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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

To the ISditor of Tnc jiustrulian. ........ fSIIl, : . . , ? , We understan/I that the sound of a cannon, fired io Sydney Cove, is, heard distinctly nt Wind.sor. . /Vs the .pun of tin: ship of war, now lying in the harbour, is fired precisely ar. eichl o clock ar. nigur, some ol your ciiircspoiulents wou.d do a delicti t lo science, by statiug the fxtreine localitie*, north or souih of Sydney, at which the sound r-f a eami'iTi may be heard frnm.llmt place. Sir. Goldin^ham lately' made a scries of expeziiniMits, at one of the presidencies in the East Indies, to ''ascertain the vo locity of. sound, the. result of which seemed hostile, in some poinis, to the general opinion, that sound travels at a rate some where between 1120 and THO- feet in a second. Dr. CI;irU-' alni ins' that, the sound of the cannon, tfuring tin: batllc of the Nile, was heard at Ilia distance of niore than two degrees, giving a diameter of four and a half degrees nearly,- or '270 miles, for the extreme circumfere...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

To' A nvrnnsEiis. — By reference to siftS-l;tviis, made on l-e- lialfof 'The Auslralian,' find also of the Sydney Gazette, it will be seen that the snle of each number of ?' The Australian,' exceeds the sale of oach number of the Gazette, by onb iutn dkvd and seventy-eight, ( vide also, ihe article comparative sale iit another column.) SYDXEY, SEPTHMHKR 9, 1S26

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS.—(SEPT. 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS.— -Sj:ft. 7.) There was a considerable arrival of grain at market to day, it insisted1 generally of fine samples, which met with a quick rniancl. iYituze sells freely. Jiarley is cheap. '-P a. 'd. .470 -?: - - sold at per Bush. 0 8 0 326- - .,-- - - -0-7G . ' 1U2 ',-' - -'.- - 0 5 6 ' iirc.lmse.rf for- Waterloo'St Steam Engine 140 at- 0 0 0 ?Total 1098 ' ''';-' ... Average Price of Wheat.' - .£0 .7 3 ' Ditto of niaize '' - 0/3 O ? /' --'«, Barley? ' - - j6 ,3^6' , Fine rFlu(ur 20«. fld. slg. per cw't. „ - -?'- ' ' 'Second's tfo. I8s. Od. per do, .' , '.,' ' .' . , .- - -l?ojlard..2s. Od.- perbusliel ? ' / ' , ? ^lSran?. Is. Cd. ditto.... f - -_ * :£~\' ???-?-. ?' Potatoes; I4».' OJ. to koL'dd. perrc'wt,;/o«v^r3J^0;di,tp_4iU.Cd. ircmuli*' . ? ;' ' '' ' ' ''*' Turkeys, 9s Od. to 10s. Od. per couple.' - ... Ducks 4s. 0'(. to 5s. 0d. — Cseese 9a. Od. lititler, iis. 3d. to 4s. 0d. per lb.' — Eggs;' Is.'Od. to Is. 9d. per izeii. r ... tireen PeasTrr.m 2s. Gd. per peck. Chee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Magistrates, and the Gentlemen, Land Holders, and Stock Proprietors in the District of Bathurst. BATHURST, AUG. 18, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

To the Magistrates, and the Gentlemen, Land Holders, and Stock Pronrietors in the District of Bat-hurst, Bathurst. Aug. IS. 1826. 1 tJr.NTi.EMEM,- — I have the honor to acknowledge tlie receipt of your Jotter, dated 17th instant, congratujfiting me on the suc cess of the party of mounted police, under niy command, and itiForinir vour fiincere thanks for the services rendered von.' It is highly gratifying, to my feelings, that you consider the duty performed by the party to have been of such benefit to your district. ' N T have endeavoured to do thr duty I have been cmploj'ed on ; and rest asstued, Gentlemen, 1 shall continue to do so, as long n» I have the happiness to be stationed niiiongstyon. I remain, Gentlemen, your most obedient humble servant, Tuos. Eveknden, Lieut. iiufl's. Commanding Mounted . Police.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Thursday, 'the Prince of Denmark schooner, William Stewart, from New Zealand, 21st August. Lading -451 fur seal skins, one one-half ton of flax. Ye.sterda V. from NVwoastlp. llip spJioonpr ft-nvprnnr T)»rlinir. Sailed,, on Wednesday,, for Port Elevens, the b'rig1 Fame, Mr. Jrouiartie, master. ? - Thursday day sailed, the. baique Alfred, fpr the sperm whale siii'ry. Tli« brig Governor Phijfps for Port .Dnlryropte, and the brig 1 1111 for Timor via . Melville Island, arc expected to sail some me tumorroiv. '

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 — 9 September 1826

' THE AUSTRALIAN,'— AX i) *? 'VUIL SYDNEY (.?JAZEPTI?.'1 CM PA It A T I V K R A I. IJ . it is now nearly twelve nionins since we provfo, uy,niiioiiviip made by '?'' T.iib Austiia r'.i an,' and ' .Tu;.- Svuxkv --.\- zetti;,'* that- the sai.k of The Australian exceeded the hi/a uf The Gar.etie to the ex ten r. of o-;u iiundukm and seveStv MOirr. Copies of each Number !' The Sydney Gnr.elta made Oath, that h7C- iuiprrssinns of that Paper were thrown otT on the day of publication. As these ;'-~ti include-lien Copii-s, which became was It*, paper, on; being used by the Compositors, forenrrectin^ the Press — included nine gi\ en away to -the -Printers — included shte'en, out of eighteen, for warded lo Government-House — included twentii-ei^ht retained in the Gazette OHice for casual sale, — and .finally .included nine' teen Subscribers, who had discontinued receniny Ihe fii/eite, just after the Sale was sworn to — Iheso making altogether 10^ Copies, and a9 these 102 Copies should be deduc...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.   Thomas Coates was brought up on Wednesday, in order that a certain thievish act, with the commission of which he stood charged, might undergo examination, and conse- quent decision for or against him, as the case might be. The lad it appeared, professes to understand the craft of   tailoring, either theoretically or mechanically, mathemati- cally or operatively, or by rule "of thumb," as some quaint dealers in the "wise old laws and modern instances" might say. This "gentle craft," in whatever degree, whether "coarse" or "superfine," the ill-starred votary of the       needle may possess it, fate has not permitted that he should exercise, for his own advantage ; government claiming to   nselt his luckless person, and whatever the latter is cap- able of performing. Coates, by some singular mode   or the other, managed to work himself into the   good graces of on...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT—(Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

CRIMINAL LOU RT - \Fndag.') ' . Tjmiic Smiili, wns capitally indicted for tlie wilful murdf r - Win. Crt en— .lurf Deiii-.'AIiinre, for n'tdin'g mi?} jkWetdttjf .'.iC.ipUiin*Juliii Itrulivu, .!.-[». resuli'is.in «tlie Mcjjrliiiiiui no c.l iif-vVimUor, rjecgilcct.fd Siuirl;iv,-itlit;.20th nf Au»us' ? iist — ntiriut luirt-piist two it cluck m the alienn on 01 tlin (\y w as walking iti bis verandah, w*heu at sutne (iiscuuce olil'. the priaoner Smith anrf-hii (C«\pf.- !5's ) female Kervaut Ju ditb Cimncillvvyeretibserved conversing together — saw ttie frisoire' us« srtMie viyl^uce towards tlie girl, who wns then (in her way burnt! from Church, nnd immediately despatched, ruiisuible* Green, (1 tie deceased) to the protection of the uirl — shorily alterwiinJs it v%as reported that Green w:is niiii-lerefl — the pnsm.er Smith was* in custody, and bad rrpe.Ucdly conleoit-n tii-» having cimimitct-d the act — tbe prisoner's' cou'isict tippv.irvd to be iliat'of.u' savage — be ex iiiced in bisdn...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

?1HE (.OACEitT.. Our Headers will, we conjecture, expect Us to say somewhat -f \Vedn-;-d.iv evening's Concert— of \Uk. iionihi;r w'\i6 c:tm«- to liyir; and those uli«» only came to be lieard^tif iiu- piece*, vor.il irid tn^tritiiipntfif -which evinced taster, ffcltni', '?i/iiitl nivinik'. ??CJe/sce. niDiiour, mu\ t)i(»m- not reiijtrlc'iblrforVitrirr. ' -Hi be^in, ''''K — A l.iortfii. o'clock,' p. »., (it m'ny Imt/e bren ot\u,'iir'iivu, 'j- Itso ntnuttes bi'forc cm alter) 'tfiu/iuuer — (I»k uiilcr-i-llii* upper, Mie. ji»wf--_Jiio of brii'fr every, intervening door 'of .idWiicoimi «a«t lU'ruvin i-4»en-^the|jai!.iigesand-roorui were lighted up^jilia«ili-. witli the aisiitnncc of urt'rwtn lamps and a prof.iaiiui of n- »re lionic-lv candies, diblrnn'ited h^ie and ttieie and evenr wii^re, null Jtorm.- f.-gard to ujiif«rn»ty,but in no part without producing the -lesir«-d otrVc,t of banisliing sombre darkness ? The night ivaa nlmt is n»»inlly 'termed line : — tlie ceic&:ial canopy s...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

To the Editur of the Australian. Sir, ' ..???-?.-?-.?.?. . . t. ' Several* spirited gentlemen of my acquaintance seeing the ncreasing necessity of relying more than ever^ipon ourCoWnl .^?!;«« .ml nnt imriortir.2 so iiiuch fcum England ffnrTcR'e Wiierc, are determined to encourage every tlnng colonial— rrom cin beer: soap, candles, hats, woollen cloth, leather, tobacco land. salt, provisions, to iiousehold furniture, cheese, hams, and 'SaIt:provisionS ; and they only regret that in the present shame ful state of the coal trade, it is impossible to set on foot a ma-: nufactory for colonial iron or colonial glass. J hope the day is '«ot distant when, instead ojT depending, on Fngland.-even for a sheet of paper, as at present, we' shall have our paper-mills and oil mills; starch, glue, and ?viiicgarvnianufacjU-rua;.and potteries for the finer sorts of. earthenware. It seems preposterous, in the pL enf advanced state of li.ings, to be writing. 16,0.00 miles for :everv iVule tl.iug we- wa...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

To the EMtoi a,- Ihe Auvtralism. OU', . ' . .. .-..I, ' ?* ; ??? ??-....?,. ,',-r-. 1 ' ?, ? Among your late nble papers Vjn thVprescn* dfsjiresses of this Colony, I diin't ifini;iiib» tu have seen any particular reference' to that I') nt, and important part of our ndnulni},.'n. .1. ? f. up-Country settler, or grower of- 'rain.' The little encou ra-ement «iven ut InU- year, H (h,s c|Bs.f pl,,,,^, tllen, inU- J ™ t-nre i-xisieinv, (it cannot be called-'livinjj,} wliich'vou can- have' no adeqnaii- idvn of. without vhhi/igiht-Hi. . 'Ii i? iic-rJiaiM n»nir..J. that people living in b 'icxuriou? -oll- 11?.fi''!' -eif, j ' S ''ks °f-tl1^ H'w^-tbury. should inctfne .1 litlle in uiiMi.*!.: a* we.ee Jt in Spain. I».ir£lig1,l . and Iialv mid, 1..A1 of tlli-'Hiu-r cli.nai« of xlxv new world fhtit our -M' «t Mrs. from tla-fr early liabitsof 'intL-iii,ieriii|..-c' nn& i-noia ck of n,ra Ufe were ,,«rtie..lnrty exposed to'lhe criftlCpS.; turns ,.f ...clulenf.. andja.t»- and.h was'for 'tin,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

(SKA KIN a. To persons posses' tiing a number of cattle, hut who eunno.t bextaiv ? snfffjicr.t time or attention towards their improvement, ar increase, u favorable opjtor .t unit i) 'for attaining both ends now ojfers. THE .-PRESENT OLJCUPANT OP A FARM, conveniently sittiatfd on the second branch of Hunter's River, plentifully watered, and lately in the occupation of Mrs, Franklaud, cailecl Vineyird Firm, is. re iJy to gnz anv number of stock on the following terms ; viz. for each milch cow' 10s. per annum, or' every fourth calf; when the calves attain one year, to be paid for in the same proportion as the milking cauTe.. The stock thus bestowed will be placed undcriliecare of an experienced stockman, will have the advantage of an ex tensive back run of excellent pasture lartd, and be trebled with every other, necessary; rtlt-mtiou. -Application to be made, to Mr. Orpen.N'o. 17, Phillip-street. ,. ? ON SALE AT S. LYONS, i\-». 75 UISORGE^ STREET, SYDNEY. EXOLIS.H SOAP IN JJOXES OP 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. S.'l&iG, l nEHSONS UESIKOUS OF PURCHASING -'? Land, under .the Regulations contained in the Government Orcler, No. S5, are requested 'to ranke applications accordingly, in order that the steps pointed out in the regula 't tions inuy be taken. ? 2» They will spi-cify, as accurately «s possibly, tlios'tuation of the land tliny wisli to ptirchnte, and will mark on the corner of I. , their letter ?' application for the pHrcli'ise of land.1' It is intended that tho selection mndc by individuals should not be made. public previous to the sale_, so that no improper in fluence may operate to the prejudice cither of the public or tho person desirous of becoming the purchaser. An omission having been made in the Government Order, No. 35, as printed in the Newspapers of the 6th of HiU month, persons intending to. apply for land, are reqnested to take notice . . of the 15th article of that order, as now to be re-published. . . *. JZy...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

GOVERNMENT OliDER i f'nioNUL S. citcr yk\'s OrFirr, Sfpu. .'), 182r» (No 3:» ) , JJECJULATIOXS FOR THE GRANTING ANI- SALE OF LAND HIS EXCELLENCY Til 13 GOVERNOR IS pltMstil to iiotitv, that the following «i'»uli- | tiori'-, 111 fin tin mice ot lus Mrijisty's in&tiiicrions fur tiio tli posilof Luni, Imc been established, uulil his M-i|usty'b |)ka sure shall b'u known. j Pi rsons desirous of obtaining land, will a Id loss themsoUe;, 10 the' Colonial Secretary, who will furnish them with' the: eslah liUied'furiii.of, application. When the. (governor shall be satisfied of-tliu character and respectability of the applicant, the Colonial Secretary will be iribiructcd to furnish him with a letter to the Lund Hoard, in order that.. this anionnt/if. ciiphal whieh'he can 1 iimm md nil) In. astcrlnmcd. Stuck ol 0 try dcscruHion, im plements nf husbandry, and other aiticks which iun\ bi n p,)Ji. jiMl. to agricultural purpose^,, fir«* to bi* roi)sidi_ic(l is cipital, as liUev. sc nnj hal...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIEUTENANT EVERNDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

LIEUTENANT EVERNDEN. 'The following letter, to wliicn an answer, is suu ' joined»*is expressive of the sentiments of the principal ' residents at 'Bathnrst,' and denotes tlieir Iii^h opinion oi iht-iu\t-vit'nti which Lieutenant Everden and his party tt mounted police' have rendered. to that neighbotir ?i-1»ooa. ' We willing-ly give insertion both to the letter .^and, reply;., as they shew not only that'there tvas merit in. theTOeasnre adopted for tlte suppression of husli ranging-, bat also that' the execution of the duty was entrusted to. -«ach, as have fulfilled the intention of thi- Goveriiment,''ahd.the hopes of the public: — To- Lieutenant Thomas Ecernden, 3rd Regiment o; Buffs, commanding the Bathurst party of mounted police. Batkurst, Aug. 17, 1826. Sia,~If is with feelings of no urniunry satibiadion Th^t we, th«; unriersifiifd, - hindhold- ro and stock proprietors residing 'm \Ue di&tnct of Bat hurst, bej» ro offer you our con- gratttiatiotis on the success which has...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

To the Editor of the Australian. Sir, Through the medium of your Paper we beg leave to call the     attention of the graziers to the government order respecting the tickets of occupation. We submit to them the propriety of calling a public meeting, to take into consideration the nature and tendency of a measure so directly opposed to the agricultural interests of the Colony.   We are, Sir, your obedient servants THREE GRAZIERS.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 September 1826

i he accomplishment of a purpose which it has taken months to mature, is often frustrated at last, wheir the execution of it is undertaken by some drivelling' omission, or some frivolous fancy, which promises to -conduce to.no good whatever. The return to sterling payments has been long decreed, and us long have deliberations endured on ihe best mode of carrying: the decree, into practice. «-Tt !s not an en»y matter to change the currency of a people, to substitute one coin for another, especially where a dif ficuhy arises as to the relative values of the substi tuted, and the previously current coins. Half a dozen calculators may soon sec that they have r»n equivalent in the use of the one for the, other ; but the mass of payers and receivers will never volun tarily -resign the use of a circulating medium, to which they have become accustomed, for one which seems to them likely to introduce disputes in dealings,. and dif ferences where payments and receipts are to be made, in a dif...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

SYDNEY,. SEPTEMBER 13, 1S26 If w& were not fully sensible of the stone blind, ignorance which prevails in England, rela tive -to evsry thing1 connected with this Colony, ?Dri' which, prevails sot among1 the public of Eng land. Alone,' but1 among- those whose pecoiiar province 5i is*, to make themselves acquainted with every thing. which ebneerhs it, we tni^ht constantly have onr wonder 'excited, whenever , any' new' regulation makes ' its appearance among \ i«. -The experience of years- ha* fdUy shewn that' though there may be a desire on the part of. his Jfajesty's government at Home to legislate for the advantage of thin Colony, and settle useful plans for the administration of all its. affairs, they have, on nearly every occasion, on which their interference has been called for, or employed, bad the misfortune, to blunder most prodigiously. — T.hey have usually listened to interested or ignorant representations, and. their acts^have consequently. par - take'fi of the afas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

' , ' . GOVERNMENT NOTICE.. - Colonial Sdcretary's Ori'icc, Sdpt.,.8, I82C. ! /'pEItSONS DESIROUS OP PJj'K^nASlNG -*? LamI, under the Rog-hliitions contained in' the Government Order, No.;S5, aie .requested td,mnke applications accordingly, in order that the steps pointed out in tlic regula tions may be tnken. ' ' * ' 2. They will specify, as accurately as possibly, thusitnalion of tlic land they wish to purchase, and vvifl mark oa the corner of their letter ' application for tlie puiclwse of land.' u It is intended that the selection jnmdc by ihdividuals slioitIO not be made 'public previous to the sale, so that no inipropt r in fluence may! operate to the prejudice cither of the public ot the person desirous of becoming the purchaser. ? ; An oniission having been made in the Go\erninent Order, No. .'j5, as printed in the Newspapers of- the Olh 'of iTiistmintli, persons iutrnding to apply for land, arc requested to take-^ioticc 6f the 15th article.oftlialorder.ns now to bo ic-pulil...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

EXECUTION.   isaac smith, who was found guilty on friday last, of having murdered a constable named green, in the neighbourhood     of windsor, paid the forfeit of his life on the gallows,   during the forenoon of monday. it did not want many minutes to ten o'clock when the sheriff entered the gaol, provided with the fatal death warrant. at this time smith was iirone 'of thti condemned cells, bitunted on the ritiit of the right side of the prison; in communication with the assiduous Roman Catholic Clergyman, Mr. Tlierry. When it was announced 'to the criminal that the time permitted by the just, but outraged laws of hia country for repentance, and making iiis peace with ihe Almighty,' was drawing fast towards its completion, he advanced lor the last time tow ards the door of his celJ, and accompanied by the Rev. Clecgyinan, who walked on his right — the Sub-Sheiifi', se veral constables, and otheis, proceeded along the front of the...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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