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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.   George Rawlins, was charged on Wednesday, with em- bezzlement. It appeared from the testimony of several witnesses, that this man, who was employed by a Mr Hankinson, as a baker, was observed by another servant to be in the habit of disposing of small quantities of flour at sundry times, to a person residing in the neighbourhood. The employer became informed of this—the purchaser was spoken to, and admitted his having bought the small quan- tities alluded to, from the prisoner, who represented them as being his property. The man was ordered to stand com- mitted to take his trial, on the charge of stealing 7lbs. of flour, value 10½d.             An absentee from the Hyde-park Barracks' for eight days, during which period, be had been employed by a person to work, supposing him to be a free subject, was allowed an unprofitable exercise of a fortnight on the Tread-mill, and af...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

.rh,c .arrival *of .The Henry has enabled us to add considerably to our stock of Europe'an Intcllfgence. For tnuch of that which appeared In our last, we were indebted- to The Colonial Timee, through the medium' of which '\ve received ^hat which was intere'stipg'. Our packet of 'Newspapers to' the J 3th , of March .have come to hand, and our Readers will find* copious ex tracts fromctbem. We have not received ^''News- paper of so late- a date as that from which] ^he^' Co- lonial 'Times derived the paragraph Tespecting'-the conversation reported to^have occurred in theJHouse of Commons on the motion for. £1 1,942 for the ex pence of the Civil ^Establishment of tliis .Colony. There may be some error in the figures ; but,Jit can mt- be believed' that a London Newspaper would, fabricate a. conversation,' and puss ..it off as having taken place in the House of Comm/m's. -':, v i§»r- * ''It is' quite in the spirit'of Mr. Hume^ and, accord ing to his way of thinking, that this Colony shoul...

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CRIMINAL COURT.—(Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 July 1826

CRIMINAL COURT.-(Wednesday.)     The Court opened this morning, at a few minutes after 10 o'clock when the undermentioned prisoners under re- mand for sentence, were severally brought up, and placed at the bar.                             The Judge proceeded to pronounce the awful sen- tence of the law on the unhappy man-no day was named for carrying the sentence into effect.                 Joseph Lockett, and Thomas Cowell, the former con- victed of a highway-robbery, and the other as accessary       after the fact, were next put to the bar-Sentence of   death, was passed on the principal, and 14 years trans- portation on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

-... ?? .-, -FOR SALE, - tnVn| AT MR. C AMPBEL L'S STORES, THE CA1U.U | OF GREEN TEAS, just ? landed, fronr tl» fl 'JANE ELIZA, direct from Canton, mid which will be duposw n of, by the Package, at the following Prices— ? , ' 1 ' ? Hyson Skin, per chi'st, ,£6.* 1 . TwnnkayU^son, pt'r.cliL'st, ^£7 10s. I ~ Hyson, per half chest, £6 '10s. .. , , . f); I Young Hyson, per tliree quarter chest or ,501b. net, «£ ? Young Hyson, per half clu'at, «£\3 $*?? ' , . fl Gunpowder anU Iiuncrial, in tct^cattjr bov:s, pituf. j The shippers of the above Teas have pledged thcnuelvcsutt their superior quality- ?' ?' , ' A liberal alloivancc will 'bo made to wholesale purchasers. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT- OF CHINA SILKS,' Shawls, 'Cnmhlets, &c. &c. and J^O hags of J'.ioivu ^hv Cwn'UEtt's WHAjtv. ' ' ^^=wae=-ioBH. 1 SgtltltS :— Printed roaiKEPnoi-KirToiusBy Joks ouci ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

GOVERNMENT -.NOTICES. '?Coiiovitxh SsRnRTAR-v's Oi'kick, July 28, 1826. rpHE GOVERNOR HAS BEEN PLEASED TO r '.approve of the followjhg alterations in the Police : FarraniRtta— rHugh .Wallace Hassack to b& constable, vice JIugli 1'nylor, dismissed fur improper conduct. ~ Appointment to* boar date thb 13th hist. » ..''?* '( Liyorponl — Frederick Merirlith, sen. to bo district constable, - yacc J°lia Mass, resigned. . A,ppointincnt to bear date the 15th 5ntant.' ' - ? . - : ' . . , AppJn — Mnlnchy Ryan, to be chief constable, vice John Ma; loiiy_clism isicc 1 for improper conduct. Appointment to bear 'date 'the Oth inst. ' . - . ' Argyle— Jacob Wroughton, to be constable and gaoler, ' ,vice WilliamBarrv, removed to the vfr.inity of GoulUmi Plains. Appoint nientto'bear date the 20th inst. .' ' Wallis Plains — James Russel, dismissed for highly improper - conduct. * By His Excellency's Command, ' ' '- i ' ' , Aiiijx. M'Leay.' do-.oNTAVSBCKBTAu'y$&Vpri $ppt.Y 25, 1820. TO ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

The article which .we have extracted from^TiiE EunopEAN Magazine relative jto ' these Colonies,' will be peruipd with somu attention and some in terest.- ;Ifc will afford entertainment' and give - a de £nce of valibfaction, n6t so much on .account of tne Accuracy of the writer t «stAtertients, o'r 'the justness of iris infyren'ceb, for Jioth .those a/e, in'soinc;.instances, wide of the truth ; but/becaube the article itself con .;tains proof of.Mifr risiug importance of the Coloniesin Englandv of their encreasing attructlon, and that pe riodical writers beg-in to think them' a subject not unfitted for the exercise of their speculative opinions This'is what we want- — this is useful to the Colonies* and will assist to bring the Colonies into notice. Trifling shades of error are immaterial—— to be talked about is the point — to he frequently before the Eng lish public — -frequently the subject of ' conversational discussions. Errors of description will be corrected in' time, false the...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. A lank visaged, melancholy figure of a man, calling himself Bartholemew Duffey, or the faithful Hibernian, appeared on Monday, to answer to sundry minor charges, ready to be drawn out against him, in battle array. The first in order, was that of one of the night constables, who, "in words of learned length and thundering sound" took upon himself to explain the conca- tenation of events which had consigned the unlucky mortal then before his worship to the sordid, cheerless, comforts of the watch-   house, from whence he had been with night brawlers, and other descriptions of breakers of the peace of our sovereign lord the   King, his crown and dignity, brought up. And yet Duffey's of- fence was one of every day occurrence. The poor soul had, "with every step and musing gait," merely taken a stroll from his lodging, along George-street, and somehow or the other stopped right "aforenent," or opposite a certain strong tenement, vulgar- ly term...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

SHIP NEWS. On Saturday arrived the brig Fame, Wm.Cromarty, master, from Port Dalrymple the 21st of July. Lading, sundries. Pas-|   sengers, Mr. Nowland, Mr. T. Lucas, Miss Rulston, Mr. Inches, and Mr.R. Smith.             On Sunday sailed the brig Nereus, Capt. Clements, for Liver- pool— the brig John, on a speculative voyage—the brig Industry,     for the Cape of Good Hope—the brig Jane EIiza, for Canton. On Saturday the ship Lady Rowena, for London. Passen-   gers, Mrs. Woods, widow of Lieut. Woods, late of the 3d regt. or buffs ; Drs. Kelly and Doyle, R. N. W. Maxwell Shaw Stewart, Esq. Lieut. Pigot, with a detachment of invalids.   On the 3rd inst. are expected to sail, the brig Ann, for Lon- don—the cutter Speedwell, for Port Dalrymple—the brig     Dragon, for Hobart Town—the cutter Governor Arthur, for &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

PUBLIC NOTICE.     Colonial Secretary's Office, August 1, 1826. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE obtained Certificates during the last Week ; viz. CERTIFICATES.             Almorah (2)— Mathew Moran Ditto — Robert Swirt Asia (i)-Thomas Blott         Ditto—William Smith   Atlas (4)— George Mason   Coromandel (3) — Barnard Riley             Ditto— Samuel Taylor       Ditto — John Wooffinden           Ditto — Robert Swaine         Dick — James Wharf               Dorothy — John Dolan &...

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THE COLONIES OF GREAT BRITAIN. NEW HOLLAND—VAN DIEMEN'S LAND (THEIR COASTS, COMMERCE, AND PRODUCTIONS.) (From the European Review.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

THE COLONIES OV GIlEAT BRITAIN. t^^'^HOMVAND-^VAN, niEMEN'R r.ANT). ('tiiEIU ;:'',*CdXSTS, ^ICOBrMERCE, AND PlfOpUCT^ONS^) : -.;?-.& ::J-rf .?.;.-: :,w (From the Euronean' Reviews) ^ ' .; .' - f *Hur Prin.CJPai 'bject, in the sort ofnrratieemont we have adopted; with r.espect to the succession 'of pnuers'on nny given subject, js— -(and weennnot too stronoly impress this ppintionithe reailer's; attentjon)r— 'nlvvays to'keep in view ^??c (..^-aiiii; cveiub.iuaiiaHecc me importance or the bearings of that subject. ' ; -; ''..? '-.:. ??'.?:? --%IS^ :: ?'?'-: . ,'-.:'; ?. . -The great variety of intellicencevwhicli lins lately arrived From our 'Australnsinn.terrirories, -hns -induced viis'to select those colonies for 1 the subjects ef the present pnper; but in doing so we.bnye' no intention of entering; info elaborate detnils, either of-a'gepKrnpliical orfStatistical lmturp, with respect to the vnst continent ofySTew HdllandV or the fertile ulandof '-Van Diemen's Land ^Thie stupe...

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SUPREME COURT.—(Saturday.) Klensendorlffe v. Oakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 August 1826

SUPREME COURT-— (Saturday.) Klensendoriffe v .Oakes. This was an action brought by the plaintiff to recover damages for a malicious prosecution instituted by the de- fendant.— The damages were laid at 10001. The declaration in this action contained two counts. The 1st set forth that the defendant on the 17th day of   November last, at Parramatta, went before Mr. James M' Arthur, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the colony, and charged plaintiff with having feloniously   killed and slayed an ox, the property of said defendant. On this charge the Magistrates granted a warrant, autho-   rising the taking into custody the body of plaintiff, and bringing his person before the Magistrates, at the police bench at Cawdor. That the said plaintiff was arrested, remained in custody for the space of seven days; and was eventually-committed to take his trial before the Supreme   Court. The Attorney General refused to present an in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

? Supreme Coutt. ? ?.Sheriff's Office, Aug. 4, 1 826 Lucns v, Sutherland % fTpIIE SIIERIPF..WILL CAUSE TO BE PUD -«- up by AUCTION, on Friday n«'xr, the 12tl instant, .it cluvcn o'clock, on the prcmiscs-of the above defend anr, No. 0, in George- street, all his STOCK in TRADE ? con sistnigof prints, bi-d furniture,' slops, blankets, Irish linen, Jon cliillis, calico, table covers, nankeens, ' benver hats, bonnets ' handkerchiefs, lace, ribbands, tapes, bobbins,' &c. window glas of sizes, .tumblers, ivine glasses, coftce, cheroots, two sliev glasses, &c, the property of the above defendant, unless this ex edition be previously satisfied. ?FOR' LONDON' DIRECT, TriTH ALL POSSIBLE DESPATCH, rg^HE GOOD BRIG PAIRPfELD, A. ]., . J*- coppered and copper fastened, J. Work, Com - -mancler — has the greater phrt ofher enrgo engaged. ' For frcighl . . or passage apply to the Captain, on board ; or, to . ' - ,- ? ' ' Gforge Bunn, , ? 98, Gco'rge-streot . '. bTI^rancis ~ ' toegs t...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

SHIP NEWS. Oii.Thursday arrived -the government brig Amity, from Port Mnc-quarii*. ? ' This day Bailed tlie brig Ann, for; London 'direcr.. ' Same clay, the ship John Barry, for Hoimrt Town, willruart )( Hie j\ew Ssoulli Wales Veteran Corps. Passenger, Alexander IVarreu, Estj. ? \ , _ s Also, the brig Dragon, for the same place. Passengers, Hi-ssrs. Unrke mul J. Itodd. - Thti governiiu'iit sciniurier Tsahella, Capt. Penson. is shortly ?xpected lc- sail for R/elvilli^Islaiid, with Mnjt-r Campbell nnd ft letaclitiKUi of trooj)i, to the relief of Cnplaiu JBariutv and his ?Jriy. ? . '

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SYDNEY' MARKETS.—(Aug. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

SYJJNEY MAR.KKTS.~- (Aug. 3i) The prfylrcijim of grain nt ihe Maiket this morning has'been u.vtiemely smnll — it not amounting to tm-ru lha'ti 700 Bushels of Wheat, and rather more of Maize, with a much smaller shew of Baric v—T (he trade, however, luis not undergone any llnctuatio/i in point nf. value — buyers bein^ aware that to-day s moderate supply was only casual — so that there 'is scarcely, any alteration observable in prices, ?? The Flourjuarket has been brisk. No. of bushels sold ' ,, . £ s. d. ? . CO . - ' - sold at per Bush. 0 8 0 7K - ' ?- - 0. 7 6 3 5a ?- /- - - - -' 0 7.0 .59 - - .... -,069 ' -'HO ',. ??.'?- - ' - - . 0 '66 ao *???? - :??.-?'? - - o 6 3 ?30 ,- - ..- -- ? l- 0 '6 0 .- Avorage.tCricja:iif-VWieat' - jf 0 7 3 - Ditto of maize ' - . 0 2 10 . ,-llarley - - ? - 0 4 0 Fine ii'lour 20s. Od. stg. per cwt, ,' Seconds' do. 18s, Od; per do. ? Pollard, 2s. Od. per mishel., ?' I! ran.-' Is. (id. ditto. Potatoes, '8s. Od. to los. Od. perjjewt.; fowls,, 3s.' Cd. to 4s....

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

To the Editor of the Australian. Sin, Your observation of the circumstance attending the procouring of Cedar and the ullamate result that must follow leascing of the Govornment Cedar. Grounds wliich von so correct! v nb'sbrvprl' in your last number merits the thxnksbf the opperative class of iri .duslress people. It appears by your observations t!iu Govern mci)t have it in contemplation to lease the Ce.lar grounds, (which I assure you are very small as are at preasent geneially' ki^own of,) and it also appears to me by I-Iis Kxcelleiicy the Go-' verner's order of the 2lst inst it is there intention to do so and that wiih the very best of motives, for they invite all persons who may be inclined to trade in Cedar to make there applycations without delay .that, the cedar Ground may be. duly apportioned, by which they, may think they serveingthe applycants froin the very natureof applycations allready made, which complys witli thu Government request, and further that persons may hnve a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES.   ill '''|H i CoT.rtNIAT, Sncn.ETAltY'a OFFICE,, JUI.Y 28, 1.820. THE GOVERNOR. HAS BEEN PLEASED TO approve of tut* f-»7!iMvJi^altcrationYin the Police i P.irranintta — Hugh, Wallace Habsnck tp be constable,' vice JIuqh'Tavlor, dismissed for improper conduct. ,, Appointment to bear date tlio 'ISth'inst. \ . ' Liverpool — Frederick Mcridith, sen. to be district constable, ~s'cc John Moss, resigned. Appointment to bear date the 15th intanl#- i '- ?*» ' ' .. ' ' ' i Appin — jtfalachy Tlyan, to be, chief constable, vice John Ma }nni' dismissed^ ibr^ improper ''conduct., Appointment to bear tlatu 'the -jtn inst. ,'''?' Argyfe— Jacob Wroughton, to be constable and gaoler,, vice '\VilIia«-Bairy, removed to the vicinity of Goulburn Plains. Appo'nt Hient to bear. date the 20lh inst. - ' ' 1 Wallis Plains— James RusscI, dismissed for highly improper CQirducf. ' . - - - ?By. His .'Excellency's Command, '' , '-.'—- ,.. %«-.-!. -. .. ' , . Alex. M'Lcay. foLONTAL ...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

MISCELLANEOUS MEtFS. v Parricide and Mcrdhb. — I-'ahis, Jan. 30. — A shoe maker, nurnffl Champion, lesiding in tlie commune 'of On naing, ami nrrondUserut'iit of Valeiicionnts,. was tried .on tbe 2-lth instant, before the Courc of Assize of Douai, for the murder of his father and sister. The following are the f.icts of this hoir.lile c;\-.e :— Tlie f.wherof tlie prisoner htid^ sometimes .maltreated him, because he refused to break off his connection with a »irl by whom he had a child. Hi* 'outer, it appears, encouraged .her rather in his harsh treat ment of her brother, ami the latter conceived the rliaLolicnl -project of-uiuiderin«£ them b'rth. On the 3d of hist Nov Ch.impiun supped with his father and sister. I Immediately after the nieui the two hitter retired to. bed, leaving Cham, pi'in at work.' About eltveti- o'clock, Champion, took n hfifvy hiMutner. and'n small .anvil, x\ud after putting out the the fi»!tr, «ent to his sister's room, stole'softly 10 the bed side.u-jcertaine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

' SALE nY*AUCTION. IN TriR SUP RBmITgO I fRT OF NEW SOUTH,.WALES. . In 'the matter of Thomas Kcrshaw, deceased. ' J»Y Mil. 1MUE, - On Thursday vtlic 10th m -.ta'nt^at eleven o'clock in the foreno in , upon the premises, in Pitt street, Sydney ? \ ''** ALL T HA' T - C A P I T A L BRICK-BUILT ' -C^LMVELLlNCr-HOUSK, standing, situate, Win ind being ,on the east side of Pitt-street, Sydney, between Market and. Park-streets, together with the piece of land (C\\ s \-y lease from the crown) upon which the same stnndb creeled containing by admeasurement 33 rods; together with all and ' singular the appiirtenituccs-thcreiuito belonging ;- which were tlio property of the late Ttiuinas.Kersliaiv, deceased! , ? ^ A good and legal title ;wi|l,be--mad.e to, the same, and Wai possession Riven, upon payment of the purchase money. rpor lull particulars, application is requested to be made to the auc tioneer; or, to i ! . I ' ^ JMoo'ue' & Keith, Solicitors,, George-street. ' NEW AND USRTFU'L ...

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THE FATE OF THE NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

THE FATE OF THIS NEW tj2OOKS. - Observe how books^riow-a-days . are torn to pieces, gutted, cooked, a'n'd served up to the table of the reading public ! On the .very ihornirig of the birth of- a fine, pro mising book,. the great press-gang of the united kingdoms surrounds the gates of its nativity. In lour-aiui-twenty hours time, all ihe crack-chapters are in half the, new- rooms o'f England. Triple the time, and they are delighting an old gentleman in Oikney. Then rpse winged weeklies, the various Luerary Gazettes j who, by a single stamp of their foot, are wafted a,' hundred milts in ten hours, are all let loose on the vol. and the leaves are Scattered over all the diawing-room rosewood tables, from St. Michael's Mount to Cape Wrath. The hundred Magazines,' after the storm is somtwhat abate.!, are ^liea'rd pat'teriflg, and ru&lling,.nnd spouting away over town and country. In a few weeks all is hushed, except when some Itiggardly editorless, or ten ?editur'd periodical, gi...

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DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. SMALL NOTES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMOKS. SMALL NOTES BILL. .1 he. order of the da3- having been read, Mr. Hume said, it wns with sorrow ho' had heard the ri-»ht honorable gentleman opposite '(Mr. Huskisson) retrace the pin ciple soch-arly and ably set f9.'th, in the buliioii report, that, l-Hpi.r, convertioie into gold, was a currency better suited to the ci/cums'ances of this country than any other th'at could bo di vised- A; purely metallic currency would be. too burdens me in. point' of charge; a mixed currency was es.-cntial to the c m plicated and extensive transactions o'f a country so eniii:e,it in r--onii!ierce as this. The main argimient of I he-' right hoiii lende manwas; that the issue of small notes by the ct u itry b' nkeis was an'inioifi'rcnce with the prerogative nf t)\o Crrmn. Ifthi- were so, why did hi- |-rupii«-' lo lfji\j- Jlieiu lh:» light ofti^siiiii' 61. oiid 101. notes? W.-ta not the* intcrA-it-m -? .is {{teal in the imt instil net; as jullie olht-r? Tlio nimugenl, if...

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