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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS.       We have been somewhat deficient of late in atten- tion to our Correspondents. We promise to re-peruse all the communications that we have, and give judg-   ment next week. Want of room compels us this week to exclude a Colonist and an Emigrant. We are sorry at having again to notice the complaints of our Advertising Friends, who imagine that because their favours in-   crease, we become more careless of attending to their instructions. We can assure them that we at all times repeat the insertions when requested. To prevent, however, a recurrence of similar     complaints, we will in future continue to insert all advertisements   when the number of insertions is not specified, until further orders.                     &nb...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(DEC. 30) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (Dec. 30)   No. of Bush. sold £ s. d.         25 - - sold at per Bush. 0 7 6           47 - - - - 0 7 0           114 - - - - 0 6 6         74 - - - - 0 6 0           Average Price of Wheat 0 6 6 halfpenny   Ditto of Maize 0 5 3                       Ditto of Barley nominal             Oats 0 2 9             Potatoes, 4s. 6d. per cwt.   &...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

ENGLISH NEWS. By the ship Ann and Amelia we have received English and Irish Papers to the early part of September.   A tour on the Continent, it was whispered in the   fashionable circles, was in contemplation by His Ma- jesty about the end of September.         Parliament was expected to meet on the 4th of No-   vember for dispatch of business, and afterwards to stand prorogued to January, when a dissolution of   Parliament would take place. The meeting in January would make the sixth session since the King's ac- cession.                       We find that a most distinguished English Noble-   man, Lord Holland has been prevented from entering Italy on an intended tour through that Country, by the order of the Emperor of Austr...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GEOGRAPHICAL GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

GEOGRAPHICAL GARDEN. A novel proposition has been made to the American   Congress, by an American, for a grant of ten acres of land, and ten thousand dollars capital, to enable him   to construct, in the city of Washington, a geographi- cal garden. The following extracts from the memo- rial, will give the reader an idea of the intended garden :   "The memorialist proposes to form near the capi-     tal a geographical garden. In this, all the known parts of the world shall be accurately delineated. The   beds of oceans, seas, gulfs, bays, and lakes, shall be depressed, and the continents, peninsulas, and isth- muses, mountains, islands, &c. shall be raised in pro- portion to their respective elevations on this sphere. "The beds of the oceans, &c. shall be covered with   gravel, and the lands shall be adorned with verdure; and the mountains may rest on the same kind of stone as c...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

THIS is to caution the Public against giving credit to my wife Ellen Frazier, as we have this day separated by     mutual consent, she receiving from me a stipulated annuity for   her support and maintenance.                   Cambridge-street, Jan. 5, 1825. ANDREW FRAZIER.         NOTICE.-u-;T.heMastralia-;Co.nipanyv!s,Agent^ to intiniate tfcti-e;p'ubjicj:itliut,jlie is^rpjidy^t all times -.to treat with individuals, residefj^Jierpj for- tlie passage of 'persons from the United .Kingdom to^tliisjDoiony. ~h'it3*!-&'i ^*:.^';! ' :; liydcpositinga^egurity irThis bonds, -a passage outin'one of the cpjiipan^y's ships,' 'tiiay 'be arrariged'iii favour of- any in'tend ing eniigfan'tV-'-V-'' ?^'^?^^ ;*'-? '?-?/: _;? '?;? ^ ?:;;?/ ..v w. ??',-,; i ?',-'?'? '? j IndiviHuals irt. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

It was only in compliance with the wish of certain of the most zealous of our friends that we were in- duced to deviate from the system which we had prescribed for our government, and to notice the attack on us which appeared in the columns of our contemporary. We regret that we thus suffered our- selves to be prevailed upon to depart from that course   which mature consideration had pointed out for our adoption, and that we did not allow this fresh specimen     of that good will towards us, of which our contem- porary boasts so much and so injudiciously, to sink quietly into that ungrateful oblivion which has al- ready swallowed up all traces of his former "fellow- ship." We have always made due allowance for the irritation and petulance which an opposition journal was of itself naturally calculated to elicit; and if to this consideration we had superadded a due portion of allowance for that extra spleen which our success and his declension co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

ANNO QUINTO.   GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 2.) By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of Now South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the advice of the Council. An Ordinance to stay proceedings against any person or persons advising, issuing, or executing any Proclamation, Order, or other Act of any Governor or Acting Governor of New South   Wales and the Dependencies of the Government of the said Colony. (January 4th, 1825.)             WHEREAS, since the establishment of a Colony in New South Wales and the Dependencies thereof, the Governors, or other persons administering the Government of the   said Colony, have, from time to time, made and published divers Proclamations, Orders, Rules, and Regulations, for the peace, welfare, and good government hereof; — And whereas it is expe- dient, that all persons who have advised, is...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SABINA, TO THE JOLLY COACHMAN'S LINES, ON THE LIGHTNESS OF WOMAN'S MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1825

SABINA, TO THE JOLLY COACHMAN'S LINES, ON THEI     LIGHTNESS OF WOMAN'S MIND.     How simple is woman, to list to the tale,   When man vows his heart is devotedly true, Full, full as inconstant, it flies with the gale , Still anxiously panting for something that's new.   Oh credulous \vbmanj afFt^ctfonate, 'trtie,— J What eximple, what precept, can open thy eyes Tlio* dbl.udpd^orieveir-j^cojidemncd still tj^rue ,. 1J , When,'* w/jen wilt thoii, Itarn,* aitful man to despise' , JVlen boast o^tli^ir reason— their fortitude preach, ?- j While stiir iheir^oVn passion^ 'are failing) to'Vtile , ' FoV afl tha*tJto Ionian ', } they' ever could teai h, -v Was, a.le«son of 1 sorrow, foi pi tying the fo- 1. 1' When Mah'mcbcalld us mere idols of pleasure, (iI ,fAi;d saidjwe to reason and thinking were blind ; ,-^Hov^li^tle,, Ins weak^nd^rstandmg could measure , (A* \\ onianjs^relmernent^ariu' treasures of nnnd. 1 r |Q...

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 — 13 January 1825

To thp. Editor nf the Australian. Sir. 1 w,o old, through the mod mm or your v»iuapic Paper, call tho attention of the otiuors and non-cOni-,1 missioned officers, iii charge of guards, as well as of t\\n tirhlffii iTi :in i ??fiirrn !?.* **\ t-ir n n 5 t-a nc 1 n i*nnst.srf-n f Wlf military discipline, as with public safety, which some recent outiages sufticie.ntlv evince. 1 allude ,o the jjracticc of allowinir soldiers to leave their respective guards afc unseasonable times; whence they may be tound prowling about tbe stieets at all hours of the night, too frequently in a state of inebriation, insult ing, and on many occasions even assaulting 'the peace able pas-.enger. 1 should be sorry to cast ungrounded imputations on the miliraiy; yet, I cannot but' be in clined to think, that many of the nocturnal dcpicda tions, of late so frequent, are the results of this great inegularity : and, indeed, this conjecture will be suf ficiently borne out by past experience. , .1 .have, the honor...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(JAN. 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (Jan. 6.) No. of Bush. sold. ,£ s. d, \ 61 - sold atjper Bush. 0 ? 6 i '286 - - -„- 1-070 12-* .... .. ,0-.,,e 6, 24 ? - - - - 0 ,6. 0- Average Price of Wheat 0 6 10.3 farthings. '- Ditto of (Mai/e ' *' , - ' O- 5 8 « ^ jf Ditto of Barley - O 4 . O Oals ' - ' -.' nominal. ' Potatoes, 4s. 0d. per chU c Fov\Is, 9s. Gd. per b'ln'plc Butler, tfs.'Sd. per Ibi ? , 'Eggs, Is. 4d-' per dozen. , | 'Cheese, Is. 3d. perlb. '-- N t' As«»ze ot Bread — Lonfof2 1bs. — four pence. ? ?' ? Si((zng-Ala^utia(c^-WiM.iAArWE3iysstiLbq. !

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

SONG, To t7ie .H&ifft- '- There. ts7iae luck aliout'the housed 6*vtake^no heed of Maiiv's) eye, Her 'glance is to uVtray, - ^ ' ?Tin :i;i-u :«li«', llffl..1 Imtfnrflv 1 hat lights and f}its- away. , 'Twill sport around eacli gayish flower. That tempts its gaudy wing^ And rote alike through every 'bower, ( ' * A little foolish tlim^. ' . ' -- ? „ . j, . 'J lien take no heed, &Q» O take no heed of Marv's tongue, 1* ^n (r^Wbcn plighted vows are given, 'Tisvhke the morning cloud, that's hung In pi ace o'er ang-y heaven. - * 4 'Twill pass in d^rng brightness by, ' for . Nor -leave oi.e cheering, ray, ' ' Tho' smiles may bless 'the morning sky, Yet thunder shakes the day. __ **?'?'% Then take 11b beed, &q» O take no heed of Mary's smile, . 'i ~ That lures with witching ray, 'Tis like the fires' deceitful wile, - That o'er the marshes stray. -jW»ti»-iiTT»«.ful_stepj we trnro the sprighf, * ' And fancy bliss 'the' way, ' ' ' * Till reason's morn,' with faithful light...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

v ;-^; 3Tp COMPOSITORS. ,.; . ' b /fTa-ntc'd, ,a-i Compositor— zfirstvjate mages toill be g&vonjfr^Jlpply:at .The Jig s^tM(.jJi,i^O^JFiGf:. - Jjf\ihe^C6mpoait6r- who ^applied for ? iixor)c at The Jiitsiraiian 'Qftibg a's/iort^tihte 'ago? tall call ftg]am,'he wtlpbeeviplojctf. ? ? ? ? .--— ???-?? ' -.--.,- 'Tlie 'two Coiiiposiliirs who are saidto -be /at.JNetoGqs tie, arc -j'eqii'cJtcd .1o'-iialcc ?Uhown the' circumsta?iccf Wider tohrch :th~ey,drc r.einaininggtiiere.'Vy^ ' To CoRBESPONOENTS.-^-AVe are comndled;to. postpone judg ?meiit-on -the favours 'of our Correspondents -until ;next, -week. SYDNEY, JANUARY 13, 1S25.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

ENGLISH NKWS. Wivdsou, Auo/12 — ^Tliis being hi* Majesty's birth-day, tha njorning was ushered in \\jth ringing; of 'bells,, nnd otfier de monstrations 'of rejoicing. Soon 'after one o'clock' the King came down the Lntig-walk Sn hii carriage, and drove to i'the Castle. ^wjierejlVJr. Wyatt theiarc.hitect,,;and the tradespeople eniployed -n the projected alterdtrdns and improveiiientsr were in waitings ihti work-people all, stood in 'a row, and saluted lnsi*Majesty aa . lie p-» ed,Svhich the .King gnciousty rej^iyiled. His Majesty proceeded to lay the first stone for the ifew*g-apd eiltrance/'every thing. w as in.read mess for the, occasion, the' silver tiowel was pre sented to, the King, whojhen laid , the first stone | after which, his Majesty presented Mr. Wyatt's clerk 'of the' works with tha silver Irawel., Tlie King ordered (i^ch of, the,, workmen, half -a crown. ^ The^Kmg afterwards inspected tlxe' alterations making in 'the inside of the castle. The workmen, in* 'digging in 't...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

T^rOTJCE.-.-The Australian' Company's Agent bco-s L^l to intimate, to the public,' that, he is ready at airtiines0to treat with individuals, resident here, for the passage of persons 'roin the United Kipgdointo this Colony. By depositing a security in hishands, a, passage out in bne-of he cortpany^s ships, may be arranged in favour of any inlend ng emigrant. . . . ? ' : Individuals in want of free mechanics, farn^sen-ants, &c. may ilso be supplied with them in a way tlie most satisfactory ., The igent will enrol the name of tlieparty 'applying for such ineclia acs or others, in a register to 'be kept at the company's office icre, in which register the profession of, the person wanted, the ength of ^time he, is, expected to svrve, the rate of \\aoes lube Mowed him on arrival, and other leading circumstances shall be tated. :..'.,.. The advantages this .plan presents are obvioiis. The manager if the.company at home, will personally satisfy himself, that the iiechaiiics or othe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT. (MONDAY, JAN. 10) The Jury Question. The King v. the Sheriff [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

SUPREME COURT.~ CMowday, Jan. 10.) The Jury Question. . The.Kinir b. the Sheriff -??Tihisvimportant ca.se came on for argument this dajr. The Solicitor General appeared onbelialfof the ShcriH to s'hew caus'e agdinsf the Rule being made absolute. The' learned. Gentleman commenced by reading* a pas auge. icom liiacustoae, ac&eninagj.ha if^tuxa of a ^-it of Maijidajnus, - '* . z ~ i lie tiien observed, that this was not an application to restore to the applicants, any suspended pdveloge; but to imp-osekupon them a'burth,er(some duty,' front which, accordinef'to the tenor of various' provisional clauses in-actrs of Parliament, it would be clearly she^vn, persons generaWy^wcre anxious to be exempted. ^ He then adverted to the icasons which 'exempted persons from serving the office of jurors, and procepdp/l to state, that a mandamus' did not lie where the pjaijjy Had a specific leihedy.: as was held in the case of 'Ahe Kinu: v. Bishop of Chester.' The parties, in this, case wcrecp...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE OFFICE. (THURSDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

POLICE OFFICE. (THURSDAY.) Mistress Elizabeth Jackson, otherwise Montague,   a comely dame, fat, fair, and forty— landlady of a certain rendezvous for weary travellers, and grand resorte for the newly arrived tars at Port Jackson— very aptly designated the "The Jolly Waterman," si-   tuated on the Rocks; together with her daughter, Miss Montague, a blushing demoiselle—Mistress Sally St. Leger, otherwise "Swallow;" a lady whose exploits   in the suds have attached to her name no inconsi-   derable degree of lustre, among the beaux of Sydney, who pride themselves on the peculiar whiteness of their cravats, and their exquisitely starched wristbands;       and lastly Mistress Walton, vender and retailer in general, of tea, tobacco, soap, and the like groceries, appeared before the Magistrates, under the following circumstances:— From the statement of one Mistress     &...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

To the Editors of the Australian. Gentlemen, From the character of your paper I conceive you will not be   displeased with, much less refuse insertion, to opinions and pro- jects differing from your own.       The subject of the postscript of this week's Australian is of great importance, as it concerns the morals of these colonies at large, and the moral and and general welfare of those unfortunate men who by their crimes or infirmities (for crimes are not always the cause) subject themselves to transportation from this colony to what is called a penal settlement.     History, both ancient and modern, shews that the sufferings and reformation of criminals, entered but little into the considera- tion of legislators and rulers. Most nations have considered ex- ample and warning the only legitimate ends of punishment, and therefore the more terrible the punishment, in their opinion, the better. Hence the ori...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRISONERS FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

PRISONERS FOR TRIAL. The trial of prisoners commenced yesterday in the Supreme Court ; there are at present 98 down for trial. The following is a list of the prisoners, to- gether with their offences:—                   Thomas Murray charged, on oath of Clements Doughty, with breaking open his master's stores, and stealing a quantity of salt, &c. the property of Mr. McKenzie. Thomas Carter charged, by Wm. Pluson, constable, on suspicion of robbing the house of James Dickett, of Evan. Wm. Mealy charged, on oath,     with pig-stealing. Thos. Slater charged, on oath, with stealing a silver watch, and a gold key, the pro- perty of Hugh Murray. J. Hancock charged, on oath, with forging and uttering an order, in writing, pur- porting to be the order of Mr. R. Cooper on Mr. Brown, to deliver two baskets of tobacco, and know- ing the same to ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

Commissariat Office, Sydney, Jan. 4, 1825. ON FRIDAY the Fourteenth Instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, there will be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the. Lower Store, Syd- ney, about Five Tons of Iron, assorted. William Wemyss, Deputy Commissary General.   Bank of New South Wales, December 28, 1824. THE PROPRIETORS of BANK STOCK are re- quested to meet at the Bank Building's on Friday the 21st   day of January next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of declaring the half-yearly Dividend, &c. ending the 31st instant. A. K. Mackenzie,   Secretary to the Bank of New South Wales In the Supreme Court. Sheriff's Office, Jan. 8, 1S24.           Berry and Another v. Bacon. THE SALE in this cause having been postponed to Friday the 14th Instant, the Defendant's Interest of one   half share to the implements and stock in trade of a soap manu- &...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 January 1825

It ivill -be -seen that the jury question iv-ent off .on:., 'Monday ;last .'oh ,a 'point of .'form. It . is one of.thcV - characteristics '.of the »;iyrit pf -mandam:us' -ivhich was j?l ?resorted to jon; this occasion.', that -it onl v;lies in cases msJ ?where there is a deprivation df 'a'spe'ciific'lcgal righ't,ra!mf J a'n absence °a'lsoroyta?:S'p9cip'c,legaXr.e^cdy^;7^1i^'princi?;^ .p.le, of ..law was well-known to the.£*Counsel,;whp^.rn'qy^d ^forythe -r-ule. ultiwas.also.wellt knowai ito Jtliem.jthat^y'. the s);atutes:of 7 arid-8^V;m}:lII.;and'tbe-ltl. of ^e^; ; }2.iaifipeniiic:inodelof-return.irig juryilistsiisipointediput, by ;.iv.hipir;that''Uuty'tiT'T^niove(t.'fc'6''m ?the; Sheriffj .,tn:e ; -common law-officer-, ..andAvesteduiriitheiiiigS:ancnpetty !; 'constables ;-i-a'nd'tliat 'they Svere^ubject,'; .b'atfri .to p^- 1 .naltics andiiindictmoiit, iifor :- any Jnonrconipliance ;wit!i thq various proyisiens of these acts. ' These -statutes, however,-the -substance -of ~which~is ...

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