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HOUSE OF COMMONS. EXCHEQUER BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

HOUSE OF COMMONS. EXCIIEQUBK 1JITJ,S/ An interesting1 debute 'took pl.ice'ih the House j of. Commons on the 2Sth of 'February, 'on'thb' propriety' of issuing- Exchequer Bills hv .goyernnient,.--m! prefer^' ence to the loun of money on g-oods!(biy.tlie;I3ajilc 'ofi England. We have extracted the principal ^points ot trgiinient used by Mr. Tioriiey irf favor' of the former, iiul.by the Chancellor of th/e Exchequer iti'fuvor* iof the latter measure.,.., ,/-. - ; :?...:; ^^ii- (':.!!(; ,^, MrVTIERNEY had hoped to hear. some, reason assigned for thcopjiosition'ofgoverriinent to the measures bijginally proposed by- himself and others as to the expedienc^-oflthe govern nient's1 issuing Exchequer Bills in preference to the udyancc ofni.oney, , which, it was said, 'the Bank of England was'to iiiak'e oil Uie se eurity e^f .goods. ? ; ? -r-i ? /' ' . — -.?;» ; ?_'? ';?'' '{'J!- ' ' 'Never haol there been, he believed, an occasion so pressing as that which-lhe housc.was now called upon to consi...

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DARLING MILLS. Parramatta, July 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

SDARLtjVCf MILL^.V Parramatta, July 14, 1026', ; The sPuhhc are informed that these Mills being completed; Mr.: John -Raine, tlie Proprietor,' has reduced the.pricc of grinding to one shilling per b'usliel-rdressing 3d. extra. ..^P.erspns sending; from distant situations',* may be accommodated by' haying tlieir; gram^grounu ana reiurnea lmmeaiaieiy.'.'^ \ . ^i ?;.?? ?? ? - ?-.''?.??.? The Public are further infornie'd that the Stores, at these Mill»: iwili be opened in. the. course 'of the ensuing' month,, for the shleofi every description of inerchandizc,^upon the most liberal terinsi— ; considerable pains having been, bestowed in the. selection ; to ren-'. dei every article suitable to the 'Colonist.: Wheat, ninize; wool, and other Colpnial- produce, will.be receiv.cdliii;payiueiit.{Jr,.rs ?'?; Mr.'ltaine 'avails himself of the present opportunity to render public, that ,.; ,.;_ ?...; ? ?? , W. ,-'''- .' ' ;. ? ':,*.-'- ';; '/'? .'?'''..'.. '' ./ASALE BY AUCTIONS :. ..?- .y-.yirX'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

?:-.i^.-.'-' -p--- -/?:;-?? ?-??:???. W^ANTEDi- ?;.-:iI.;(v .;:' ? ^:v: \ A MM GOOK/ WHO TliOROUGf/tr X^- understands his , Business. . ..'Anyf, .sober , honest person, with- a- good character, to the above ) effect, injij. &$ I ^ithaii-excclleut situation,' oh' application ^to Mr. lycu,Fi I street: ?. ' '?':.? ; -i-'''' '--'?'' . '? ''?' '?''? '?-'' ..'*'' '? '1 — . I '-?'--' ''-,-'' ??? - ??'WA:NTEI^/r :'::-vJr:^oV'l a! STEADY YOUNG WOMAN AS NURSLH)! I 'A ;/;;;.; .'?,.?; ,,.V.:-' O, .M AID;, ... , ; . ,A ?^??-; % '-'^ I /Apply at Mr. Robert Campbell's, .jim.. WigM.ftjV.-- ?' ?'jj I ;.. ,,.,., ?/ r AT.A,,B. SRARK^H,;u-V^^'| MAURITIUS SUGAR, CHCX^AN;^H\»j ' fftinpowilcr, ' amf souchong ti!^s,^5?^S I celli, Liverpool salt/ saucesj'. preserves/ Havaimah ^$^ I scgars,' saltpetre. . - ,'. -.,?'*?? ? ? ?-- :-'????-??. -'J'''. ^ .'v'^j*;'! Derwent-whcat. ? .. i .'^ i 'uillilc'livillw I '-Withey blankets, wearing apparel, scnrl. t and ?w^)\^l\ cambric, twilled, shawls, ,iiyansook,l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

While we condemn a sweeping attack upon the whole body of the Magistracy, because some persons in the commission of 'the peace are guilty of occasion al delinquencies, we are disposed to encourage an ex posure of every individual dereliction of duty, and to   hold up to public notice and public reprobation or re proof all who abuse the authority reposed in them.   These were our feelings when we described the aber rations of Dr. Harris ; and those are the feelings which would urge us at all times, to condemn outrageous at tempts to excite hatred and malice in the multitude   against the Magistrates in general, on account of the misdeeds of two or three improper characters, who may have been improperly placed in that office of trust and responsibility. A charge against all, be cause one has misdemeaned himself, leads to no inquiry; to no result, except disapprobation of the accuser. The misdoer likes to be thus assailed; for he is screened by nu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

«-2TJUej ':-r PniNTED j»aTUBPnoiMiinTuni. uy John Cuditi. - , - ^

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

To the Editor of-the ? Australian*. Sir, — Should you think the following hints worthy of ft cornerin your/invaluahlc Newspaper, you may.iiisert llicm. I liave ob served 'how .j'ou have exerted jour abilities, in advocating horse raeinir. which must have nut to silence neailvall it's enemies : how ever, (theru is aiintlieraiiatter -which may be coupled with horse ra'cingM( mean hunting. In the neighbourhood where, 1 reside there are Canicrton, Siceltrap, Itarun, Sliidc, Herald, and that tiuly astonishing little horse Juhius : therp will be a produce by these horses this year, yet many, 'Sir. will be deficient in speed for the turf, but those will be able' to follow a pack of hounds, besides being very useful for other purposes'. Now, the brushes or woods, for 15 miles round (his place,, are large,, and are too well stored with the native dog, .many of .them arc. so strong and large that they would stand up before a, swift pack for several hours together, ; Ihe'se destructive animals...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

riTA\rnt!R Ci-} fiOMMERCE. \Vq congratulate the iulrabunuts of the Colony on the c?s, tn'bliblimentor a Chamber of Commerce, which,, froinjhe-' aitention and -warm support it-appears hkejy to -receive frnm tlie local eoverumem, has every nro.spect.V'f being able most effectually to advance the interests of rhe Colony, and to remove, those'ehe'eks to its prosperity under which it has s.o long labored. ' ' At the same time we wouM rt-m:nd the pentlemprhcom posiu' it, 'of the highly iesponsibl6 situation in which they sire .placerl, and ns it n'mosc iiiomentous and iuf tfresting cir CHinstaiiceto every body,, we iiueud from time to. time tu observe Imw far by 'thert; activity and jtidiciuus measures tde pir.sperity of the Colony is really in the clearest and most decided' way forwarded ; bow liir il.u e\p iris tn'wool, bides, 'timber, aiul other articles, of that nature are ^n cre«sed:; bow far tho'sexport and cot'isuuiptioiuof provfsiotis for aliips canyir/^ carhops, or emfjjovt-d i» ...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

CRI^IlNAli. CO URT,-±Q7'AursdalrO James .O'Neil was indicted for' receiving stolen goods^ kno\ving theSj same to have been feloniously Ijad:' JT.t up 'peared in evidence ;that on the night of the '28th of J.uiv last, the stores of Messrs. Rapscy and'Mitchell, in' GeomeV u^.^wv, ..^.v. uuigiuiiuuoij cmucu iiiiu-iiiiu ;i yunecytoi pro perty stolen therefrom.' On 'the following cluy.a quantiiy of cloth, handkerchiefs, &c. weie found in a box belonging to the prisoner, in a house rented by the' pKsoner olfthe Itocljs. The property was sworn to by Mr. Rapsey, ' The prisoner was found Guilty and remanded. '? '- - * , '' \' ? (Friday.) ? ' Hugh.Mitchell was capitally indicted for the wilful lnurderof Laura^MTirpIiy. It appeared in evidence that the pVisoner arid deceased had cbhahitcd, unhappily,1 it would seem, together, for some time~past. In one of their small quarrels the prisoner struct; the deceased .a. fatal blow, which- led to her death. The differ-t qnce was understood to ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

?SHIP' NEWS: Arrived on Thursday last, from Hobart To-.vn, the brig John, Captain Griffin— Lading 8500 bushels of wheat, and sundries — Passengers, .Mr. John Roberts, Mrs. Jamiesorr, Mr.' Joseph Lauiie, and Mr. John Matthews. . , - , Sailed on Thursday last, the barque Providence, for Bombay. The Cape Packet had a 'Jong passage from this Port to the Derwent;; being- twenty live days out. , - '/ Tl|o :-HENRV;'Iiad arrived at Ho.bart Town, when the. 'John Jeft. ,Tiiei FAiuFiiitD, it was expected, would sail two days after tlie John. ' ... ??????/? . The brrg John, in leaving the Derwent, cleared out for the Cape of Good Hope. rShe brines, therefore, no mail.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

Died— At.the residence of Mr, Howe, at Windsor, 0n     Wednesday the 19th inst. Mr. James Kennedy, who arrived in 1796 as a settler, being one of the first emigrants to this colony deceased is universally regretted by his numerous family and friends.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

SALES BY AUCTION TIIKEE^IONTIIS1 CREDIT: »Y MR. S. J.yoNB, At his .Rooms, No. 7.1, CJcorse-ilri-et, uu Tuesday the 25 il, i*. r|1HTS UNDERMRMTIOXED GOODS, Pf-Sl- *? tively withniin-cMM-vu, to close a roiif,i;ninient'- ? ' ' Boxes .of superior hys.m lea Thread «if rnliw is ? *x -' - Blankets - 1\.n tr.iys of m-.,.s Bed ticking ]J,,cf. fr()Cks ai,4 trows^g . Shaw.s . „ Furniture priTits Lougclolhs Cambric muslins - . Calfcoes (12 yard pieces) '. 'Window glass 10 'by S, n -: . bj' 12, and I2'bv 14.' -, TRRiUS— Spanish ,do|lars at four shillings and foiirpuiicr — Al] riiircliRscrs'abnvc|two!ily pounds will be allowed three uionOa credit, upon approved bills. ? _ - , - 1» V Mil. II. G0OPCI), fn the Market-place, Sydne]y, on Thursday tlie 27th rnstotir at - * . 1L o'clock precisely, without resern%L '/% ' THIRTY ACHE 'FAItM, SITUATE ; IN ?*-&? the District of Airds;' bounded by David Noff land's'T.irm on one side, and-Thomas Moore's, Enquire,' dinlc other ; and the' remainder by s...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(JULY 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. — fJuz.Y'2'0.) The^quanlity of. grain at the niarkct to-day, has only been very limited. ;- Some fine samples of wheat were exliibited, which' obtained' a fair price, in most instances, fetching as high as 7s. 3d. per busliel.— Inferior descriptions are atill at a low 'figure. ? On .tlie wnole, Mere is litue alteration to notice in pneys — lfan^1 thing, wheat is. rather dearer. this week. Maize the sanie'; the latter article it is thought, will keep steady at the present prices. Wheat is expected to be on, the rise. ? ' Average Price ..of- Wheat - \£0 G 10 \ Ditto. of .maize , ,, . : ? -..' O*. 3 6 Fine Flour 2-5s. 6d. per cvyt. :? , .- [ ' ? s .Seconds do. 25s. perdo. ' ' ' Pollard, 2s. 3d. per bushel. Bran, Is. 9d. ditto. ? ~ ~ - ' \ Potatoes, 10s.1 Od. per cwt..; .fowls, 3s. 6d.per ccmplo. Butter, 2s. 6d. per lb.-r-Eggs, Is; 6d. per dozen ^Cheese, Is. Id. per lb. ...... .N Assize price of J»read six-pence per loaf. Selling price fiv^pence halfpenny to sixpence hal...

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FROM THE ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

FROM THE ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS. * The following is an anecdote of liis lute Majesty, whiclris highly interesting, mut ouglit tobewel) known. When the Kjtig was repairing uis.Pnlncc at Kew, one, of tlio workmeiV, a Pious.chnracter, was particularly noticed by liislMaicstv... One MoTid|iy:niorniiig the King went as usual to watch the pi ogress of the work, and not 'seeing the man in his' usual-place, he in quired tlie rcas-on of his absence. 'Ho was at -first answered evasivclj1 by the workmen ;.'nt last, however, they acknpwledgeil that not, haying been able to complete a particular' job on the Saturday higltt, . they, had returned to finish it on, tlie Sunday uioniing.wliicli this man refusing to -lo, had been dismissed from* the employment. ' Sctid for hinr back, immcdiatclyi' said the King, ' the man who refuses' to do his ordinary work oh tlie Lord's day is the man for inc.' An English gentleman who was present at- the insurrec tion at Petciburgh, states that the cry of '.Liberty an...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. An assigned servant named Woods, was yesterday complained   of for absenting himself from his master's service during several hours without leave. Three days to the Tread-mill, and then to be returned to service.                     A free man was afterwards charged with having government slop clothing, belonging to the military. A soldier, it would seem, sold an article of clothing to the defendant, in whose pos- session it was afterwards found. Fined in a penalty of £5— The Act of Parliament on this head disposes of the penalty, by ordering one half of the fine to the informer, and the other to the regiment.     William Campbell, a prisoner of the crown for life, was charged with a robbery. It appeared that the prisoner was ob- served rolling a water cask through the street, when he was stopped an...

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DARLING MILLS. Parramatta, July 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

DARLING MILLS. :. Parramatta. Julv 14. 1826. The Public are informed that these Mills being completed, Mr* John Raine, the.Proprietor.iiasTeduced the, price of grinding to one shilling per bushel— dressing, 3d. extra. ; Persons sending from distant situations, mav.-be accommodated by- bavinff their gram ground and returned immediately; ?.?--_».?-. ?' r-' '' \ The Public are further informed- that the Stores t»t these Mills, will be opened in the course. of^the ensuing niorith.-forthe sale of evefv description of merchandize, upon llie'most liberal terms,.*— '- considerable pains having been bestowed in 'the .selection, to ren-: tier every article suitable, to the Colonist Wheat, maize j wool, and other'CuIotiial produce, will be receivedan'paymenti --'-i :i ? , ,' Mr. Raitic avails himself of the present opportunity to render public, that ? ,.-.?? ? ? ? .;. i - . ? ? .?? ? : - ; ? ' ; « -.-.-;..'? '???.?-.'? -ArSALE'BT XUCTIOM; V .-* \, ', -V-'--^ ' , will take place on liis .Premis...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

THE CONCERT. - The company assembled at the Concert-room, on Wednesday evening, was numerous and highly respectable — there could not, at the lowest computation,   have been, fewer than two-hundred and fiftv persons present — about one third of these, the ladies composed. Care had been taken since the preceding- concert to improve and preserve -as much of the sound as the deficiencies of the room, at least, in respect of its adaptation to the purposes of a concert-room would ad mit. To effect this desirable end, the eminent talents of Mr. Earle, were very happily employed. At the last concert it was found, that the niches of the three windows' behind the orchestra, as well as those at each side of the room absorbed a large portion of sound. It was therefore highly desirable and essential to re medy this defect. Mr. Earle hit upon a happy expe dient, and by the aid of his talen's and experience as an artist, fully succeeded. Those michievious vacancies were condemned to ...

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LORD MAYOR'S COURT, FEB 27. CURIOUS CASE.—THE CHAMBERLAIN OF LONDON v. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

XORD MAYORS COURT, Ved 27. CliniOUS CASK.— THt CHAMBltRU'AtN OF LONDON Y. JONB*. ilns was an action brought to recover n penalty^of 5/. fromthe defendant, for having carried on the merchandise of milk in tlie city of London, without having taken out his freedom. ' It was. proved by' the Chamberlain's clerk that the defendant 'had not taken out his freedom, that he had declared liis inability to do so', and that he had been, directed to': discontinue the merchandise', and quit forthwith. ' He happened,, he* said, upon crossexami nation, to drink milk, aud he supposed it to be a- perishable commodity. ( ' ? ' - ? ' Mrs. Re«ce said, that she had lired 'with' the defendant, at No. 13, Ppppin's-court, Fleet-street;- where lie and his wife and witness sold .milk. They used , to carry the merchandise about die City on their shoulders' and she rtcrer quarrelled with her master upon a baby's account,' or any other account,' upon her honour, -and she was a Welch woman. - - ' The Recorder.— Oh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

, - \ GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colontai, Secretary's Office, 'July 21, JS2n HpHE GOVERNOR HAS KEEN p£EA$JSD.,TC -*- appoint the following Gentlemen/ to4l-^!&& tratcsoft!ieTctritor- : viz. '--'I.'- &-9$imk - -R *h*r]-?8 Willinm *ratl, Ksquire, Major in the 3d iWiuieStfoi L--* ^''''d Lockycr, Esquire, Major in the 57th Hegiiucnt. ' '?v^-5,°,be-rt Town*oii, Esquire, L. L. D,. ' '. A«lMwa*sfr*«v , i^GeofgeCox, Esquire. - '^Sjsft*3^-*'' vw.;Alexa7idcr-MoLfo(l, Inquire '.'-'?.-. * ?A.reliiliald McLeotl. lisiiuiie, and Willnughby Bean, Esquire. - liy His Excellency's Commandi ? Alex.' M'Leay. '- ;^' Colonial Secretary's Office,' July 21, 1826. ' '- , .. CEDAR. 1 A LL . PERSONS WHO ARE DESIROUS OF .'V^ obtaining- Permission to cut Cedar on unlocfi tiid Ground, or to carry away Timber,: which1 has been already so , cut, are requested, to send in their, applications to the Colonial Secretary, without cleJny. in order that the Cedar ground liiay be . duly apportioned ; jaml ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDERS. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 13, 1820. (No. 33.) v' ' THE GOVERNO REAVING BEEN INFORM ED that Magistrates in the _ country give 'passes to prisoners einplo3'ed in the road' gangs, without the sanclion^of tlieir overseers, his -Excellency, in order to avoid the inconveni fiicc'arising from this practice, lias been pleased to order, that, llie Magistrates be requested not to sign a pass for any prisoner belonging to a road party,' or to any Government establishment, unless the applicant produce a certificate from bib, overseer, stat ing that' the indulgence is sought for, with his concurrence. - By His. Excellency's Command, -v * ' ' ' s ' .AliL'X. M'1/EAV.' CotbNiiL Secretary's Office, July 18, ,1820.' ) 340 . - ? ' . J ,' . #HEREAS MUCH INCONVENIENCE' IS occasioned by persons^bfinging forward old, claims, for compensation' for losses, which by an earlier repre sentation ~riiiglit have been* easily -set tied ; — notice is hereby given, tlmt no appeal to the li...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 July 1826

'We have insertod some remarks relative to, tile Chamber of Commerce, and othpr Colonial subjaSfcs- of .'great' interest.' . These remarks accord with the opinions of a xveig-Iity portiozi of our Readers — they „ are indeed tlicse opinions, embodied by a w.ortliy CJor Jrespondenf. ' ' ^ ,-..*' It'lnay seern singfiilar that abody of Merchants should be called upon to blend a flairs so opposite in their na ture as Commercial and agricultural affairs arc To iis, at the first bliisi), such a schemcappeared quite inconsis tent,, and ,ive jhave not yet ,,'bccn able to persuade our selves to add to.it the weight of our approbation. Jo ordinary Societies it would he impossible to unite in one common'.piiVsuifc' those- whose habits are different, whose occupations arc discordant, and whoseiinterests- 'frequently clash. The merchant and the farmer never agree in what they wnulil ask from the Legislature. XIjc landholder demands protecting- duties: ? The merchant likes nothing, so well as a fr...

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