' ? Alex; M'Lkay. ~~' '. GO VERNM ENT : NOTI C US. T ? Colonial : Secbetary's Office, Juiiy'fi, 1S2R. THE GOVERNOR HAS BEEN PLEASED TO approve of the following* . alterations. in the Po ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

PUBLIC NOTICE. Colonial Sbcrktauv's Office, July 4, ,^1826. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE obtained Certificates during'- the lust Week ; viz. CERTIFICATES. Almorah (2) — Tliomas Dalton, George Harrison. IJick— John Ward. ' ' '''.'' Dorothy— John Hart, Patrick' M'Ca'rthy, Patrick Cuniiiffe, IV in. Keary, John Sharkey. ?' ?? ?? ~: ' ' Earl Spencer — David Kelly. ' -? '.: - Eliza (l)^-William Dreivitt. ', . . „ „. , j Fortune (2) — John Booth. ' ' ' ' '' ' ;? JIadlow (&) — Patrick Cuhnian. ? ? «? ? ? ' John Barry (1)— Win, Ben tley. . ,- .,:, .l\ ? . Mancles (Or— David Bo.werman, Win. Davis.. ... Ulinerva (3)— JoscplijRogers.* '* '' '.' ? ? vi/'.;J' i^ By Command of his Excellency thVGbvcrhorV- ? ' r? ^ NOTICE. ' ' ; C0&0NTAL. Secretary's Office, J.UNE30,; J826i TO; BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, WITH} in the . Commandant's Office at Newcastle, on. Tririny'llie,14th of July next, at 11 'o'clock, the Wreck of the Lull of the Colonial cutter Mars, as she she now lies, stran...

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THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. CORRESPONDENCE To his Excellency Lieut-Gen. Ralph Darling, Governor-in-Chief, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

THE CHAMBER. OF COMMERCE. ? I m I ?' ? ' COItBESI'ONDENCE To his Excellency Lieut -Gen. Ralph Darling, f}nrniTinr.5n-ninnf. &l!. &C. &C. ? Sir,— I am directed by the Members of the LUamnB of Commerce,- to have the honor to submit. to l««l Excellency, ' the Rules and Regulations by wl«« rJw.tr nni.nn-i--tn lm o-niiloil in their futuro operattui'' The more especial objects which tins *»«??'????- have in view, with those of' promoting the Commer cial interests of New Sottlh Wales, and removing we obstacles which tend to prevent the increase ot trau- are,— the institution of a Hoard of Arbitration; tor determination of such di He rv iice* as may occur in settlement of accounts in damage sustninc' ?«?« in the stowage of goods, in the siw-worlluae *» vessels, and in any other question which '««-'?}'; , trade; — the institution of an Exchange, or puu ffeneral resort for men of busine*s;-tli«concentwMO» fn this Exchange, of all. commercial intelligence, the rntahlish...

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AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

AMERICAN REVOLUTIONAP Y CHARACTER. Ethan Allen was an atrocious, outlaw, a brave bad man, who, without any authority, raised a troop of white snvages, like himself, soon after tlie breaking out of the rcvolutiona^' war in America': and went 1111 asainst Ouebec; .He failed, of course — ' after enduring incredible fatigue and hardship, was taken pn' soner, and packed off to this country for trial- -as a traitor. On the, passage he exhibited so many feats of strength and such des perate rash impiety, that every creature on board was afraid of liim ; and afraid for the ship. One day, being unable to reach tlie captain, who called 'Washington a traitor — as the. story .;goes' - — Alien bit a piece out of a- glass tumbler, chewed it* ? up, and spat it in his face. He was verjr profane. Every other word was an.oath;. and -yet his oaths were all his own — characterized by a sort of terrible humour. '.' I would have ' all hell boiled down' to' a bucket full,'.. said he, one day, ' and make e...

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CHRITICISM ON FEMALE BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

CHRf TECISM ON FEMALE BEAUTY. Eves: — T4ie finest eyes are those that unite sense and sweetness Tlie colour of the eye is a very secondary mat ? t--r. Hl-acU eyes »Y« thought; the .brightest, blue the. most feminine,- turev the keenest. It depends entirely on the spirit11 wrttim. ;1 nave seen alt itiese colours change ch.| Tiict«-rs; tii(.*u«h I must own, that when a blue eye looks ungentle, it seems more out of character thnii the extremest diversity expressed by others. The ancients appear to have associated the idea' of gladness 'with blueeyes; which is tfie colour 'gtwn to his heroine's by a celebrated poet. — ?Anacreon attributes a blue or a grey eye to his mistress, it is difficult to say 'which ; but he adds, that it is tempered with the tnoist. delicacy of the eye of Venus. .The other lottevvas'ftf iriervaV, and required softening., It is noteas-y; t-3 'distinguish the shades of the-vuriouscolours anciently fjiv^n to.^yes; the Vtjues and greys, sky-blues, Bea-blues, sea^ii-e...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Four persons, named Thomas Wilson, John Roberts, Henry Myers, and James Wood, underwent an investiga- tion on Wednesday last. They were suspected of being   concerned in the abstraction of a number of New South Wales Bank Notes, amounting to 1900 dollars and upwards, from the pocket of Mr. Andrew Ball, a publican of Syd- ney; from whose deposition it appeared that the latter had     left Sydney on the morning of Tuesday last, in company with the above four individuals. They set out with an in-   tention of spending the day at Parramatta, and in the even-   ing to be present at an entertainment given at the half-way house, which lay on their road towards home. The party, after getting to Nash's inn, took dinner; and Ball, feeling inclined to sleep, retired to an adjoining room, where he laid down on a sofa. At this time, it was stated, he ex- amined his pocket-book, and found the whole of his money, 19...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

CRIMINAL CO UllT—QTAursdai/0 , Charles' Cable was arraigned on. an indictment, char ?ring* him with feloniously stealing a mare,' the property of George: Seymour. ? ? -.??-? -.Tim .nrn.qnp.nt.nr dunoscd: that on the eveninc of the 25th of May last. he deputed a man servant of his to turn a mare into' the paddock adjoining the', house, where' were three other animals. The marc being sub sequently missed, was discovered to have been1 offered by the prisoner for sale, to a man named .Ellison. She was found in Ellison's paddock, where the witness was enabled to identify her as the'one stolen from his pad dock a few days before. The animal, whs of a bay colour, rising four years old ; had not been in foal. She is now outside the Court-room doors/ Cross-examined— The paddock was insecurely fenced, it was'possible for, the- mare to .have strayed. ? Will swear that be never sold, nor gave, instructions to any one to sell. her. ...,.- Never, bad any conversation with' pri soner relative to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

SALES BY AULTI Oi\l THREE, FOUIl, ANliTFTvE' MONTHS' CKEDIT. y «V S. I.VONS, , . At his Tloonis^No. 7\j, George-itreet. on Tno^Jny the V.\h of July, at llso'clock, the tiiidcriiivnticned goods,' withosrt m scn'e, v'tr..' FIFTY CHESTS OF HYSON SKIN TEA. Eleven mats of gingrr. ? Six boxes of thumb and fig blue. -Three- hundred shawls, 7 and 8 qunrtors ' ' Forty pieces of shirting. Twenty-three ditto. Fifteen b.ixes of China fire-works. One hundred boys' fashionable leather caps. And a considerable quantity of other goods, to close -a -con- signment. ? ? ? ? Terms. — Spanish dollars at 4s. 4d. — All purchases above jf 3d' three .months credit, above ^30 four months, and ab'wc ofM five months,, upon approved bills. ' jiiscnunt for ready money. flV nm. joiin ' v. '?'i.LbyiD, On Tuesday next, and every foHowing Tuesdny, at 'his rooms, ? ? Macquarie-streel, Liverpool, -* -r^NGIJSII PRINTS, CALICOES, SrilRTING, -fi— d slops, tea, sugar, coffee, tobacco, soup, candles,' liquors, bnuksj &...

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LIVERPOOL GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

LIVERPOOL GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. The Grand Inquest of our Sovereign Lord the King, assembled for the Town of Liverpool, and the adjacent Districts, this 4th day of July, 1826, on their Oath present, that in pursuance of their important duties, they visited his Majesty's Gaol, and were much gra- tiried to find the good effect of their last presentation, as regarded the cleanliness and general improvement   of that Establishment ! and rely on the energy of the   present Executive, to carry into execution, the exten- sion, and further security of the Prison, as speedily as the public means will allow. They do not feel an in- clination to harrass the Government, by presenting the existence of some other inconveniencies, under the conviction, that their several former recommendations will be attended to - as circumstances will admit.     The Grand Inquest, however, feel it incumbent to present the immediate necessity of the erection of...

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LIVERPOOL QUARTER SESSIONS. (Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

LIVERPOOL QUARTER SESSIONS. (Tuesday.) James Gibson, free, was placed at the bar, and charged with forcibly entering the house of John Mariner, and stealing there from a pair of trowsers, five Spanish dollars, and a blanket, the propertv of Wm. Lovesick. Guilty — to be transported for seven years.         Samuel Scott, was next, placed at the bar, charged with steal- ing a pig, the property of William Lawson, Esq.         John Moore sworn, deposed, that he is government servant to Mr. Lawson— that a short time since, he saw the prisoner at the bar, and another man, take from out of his master's herd, a black pig ; and, having tied its legs, were in the act of carrying it away, when deponent took the prisoner into custody,with the   pig in his possession ; the other man made off. The pig was     his master's property.   &n...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 July 1826

Tbe projectors of tlie Cluiuiber.. of Coiiiihorce are resolving tliemselves into something ]il-cji tangible hotly, with all convenient speed.' Their meetings are meetings of business ; at each of, which some progress is made in advancement of the objects, in view. A Correspondonce between their Chairman ami the Go vernor appears in another Column— a Cor.resnodence' which, as it will be seen on perusal, was instituted by tlie desire of, tlie Members gcherally, in order, evi dently, to pave the way for intercommunication be tween the commercial interests of the Colony and his Excellency — between the merchants as a recognised body, and the Head of the Government: There is a great deal of utility in this, andinueh good .must ne cessarily result from the intimate connexion, which the Authorities must by these means form with a respectable and weighty, cluss in this neu'ly estab lislicd community.- The least that can be 'expected from such a connection, is an encrease of the good underst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

' -? ? sales' -iry- -auction. .1 ,ny sru, PAur., I To-morrow, tit It nVIoik, in tire I\Tarkc»-olicp I ' AP.OUT FORT? ,HEAp OF l'RIMB.CATTLF. I PJO3*J5ISTIXG ,OP GOOD DAIHY'COWS, 'IN I ^-^ calf, and with calves by their sides ; heifers and I iter-rs. _ ~ t ' ? j™ . I Tlir above cattle being in tlie best condition, 'nnd of Hsnncrirr I -ee-J, are «cll wortli tlie attention of those uho wish to iuLc^Z I hen block. * ' % »«-h«« | APVPROVEF-~ir!TJLS~AT TIVO MONTHS I PAYABLE IN SYDNEY, FOR ALL PUltCHASPS I / above ieso. , ..? . I Pn Fridny and Saturday, _ the fciiiuet-ntli nnd fiftrctitli inSt ^ I B. Francis's, corner of Cliurch *trcut, Porraiualta, us lie i* I poiiiR to remove to Sydney. , r ? - T»HE WITOLI2 OF* Til K STOCK IN TRAl)E, t-a- .cotvsisting1 of tens, sug-ar, boap, candle's, prints! mlico, IoiikcIoiIis, gurrahs, blankets', 'check 'shirls, fusiis^ lowseiH, superfine and second cloihs, crnckcryuipro. tnpes, tlires^** jobbin.&c. &c. and a great variety of ui tides ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

SHIP XRWS. rtn Snturelny Inst, arrived, the brig Mary, Elizabeth, from Port Macquarie. ,^ ', .' / - -'''.* An ived,, between C and 7 o'clock on Saturday evening, 'the;, fttiin .Tuhn Barrv'. Canl. J.'Roche,' from London' the- SOlli of February, Portsmouth tlio 8th of Junich; Cape of fcrontj Hope the* 28th uf IMay. She. has brought ns passengers Captain J. D'Arcey, Mrs. D'Arcey and sun, -Lieut. W. Bell, 2 Miss Bells, .2 Master Bells, Lieut. S. Collins, Mrs. Collins and infant danf;liter,~ Lieut. R. Truvcrs, Lieut. J: Sweeney, Mrs. Sweeney and 'i Master Sweeney's, Assistant Surgeon Gibson; besides 8-J. nnn-cominissioned 'officers and privates with their.fnmilies, com prising 66 women, and 73 children, wluuli, with 1 woman- and 2 children of the 57th regiment,, 2 women, servants to officers, mnke'a- total of 245. ? -- ' ' ? On Monday, from Port Dalrymple, the brig Dragon, Capt, Forbes. Sailed from tlieneo on the filli inst. Lading, 4300 bushels' of wheat, 40 bales of wool', 104 sheep, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ? CoiJonial .Skbhktary's Office, Juj/t 11, ltfS nnHE GOVERNOLt HAS BEEN PLEASED 1 -*- approve of the following' alterations in the Pollc Sydjiey — Jami-s MacCabe, to l-e Conslnble — appointment bear date the 2 1st ult. — Michael Downing and JohnDowd to ' Constables— nppointinents to bear dale the 26th ult. '. 'Win. Regan, to ho Constable — appointment ib j)ear date t _ 27Hh ult.-^-John Dellip, James Styles, and James Mahar, d missed for highly improper conduct. By his Excellency's Command, * . . ' ? - ? ' Alex. M'Leay. .- - , T~ PUBLIC NOTICE. ~ ? . . ? '.Colonial Secretary's Office*-' July 11, 182 finUE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAV .-?'.- . \M. obtained Certificates during the last Week ; viz CERTIFICATES. ' ' ' l' 'Alno'rali C2'*)— : James Foster ' ??' ? aDdrothy — John Keaghry or Koiglicr, Patrick Connell . Janios Macquire, John Wild or Ward, J'nmcs Auslcy - Eirl'Spenccr — Robert Cribb. RiclmTd Read, Thomas Dardi v. 'ElizaXl) — Richard Oakes- ' - ' . - ?? ? - ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

GOVERNMENT OJtDKR. fofcoxtAL S cr.ETAK»'i)' Orpicci Joxy 7, 182C No. (32.) . * WHEREAS IT. I S NRCKSSARY', INORDET to carry into efiect,- the fnstructibris of ))i Majesty's, Go\eritmcnl,'iclativc.lo t|ic circulation of'Biithh coiii llwt nil tints and dcEls, payable to Goveiiimcnt, should ha paii inmonicsof a sterling denomination ; arid, whereas it has abroad Ibci'ii notified, in obedience to those aiders, that all contract and engngeirteuts, entered into by Government;', will be paid i 13ntii.li coin, liis Excellency, the Governor1- lias been pleased t order-, that aflei the first,1 day, of, October next, the, payment u 'jii| dues and debts, to 'Government, shall be.inado.iii' money of .sterling dcnonijnnlioif; ami notice ib hereby' ?, given to all con 'coined, accordingly. -. - -' u i- I ?? ( -^: ? *-- ' -.- JSy His Excellency's Command; «'-vt-x ' ,/,',-» -.«» r Alex* 'M'Lr'AY.'1 . ». r GOVIiR.VM'ENT NOTlOES.' . t, ; . ? CojAvniAL SeciiktaW's Office, July 6, '1326 . JsL 'agpfb've^...

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS (THURSDAY, FEB. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS fTjH7RsnAY.'PEn. 0 1 The Earl of. LIVERPOOL was disposed to give all the information in his power, nnd conceived that the best mode of doing so, would be to tnke the Report of the.CoTnmit tee, to state its suggestions one by one, anrl to explain what Had been clone on -each -ot- them,1 ihe Jirst, .their. Lord ships would recollect, recommended an alteration in the laws of landlord and tenant. A BUT had been prepared by the Law Officers of the Crown on thnt 3ubject, which had been found involved in considerable difficulties.' Some of these had been removed, hut others had' started since) which had occasioned fresh delay. S«A measure, however, was piepared for the consideration of ^Parliament. The subject had not therefore been overlooked, 'but every pos-' sible assiduity had been exerted to find a remedy for tlie whole, or at least for part of the exis'ing imperfections.; — Wivh respect to the second suggestion, concerning Grand Jury Presentments, ...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. George Lorent, free, stood charged on Monday with a robbery. —Mrs. Worrall deposed, that about noon, on Thursday last, the prisoner came to her shop in Pitt street, and asked for a quan- tity of dungaree, which was supplied him—a short time after the   prisoner had left, a person, named Deer, came to deponent, and enquired the value of a piece of shirting, which witness on exa- mination, found to correspond with the quality of some cloth which she had for sale — on closer inspection, it was discovered that deponent's private mark was thereon—witness, in conse- quence was induced to take an account of what shirting was then in the shop, when one piece, containing 29 yards, was found short       — the value of this article was 1s 5¼d. per yard, prime cost. Wm. Deer met the prisoner in the market-place, on the above day, who offered two pieces of Dungaree to witness for sale, but declined buying—prisoner subsequently...

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