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QUARTER SESSIONS. To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

QUARTER SESSIONS. i'o the Editor of the Jlustrullun. 5,R|_lAvns inucli surprised on looking into the News napers', to find an Advertisement, signed by the Clerk of ll'ifePence, wbefeb) the Quartet- Sessions were appointed . u.. i.uih in firfnlifv-.tt the different ohvees named in said Advertisement. — JNow, air, 1 maintain, timi no nu-nority exists at present, for. the holding of such .Sessions in Oclo jier. ? .'hdiJ if persevered in, will be. illegal. , 'the Act of Pro clamation, of .date the 2 1st of July, 1824, mimes the times, when swcA Sfssiqus sliull tie' held, namely, (with other months) November — ' On liiv fust- Monday, or as soon TJiEBL-ArrEiif mark !) us possible, i n November, at Sy.d (|ev ??? ? On i he second Monday, &c. nt L-verpool ; — -on l|ie third ~:Moiidu.Y,'&c. at Pnrrau-.attn ; — on the fourth Mon day, &c. ai Windsor ;— Each respect ht I y to be convened IN Nuvember.-r- 1 am not aware that the Governor has ap pointed ' other times and pla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

To the Editor of the Australian. As the present Government has: instituted the office o I ipector of Roads, the improvement so rapidly bcco.nnnSj'n0,| in the condition of our internal communications, will ten I i.nnnR,.:-,it.. *^ ,,t,.^'.,,.-. ii.o nr.%'vviii --f our iiilaud towns. I these, Liverpool has more sparingly profited by-i«-''. ? than its situation might have been ex pectod to invite. ^ ^ I A direct road passing by the church until it int.crS!.C,c|||,||| long settlement of the South 'Creek, as onco W'SS '' „ wou J suggested to the late Major Ovens, irt the year 1 — ? ^. ? have aiTorded facility of water carriage (now however . ? br-ninnine to be partially, if not duly estimated. ^M The mode of rond mnkinc. after the system of ft -\ ^.m ennnot be better set forth 'thnn in the »pi-c«fie«l »»' 1Uc|| Gr.uiburn, u hen ndvci Using for the- contract ot u^ ? mond and Livt-rpool Bo'ads. ?' .. ? -.t, .i,n nick-ajc '? The rond should be lifted, i. e. oprm-d «iht hcj ^ m receive the b...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. James Connor, overseer of a gang of government la- bourers, employed in the Commissariat Stores, was brought before the Bench on Monday, charged with having been   concerned in the abstraction of a cask or more of salt pro- visions from the stores. The evidence adduced being deemed insufficient, the charge was dismissed, but in dis- missing the prisoner, the Bench agreed to recommend his removal from Sydney immediately.       A man named Mattingly was charged by several trades-       men residing in Sydney with fraud. The man, it appeared, had acted for six years past, as overseer to Dr. Bowman, in the General Hospital. On a search made by consta- bles on board the brig Ann, prior to her leaving the har- bour, he was found stowed away in the vessel, brought on shore, and confronted with amongst many others, two butchers, named Harper and Kelly, who deposed to the &nbs...

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

..J^^ /j2tfi4instantf 'the slonn Amelia, ,,l-elonsjing; ? to mPj'-go* en Jhore. about, fifteen iniles. to the Northward .of ' this por?— the sAils nnd othc'rVrtTcleV iivldhihi^' i' tliV said yt-vfpl ' ? tiwng :ia viil {nh& t'n fcen'oi' -ili6rc ; nud on tfie hi gh t 'of tlie J 3i Is or ?leftrljr !tIi(J':followihg'n»brning,i«bn-'e person, or iporsons, -dirt fe- ,-lmiioi|sly Meal: from the, b-ael.i., three, jibs* one, foresail. -tud s-nc rgjift-UjpsaiI^brlongin£. to the said, vessel,— -I do hereby oiler a leiVarci. of sixty dollars, to'n'ny person, giving such information ''«'» Will lead to the conviction of tiro offenders. ? .Tnty::2atli; 18'2fi. V . '? Thomas Stkkkt. TWENTY DOLLARS REGARD, . ' TL&TfJ E l^K A S; AhbUTDlJSK. ON Fill DA V'' ? ;W; ^voniiiir last, ri DEAL ^BO'X am! BAG, con laiiiirig Wearing /Vpjmrell LetlerSan/'l Paper's,' IJo.iks, and sun dry oilier articlei/together- withA.JVInsket,* and Fowling-piece, ? wcjre. stolen from im open (l-uat. in. Watson's B...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 September 1826

An explanatory letter, from Mr. Throaby, in refer. encc to. a flogging1 affair, will be found in another ''column. Mr. Throsby complains of the Act of In ? .1..mnitv. because Its intervention nrevented him from giving sucn explanation, as woum at lease nave res. 'eueil him from the imputation of having been concern ed in an inhuman proceeding; Other Magistrates, we doubt not, entertained the same feelings as Mr. Thros hy, felt that many instances of torture might be cap. able of assuming a very difl'erent aspect, on full in Vestiirationv from that which abrief and often imperfect .record presented, anil .would have been equally desirous of having their judgments canvassed in open Court. Mr.- Throsby may well feel anxious to escape the odium which -public opinion and common huma nity attach to acts which have roused the indignation 1 of evcryaOne ; 'and iv-litch have been visited with well, merited,, ^reprobation.. '..But had . not the legislator thought the illogal punishments were ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(SEPT. 212) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 September 1826

S Y DN IS Y. MAR K ETS.— -(S ept. 212) Owing .to the impassible state of the roads from .the .tempestu ous weather, on Tuesday and yestenkty, the market looked very bare this morning. Articles. 'generally went oft' ot a high price. '?.-.-£ .s. d. ?2t - - _ sold at per Bush. 0 t8(i . .a- ... ? ...... :. ?.,.'-? o *r o .Average Price of Wheat ? - ^07 1. Ditto of maize ' ' . ,- 0 3 0 . . ; , t Barley., - .'?..- -0 ; 3 6 . Fine Plour 2;i5.0d. »'g. per cwt.,- „' .:. . Socoi d) do.' 18s. Od. perdo. ... , Pollard, 2s. Od.' per ^bushel ' Braiv, Is. 6d. ditto. , . ' ,... . ? '??*-. Potatoes, 19s. Od. per cwt.; fowls, 3s. fid. to 4s. diaper. 'couple ' . Turkevs, 15s. Od. U»'20v. Od. per couple. ???-- :,- ? «' -?- T -,^ Ducks' 5s. Od. — Geese 1 Is. Od. \. ; -..'., .. - -M* ? Butter,-2s. 3d. to -is. Oil. per Ib'.— :Eggs,- Is. Od. to^ls.' 9u.'.per dozen. _? , \ , ; .. . ?? ^ »??.-,:'.?;? .^ ' . Cheese, Is. Od. per 1b. ' ..''.'-. ' ? . ♦ ?Assize price of bread fivepcrice halfpenny per loaE .Stlli...

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 September 1826

?SHIP^r-WS. Arri7p|i nij;Thnrsllny; ihe Colonial Cutter, G/-v,«*rnr,r /Vril»nr» ft oil) 'Fost-'lHIty ilrjil t~, t bui, TS th i ti'^xu i ,-^-la'd i hg 400 Maks IPloli r, 1 bales of. Wool, 300 Kangaroo skin;., and 100 Seat skius. — Pas- senger, Cnptaiu Taylor,, late ^ of the ship Caroline.

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

To' ADVErtTisEns.-— By reference-to affidavits, niade on be half «tV' The Australian,' and also of 'the Sydney Gazette, it will t-e seen that the snleof each iiinnbcr of ' The Australian,' cxcVcd.i* tlie sale of each nunibi'r'r.f tlic Gazette, by one ^iiun nRiiD and sr.vr.NTY-r.ionT, (vileuho; the' 'article comparative sale in another commit.) ? .' . SYDNEY,' SEPTRMHKlt 23, 1S2C

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

? ? ' AOIUOUI.TtJnAL SOCIETY. *i A. AN ESPECIAL lSlEl3Tii\O OF THE] A^riciilciU'ivl n\\-\ Hortir.riUurul Society, held.ar iha Sidney Hotel un Wednesday 30th August, l£'-!5 — . . ' „. Present, , '. , - ?'Sir Jbliir Jamison, Krt. Presitlent-^ -..-.??-.- Thr Hon. 'Alex. |\t'4-e}iy,, „-. ,Mr..Jones, A. -2. Gen. Lithguw, tvTr. Icely, Mr. Spark, - ' , Mr.tT.H. James, -?_.,. Mr Wollslonecraft, ? Mr, Maziurc,^ ' Re.-. ! the proceedings of the several ? Meetings fjpf the l'ltli ?'June 1825— GtirOct: 1S25— 2OtU Dceiiiber' 18^5— 23d Fe bruary 1320-Wuid those,of (lie last $I«eting, of. 'JJth IVIny 1820.' , '. ' ' ' ? .2 ? IrrVo'nfonmty with -a resolution of the General Meeting of the 14itli-.*un.«.lU3!5 — .' Thnt the future exhibition of catlk',*&c. for tl'ie -premiums of the Society, be divided into half yearly ?hews, ' at 'Parrainatfa ;? namely,' those of horses 'and sheep, on tt^e li st Thursday in the month of October; of .each year; and the shew of horned cattle, pigs, &c. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL COURT—(Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 September 1826

CRIMINAL COURT — (Wednesday.)             George Glew, James Smith, and — Savage, were indicted for receiving property, knowing the same to have been feloniously stolen from the premises of Messrs. Aspinall, Brown, and Co., Sydney, in the month of March last.— Patrick Reardon stood charged with committing a bur-   glary.— It appeared in evidence, that some time in the month of July last, the house of a person named Clements,   residing in King-street, was forcibly entered in the night- time. On a noise in the lower apartment being made, cries of murder, thieves, were set up, which being heard by Chap- man, a constable, caused him to make promptly towards house, the prisoner rushed out, and trusted to the swiftness of his heels — Chapman, who might on this occasion, and   not without some shew of reason on his side, apply "bald   fronted" Caesar's laconici...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 September 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS.                     John Adams, a free mechanic, articled to the Australian Agricultural Company, was charged, on Thursday, by Mr. Daw- son, the manager, with refusing to perform certain work alloted him though not exceeding the terms of his agreement, and   also with misbehaviour. The man was sentenced, under the Act of Geo. 4, ch. 96, to be imprisoned in the gaol, as the house of correction, for fifteen days. Charles Smithers, George Ashcroft, and Michael Doyle, were charged individually with being concerned in the embezzlement of a quantity of government stores. It appeared, from evidence in support of the charge, that the prisoner Ashcroft was employed in the Carters' Barrack establishment, and had been permitted to sleep out of Barracks. He lodged at the house of one Pullen, a labouring man, to whom he gave a blanket be...

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

JUST LANDED, AND FOR SALE AT THE stores of Mr. Pritchetr, a few choice Yorkshire hami, pine cheese, Dunbar & Barclay's brown stout, loaf sugar, a few casjw'of good Ma'deira* at 1ft Spanish dollars each. ' ' ' ALSO,, a small invoice ^ of ladies'.' :fasbionable corsets, su periiire stockings, gentlemen's, and children's socks, ladies' shoes, beaver bonnets, &cc. See. Stc. t~6'CII FINE IlEkaiNGS, lN~FiRKiTJSrAr ' ?'? ANDREW FRAZIER'S. ' AT A. B. SPARkS^~»IAURITIUS~ SUGAR' 'chulan, hyson, and gunpowder teas, coffee vcrlu'ceIJi, sauces, preserves, annatto,-salrpetre, ^Manilla segars» Derwent wheat, 'Wilney blanket*, gearing apparel, cambrics iongclcith, Iitdia mats, wool, Hodgsoifs pale ale, wines, &c. Sec Also, eighty Dcrwent ewes. ? - ? , FOR SALE, . ? ? AT MR. CAMPBELL'S STORES, THE CARGO O-F 'GREEN TEAS, -'just* landed ftom'the JANr, ELIZA, direct from Canton, arid which will be disposed of) by the Package, at the following Prices — 'Hyson Skin, per chest, ^£6...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ??-:??? „ oxur, Secretary's Office, tSept.1, 21, 1S20. -,,?,)' TilR TRUSTEES-- OL? THE-CLEfUJYiANDi SCHOOL : LA N DS IN TH13 CO LONYv -' . rtf PURSUANCE OR THE; ^KING^S? ROYAL i CO^tfi* invthat ihehalf, his ?,Exc;c,lJefncjl| the':Gd- crMI,r hereby cpjivenGs,:*R:'Special^ G.p,nera.l,' Coi'rt\if .ihesaui Trust*''' to 'i-e lielcl'tht'*'tliej(3ouri6il Chamber, -'on: Thursday ithe.1 .'3tli iustnnt.'at t»yelvo-'clo---k. ?--??'-* '$;-' ?^???Y .? ;':; ]:_-' -. | ?_ By-i.l'9 ': Excellency's Goriim'arid',-'v '! ?'?'..'?? i ? \ . - :j ;!|'(-;/:: '' ''' ';''», ;-'i: ^Alex; M'Leay;' ! j COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SEPT. 22, 1826. SUPPOSED MURDER.         WHEREAS FREDERICK FISHER, BY THE   ship atlas, holding a Ticket of Leave, and   lately residing at Campbell Town, has disappeared within these last three months—it is hereby notified, that a reward of twenty pounds will be given for the discovery o...

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

Topics of considerable interest have for a tii»e cau»eil. H'iu« pensiori to our discussions on the state of the Colony. But the period of interruption to tjiis branch of our labours lias not been, unprofitable spent, as it 'has aiTordtd us the opportunity of as «.*rtaimng seycial poiuts of .infurmatioii, which- \ye ate. sure will be deemed. interesting. .??..,. ? ' The pressure of ths times is great, the '.'pecuniary crisis,' ha ciiiis of difllculty, and there is » great deal in the circutnStancea oftliij Colony, calculated to fill the mind with .gloomy appre hensions. The' power and resources liowever.'of the Coloiiy are extensive— Mt only 'requires that these should be properly con centrated in proper objects, and that a /wise and liberal policy should, be pursued, where the policy of tlie government can be effective, in ordej to relieve public anxiety— public distress, and to allow the Colony v- to profit of the gifts which nature has bountifully bestowed upon it, that in a very ...

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PUPLIC FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 September 1826

PUPLIC FEELING. The following expressions' of popular feeling' tool: . place on the anticuurecriient of some of lite subscrip ? rions, iit the grout public meeting in London, on the -2d of Slay, held for this purpose of providing relief to tjie distressed manufacturing* districts. .-The' amount received In one day, the first, was Eighteen 'Thousand Pounds. ?-.-.,. t '?-?' k ' Fi'oir. his M;ij.'s1y, in* addition to his ' other subscriptions, jo lelieve local ? -' dibtie^scs ? — - - — ^£2000 (went cheers.) Tiu* Marquess of Stafford — ? . J000 (cheers.) ' Sir R-. Peel — — _? nOO (cheers.) The Karl of Liverpool — . . ? £200 (hunr.) Mr. r.aiutiiii; — — 100 (hi&s'eO l\Jr. Peel — — rJOO,('oud ekeis.) Mr, Huskissou — , 300 (hisses.) The Chancellor of llie Exchequer ioo (hisses.) Mr. W. Peel — — 100 ('cheers J Mr. Dawson — — l()0 (cheers.) '? The Loid Chancellor — 200 (hea.-, jiear.) The Archbishop of Ganto-bury ? 100 (hisses.) The Bishop of'Londun ? 100) ... % The Bi»h«.p of Chester...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . Colonial SkciVeta.ry's Office, Sept. 20, lS2i-. PERSONS WILLING TO CONTRACT FOR. the conveyance of Twenty-five. Tons of Coals from Newcastle to Sydney weekly, from the 10th of'Ocloberto . the 1st of April, 1S27, are requested to transmit sealed tenders to this Orlice, by twelve o'clock on Monday, 'next, (he. second of , October, endorsed '« Tender for the conveyance of CoaJ.' ? *T$y -his iExcolhincy's Command, - Alex. M'Leay. ' PUBLIC NOTICES. .. . -FIFTY FOUNDS REWARD. ' Colonial :Secretary's Office, Sept. 26, 182fi. '^y HEREAS A ROBBERY WAS. RECENTLY ™ ▼ committed in the stores of Messrs. Aspiuall, Brown and Co. and' property to a very considerable amount fe loniously stolen therefrom ;— And whereastheprincipal persons concerned in the said robbery have, as yet, eluded detection. ? the above reward will be paid to any person or persons (the - principals exceptedj who shall give such informnlion as may Jeadito the apprehension of the perpetrators of the above r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 September 1826

(1OVERNMEJ\T NOTICES. f'oi.oviAIi Si cm lAitv'** Oilier, Suit. 21, 182G TO TIJR TRUSTEES AND CLEKUY OP THIS SCHOOL LANDS IN T11F- COLONY. ]fN 1MJHSUANCP OP THIS KIND'S ROYAL b. CJiarlei in th.it behalf, hii- Hxmtyency the Go vi rnur lieu l-y eouve nes- a Special General Court of thesud 'I msloi-s, to be. held- at the Council Cii imbur, cm 1 hiirsdiij* tlie fciJih instant, ;it twelve o'clock. By his Exc-cllency-b Command, Am\. M'Luvy. Colonial SEqnErAnv'b OrriCE, Sept. 22, 1S2G SUPPOSED MURDER. WIIERK VS rili^OERICK FISHER, TY THE slup At Lib, holding a Ticket of Leave, and litcly re id i rig At Cimpliell Town, Ins dis ipp' iroel within these J i.t llirc c months — it is hereby notified, tli it a re »v, rd of twe »t% , jxxiikIs 'ill 1)0 given fin lliu discoxery i-l th° bods of ihe said ViPileriek Fisher, oraf ho shall ha\o quitted tlie Colony, a re w ml ot Ine pounds will l-Bsgi\Cii to any person oi persons who sliill produce pioof nf^tdc same-. By His E\.ccllQncy's Command1, Alex. M...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 September 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. A bateau d'office bearer, or in plain English, a constable ap-   plied on Saturday for a summons against an illicit retailer of strong waters. The applicant's information set forth that having become cognisant of a person whom he trusted, by and by, with- out transgressing the strict bounds of "truth and soberness," to   call — defendant, being in the habit of occasionally drowning the thirsty desires of any friend or seeming friend, in full bumpers of   brown stout, or the "double distilled," not for love, but money, he determined upon taking in the "knowing 'n's," and under   the disguise of a poor "country lout," proceeded towards     the residence of the illicit vender before alluded to— knocked at the portal, without much difficulty obtained admission, and soon was enabled to wet his whistle with a jug of foaming home-brewed; he took a draught of his "heavy," but this was not the way...

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THE INKEEPER'S COW. FLOWERS OF LEGAL ELOQUENCE!!! M'Namara, v. M'Cafferty. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 September 1826

THE INKEEPER'S COW. FLOWERS OF LEGAL ELOQUENCE! ! ! M'Namara v. M'Cafferty. GENTLMEN OF THE JURY.-— In this case I am coun-     sel for the plaintiff, who , has deputed me, insufficient as I   am, to lay before you the melancholy story of this mul- tiplied wrongs. I rise with fear when I survey the host of legal myrmidons ranging their phalanx on the side of the defendant; when I behold them wielding with skilful hands the Archillean armour of the law, and casting on me those ineffable glances, which "can be felt, but cannot be followed." But gentlemen, if I rise with fear, it is for myself, not for my client. I cannot but fear being stung by the lash of their sarcasm, pricked by the nettlers of their raillery, scorched by the blaze of their opposition, and blinded by the smoke with which their art will hide   the weakness of. their cause. As for my client, he must   and will have justice ; if justice be still like the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 September 1826

WMAC'DONALD, -GUN-MAKBRi' BRASS ? FOIINDEM', and IRON-MONGEIt,! opposite the Market-place, beg3 leave to return his sincere thanks' to his Friands and the Pubiici for the liberal -encouragement he has hitherto received, and informs them, that he Jias removed 'a. few doors lower down, in Georgc-streeJ., the opposite. Corner to Uie V/.alerloo-Warj-'hnuse, where lie. has for SALE, Ihe; following' GOODS, viz. .-—Double and single barrelled fowling-pieces, muskets, blunderbusaes, pistols, cutlasses, and fire arnjs of every description. Likewise, a few casks of gun-powder, ^cannister, and quarry ditto, shot, and balls of sizes, lHnts, belts, llasks, moulds, and wasii roods, Sec. &y. &:c. . ; - * ALSO— a liirye assortment of Culinary utensils, consisting ot'rouad and ovp.I iron pots, from 2 to 10 gallons, tinned inside, saiice-p'.ins ditto, iish ditto, tea kettles .arid boilers' ditto, copper, ditto, stew-pans, from No. 1, to 12, frying-pans', grid irons, ilour, and corn mi...

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