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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

SHIP -NrtWS. , AriivpUon.Siindfty last, in 1 1 days from Port Dalrymple, the ollf'r JSjH'edwi-ll, Captain Jainc;. Lmling, wlipat,' ivool'giut [inclric--. ' ? - ' ??Sailyd on Monday .the bnrk Will), for New Zealand, fora car gy «»( sp^rs,. :. Yesterday the schooner Samuel for Port Stephens, with, stores &c. for tin? Australian Agricultural Coiupnny. ' * ' ' '* Same dny the schooui'r Darling for I* on Alapqunrie. - ? ? The cutter Governor Arthur is expected to sail to Jay forPort ' Dairy in pie.' ' ». ? ' ?' ,'.... Tlie briy-Govprnor Phillips was g-/Jng »P the -Port Dalrvrtipla v . Tlivuras the Speedwell camudnwu. She maile the pajia^e from lioncc in six days. The Dhrllng- will proceed to the' Dcrwent imtnediatuly'^fter her return froiji.Port Mjtcqnaik*. * ? p- Hoop Iron.'of 'one inch. ' . ».t '^ , , . August 15, 18ti(i. * , ri*n ? » ? T _

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSE OF COMMONS, MAY 2. CONDUCT OF MAGISTRATES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

HOUSE ,;OP (JUJUMONS,:MAY ; 2. ; CONDUCT OP .MAGISTRATES' IN NEW SOUTH WALES. f P'ivini The Mnrniiirr Chronicle. ) , ? ' ? Upon Sir M. \V'. Ridley rising to '.make his motion on tins subject, , . , . : . . .... Mf/Cinliing begged the' Honorable Baronet to consent tb'ilii pbstponcnient, ns tlie subject of paramount iniportanco' fixed for' that evening, was likely to cxcitca protracted discussion;.' -? ??? -' ; Sir M. Ridley expressed his tletermiiiatiori to occupy a'very small portion of their time, but he could not? ?from a sense.of public duty, permit any subject to take precedence. Tbe.IIo nonrable 'Baronet, after somc; intrbductofy observation s ; upon .the necessity of preserving the' atlriiinistration of justice free -from all suspicion of partiality or cruelty, proceeded to detail those 'facts upon ? which he. lioped to eslablislra case for tlie ebnsi . deration of the House'.- [From the noise which prevailed,' bow cycr, it 'was; impossible to' hear more than detached seritehc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

DIED — On Monday morning last, the infant son of Henry Brooks, Esq.   Lately, at Bargo, William Lilly, Esq. formerly Lieutenant in the 102d regiment.  

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CoLoNur, Secbetaky's Okvice, Oct. 3, 1S'2C». | IT JJISlNtt NECESSAltY TO COMPLETE the arrangements for tho Granting and Sale qf Lands, wiih as little delay as possible, bis Excellency the Go vernor is-pleased to direct as follows, vis. — 1st. Persons whoreccived^authority front' I ho late Governor,. Sir Thomas Brisbane, to purchase i lauds, and who^ have not yet ' . notified to Government, the situation nnd. boundaries of (he Ja-id they wish to obtain, arc required ? Co do so -by -the 1st dny of ? January next, or the authority to purchase will be considered voiil. ? ' ? 2d. Persons who- were authorised to receive grants without purchase, and who have not yetnofified the situation and boun- ' daries'bf thc'Iand they have made choice of, nre required to lay before. the-Xj»nd Board, by the 1st of November ni-M, satisfac- { iory proof, that they' possess the necessary means to stock of bring the land into cultivation, according to the scales laid down iji paragraph^...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CoT.ONTAIr Si:CRETAllY's OFFICE, SbPT. 2f),*lR20. expect tliat the result will be such a resolution of the. House is will mnlceft imperative on the governor to dismissal! ,or any nf tlje MngUtrates concerned, from any ofliccs they hold At present. I think Unit mutt be the result of a condemnatory resolution.' (Fttmet of it* Let Ur from the tame Correspondent ,.* nd dated . .... . — *V- -. ? ^»JTj_-» ? «_4ui^jn \ '? .!_..,_ * hiiw uiuclj inny be effected by a cool and determined resistance', nypinst men of even the most desperate characters ; while nt lliu mi mo time it' holds out an example which, under similar circum ' stances, maybe useful in exciting others. His Excellency avails, himself, of this opportunity of thanking Captain Rossi, for his unwearied assiduity in tho superintendence   and conduct of the police of Sydney. Tho duties of the office which he fills, must ever, in a Colony of this description, be of a most arduous nature ; and he has...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOW OPEN AT MR. PAUL'S NEW AUCTION ROOMS, GEORGE-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

NOW OPEN ? AT MR. PAUL'S NEW. AUCTION ROOM*' i tie pacuets ivn ion ive nave received oy the ftt eror.v have overwhelmed us with News., Our Files-- of Newspapers and periodical Publications aret rendered complete- from the end af February to the period of ? mo sailing ot cue mcuora. some uiigiish extracts of moderate interest will he found in ourColnihns. Two other versions of the proceeding's which took place iii 'the I-fous'e of '#Cotnnibns on tlie NcwSbnthWalcs Flog-ging's, also appear. - They are, tak'en; from The Morning Chronicle and The Courier. They vary, iu some, respects,', -'-from the report already pnblished from . The Times anil the Globe; hut they 'are equally nifagre and incomplete with 'the former ones! 'A Colony like Neiv 'South Wales, us' yet but little * known and less' thought 'of in England, cannot bo ex.* pectcd to make u conspicuous figure in the English' Prints. The Reporters of Newspapers understanding not.liing of the discussions which the ,-f Important, Des...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Benjamin Parkins was also charged with having commit- ted a robbery. The prisoner, it would seem from the evi- dence, has enjoyed the privilege of sleeping out of barracks. He lived in some small tenement in Phillip-street. Be-         tween the hours of 5 and 6 on Saturday morning last, he   was met by Sutland, a constable, whilst in the act of carry-   ing three bars of iron on his shoulder. The circumstance gave rise to some suspicion in the breast of the constable,     who proceeded to interrogate the bearer of the iron, as to what particular trade or calling he followed, where he was taking the property, and of whom he had obtained it. The man's answers to these queries, appeared of so evasive and     dissatisfactory character, that the interrogator thought fit   to attach and lodge him in safe custody. The pri- &am...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

'.j r ' - . ' . ... : ,-,??: NO^;, O.PEN-, ?.-.??' : = ? ? At MR. 'P^yx''^!^^''^^^^^''^^!.?- ;.?_-.-, vxJEpR^E-STirEii:T,; , ? ' f -.'.=??* ; 'i PI2R SHIP PORTLAND— :'?'? ?jr.; ADiES ANi^'cmtnTr^^'^^A^iof^AijLE jL-J boh nets', ;pj:ii 11 .* aii'tf trinini^jj, * tvltl/' and Vviti'tnat featliers, &fc. ; ' boy's' drab aiid black l-^t8V^'-A'isP.''''a_s'e7cct':iii.' sortmc'* of silks' Aiid ;satins,forclresses'V- shawls,' hniidk'ercliji-fK: gauzes.- lawn, canibric^botik' and niulJ muslins, --Ac-seMirin^ very .low prices. . , ;-, ' _ -.- ??, ;. ..- v: ,. .;j ,\a,*\ 'JO AIN.E AND RAMSAY; HAVE JpOR SALE JO^ at 'their Stores in Ulig-h-'stieetj1 ?j ?' Ginjruih, and brandy , .' K .- ?-.,';'.- ,.:..': .. -.' '.. . Pbrt, sherry, Kcir's Madeira, ^cn^r'IfejClarct^andpane ,. ' ' Madeira wines, in cask' arid in bot'tle '??-?.???- -, Consthntia, clicrry, -aadrasj) berry bratiilyV N'bycauJauiii- ' ?'. seed, and-nifti :shrub ': ?-/,' -?? J ,' : : : .' i~. -..';'?.;-?; ,?:;;.; ( i . Tea,, loaf; an...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

!*' -MISCHrXANROLTR. ? CoS'CEAI.MT.Nt OF ;Ca.SJI- OP. Br.CJCAllT.V TRrCKS.— ,- Money pJusesYroni hand to hand in stmngeways, and many, thefts are- committed which the town nevei he'iits of. Ire collect an okl wotnatv fstiys a writer pn mendicityV in the neighbourhood; of. Seven Dials, who kept b loiiging-.iiouse, for poor people, ^aiid'iused to conceal'lier cash under the' lienrtii-stoneof tne-ioomshe inhabited; Going ohedny^to' tltis hoard ialbne, -her: whole- savings, . ainou.ntiug to , fifty guinens, had disrfppe'ared ! She was stewardess to a sort _ol benefit1 club;- and- used, oil' 'particular 'days, 'to have 'the: whole' stock; of theiso'ciety in tire same place; i if the thief hail.sderayed Jiis ;^arceuy two days, he would, ha ye carried ofl'iii!ur, five^hirndred^pquiius, 'aiul beggared half the bed ridden wnsherwohien iii the parish; 'This robbery (recovery was so /hopeless) -never came beforethe police. _? A j;e«l : peo ple in tl'e-cboiitryfrequeritry-b'ury their money in f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 October 1826

-.RUSSIA-.' (Blaclizoobd's .Magazine: J'or. . Apr.il, contains '. under ? tins, _i head a sketch of 'the. late, continental war. , The folloxo '\ ing is ivri'intere'stirig e.blract: 'jf'/ie abiise of 'Bonupdrle ' however: -is\ in- extreiiielv'bh'd t'usta.) '?'? '? :- ' -v':l- '' . ? *. tyy nen, a- Historian wqrttiy ot tins sp.ienaia ann learmi period ' shall '.arise,' we 'shall liave a, history' such ns the ' world- ;lias -not yet ieqiialle'dV'a singular aiid ' uiajestic'''de-' yejpipemerit of.. the noblest: powers ;exliausted in. the' mSst. disastrous struggle against public, misfortune,^ of ;the( ,inost, desperate passions let loose a'u'd 'iriiimp.hing, of .wh'ole, na tions: flung' tutb combat- :with;ea'ch 'other, 'of1 slaughter 'and sufferings. to.'.which . .air, .the , ancient- trials of empire wtre' taiive^ 'of magnificent heroism overpowered^ of established 'strength', -'tlte -constitution! of ' si' 'thousand yedfs 'scattered' ?like, tbe.dust ..under foot; ofg.the fall; ofthrb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of The Australian. A SENTIMENTAL FRAGMENT; IN IMITATION OF—"YOU-KNOW-WHO." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

To the Editor of The Australian.. : _A. SENTIMENTAL ..FRAG&1ENT ; .. . I N IMITATION OP ? '/YOU-KNOW-WIIO.' .. JLt was 'just as I liad finislicd.iny last pipe, jO' a Hot c'vening; 'iirSeptemb^ that I wandered forlji'* to inuseV*nndbe rnelan-; clinlv ?: — ami \tlir»lli/-r if u-nrn' the liulilnpss'nf HIV nurse, or llie heaviness of my head, I know not; bill my face was so deniure, lh.it 'it might have done honour le the largest pin inn tnllow chandlers ? shop. - The trees hung over my head in- delightful festoons, and the velvet grass 'was under my feet. ' What is man. but a shadow ?'': Said I, 'what are his pleasures but dreams'?' 1 liad repeated this excellent sentiment twice to my self, .when T heard the voice of ,'pno, overtaken in sirong drink c\clairn, ' what! is man but a shadow 1'what ! are his pleasures but dreams! .it is time, then to get out o' the way, and L'U take thp bodkin.' Oh, Tor my first manikiii's 'goose ! — I should then die like a woman o' spirit,. or.atl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

SHIP NEWS. On Thursday. last sailed the cutter' Governor Wrthur, for Pert Dalryinple. Passenger, Mr. Broadfoot. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

To the Editor of The Australian. Sir, r 1-believe I am one of the worst women in the Country. I have .110 lrusba'nd to take my'part, aud I am of nn age when I micht expect bettertreatment from so gallant a Colony. But I have been treated worse than a picjtpocket. luotlicr Slupton the witch vvns never worse used than I. I. have been dramatised— poeticised — criticised — 'moralised — and ? spiritualised — ridicule has sneered at me— -buffoonery has laughed' at me till her \-ery sides cracked — scorn 1ms held, out her malicious finger at me — '. and even the fable of the lion and the ass has been realised upon me. 1 swear sir, by all the stars, large and little (except ' the Southern Cross}, 1 wilK prosecute the first man who docs me an iujury, and gives an unpleasant look, or a' disagreeable re ply; and, let you .men in office look to -it, .for. I can pull an old house about their. cars, if they -trifle with me. ? My mother, sir, is. the oldest and largest housekeeper in- Eng knd ; no...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

GOVERyMENTr.-lNOTlCKS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 3, 182C. IT BEING NECESSARY .TO COMPLETE tlie arrangements for Hie 'Grunting1 and Sale of j^nds, with as little delay as possible, his Excellency the Go vt.rnoris pjeascd to direct as follow s, \iz. — :1st. Persons who received authority from the Inte Governor, gifTIi'Niias Brisbane, to purchase lands, and who have not yet notified l0 Government, the situation and boundaries of the /and - they wish to obtain, are required to do so by the 1st da3' of January next, or the authority! lo purchase will be considered void. '? . 2d. Persons who were authorised to receive grants wilhoii, purcIiiisCj and- who have not yet notified the sitintion and boun daries of ilieTand they. .have inade choice of, aic requited to liy befpre the Lnrid Hoard, by the lst-rf November nn.1, s.msfac tory proof, .that they possess .(lie? .necessary means to stock or ' bring the land into cultivation.'according to the scale laid down . jn paragraph 10, of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

SiPECfMK^, OF THE RELIGION A^D|TRUTW OP . fiifE^EpltOR OP THESVDSEVr (IA2KTTE. - ii '' Peqce, justice, and truth', are still, the .churacterislici In/ 'iohich the Sydney Gazette— the Official Journal— continiiea. to^be^ ?distinguished!' — Sydney Guzeite.-Oct. 10; J885.','-' ' . ^ i C ; ' To Correspondents.— By referring to a Statenieht 'which1 hat been- made on, oath, and published oiitehalfop Tir^Aus^' .TBAiiAN, and also to/a StiUeti%ent.which:hus been made on oath,' 'and published on behalf 'of ^the Svdney GiizETTr., ,it\ xbill 'lie re membered that the Sa'letinaV Circulation of 'the' Sydney Qazette were fartuperior to the' Sale , and ': Circulation 'of' The'Aiistrdliun.- The Svdnry Gazbt.tb hufla greater niunter tf Subscribers tluin The AusTiiAi.iAN-7-i7- Sydney;^ Up-country ; \in.Van Jiienicn'i Land ; 'ui the 'M'uuriiiu's's'lu '/nt/ia'J in 'England j every where ! i.!'~(Syd- ~ney Gazette, September 30,v1826',5 'V -,/ '',' I -r '-'.'-??' ? ' i5-;^ -. a ? - --^ -PROOF, ??' ';-'*^'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(OCT. 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

SYDNEY MAltIiETS.---(OcT. 5.) The supply of grain to day wns considerable,' but drill in sale. t,. Tlie. price of ;whcat in particular is evidently on the de L-line. MaiKe and barl(!y kcc|- steady. prices. Flour, it is fcx ncctcd. will shorllv be lowered-:— in other aftielcs-llie're is tin ma- ( tcrial variation. ' ' ??? ? ??-??-? .- ? Average.Price of Wheat' ?- .£0 6 10 Ditto of maize '? - 0 2 ~O~ ~ ' Barley' ' -' - ' ' . - OS 6. . ... ,* Fine Iflour £0s.'0d. stg. per cwt. * ' ..' /Seconds do. 10s. Od; perdoi . , '' ' ' \ . 'Pollard, 2s. Od. per bushel- V ? /? . Bran, Is. Gd. ditto. ? ' -, ;' ?_. Potatoes, 14s. Od. to 18s. Od.per cwf .; fowTs/3s. 6d. to 4s. Od. per couple. . _; ,' .'..?'.- '~-'~'~ '; '!, ' ! ' , Turkeys, iGs. Od.'pcr couple. ' ? ''???? ' ? ? ? Ducks 5s. Cd.— Geese 11s. Od. '?.?''-???' Peas i?s. Od. to 2s. Od. per peck. L\ ?? ?'?-.'' Butter, 2s. Sd. to 4s. Od. per 'lb.— Eggs, Is. Od. to; Is. Cd. per dozen: . '- -? ;? ? - ' ?'???'?? ? : ? ? : - '' 'J *?-' ' -. Cliccs...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT—(Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

criminal court, wednesday.   thomas mustin and john brown were capitally indicted for     entering the dwelling house of richard morgan. ann morgan, lives in liverpool road, towards dusk, on       the 26th. august, the prisoners at the bar entered the house, and proceeded to search the bed.             uhich wns. loaded;. and hsning examined if, . 'es press cd* liiiu- . self to be equal to .half a dozen constables. 'Tljt-y thru went t'j a box which they unltcl.i-d and emptied its Conteu'ts un the' ? '.?.':.-'? ?- - ??'? ' '. V * p floor; the prisoners selected some articles of wearing apparel a quantity of tea and sugar, a boiling pot, some bread and the greater part of a cask of salted provisions. witness begged of   I JSrown to leave her a little tea mid sugar ; the Intfer complied, and emptied a small quantity fro...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSE OF COMMONS, APRIL 13. LICENSING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

HOUSJE OF CPMMONS, APRIL 13. rilC EASING SYSTESf' ?Mr. Hume, on rising \to'_ present a petition from & IV Jr.- Ed- wards, Magistrate of the county of Surrey, said, that the peti tion contained .observations -on the Bill for regulating the 'li- censing: of public-houses, brought in by the lion. IMember for Oxford, and on the jobbing and partiality of- magistrates about granting and withholding such licenses. It was known! that the value of a house was increased by the fact of obtaining a public house license far it. . This moao of increasing the value of. a li'xiscwas frequently resorted to by those brewers who possessed ^iuUnrest among the magistrates. The consequence was^ that, in sonic districts, fifteen or twenty public-houses were clustered to gether, while jn others which required some, there was not even «»€. Such a system ought to be. abolished nt once. 'He (Mr. H.) saw.no reason Why. the selling of. beer should not be put on. the v«ine'.footin^ ;ns:tlte,. selling of ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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PARRAMATTA FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

PARRAMATTA FAIR. On Thursday last tho Annual. Fair of the Colony was held ht Parr'hiiiatta. ' A few words will suflice to describe what it was, and how well it supported its name — a namo given to an annual confluence of people, which'is more characteristic' of the na tional nmnners tm-i- national customs. of-Kngland, tlian nlmost any other Institution. -_ There were neither buyeri nor sellers, nor barterers, for, there Uyas absolut ^ly 'nothing 'to buy, nolhing to be sold, nothing to barter with — ^if we except the supply wlu'cU is usual ,011 such occasions, of gin and gingerbread, and ginger beer. Tvo or three knocked .tip' rosinantcs to be 'surottt-re-' knocked down, save thcbo, tlrere were no horses, 11b cattle, no ' sheep,' 110 merchandize. Such is the fate of Parramatta Fair — such is the energy of the Coloiiis'ts— and such the use that is made, of one of the most useful Institutions which can lie; formed in a, Colony. ? ??:-?' - ?? ' ?' ? ' THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY also, held...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 October 1826

From one end. of the colony to the otherwhere is re quired a re-construction of, and an addition to, the Police; ijjeveiy settlement the number of Constables is inadequate to the .performance of -.those mixed duties which devolve on men who are employed- nv that department witum the Colony ; yet day after day elapses, week after. week passes over, and the consideration of the subject is still shunned, and no attenipt.eyeu, made at amendment. We are far from attributing lall .the calamities which are brought on the- settlers by Bushrangers, to tlie want of Corislables— we ; arc 'far 'frorn* alleging that' mtn abscond ^ fro in Iron, gaugs' because the . Constabulary, body. is not so strong as it should be ; we are far from believing that Constables, were'they ever so n'uinerovis, would be equal 'to the task of preventing the Commission of Crime by runaways .who assail' the solitary inhabitants of the Bush — To restrain these evils we must look for other remedies, to prevent men pursui...

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