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NEWCASTLE GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

NEWCASTLE GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT.   The Grand Jurors of our Sovereign Lord the King, now assembled in the town of Newcastle, the 15th   day of August in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, present to the Court of Quarter Sessions, that they have visited, the Gaol of Newcastle, which, on attentive examination, they found clean and in good order—the provisions good, sufficient and wholesome— the Gaol itself sufficiently spacious for the accommodation of this district. The Grand Jurors cannot avoid remarking—the bad state of   the public wells in the town, one only, out of two, being imperfectly covered. The Grand Jurors present the delapidated state of the Wharf at Newcastle. The Grand Jurors have felt it their duty to visit   the Church-yard, which, for want of a fence, has been made a thoroughfare, pigs being permitted to root up the graves. They have also examined the ruinous state of the Church, and f...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

'To the Editor of The'- Australian. , Slit - ' ? ' * ? . i . Public Free Grammar School, 19ib Aujt. 1096. Some notice of the long and ridiculous tirade of the Editor of the Sydney Gazette, in his number of this day, may be not improper, for .exposure of the misrepresentations, bv which it is narked. Had -lie, with his former show of candor,- annexed my ettcr to bis critique, this exposition would be' unnecessary. I am surprised that he should advert to the action, ' Doctor [Ialloran, \'ersns Edward Smith Hall, Esquire?' in the courseof which, tins' Editor's .testimony' 'disgusted and astonished the Court, and the auditors ; as being entirely at variance from the sentiments of 'grateful csterm,' for the'plaintifT, expiessed in n then recent document, written by his ntun hand-! Hut, this is, perfectly characteristic. *? lid is causistvntf only in iiicmisiitenc.'i '' That my lutler of the 16th insfahl, which the Editor of the -.-dney Gazette thought fit to suppress, (for* reasons, wide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

' ' PUBLIC NOTICE. Colonial Srcrbtary's Office, August 22, 182(5/ TliE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAyE obtained Ciirtirifutes daring- the last Week j vizi '',.''-? ? CRRTI^ICATBSj Aganiemnon — Thomas Thomson Almorah (2)— James Newman Ditto— :Jphn Mc'Stay , . . . ', .,.,-. Ditto- -Richard Carpenter ' ' - ' . Coromajidel (3) — Silas Norris' ' ?- ....'. . ?' X)itlo — Edward Sparrow » ? '''..,'? Ditto— John Cooper . . . Ditto—George Dudley - ' ,.'.., m Dorothy — Matthew Kelly t Ditto— James Kerr ' _ Earl St. Vincent (l)— Patrick Geharty, or Geraght 1 Eliza (I)—1 William Tracey j)itt0 — Joseph Mangen . ' 'Ditto— Samuel ?Tohnson ' ' . . ' ' ' Hadlow (2)— WilliamDriscoll ' f. . Ditto— John Malony. John Bull— Ann- Knne. Mana (1) Ann Thornlev^NcpUinc -3)— John Evans, ^h«-ni» Knig lit. Prir.Ce of Orauge— William Giles. Recovery (i; John Sill. ' *''.' TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED. Asia 1— Samuel Dean,' for being found in a house of ill-fame ^aEliza5.:-WiUiam Maxwell, for harbouring, in his house a '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

ANNO SEPTIMO GEORGE IV. REGIS (No. 5.)       By his Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph Darling, Captain- General and Governor-in-chief of the Territory of New South     Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council.         [An Act for the tranportation of offenders to Penal Settle- ments, and for the more effectual punishment and security of the same. WHEREAS, BY AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT,   passed in the sixth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled an Act for punishing offences com- mitted by transports kept to labor in the colonies, and better regulating the powers of Justices if the Peace in New South Wales — His Majesty is empowered to issue an order in Council, to authorise the Governor for the time being, administering the government of any of his Majesty's, foreign possessions, colo- ...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

To the Editor of the Jlaitnu**.. SlB- , p it- Kws of its interim! rcgu In speaking of the : colony, ^^JL^ Bgricu.ture. it lations. of its resourc ... o^ -ts njdj comparisons and co« elusions, as if it .were,a'^nV of Jcry recent formation, and when in truth it 13 fOnly n . colon v 01 c y conipnriBOI,, lo be only within *»-«« fevV- »»7tL-d for its government, as at drawn, and such «B\J»U0^^ ^ economy, the Colonial „«.- rord with what is ca led, ? P» lU'' b oftin been induced to -ohWe thfmsource^nd c»i.,r. of «,c V^^^^ibTS Bolunics; witli 'tin? rewurcc* which this colon- m»J rcasonaoij ut ^'SSrUmfrS father the end T havein viewb/W doiMc 'i'wW 1 'o, no ' o LervntionN made in this- compar.son- lu ing settled as ^V^^X^^Tm^nS^. causes of the rapid pros K-ntj ot uil r*0'' * . . settled in Jamaien, the .principal settlement of the b ng ,»! . wbj seUUd m the first. Instance by the Buccaneers and 0 her | g JJ » !»o»J .ca-. They were afterward, joined by ilie r P'J' «' ^ fllf' from Enulandaf th...

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CAPTAIN BISHOP AND THE FIVE ISLANDS To Andrew Allen, Esq., Sydney. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, AUG. 10, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

CAPTAIN BISHOP AND THE FIVE ISLANDS. To Andrew Allen, Esq., Sydney       COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, AUG. 10 1826. Sir, I am directed by the Governor to transmit for your information, the accompanying copy of a communication received from Captain Bishop, with its enclosure - in explanation of the circumstances detailed in a statement lately made by Thomas Ready, a free man in your employ. I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient servant, ALEX. McLEAY. (COPY.) To the Hon. Alexander McLeay, Esq. Colonial Secretary, &c. &c. &c. ILLAWARRA, AUGUST 6, 1826.             Sir,— In reply to your Letter of the 29th ult. respecting a       statement which Thomas Ready made of me, I beg to refer you to the enclosed affidavit of Mrs. Woolehan, for his Excellency's     information : she was p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

The Directors of the Bank of New South Wales surrendered       the contested point with the Public with a tolerable grace, and in tolerable season, considering how pertinaciously they re- fused to accept with one hand of of the dollar at four and four- pence, which they had disbursed with the other at the same rate. In making this extorted concession, it would have been quite as satisfactory had they forborne to mix up with the question any other persons connected with the Bank, or to have attempted to convince the Colony that the obnoxious demand was never pe remptorily made upon any one who had to take up one of the bills for which dollars had been given, or which had been con- verted into a sterling denomination at the rate of four and four pence. Much as former Directors erred in the management of the affairs of the Bank-it may truly be said of them that they did not attempt dirty actions with the public, and much as the Directory as it now...

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NEWCASTLE QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

NEWCASTLE QUARTER SESSIONS. Before Messrs. Carter, F.Allman, Alexander M'Leod,   George Brooks, Willliam Ogilvie, Robert Scott, Edward Charles Close, and F. B. Gibbs; — Isaac Homes and Anthony Diamond was indicted for stealing a parcel containing linen from the house of John Stronach, at Wallis' Plains. Guilty. Holmes one month, and Diamond seven months at hard labour in the House of Correction. The prisoners had been already confined for this offence five months.   William Foxley,for receiving two phlemes, the property of the Rev G. A. Middleton, knowing them to have been stolen. Acquitted. P'atrick Campbell for receiving a pair of blue trousers, the property of Anthony Dwyer, knowing them to have been stolen. Acquitted.           Joseph Dargon Jun. (a currency youth) for an assault on a constable. Acquitted   James Connolly for an assault; Acquitted Anthony Dhmioud, for. an assault on Franci...

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STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

STANZAS. O I do not think bccMiise I smile., ^ My bosom's fiee from sorrow, The flover that l.lrnvs lo day, nwhiJe, May witlier'o'ur to morrow'. The brightest joys Hint life adorn, May fci'l'nusfortiiiic's Jionr ; And e'en Ihu 'blushes of tlio morn, , He followed with a.sliowerT The bud of hope inny blossom fair, But bjigliled dioop and inngtiteli ; Awl pleasure's eye urou'dim with enre And love bo lost in nnguiali ? Then do notthiuk becnuscil smile, ?My bosom's free from sorrow ; For hope to-day, blows nwllik-, And. wither ere to ' morrow'.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

SHIP N£WS. , Arrived^ yesterday, the schooner AligalflykThomas Farlay, coimuauder, froiii^PoTt Dairy mpfc; from whence she sailed tlfe 28th July— -lading 2,000' bushels of wlient, and one ton of jid tafocs.-7-Passotigers, Mrs. Farlny, .iml Mr., John Maycock. Sailed, on -Thursday, for the sperm whnle fishery, the barque Pocklington. , ,' . The ship Henry is expected to sail for Hob.rrt Town' some, lime to-da3*. „ ,? , ?

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"THE AUSTRALIAN,"—AND "THE SYDNEY GAZETTE." COMPARATIVE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

' THE AUSTRALIAN,''— AND ' THE SYDNEY GAZETTE.' COM1-AI{ATIVK SALE. It is now nearly twelve months sincv we proved, by affidavits' made by 'Tiiu Ausm.\T.fAX,' r-ii(l 'Tnsr Svi^m.y Ga ssRTTr.,' tliat the sai.k of The Australian exceeded lli-; «I« iif The Gazette: to the extent of one iiuxdkeu '? ANO.'s'isvijx.Ty i;iuiri ^upius ui viiuii ixiimuer j 'l'he Sydney Giizettn made Oatli, that' 576 impressions of tlint Paper were thrown olF oil the day of pnblicntion. As these 576 included ten Copii'S, which became waste. p:ipcr,pon being Used' by the Compositors, fur correcting the Press— —included nine given away to the Printers — I'nc/ndtd. -silicon', cuit of eijrlitecn, for warilcd to Government-House' — included twenty-eight retained in llie. Gazette Ofllcc for casual sale, — mid finally included nine, teen Subscribers, who had discontinued receiving the Gazette, just nfter Ilia Sale, was sworn to — tlic«e ma'cing nltii-;t!(her lOi Copies, and as these 102 Copies should In; deducted fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

En n ATA.-r-Tn the .Let tor ,of ? the- Head? Master inserted m ,o.nr last — in line 8, of paragraph 5, for ' writing,' read ' writhing';'\ in line 2, of 'paragraph 0, for prostrute,' read f\ protrude.' ' ; NEW* AND USEPUL-PUBLICATION; On'iSale at j\Ir. Pa'ul'sj 'George-street, - ' ? PniCEfONE SHILLING', A CARD, CONTAINING ACCURATE AND compendious Tables' for reducing' curroncy-moi ney to sterling.'-an'd'lhe contrary. iTlie dollar is rated at four shillings and foufpencc.' . '»' -? ? '. -? *' ? ' '? :,. . '-' , By this card, , which will 'be found equally useful to the.mcr chant, farmer, ,pr mechanic, the number of dollars, cents, and ractional parts' 'contained in one pound 'sterling1 to ,^£'500; may be seen at ag/ance.'as well as the relative/ value bettveencur rency and sterling money, from Id and upwards.; , ' i ' : ... KORSALK, - ' AT MR. CAMPBELL'S STORES, THE CARGO OF GREEN TEAS, just landed, from the JANE ELIZA1, direct from Canton, and wliich will be disposed of, by the Pack...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

THE CONCERT.   Mr Edwards had his benefit concert on Wednesday evening, and a tolerably gratifying one it was; there appeared to be full 300 persons present, there may have been more, and scarcely was there one countenance amongst the entire (and of the fairer sex; sans doute, not a few were remarkable for feminine elegance), but appeared lit up with smiles of satisfaction. The Lieut. Governor, accompanied by Col. Dumaresq, the Brigade Major, and several other "brethren in arms," honored the assembled auditory by their presence. About half past 7 o'clock the overture to Lodoiska commenced. The slow, plaintive, dirge-like strains, with which the first part of this piece abounds, pealed on the ears of all, as ' like the death knell of a departed' friend,' as any piece of "musing melancholy" we know of; as   it swelled by degrees into harmonious loudness,this   melancholy became chased away, the mellow toned horns echoed softly and sweetly, the wa...

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PREDICTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS OF ENGLAND WITH RESPECT TO INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

PREDICTIONS OF'TIIE OOVERNMEIT PRESS OF ENCtAND 'WITH-' K ESP LOT -TO INDIA. CFrom. ihe Oriental Herald, for March.) Ouit readers m India win no oouut nave -nearu ui jyj.r. Murray's' new Morning Paper, ' The Representative'; but as it is' not usual to distribute papers through the Colonies n.^lUmnt dfuendencies of England without some security 'lor payment, in return,it is probable Hint lew copies oi me paper in question have'yet reached India. For the infoi 'inafums-, theieof, of those who may desire to know what is. said' by I'lhis- ne'w organ of the sentiments of Ministers (for such 'it' may no doubt be safely considered) on the subject of India, and the intended amelioration of its in 'sVutkjii, .we select from the 3d Number of the journal named, the following portion of its leading.atticle : ? -If extent' of. territory, fertility of soil, v.iriety of pro-' duulion, and a population exceeding in amount the greti tfst empire uV Kiirope,- could hy their combination .excite the att...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (AUG. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

; S V r .'» TV V. V TVT A K K F?rS -(Aug. 24.) .-The. few arnvalsof grain tlmt our . innrket has been supplied with during the past month, have been principnlly from the inte rior, by land carringe j and ^continuance «-f tho;sair.e/'nioderate supplies to-day, has induced purchasers to buy up with avidity,' though not more tlian wlml is required foi present supply. Maize still preserves a dull sale, nlllionyh it is not expected to be the least 'depreciated in value, l-'loiu is a trifle dearer this week. * ' The number 'of bushels' sold, consisted . of, ' ' ' '' ! r ' ? ? £ s. d. ? ? CO ? ' - - sold tit per Bush. 0 . 9 0' . Q-2 - . -, - .' y- - O - 8 0 I'll - - .-, - O 7 6 ' 10O , - . - . - - -0 7 0 y(- ??-.?-. - r i - -066 'Average Price 6f;Wli«it - £ 0 7 7 i , Ditto of maize -O*3O , 'Barley ' - , - 0-3 6 , , Fioe L'lour 20s.'0d. stg. perewt. Seconds do. 18s. O-l.'pcrifo. , ' ' - J?oliard, 2s. Od. per bushel ' Bran. Is. Gd. ditto. Potatoes, -fis.'Od. to lls. Oil. per cwt.j fowls, 3s....

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COMPARATIVE CONTENTS PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

3OM PA ItATlVK'- CUNT ENTS: of 'The Australian*' and Sydney Gazette. ?' Tlie Australian contains not onc-lialf in point nf ijiinntiti/.' rSvdnev Gazette, Aim. 12.1 PROOF. The Act No. 5, occupies one column anil a 'quarter of the Gazette — the same A-ct occupies only three .quarters of a column of ' The Australian.'' . At this rate Ib'en twelvk columns of ' Tlie Australian' would contain as much as twenty' columns ol me uazette. *? - 'ANOTHER1* PnOOF. ' ' The above''Act occupies -one hundred and seventy-three lines in the Gtizette, and only one hundred and thirty-eight rin t'\ The Australian*'-— xheicfore, using llu: uiultiplo twenty — 276'0Tmes of ' The Australian' are equal to 3460 lines of the Gazette. The. lines of ' The Australian'' are long, and the types arc not only apparently; but really small. \ . * ANOTHER. PROOF. ' . , The Ant No. 5, the Proclamation of the lotli, the Government Notice. of the 10th, the Government Notice, of the lSlh.andlone of the lttli, fill two .column...

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ENGLISH TRIALS. EXCHEQUER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

ENGLISH TRIALS. EXCHEQUER. . Death, in the Pot. — The Kingv. Sadler mid Firlh — This w:is an information filed by, the Attorney General iigaiiist the twin defendants, who are mustard and pepper merchants, for the recovery of certain penalties which tht-v had, incurred, m having bold udulteraied pepper as genuine 4- — The Solicitor-General stated the case. Gentlemen — You have, no doubt, heard of'tUu woik of a man, who, fmm chymical observations, has proved that one-half what «e drink isdtle'rerious. matter. Bin I have an idea that J\Ir. Ac cum would' t find himself strangely mistaken if he went to 87, Greai Guilford-street, for he would there find that the pepper; which u?s adulterated; was so tieated, not to the amount of one-half1 or -out-third, but that instead' of a 100 cwt. of pepper, there were in that quantity of sup posed pepper, ;ihoui 961b! which was not pepper. This precious commodity is'fwrineii of 4 1 It', of chilies, which is one of the speciosof pepptr, -lib. of groun...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

-To the Editor of the Australian. ' ^Sm,— As the c inductor or n .spirited ? ana , consistent Journal, ever Ibremost and'eompt^ent to expose and hold up to censure, acts, on the part of government,, which nmy „,;*-- trnm n want of' forcsinlit, or from t\ want of known)'' the resources, and what would most lenu 10 oenent inose tor ?whom it ltgislates, I address myself to -you. Without fnrllier 'circumlocution then you .ire t«- be infiumcd, that I am what is 'termed a tkipper, or master, of a smnll Colonifd-built.vcssd. At ''the desire of my owner I cleared out from Port Jackson nt the latter end of last mont'i, with a genera! cargo for Hobart Town. 'After a-prolonged- passage- of tudnty-oue days,1 E got there— : distliann-d i»7 freight, n'nii decided on immediately, proceeding toOysler flay, totfike from thence a cargo of potatoes fnrtiyil ney—for peifonainj; which I -was to receive such- a sura as would iaye amply rcjnunerated my owner'; and have left n fair profit1 U- this freighte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

Jo Advertiskhs.— iiy. rffore/ice to attiflnvits, made on lie -alf of ' U'lie-Auslralian,' and also of c!ie Syclni'y Gnzetto, it vill be seen that thu snle of each number of ' Th'e Australian,' -scecds the sale of each number of the? Gazette, by one ijun ottizn asd seventy-eight,' ( vide also, the aviicle comparative ?,ale iucnwtlier column.) THEAlJSTliAI.lAN SYDNEY, AUGUST 26, 1S20

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. William Rowan, who has been in the habit of officiating as a scribe in the barracks, was charged on Wednesday with having unjustly possessed himself of a black coat. A dwell- ing house, it appeared, situated on the South Head road,   was entered during the proprietor's absence, about the middle of last month, and robbed of a variety of fashiona- ble and unfashionable wearing apparel, but no traces of the latter or of the thieves could be discovered before Tuesday last, when one of the articles, a tolerably fine and well   made black coat was recognised on the prisoner's person — The latter, on being questioned, could neither explain the gros marchand from whose shop it may have first travelled, nor the tailor who had taken upon himself to make a coat of it, and finding those questions becoming very troublesome and difficult to answer, took to his heels, but was pursued, secured, and brought before the Bench. The prisoner's   a...

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