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

GOVERNMENT. NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 10, 182G. TO liE SOLD l\Y PUBLIC 'AUCTION, ON Monday, the 28th instant, .the ROUND HOUSE of tlie Hulk Phoenix, ns it now stands. The purchaser to lake it down nnd remove it .11 his own risk. ' [ TERMS. — Prompt payment in British money or Dollars ut 4s. -Id. -'?..- ?, ? ? . * By. his Excellency's . Command, , ,' 'Alex.M'Leay. ' ' PUBLIC NOTICE. ?? ?- , CoLONIATj-SECnETARY's OfFJCE,' AlJGUST 22, .1 S2(-. rWMIE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE JL obtained Certilie;ites during* the last Wieli ; viz. ; '. .? '. i .CERTIFICATES. Agamemnon — Thomas Thomson Almorah (a)— Jnmos Newman Ditto — John IMc'Stay . ? ? Ditto- -Richard Carpenter Coromandel (3) — Silas Norris Ditto— Edward Sparrow                   Ditto— John Cooper Ditto— George Dudley Dorothy— Matthew Kelly         D...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 August 1826

In the* course of our disquisitions on the state Q' tne Colony, we have, spoken truths whicl} tnay not be very palatable to some people ; we have advanced positions nrhich mav anncar startlinir, inasmuch as they combv.t ome of the popular errors 'which have got entangled I'ith. this,'', as they do with all other .subjects. The lore, nevertheless, our sentiments' arc examined, the nore' just' and accurate will they be found ; and be' ure we rcHaquish the interesting topic, to advert to ithcrs of a more ephemeral nature, we do think it will ?e admitted oa'all hands, that our labours have had a iseful 'direction, and will be attended with useful re ults. * ' % The very critical state of the Colony as to its general, not in ludingils political, affairs, engages general attention on account f the monicd interests which are involved, and -on accoont of, he unexpected dilemmas ;of- clas'ses'which have- hitherto been egarded as soaring t« wealth and influence, but whose exalted xcuisions ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

?? -? ? .'?.:.? - ? stride. * ; %:??; ; nnb COVER THIS SEASON, AT PETERSHAM, -fi- that celebrated thorough .bred English Blood Horse STRIDE, Jalely the pfo'perfy of Mr.. John Pcisley, of Parramallii. This horse is well known as the Sire or Currency Lad and Currency Lass— and his get arc distinguished for their action, bottom, and docility. ' ' '-_ '. V.S ?'..' .'?? ; 'Terms — HO dollars, aud a dollars gr'oomage. Good Pnthlocks for .Marcs' at 2%. per week. -The 'service; 'giooiriage, and keep, to' be pnid, if required, -before thu Marcs are taken tiwny.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

SHIP NEWS. Monday, the ship Indian resumed her voyage.       Yesterday, the brig Lord Rodney, for Port Dalrymple.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. \ CoirONUL Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 182(i. THE KING'S INSTRUCTIONS FOU THE disposal of Lund, having' Been submitted by the Governor, to the Executive Council. hi? Excellency is hereby pleased to notify, that it lias been determined, that nil ' Tickets of Occupation' now in force, shall cease, am! determine on the 1st day of March, 1837,. and, that persons desirous ofbb tairting the temporary occupation of land, for'th:; purpose of grazing, will be required in future, to 'pay a rent, at * the rate of twenty shillings sterling -per annum, ff-r every one- hundred acies; and further, *to quit the same, on receiving six months notice to that effect. ' * By His, Excellency's Command, ,,, ?'?-'- -, Alux. M'Leay. PUBLIC, NOTJCE.. .s 7'' Colonial Seckkt.auy's Office', August 29, 1826. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE obtained Certificates during1 .the lust,Weck ; viz. ''.' ' CERTIFICATES.. * , ' '? .Agamemnon — John Davis ' ' ' .Ditfo— Thomas Gribb XHilo— William. Scrfv...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

- ? COMMISSARIAT. CoM.MissAu.iAT.O-F.Pieji,' Sydney, Auo 17, 1820. WANTBD, rll IS U. NT) E R ai ENTIONED ARTICLES being immediately required for the Public Ser ice, Porsuns desirous of furnishing' the whole, or any nvrt thereof, are invited to semi their Proposals to his OHicp, sealed find marked, ': Vender' by 12 ('clock of 'Friday the 1st day of September, next. 200,000 -Lsith nails '? . 200,000 Shingle nails ,,..'. Jl-,OOp., Quills- ; .f . ' - 50 . Reams of foolscap paper1 u ' 5' Cwt. plumbers' solder ?- * 72 ' Carpenters*' rules * iif) P.laisterer«'' trowels f ifi : Pairs iiwitcli pl.'ine.s , \ *? - (»' ' Stamlii-i^A'ycos 12' -' -Plough pUj}ca,'Vv, ?'-' --♦?► -. ' (5 : Sash pbilistVr -])1iuu-s ' (- ? Compass planes ?40 -'% Sides kip leather 100 wI-r.a\yer locks ?' - 1 00 Cupboard locks 1000 -'Gi'trih let's y 200 Spike- gim'blcts . . .N fl«{i \Siil needles ' ' ^100 Padlocks. , / -,' J*':50 JJundlos*of'can«- . '' ? '' * ' 1 -0 Books leaf gold ?? ? '30 Fryinfrpans ? 'f)0, Pounds mo...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

To the Editor of the .fiiistrulian. - ; -'«:;» Sin, . PAUUAMATTA CDMIVIERtlAii ACADBJU,i ''''-?'?? ''.'- . 21st A'S'-sr, 1826. ???:,:u,ir.--- TjjT'; NO WING YOU TO BE AT ALL TIMESi £-/ ?*s-?^- ' pro in btcr of tni tli , I beg1 you to i nsei't tlie- lo!-. :j lowing in your independent paper, witli a view, thnt; llie* intiti- ' cent may, bo considered biaaieiess, and p.tlic guilty, censtire-}v ' -f ? A few weeks ago.'.Mr.-.Raphael brought um-his adopted snn \t a boarder to my ^seminary, andin conformity to iuy-|)rbspectiiv; ' paid me in advance, -£? 17 6,' and every other requUiie fur bis use, equalto any O.ther child in-nvy establislmient. -,'??_.'. , , On Sundiiy,-13tb inst., Mr. Aaron came to. my house, tbtcll me, as a friend,.-',* you Mr. .Tliurstpii^: -yill lose all your scliohw; if you keep that boy of Raphael's, I, know of six aboii.l to leave you''-r-T asked iu7jo?-t-H-2 replied, 'three of Mrs. Harper'* children; IMrs. Joscphson's son, and my, own two ; *o, 1 hope , youiwillse...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPARATIVE CONTENTS. OF "THE AUSTRALIAN" AND SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

COMPARATIVE (JONTKIVTS. ? ; of ' The Australian' and Svimtiv '?GazWt»k--S y.The Australian contains not 'dne-hulf in point nf tjutnititij.''':-[A ''??'? ': 1 [Sydney Goze.lte^ AugV 12V) 4!% ??:?? .:??'??-??: '??'? : :,. ^Roo:Fr;,. .' -' .. ' ;';: — ';;^!i;S« TJie Act No. 5, occunies one column nun' a (tunrtpi- ivr ; nS?; Gazette— 7lhe;sanie Act occupies only three Cjuhriors ofih coliiiJiiilp of^'jThe Australian.' vAt this rate then twelve 00 1 ii 11 i n .| .^1»F I S '*. The'; Atlslraliati' would contain asniuch as twenty cohiiiiiiJ'Js^ oftho'Cazeite.: . '- ;. ....-,:, -'.-,.'..-.. .,.; .--...^;- ...;;''-?''. ;' 'Iv^;,'-^ ?' ' :'? - - .' . .-' ? ANOTHER PRO O:P ;'.'.,.'; ; / ''^i'^V/n'i:^, The above Act occupies one hundred nnd seve)tti/-riiree$ineyii\:i-H: the Gazelle, and only one hundred '.nii'd thirty-eighi in1;^ Jj:|,e.lj-^ Australian''— dieiefbre, using the muliiple twenty-^srJfiQliiwi;;-^ ?of ??; TheAustralian'-are equaljo 3460- lines, rfiji^QhakjtyP| Tlie lines of ' The Austr...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

ENGLISH TRIAL. CRIM CON.— Pedley v. Burch.— Mr. Sergeant Vaughan stated the case. The defendant, John Burch, was a jeweller in affluent circumstances in Holborn. The lady was one of great personal beauty, from whom the defendant made it his frequent boast that he received the last favor, The facts of the case       which he had the pain to lay before them were these :— The   defendant lived in Holborn, on the opposite side to the plaintiff. The plaintiff, William Pedley, was the son of a respectable mi- neral manufacturer, and was married to his wife in 1819, at Hendon, when they were both under age. His wife was the daughter of a statuary, who gave her 300l. down as her marriage portion, with the promise of more as they got on. The match was one of ardent attachment. They set up in business in Hol- born, in the shell-fish line, and sold soda water. The defendant perceiving that the wife of the plaintiff was very beautiful, was des...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRACING SHOT AND SHELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

TRACING SHOT AND SHELI.S. ;- .' It ,f* * 1 1 to my \oi. (suijs, a -describe? of military viovemntly) fri-(|iifntly to -superintend the people when nt: ? The spot. 011 which we . lnbourjed. was high, -and ^therefore' comph-tely exposed to.tliu view of.ih« enemy. .It \V^i the iop 01 ui« 11111 opposite to mem. imnietnaieiy on, our arrival, a rour-gnn battery., with one howitzer, and two uihcinch!mortars, i-opan to pluy uppn..us. They were adinira'jly served, and the S-alls lii't; .apptrently. 111 every quarter rxropting 'the particulai *pots on which eacirof us stood. On such occasions., if there be no very pressing demand for the completion of -the work, you ijenerally- station one of your party to watch the encuiy. As soon as- he perceives a (lash he calls out — 'Shot,'- or ''Shell,' fis the case' nmy be. ' If it be simply a cannon shot, ' vou either toil on jwilliout heeding'it, or; having covered yoursclvVs as well us youjcan till the ball strike, j'ou start up again, and sei2e you...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'THE AUSTRALIAN,"—AND "THE SYDNEY GAZETTE." COMPARATIVE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

?'.THE AUSTRALIAN,'— AND ?' THE SVJj^rv ; , .'».-; UAZEi'Tli.' ' lT ^COMPARATIVE SALE. (l.it.W now nearly' twelvemonths since we 'proved,' hv ''ifnd-ivii. ,mnde;by_ *? The Austrai-ian,' and' ?» Ti'ik SvlU v G* zrttk,' that the sAViz of The Australian exceeded the' saleVr IheGazetle to tl.e exlohf 6f'oN¥*uuNi-UEi. and ,c,,-v.' iMuiri- copies ot-eacn iNtiinner ! . -. ^ The Sydney Gazette made Oath.tlmt ',76 impre5sinns of tlmt Paper.wcre thrown off on die day of publicntion. As tlicso-6'V included ic« Copies, ' which beenmo \yn.ste paper, on beini' hsp t by the Compositors, for correcting the Press— ii'iclnuVcfiiiJ' ,i\Z away to the Printers— included shleat; out of cijr!,tecnh £ warded to Government-House— included twcnty-ei-yht rc,\\, fj m the Gazette Otlice for casual sale.— »ud finally ineluileil '„'.'* teen Subscribers, who had discontinued receiving Ilic Onzcit just after the Sale was su-orn to;— these unking altogeihci- 10^' Copies, nntl as these 102 Copies should be deducted f...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.   John Rayson, accused of stealing two iron spades, the pro- perty of Mr. R. Cooper, was sentenced to be worked in iron's for a term of six months.         John Brown, identified as a runaway, and charged with a   robbery, found guilty. Sentenced to be transported to a penal settlement for three years.     Thomas Sculley, for stealing from a ward in the Prisoners Barrack, to which he is attached, a blanket, the property of the crown. Sentenced to be removed to a penal for a term of two   years.             Patrick Burnett was found guilty of a similar offence ; and adjudged the same degree of punishment. A youth of a decent exterior, was charged by a clerk in the service of Mr. Parker, of George-street, with having clandestine- ly removed some small parcels of tape, &am...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 August 1826

1 The Newcastle Qunrttr Sessions, both Inst and least, have closed the round of Qunrctr Sessions for the present. We have heard that some little taurmurings were in ulged in bv sundry Gentlemen who' Imnnenedto b« s\im. inoned tqnppjerir on thje Grand Jary. Th'ere'was, never theless, no Tack of attendance— -a. Jury, as we find, ?nn- counting up the names, consisting of ihnreen, having obeyed tl|e call which was made upon. them, for the furtherance of the Justice of the Colony. We cannot expect chut peoplo who ha^e hitherto been 'exempt from the trifling' annoyances (for they are looked upon as nnnovnnces even in England), which the Jury-business of Assizes nncl Quarter Sessions occasions, should, on the first requisition for their services, take very docilely to the new duty cast upon .them, by the improvements admitted into the Colonial Code of regula tions. This-iniUters not. Society brings its bonds ami its obligniions, and nil must submit to endure incnnveiiiencics with n- good h...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Australian. Dat inania verba, dat, sine mente sonum. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 September 1826

To the Editor of the Australian. Dat inama ve'rha, d at sine mcnle tonxim. Sir, — I take a considerable degiee of pnde in your clever, gentlemanlike Newspaper, The Australian ; as it not only goes along .with the public feeling here, in the Colon v. but- is a most creditable;; and 'indeed (lfitteriinr: re presentation of us, in England audabioad, by reason of its uuitoim good taste, in every thing , it touches, and its high character in a liteiaiy point of view. ?? For this reason I cannot help feeling alittle regret at joui lately wasting even so much as seven or eight inches of one of vour columns, 111 deigning to take notice of your obscuie and contemptible rival, the Gazette; which, lappieheud, few people read, fewer take in, and still fewer pay for; and therelore any comparative statement, in your columns, is only introducing the mun into better company than he is accusromed to, and making him nccoulmgly presume. Out, as the Editor of the^vdney Gazette HhinkV, th.it the gurm ti...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 September 1826

'SHIP 'NEWS. .Yesterday sailed the barque Henry, Captain 'Bunny, for Plobart Town. Passenger, T. G. Pitman, Esq. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 September 1826

TI JJS; AUSTRALIAN, ' . SYDNEY/ SEPTKMBFR. 2, IS20

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 1, 182f-, HIS EXCELLENCE THE GOVERNOR HAS given directions for the. .issue of Government Notes from the Commissariat, to the amount of „£ 10,000 sterl ing. These notes will Be 'in eqttnl proportions of ^£5 and, £10 each, and will be convertible on demand, into Treasury Bills, at the same rate as the British coin. ?,r, , The Colonial Treasurer and the Deputy Commissary General, -'have received instructions to make all payments until further or ders, in British money or the Government Notes as above, and in the sterling notes of the Colonial Banks in equnj proportion- — Abatis, one half in the British coin or Government Notes, and one half in the notes, of the Colonial lianks. By his Excellency's Command, ! ? , Alex. M'Leay. CoMMISS.VKIAT-OkFIOE, SYDNEY, AUGUST 29, 1820. white lead.. iQealed tenders will be received *^ at this Office, until 12 o'Clonk, of Friday, next, the 8th September, from such Persons as may be desi rous of fur...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS.—(AUG. 31.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 September 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS.— -CAog. 31.) The supply of grain at market this morning was very small — purchasers also were not over numerous— the whole went off on the terms of last week, nearty. However, . towarcls the close of the day, other arrivals, that had been delayed by the bad condi tion of the rpads. made their appearance , but a majority of buyer* had disappeared. Some snles took place at.a tnfjjng re duction. Thcre'are about 3000 bushels of wheat remaining un sold. Maize is dull of sale. Barley the same as last week. v . The number of bushels sold, consisted of, ' ' - £ S.r d. ? 50 - - sold at per Bush. 0 9 0 350 - - - . -080 190- - - - ' - -076' 200 - - - '--069 16 ...,.._ _ -060 Purcha«ed for Waterloo Stores 158 at - ' - 0 6 0 For Steam Engine GO at - ; - - f- 0 ' ' 6 6 Total 1034 ' ' ,',-..''. ' Average Price of Wheat' - «£0 6 9 Ditto of maize ' L 0 3 0 ? Barley / _' ii' 0 '' S , G ? ' * Fine Flour 22s. 6d. stg. per cwt. - .' .; .'' ' ' Seconds do; 18s. Od. per do. Pollard, 2s. Od...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 182f». npilE KING'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE -»- disposal of Land, having been submitted by tbe Governor, lo the Executive Council, liis TC\ccllency is hereby ]ilt nsed to notify, that it lia^bucn determined, that nil '' Ticktts -jf Occupation', now in force, slinll ceiso, and determine on tin; 1st clay of Mnrcli, 189.7, and, tint persons desirous of ob taining lliu temporary occupation of land, for the purpose of grilling, will lie required in future, to pay,«a rent, at the rate of twenty shillings ' sterling per annum, for every one hundred ;iul'- ; and further, to quit 'tlie same, on receiving six inontlis Kotice to that effect. \ ' By His Excellency's Command, , Alex. M'Leay. ' ~ - PUBLIC N.OTICE. , ColoxtaiJ Secretary's 'Opric'c, August 2°j_lS2fi. rplE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE' -*L obtained Certificates during' tbe last Week ; viz. - CERTIFICATES. Agnmemnon— -John Davis 'Ditto — Thomas Cribb - DlttoipYVilliam Striven Coiom...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 September 1826

Ti- ConnEBPONnitNTs.-1— AnisTOPHANE* appears. We affbr' him a place in our Columns out of concession to the re-iterated representations of many Correspondents, who think that how-, aver scuntilouslv wf. may abstain from all, even the 'slightest notice of the tras|i whicli is forced ? upon the public, nnd with which the public has' been long nauseated, our scruples ought not .10 extend to Contributors. We certainly h.ivc_ hitherto placed nearly all persons of that denomination'' under constraint — and in obedience to our own L taste and feelings rejected- .many a ' tendered attain.' This his, doubtless, a tendency to repress productions from talented 'scribblers, who might feel disposed to 'throw away a few. (otherwise totally unemployed) moments, in holding up to just ridicule the' worthless and intemperate ema nation!, of worthless and intemperate Writers. Jf we do, in fu ture, abate something of our accustomed inflexibility, it will be to prevent disappointments to sensible wrilei...

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