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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.   Two assigned Government servants, one of them named   Millwood, the other Dixon, but both answering to the Christian cognomen of James, were confronted on Sa- turday with their employer's, who accused each of a breach of trust, and proceeded to detail the case in its several   bearings. The defendants had, it appeared, received instruc- tions to transport a certain quantum of merchandize, vul- garly denominated pottery-ware — a frail and perishable com- modity it was truly, but yet not without its uses or value—   from the complainant's store shop, cellar, or other apart- ment, to the tenements of one, two, or three customers, into whose possession the aforesaid articles were well & duly de- livered, and who paid down the different prices in exchange     "as per invoice," fixed upon, but the complainant's coffers   became never the heavier for this prompt contributi...

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

, SCOTCH 1JANKS. 1 Reference -has 'frrqucntly'^bucn made of late to the mcthoil by .whicfi the transactions of the Banks of Scotland are conducted. ? It inay be- useful to subjoin a succinct explanation of this method, as few aic aware-or me pr.c.uuur real 11 res, or a..*jysrein,»'iiic;.ij m pietty genciiilly commended, and, to which it has hern pretended, thr pioccrdingb of the Bank of New South Wales bore sonic resemblance : — ? ' The Cash-Credits, ?»& they .ire r?lled, are a «nost mi ponant. feature in the Scottish Banking sybtcn, nnd en tirely peculiar to it. ' The nature of the transaction,^ the simplest possible A pencil, either profebsional, en«.iged 111 commerce or insi nufarturcs, or othernibe bo bituured, as to render an oic.v sional command of money convenient, obtains a Gash Ac count to an extent proportioned to his funds, either bv pledging hn- bouse, shop, or other n nl property,1 or giving th'e'Brviik 'two sufficient sureties' to be --nnswerable' for the balan...

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"THE AUSTRALIAN—AND "THE SYDNEY GAZETTE." COMPARATIVE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

' THE ACSTRALIAY,11— AND ' THE SYDNEY (!.\ZErTK.' COMI-AI1A.T1VB'-'SALR. It is ni)w -nearly twelve months. since vve proved, by'alTidavits made by ?' Tni- Austh -v 1 ian,' nnd 'The Syhniy Ga /if-Tir,' that tiic-«\Li of The Australian exceeded (he sate «if JlniGl/tllC to the OXtl1!! I «if ON* HUNDIttU AND StVENT^ ^Ihe S^dni\ C i^pttc made* Onth, that n?6 unpressinns of that Paper were' thrown olT un the day i»f publication. Astlusc o76 included ten Copn t, which hie nine \va*-te papci , on licmg usc'd i»y the Conipnbitnrs.forcniroetiiiiilhe Press — tneluded nine given nivnv to the Pnntura — iiichuii-d suteen, -«ut of ci£htc*c*n, for warded to Goveinnitnt-rtousr— included tu.enty-eight rcttiiied in t/ie Ga/ette* Office forcn'ui! sale, — and finally included Ttine teen Subscnbers, who had -lisi oulinued receiving the Gazette, just after file Sale was sworn to — these* making altogether 102 Copiis, and as these 102 Cupies ?ihciuld l-e deducted from the1 number 576, to arrivu-at tho aino...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

SHIP NEWS.   On Monday arrived the ship Portland, Captain Mood. Left Leith the 27th of April-called at the Derwent, from whence she sailed the 24th ult. Lading, sundries. Passengers from the Derwent, Captain Smyth, 39th regiment. Mr. White, and Mr.   Burke. From Europe. Mr.Broadfoot, Mr. Johnston, Mr. R.   Mood, and Mrs.Budge.         Arrived last evening the ship MARQUIS OF HUNTLEY, with male prisoners. She left England in the early part of   June.       Towards the close of Monday, and during the entire of yes- terday, the wind from N. N. W. has been unusually strong. At   intervals it has blown a complete gale. This boisterous weather has every appearance of continuing until the passing of the equinox.      

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times, August I. ) .. m,1*^ *?'? 'Cvv t)rlvate banking establishment, called I he Tasmanian Bank,' Ins commenced issuing their notes during the present week, under the firm of'J.T.'and \V. Gelli brancJ.. it is currencr i?inTit»i. th—- nniai i,.:.^ r.._r ? c» .._ - , dollars each* . 7 ? r~»«u By tetters which left Launceston on Tuesday, it appears that the wife of Mr VV. f Baker, a very respectable setthfr resid ng. on Ihe Lake Plains, died m 'child bed. The midwife, it seems, was rathe/- iHt«.,cated ; and the death of Mrs. Baker is i,t some measure attnbuu dm consequence, at least such is the report in he nwgliaouriiood. '1 he unfortunate husband took the deatli of 3 ;Vfc s,° »'»ch to heart, that, on the Friday following, ' he cut his tliiunt, ttht-rcby;in five minutes afterwards, be became a life less corpse along side his deceased partner— leaving four ioung On Mo«d»v or Tuesday last, f,mr nien, well armed, attacked Thcv ?»*H ,'' JTS Kr'b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL COURT—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 September 1826

C RI M I NAL CO U RT~'.(Monday)   The following Prisoners received Judgment, vis. — Patrick   Sullivan, James Moran, Matthew Craven and Thmas Cava- nagh, -who pleaded guilty three capital offences, committed iu the neighbourhood of Bathurst were ordered for execution. Charles Clay and John Walton, were sentenced to be trans-   ported each for a term of fourteen years. Richard Johnson, John Jennings and Richard Carter, for'a   highwny robbery — sentence of death recorded. Wm. Clarke, convictcd of stealing spirits, the pro[erty of Mr. Lewis Solomon — to be transported for seven years.   John Griffths, capitally, convicted under the, Lord Ellen borough's act, of cutting and maimiug, with intent to kill a man named Carlow — sentence of death pronouned. His Honor said that from some cireumstancrs whiich had arisen in the case, he should be disposed to recommend a mitigation of the severe part of the sentence. The trials wer...

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

SALES liy AUCTION. J , 1 o» 1 BV Mil.. J. iVAViJj, At his Ne v Auction linnms, Jtlus day,' positively without I reserve, to close the coii^tgiiiucnt of a lGentltinian leaving! T'ViTfOL LOWING FVAV{ ARTICLES' OF) AJERi.IIANDIKE— COTTON SIir.CUNG- ' ' J)IITO PRINTS BLACK CO ITON1BA.LLS TAAIBOliR MUSLINS SOT! ON BKI) JICK. ' VELVKTEKN TROM'SERS VLANNI2L JACKETS CHTNT75 AND WHITE FURNrTURE BINDING FURNITURE PRINT. Ami, on the follow ing Saturday, the 16lh init. A CASK OF TOYS LACK QUILLING .K1BB0MS. AND SHOE, BINDING. DAIRY COWS FOR SALE, «V mk. Konritr cooper* r At Pirramattn. on Thursday, the 21st September inst. FOIITY PRIAIR DAIRY COWS, AND HEI FERS, selected from1 flip celebrated herds of John Oxlev , Esquire, and the late Nicholas Bnile^1, Esqnire Of the Cattle, nothing need be stud, the brt-ed is well 'known They iniv be viewed nt Mr Andrew Aden's Farm, in Appiq, from' rhe 7lli till the 17th September, and if not then disposed of by private contract, will be s6ld is above'. ' ^ T...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(SEPT. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

SYDNEY ~ MARKETS.--*-(Sept. 14.) The supplies . of grain, to day,- were abundant. For maize there. bus been some demand. Barley continues the sameas last week. . £ 8. d. S20 ,? - , '- ? sold at per Bush. 0 SO 162 - - - - - o 7 G 4J0 % - . . - - - -, 0 7 0 50 ' ? - - - - 0 » 6 Purchased for Waterloo 8c Steam Engine 410 at-' 0 6 6 . Total 1373 ? . . ' , ? ? -Averagc'Pricc of Wheat - .£0 7 1 Ditto .of maize '. — 0. 3 O, .. ^ , ? ..'OBarley -, - .0 3 6 Fine Flour 22s. 8d. stg. per cwt. - Seconds do. 18s. Od. per do. Pollard, 2s. Od. per bu'&hcl Bran. la. 6(1. ditto. Potatoes, 14s. Od. to 20s. Od. per cwt.; fowls, 3*. Od. to 4's. Gd. per couple. Turkeys, 9s..0d. to- 10s. 0dv per couj)Ie. Ducks 4s. 0d.' to 5s.' 0d— G'ecsi- 1 Is. Od. Butter, 2s. ?d. to 4s. Od. per Ib.— Eggs, }s. Od. to Is. 9d. per dozen'. ? ' ' Green Peas from 2s. Grl. per peck. ? Cheese, Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. per 1b. Assize price of bread fivepence halfpenny per loaf Selling price lircpunce to' sixpence ditto. . PRIC...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

To AovERTisEns. — By reference to flfSdavits, made on be half of 'The Australian,' arid also of the Sydney Gazette,- it will be seen that the sale of each number of ' The Australian,' exceeds the sale of each number of the Gazette, by one iiun dkeb and sb VKNTY-Kic iit, (vide disci, the atticU comparative sale in another commit.) THE AUSTRAOaS SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1S26

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

S£IP NEWS. Arrived on Wednesday evening, the ship Orpheus, J.T. Duff, from London; 6th May, she called at Rio Janeiro, and sailed   thence the 22d. June — lading Government stores.         Passengers, Captain Robinson, Lieutenant Warner. Lieute nant North, New South Wales Corps. Assistant Surgeon, J. Robertson, 13th Light Infantry, Mrs. North, Mrs Warner ; and 213 men, women and children, of the New South Wales Corps: The ship Marquis of Huntly, Captain William Ascough; which anchored in Sydney Cove on Thursday, left Sheerness the 16th of May, with 197 male prisoners, three of whom died on the passage. The guard consisted of Major M'Pherson, Lieutenant Fitzgerald ; Assistant Surgeon, Davis ; and 61 men of the 39th Regiment ; Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Rae, R. N. ; Passenger Mrs. Fitzgerald. Sailed on Monday last, for 'Port Dalrymple, the brig Go vernor' Phillips, Captain Douttv. Lading, sundries. Passeii ger, William ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

- The late arrivals from England have put us- in pos session of a two-rtontlis file of English 'NewspapeVs. It is no easy matter to give in one numbcr'of a Jour nal a continuous historv of all the imoortant matters which so many contain, wo have,' however, made such selections as \ve have deemed most suitablg to our space, and most likely to give our Readers a fair view of European topics. 'Public distress has been at tehded'with .its usual concomitants, disturbances, and commotions, and we- find that the manufacturing dis tricts of England have been the theatre of riots, cpn flagrations, and bloodshed. The starving weavers and cotton spinners in those districts, where the po pulation is- the densest, . driven to desperation bj' the want of employment, and the means of subsistence in the month of ApriJ, began to, assemble tumult'uously, and soon proceeded to acts'of turbulence and violence,, which rendered it necessary .to require the aid pf.'thc military. Factories were burnt, thou...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

CRIMINAL COURT — (Thursday.)     William Samuels, was indicted for stealing a quantity of hogs' fat, and some articles of different descriptions, the joint property of John Cogan and John Oxley. From the evidence adduced it would appear that the prisoner acted as superintendant of a farm belonging to the prosecutors. In the early pare of last July, seventeen of the prosecutors pigs were killed and stored for provision — prisoner during the same time supplied a man named Wright a tanner, with from 60 to 70lbs. of the fat at three different times, for which he was said to have received four dollars. He was found guilty of stealing the fat only.   John Macguire was indicted for an assault.         Macguire was in the employment of Dr. Townson, in whose house he appeared on the 6th of August last, greatly inebriated. A female servant became the object of his pot valiant desires. — he attempted to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sbpt. 15, 1826 TOPS EXCELLENCY TiJE GOVEHNOR ,HAS -B.-M-' been pleased to approve of the following alter ations and appointments in the Police of the Colony : — Sydnej' — To be constables, William Kelly and Thomas Lncy, appointments to hear date the lUthuf August , Danic! O'Hrien. ? appointment to bear date tlie 15th of August ; John Kelly, appointment to bear' date the 6th of September. To be dis missed, Dennis Lyon and John Bergen, for taking a bribe, lie signed, Daniel. O'Brien. Farramntta— To bo constable, John M'Duriagh, free, vice 'William Murray, dismissed. Liverpool—To be constable, Thomns Green, vice Thomas - Hogan, dismissed for gross prevarication and neglect of duty. Appointment to bear date the 16th ulU Stone Quarry Creek — To be constable,- Richard Pary, vice James Hartly, removed to Myrtle Creek. Arj»yle: — To be constable, at Goulburn Plains, Daniel Geary. Hunter's River — To be constable, between Wallia' and Pa trick'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

PUBLIC NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 12,' 182fi. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE obtained Certificates during1 the hist Week ; viz.- CERTIFICATES. ' 'Gorolnandel (3) — Joseph Payne ? -' Dorothy-1— James OfUern , . - ' Ditto — Philip Mc'Corinick ?. , - - . Earl Spencer— William Hougiiton Hadlow (2)— Cornelius Bohigg JDitto— Jeremiah Leriryi ' ' ? .-.?-!' \Lord .WellinglojiV— Margaret.Anderson ' ' ?? Mangles (l)—~ Richard Bushell Ditto — Daniel'Porter Martha— Janies O'Hare ' ' ' ' ?Minerva' (3)— Thomas Harrington' Recovery (I*) — Thomas Holmes - - »? Shipley, (3)— John Wright . ?. Speke (2) — George Swindells '' . .By Command of his Excellency, the Gorern'or, t ;?''?? ' ? w» .. Ai,i?1x:rMtLEA7. ,? Commissariat OPFiCK,^.y4Neyj'7J'2th Sept.' 1826. ' ; OATMEAL,\ WANTS D, FOK THE SUPPLY OP THE different Hospital stations in this Colony, . about;. 150 BUSHELS OF OATMEAL. Persons', disirous of furnishing- the whole or any part thereof, are ' requested to transmit their offers, ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. (From The Morning Chronicle of April 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

ENGLISH NEWS. , - NEW SOUTH. WALES. (Front The Morning Chronicle of April 25)Y We see, trom the Orders of tlie Day, that Sir INI. White Ridley is to bring the late, very extraordinary proceeding/'at New South Wales before th« House tu-niglit. We refer our readers to a letter from that Colony, iu another column, from which uiey win see witu lvnat a mgn liana ttiosc in power nave been proceeding. ?Tlie passing an Act of Indemnity to acreen the parties, who by the proceedings detailed in the presentment of thc'Parramatta Grand Jury, oavc laid themselves open to criminal prosecution, is certainly as audacious a measure on the part of the subjects, as can well be conceived. ,. It could never, .have been contem plated, that tbt 'Council should possess a power to set the laws at defiance. In unforeseen cases, when the safety o'f the Colony js at stake, the men in authority would, no doubt, be, warranted in acting with a vigour beyond the law, trusting to an indemnity from the Legislature o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 September 1826

T. CLARKSON BEGS TO INFORM THE Public, that he will constantly have on SALE,   Derwent Flour, of 1st and 2d qualities; bran, pollard, ship biscuit, &c., butter, from Hunter's River, in small kegs.     ALSO,     That he has, just landed, a quantity of double Gloucester Cheese, in excellent condition. Negrohead Tobacco, in or out of bond. Brazil ditto Hoop Iron, of one inch. August 15, 1826. FOR SALE,     AT JOHN ROBSON'S, No. 96, GEORGE-   STREET~     SHEET LEAD SHINGLE NAILS LOCKS WOOD SCREWS CARPENTERS' AUGERS IRON POTS SHOT       ENGLISH SOAP in 28 lb. boxes CANVAS   OSNABURGHS TEA, SUGAR,&c. &c.           ALSO, as General Assortment of Manufactuted Goods. FOR SALE,       &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

To Aovkhtisers. — By reference to affidavits, made on be ?Jialf of '' The Australian,', and also of the Sydney Gazette, it will ucsi'c'n that the sale of each number. of ' The Australian,' exceeds the sale of each - number . of the Gazette, by one iiun ' ijiBO. akd 8EV13NXV-E1OHT, (vide uUo, the article comparative saieinmMliercoiumii.X' ??-.- '[\..-x\ . ?--. ? „'/.; THE AP^RALI Ajf SYDNEY, SE PT EMBER 20, I S26 : ,,. .

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

SH1P~N£WS, On IM#nda%y, arrived the ship England, Captain John 'Reay. from London oili May, with 140 male prisoners. ,Tbe Guard consists of Major Darcy, of the .'59lb Ilcgt. and 30 men. — Pns- seilffers. Mrs. Dnrcv anil fnimlv - lYTfra' Rpn v. Snn»»-fin 'snn/.r. tnteiident, Dr. Thompson, R N. . ' . ' ' Sailed, on Saturday, the brig Ann, Captain Grimes, for the Is/and of Timor. She was intended to take her passage througli Torres Straits. -. ? Sailed, on Sunday, the ship Woodman, Captain Leary, for London direct.— Passengers, Lieut. Roberts, and J.; A. Bar boza; Jisq. ? ? ' . , , ? .' ?? - S.iin^t li a It f)ia ulitn C *? 11-^inl mnl ACh '^T«\*...^« '»^'# I a -' * ?'*?? ?'- -- * t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTIO?.. */ ?:'.? Colonial SecRn'rAnr's Offtc-, Se'pf: 9\:1S26 HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HKRE BY gives Notice, that certain Rules anil Order.* -of the Sapreme Com t, da tod the 9ili day of September, instant and jpumbered from nine to sixtjr inclusive, have been trans V milled to England, for his Majesty's confirmation and al lowance. ? * ' - \ ? By his Excellency's Command, *-???-?— ? ? Alex. M'Leay. PUBLfc' NOTICE., -i . SupremkCoubt Office, Sept. 19, 1826. HPHE CHIEF JUSTICE HEREBY GIVES NO .JL TICE, that the Rules and Orders 'of the Su preme XJb'urt,' dated the : 9th day of September instant, and made by him in pursuance of the order of his Majesty in Council; -will commence and:'take effect from and after the first day of October, in this -present year; and,1 that the same are no«v printing forthe cmi'veiiience of the public, and will be ready fur distribution, at the office of the Supreme Court, on the last day of the present month. ' / '? . B-nk of New South Wale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOT ICES* ' Col'omal .Skcketa'uy's Offick, Ski't. li-, 1820. TOT IS EXCELLENCY THB GOV!5ltiSTOU HAS il-EL heen pleased to srpprove of the* .fallowing, alter I aiiims and appointments in thePolice of. the Colony : — Sydney — To be constables, William Kelly Kii'd Thomas Lacy I appointments to bear date ahe 12tluif August, Daniel O'Hrien. appointment to hear date 'lite ISih of August ;' John Kellv. appointment to bear' dote the fith of September.- To bo dis missed, Dennis Lynn and Jvhn Jlergen, for Ui king a bribe. Ill sjgnc-d, Daniel O'Jirien.' 7- ?'? - T ?? . Piiriamaltn — To le constable,- John M'J)unagIi, free, vicr William Murray, dismissed'. ^-- ? ; '_. v . - Liverpool— To be eorisfable,.. Thomas Green,- vies Tho.nm. Ilogari, dismissed for gross prevnricat'ioii'atul neglect, of duty. Appdintmi'nf Hi lii'ardafe'llieloihvult. ? . Stone Quarry Cfeek— -To be constable; 'RicliavdvPary, via Jauies Hardy* removed to Myrtle' Creek. , . ' Arg.Vlc — To be constable, at Goulbtirn...

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