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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 October 1826

A Pamphlet, wnt'ren hy ' Thomas Kent, Esq., nColonist who' Tins resided three years in New South Wales, and ten years .. in^Van Dieraen** Lund,' has recently- falUn into our' hands. Iffcppeara in thd shape of a Letter addressed :o ' Barron Field, Esq.' ancl professes to be ' a refutation jf;'tfie 'groundless assertions put forth hy him, to the'pre-; udiceofViinDie'men's Land.' The author of this letter Ras ncidentally 'alluded to the circumstance of the first in rit'dpuCTior/ of sheep imo .tliis Colony; and ha9 satis ra.Qt«rily...cx-txected a popular mistake' which is generally prevalent on this point'. ' ' ' '**'?. Mr. John M'Arthur'a native modesty, whenever pure Me rinoes have' been the topic, lias' alWhys'oveiXoine him; for it seems that he has never been able to gather confidence enough to pjead innocent to the accusation of being the first importer. Like the tliief who is taken with the tnainoitr'an him, he wais_cqnstanjly'.,detected with the wreath around his crown ; ;\nd whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

THE AUSTRALIA^ ... S YDN K Y, OCTOBER i 8, 1 S26.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

SHIP, NEWS. On Satimiaj arrived the ship A.hi.-.n. C.infain «J Pr, from on.lon 18th of A,»,il. St. J.,go yl.h May, . , ?-, 1 ?? hart T«»n 6.1. instn,,,. I«lhg-?Bere,lwl(,I-J; S £?»«?? Pavscnaers from Eurooe — Mr. am! Mr* i-....i ..,.?? . . M'PP« c..,ldr,n, Mr. nnd' Mrs. Sandweiran.l three cldreriMr, IS Mrs. Clymen, and one chil.1. Mr. and Mrs. M,,rr'lV\v?s: r v^Miss Evans and Mr. Pecks. Ffom Hobart T w,,!!'^ Woods, settler, Mrs. Lowe. Jane Cogill, Mr. n,,d Mrs sin ' and threechildren. Mr. a.,,1 TWri. Polfand i.Mr'andSrV S , l'' Mr Bridekirk John IVI'Mahon. Jamen* wi.K' '. p S Cattlm, Daniel Mackenzie, and Lieut. William,, 40th rip On Sunday arrived the brig Dragon, CipUiu J. II Skrllon fromllobart Town the fith instant. Lading- :}S93 h,,,|le) \ Comcolt0^11 tOnS °f l)Olat0OS' nnd ««»«1'«»* PassenglTrMJ. Same day tl*e brig Lord Rodney, Cpptain J. C. Thomson from Launceston the 7th instant. Lading-5300 huZh or jvlwat. 28 bales of wool. «(i kangaroo skins, wk! 8 ton*of Da latoes P»SSe,,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ,, Government House, Oct. 17, 1826. H£S EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR IS pleased to signify, in reference to the notifica tion dated (he ISth instant, tliat Tuesday and Fridayt, between the hours of twelve and two o'c/ocfc, are tlie periods- when he will see persons desirous of- cAuimunicating with him on business, instead of those pointed out in the Notice of the 13th. By Command of his Excellency, H. Dusiaresq, Private Secretary. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 17, 1826. TTTIS EXCELLENCY THIS GOVERNOR HAS ' -*--?- been pleased to approve of the following1 ? alteration* inthe Police of the Colony : — In ihe-district of Windsor — John .Smith, by the ship Lar fceris, holding a ticket of leave, to be a constable, in the room of Green, deceased. Appointment to bear date the 51st of last Aug.' Windsor GhoI Lodge — .Robert 'Cox. by tho*ship Hooghly, to ' '-?fceturukey aud clerk, in the room of Mounjoy, dismissed. ?.' 111 'the town of Parramatta— Patrick Frairi and John Ma...

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INDIA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

INDIA NEWS. (From the Madras Gazette of Julu 29.) J; n.-'AI. Mtups, BoMdiceu, ComiModore . Sir James Bnahane, 'At hull, Cftjdain Miirfuy, Lame, Captain Kiucome, and Tamer, Captttin Brenier have sailed for Trinconialeo. '...- .-..?? ,-v .. . ; :;?. ' Jt would appear' »avs the Calcutta John Bull of tlie 8th in&iant, that JtHtigoon will not bit finally evacuated hy our troopi so soou as was once expected, but at what time they will be withdrawn wo have not heard.' * ' We copy th« following from the Calcutta Government Gazette of the 13lh instant . 41 W« arc glad to observe, that the Judges of the Supreme Court have announced an order, compelling Attornies to appear with, the partie* applying for Capiasses, and to certify, that they have made enquiry, and ar« satisfied (hat the demand is just and legal. We have no doubt, that this will tend to re medy the evil complained of, and that respectable men will have lea* occasion to dread a false charge of debt, now, that it will be in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

VAN DlEMEiWS LAND NEWS. (Frdjn the Colonial Times of September 29.) We Kst wct-'k'tiau occasion ti» nonce me oeain oi two unior tnn'atc* stock-keepers by the natives. We now lament in having to statei that four other Europeans were previously killed by sohi'e'otheribf tliBAbofiginal tribes. , ;-?. ' ???:?-,.«-,*:.-? j ? ; ' ' HOB*nT TOWS -!ONCBnt^^_ . v .;. Yeatefday evening, the first public cqi\ct\'i-w\n^&' thisijsland bai'aByet known, took: place' at the Court-Tuduse.^.The^pJan of ? the concert has been orgnh%d. by a; conVmiltileVof'geiitleineii, aiud '.stip'pui led I bv the ; putroiiage; of his Excellency . the Lieut. ^Soyernp'f and Mr*.. Arthur. ;The number of persons'coilld not have been le.ssi han 250 or 300, and jjie efiect of thecoiip^d' «lf of the 'whole was iuosf brilliant^. ^The band 'of the 40tli re ' (rtment were in th«ir elegant aiid-vc^ite new, uniforms. Vr. An cxcelli*.nt grand piano forte was in';t'roiit,a JiUleori ono side— at wliic'n Mr.' J.'P.De»»r, (he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

THE REVEREND SA1MUKL MA^SDEX, , . . IT.I.T.OAr. FLOGOTNO DLSCLA1MKD. . ' THE REVBliENrTsAMUEr- M.ARSDEN, Clerk, liiaUeth nat!t and Sitilh, tlmt o'n nr about the twenty-tlnrdNlfty.of April,' one lifniiannd eight hundred ami twenty-two, which dny 'as n pithlii: holiday, he, (his dc|--iiii!iit, was liding with another getillcmin tliumgli the Brickfields, on the north' side of the Parramaltn 15ivor, near the garden of Mr. Joseph .Tories, when this deponent saw n number -»f convicts in the net of. ''gambling. ? 'That on ohsiTviiiffdepniient, they all ran nfT, except Jan. es lilarkburn. That this deponent went up to Bbck'burn, nnd enquired of him the iwimes of tho persons who had been gambling, when he replied that ho diJl not know them. — TJiif deponent observed, that ho, ]-beklmni, must know their names, as the iiien holonginfj to his gang, and thrtt if he did not pive tht«in «p, he, the deponent, would order liitn'to be confuud. fhat Blackburn then walked 6lF;: and deponent turned batk...

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SCENES IN JAMAICA AND NEGRO SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

SCEXES IN JAlVf AICA AKI- XEORO SERMONS {Fiam Williams'* Tiavels in Jntr.niea.S ' f Hospitality n'imi-. nil ovei Jamaica ;. pvety man'-. hotve .1,s your iioihe'.' TIuj traveller Aviih his hl:ieks, titles up1 to'a'hot*i«ie on 'an tmincnci', and, according to custom, is'led: bv his host to the siriehonrd : his thirst, nftei iul ihj; is alK.yeil Ity a wolcomu di might ot wini-Hive. Mill, wcrording.tn custom, ln- then g'-es to bed in the middle of thcdaVi and gets 'up to rihiiu'r.' Tho host entertains his guest with' the following charaPteristirc anecdote;:—* A negro-man., numcil Schweppes, or Swipes, -to whom his ooruia.les ha\e added the. appellation of Saint, took it into his jieu'l to poison a preacher at Motitegu Bay. ,Hts .but half 'killed the poor creature, who discovered lite nature of the poison in time to prevent its fatal c dents, though itjs more than probable, ho will never recover his t'oimer. health. Tho inuuiac did not ai tempt to conceal the crime, or to escape, hut arg...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

1 he most rational blunder JUr. Srt»e B:u)nister ever enm nitted, it, histcsignniion of hit official.duties in this Colony, He went a step further ilmn'his venerable. friend, who only Jirentened to relinquiili the best oost he ever had' nr ...II . ever have ngnin, should he ullow it to drop from his grasp] The Venerable tne Archdeacon, when the current of'tem-l poral nffaira did n«it run smoothly, was making iw iwlievq tliat iie would tlirow up his npiriturt-1 cliarge,* abandon liii flock, and leave the Cliurch-of New South' WaUjrwithotii « dignitary. ' Second thought' sayb the'old Proverb, and , the Venerable said e,o too.' He remeinbered' tiiat two' - thousand n. year, are two thousand a year/' and. a gocil thing into the barguin. ' He remembered that IWnini street is regularly besieged, and that, if one good aervaijt give his master notice to quit, another .ia ready to supply - the void created. Tlie'Attorney Gen'eraf surpassed the Pastor, and being a man of few words, he did not...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. John Marrington, Mary his wife, and Thomas Smith, were brought up, the second time, upon a charge of being concerned in the robbery of Mr. William Love's house. The evidence went only to criminate Mary Marrington and the prisoner Smith; it appearing that the husband was   from home when the transactions relative to the robbery had occurred, he was accordingly discharged. Smith as principal, being a prisoner of the Crown, was sentenced to a penal settlement for three years; and the female prisoner   was committed for trial, as the accessary. Edward Whitehead, a visitant from Port Macquarie, was charged with having had in his possession divers arti- cles of property, discovered to have been stolen from the premises of an inhabitant of Sydney. The prisoner stated in his defence, that the situation of the place where the property was found by the constables, was such, that any other person as well as himself might have had access thereto. The ...

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EXECUTION OF BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

EXECUTION OF BUSHRANGERS. At six o'clock on Monday morning last, five un-   fortunate criminals', named Thomas Mustin, Daniel Watkins, John Brown, Matthew Craven, and Thos. Cavenagh (the three former convicted of several atro- cities committed at and about Burwood, and the other two for similar outrages elsewhere), were con-   ducted from the Sydney Gaol, under a strong es- cort, to the places appointed for their execution. On leaving the Gaol their language and deportment evinc- ed a just sense of their wretched condition ; and it was gratifying to trace the influence of religious im- pressions, in the earnestness of their devotional exer- cises. The two carts which contained the unhappy culprits, were accompanied by a party of military and police— a Captain, the Under Sheriff, the Chief Con- stable, and Under Gaoler superintended the caval-   cade. A cart, containing five coffins, followed the prisoners. The procession moved slowly from the G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 October 1826

, GOVERNMENT NOTlGlts. ?fiovEa.MMENi'-Ho'uaK, Oct.. .13, 1S20. HIS EXCEU-KNCY THE GOVERNOR HAS' ? desired it to be. notified, lliat Ik; will see s.iu-h pu'ions ns may have occasion to c-nuimiinicnte with liim per— siiiially on any, business, at any limV between the hours of tivcKcnud two o'clock on ?'Wednesdays nnd Thursdays. ' perions di'iirous' of seeing the Private Secretary,' will bo ' pit-used to call. aCGovernnient-liousc between the hours of tei*. i and twelve o'clock. ' * , '? ' Hy'Commancl'of his Excellency, f, \ , /Thomas de- la.Condamine,, A. D. C- - .' .?CoT.WiAt, Secretary's .Office, Oct. 13, -1820i THE GREAT : INTERRUPTION WHICH IS ? occasioned to the despatch of Public Business, , liy numerous per.s'r)iial-applicati»U9- made- at nil hours, h,ns ren 1 iffitil it necessary to r'erjuc&i -that persons having occasion to ! foiimiuiiiuatH personally with I lie Colonial .Secretary, will call at 1 211*3 Offict** between thehomsot' eleven aud-onc o'clock.' v 1 By ?Qomn...

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WINDSOR GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

Windsor grand jory presentment. The Jurors of our Sovereign Lord the King.present to the Court of (Jenerul Quarter Sessions of the Peace, holden at Windsor^ in tho County of C'»»berland, this twelfth Day' 'of October,' in-' this vear of onr Lord. 182G. '.f.That in niirsimn«e of f'leir duties- tuey visited tne oaoJ, wtucttHitcy. tounu 10 oe clean aim in good OKler. ..'.-? ,..-..' ,-''...-;/i:-,,.. , . ..??;?...'.?:. -.^ ?'??'?? '^%.| .The G rand Jury regret that their, former presentments, relative ' to the iGaol,. have, met with sci 'little' attention : as 'regards-its, security a;nd repairs, that some addition to it is also' necessary,: from the. numbers .that are f frequently 'cdnfincajn. it./ That the accommodation for the Grand Juryd.uring^Sessioris are so very : inconvenient and confined ; 'and the' want of a convenient place for the Petit Juryfo retire for deliberation, is so-freqtiuntly felt, that they recommend the adoption of the other end of- the Court-' house' for these p...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

'SHIP NEWS. -On Thursday arrived His M-njesty's ship Wnrspite, 74* guns,/ 500 fiien, Commodore Sir James Brisbane, from TriiiconmleeJ' the 26th of August. Lady Brisbane and two daughters arc on' board. ; - ?- ?Xr ???'. . -«/ ~ 'Same day the brig Amity, , from Moreton Br«3'. Passengers,* Mr. Scott of'tliCj Commissariat and -Master Lawrie.'ailso, go prisonpii,' 15 soldiers, 3 women and G children. 'Same day sailed- the schooner Darling, for Hobnrt Town. Passengers, Deputy Assistant Commissary .General Coycs, Captain Bunn, and Mr. Wright. ''''- t Same day Hie ship Marquis of Huntly, Captain Ascougb, for Broken Bay^'to load with timber for London. ' ?Sailed on Sunday^ last, the new cutter Fanny, 'for tbe Derwcnt. / ' -

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THE KISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

TI1E KIS.S. I saw her but once — when my feelings were won. -'tiy her sweetness and beauty, liken dew-drop and blossom ; I saw, her again — and my Jiopcs were uiidoiiv. When I dared to rcvcnl tbe fond wish of my bosoni. She gave me' one kiss— and I Bsk'd her no more — Not a token of love — but of friendship 'a token; And now my lone spirit broods mournfully o'er ' : f Tim dream of delight that for eve'r is broken. ' :\^ '; She gave me otic kiss — how deliciously sweet! — . .' . Yet it brims up my heart like the rn gc of a fever; As the aim; that the rose-flowers expand tlipiii to meet, ' Descend on their fringes, to parch lli'cui for ever. r fell as the joyrdip c-f life hid been given To my lip — .but, ala» ! nut to tnse of it.s treasure* ;' Felt, as £ had been* on the threshold of hen ven, Vclduom'd tu partake not.iu sanctifiL-d pleasure.

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(OCT. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS.— COct. 19.) The immense influx of grain in the market, at this juncture, lisa led to a. material decline in prices. A large surplus' re mained over from last week. Settlers evincing a disposition- to imifi «nt for tcrniH — buvors left ' the. mnrkct without effecting many sales. Mnize, though confidently predicted to be atiia highest price thi? year, maintained our last quotations'. ' , In the flour, trade there lias been a great reduction lately. Meal men seem to be aware that the price of whent will sustain some serious deductions between this and next harvest. At Liverpool prices of grain arc much higher than at our market just now. line samples ' of wheat fetch as high ns 7s. per buth'el. Maize from 8s. to 3s. Gd. ditto. r ? no - - sold at per Busn. J'O 0 9 14,0 - - - - - '0 6 '6 ? 172 - - - - - 0 5 O 112 -' - - - 0 4 O Total 534 - ' ' ' ? ' - Average Price of Wheat. - £0 6, 6 Ditto of maize - O ,2.0. Barley - '' -036 ^v Fine Flour 1 6s. Od. stg. pcr.cwt. Seconds ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. * OovBTtNMENT IIoiisr, Oct. 17, 1K2C-. HIS EXCELLENCY TllE (iOVKRNOR IS pleased to signify, in n'frronri} to the notifica tion -lat«'«l llm I Hill instant, llmt Tuesday* nncl Fridnm. hftivei'ii iln- liuiirs of tuvtue and two o'clock, aro the pOiiods when lip Mill'1 si-e |ii-i!-i-ns desirous of communicating with him on business, in*s lead of those pointed out in tlie Nolico of the. 13th. I$y Command of his Excellency, H.'Duma.rusq, 1'rivntc Secretary.' C.M,nxtAh Sitrctauy's Orpin?, Oot. 17,, 182fi. HIS EXCELLENCY THE 'frOVKltNOR^IAS b-*en pleased to approve'*1 of the following alterations in the Pol (en of the Colony: — .' ~ , , „ j.. hi Hip district of, Windsor — John Smith, hy I ho sljip Lsu kpns, holding n' ticket of leave, to lie a constable! in tlie room of (tiiM'i). deceased. Appointment to hoar dale Oui 21st ofJa*)t,Aug. Windsor Gaol Lodge — Robert Cox, by the ship Hooghly, to lie turnkey and dork, in the jooindf^Mihinjoy/dismistcil. ' In Hie town of P.ina...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

The.Prescntment of the Grand Jury of Windsor is this tlayifAirnislicd with a place in one of our columns. W.m {jirint it because it is a presentineiitijiiiUv for form iake, rallicr than becanseirs cjontents/aro either lu inhio'.is or intGrestitigf. Tlieju \* a mild reproof for, the Administration, on accottyt of tiic want of alten -t5o|i-to vtfce cQTJ»Htion of the public Gaol, and there i* a bit of a cbmpluqent about Roads and Boundaries. W»n4ior scepis to.be ^s well off as. other places for a prison ; and we suppose will take its turn when the period of turn-making- ahull arrive, and gaol making- ? and gaol repairing the fancy of the day. The coni plaintt of the. Grand Jury of Windsor, of the want of a Session-Court, and of common accommodation for the Petit Juries, would do equally well for any other part of the Colony. There is no more a decent Court of Law in the Colony, than there is a decent and, te- cure gaol. The buildings in which their Worships, the Gentlemen of the Jury, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

SALES BY AUCTION. '?' :': ??? -vr'hV-. : BV Mil. 8.: LO«B,/ :; ''' '? ' -.-? i '''J.ii Vt his Wnrohnn/e. Macquario l1l?ce, «m ATnhilav-: 23d infant, ...nnd foilowiyg ;days, witliout reserve, for atid'nccoiint of tin* _ importer, now landing from iliW iliiji Ac/Hnn, viz— '' ' 'T rNANDLE-WlCKi COMPOSITION MOULDS ^^'- tinM IramesV ft.la'rffeivjissrirtment bt niillinc^, :on»istiiig of HUch, nnd'dfhcT cap*;1 veils, artJfioirir ilowe'rs niislin, and nnisliii .dresses ; gcntleinens' fancy liniidkerchiefs - itraw,hp(i.ii«-ts,,&c,.- -j&c. Ac, ? . , HAnERDASIiERY— consisting :).of .sciying silk, tiirrails :bttons, tapes, ribbons, '&c;-: pins* needli's, bodkins rind IliinV jles ; with tin oU'ganl.assorlfiient of trriiiiuingsi Ac. ; shirt vvire ? joarl nnd other bufloiis ; ladies' and gentlenie/is'fstpckinus, ami locks. ^&c. ; flannels aiitl baize chintzes ^'.Indies', gentlouuiis' md childrens' lints and bonnets ; yelJuw, 'white, brown, Windsor uid scented soap, ...

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STAGE COACH PHYSIOGNOMISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1826

STAGE COACH PHYSIOGNOMISTS. A thin, pale man, who had the air of a traveller, told us, (the inmates of a Stage Coach) that he had lately been at   Zurich, where he had been acquainted with the famous Lavater. He mentioned various strange opinions, which   his master had not ventured to put into his book, but which were still more absurd than his attributing a character to   a dish of tea, and physiognomy to a cockchaffer. At these ridiculous fancies, a fat fair lady, who sat in one corner of the coach, laughed more heartily. "How is it possible," said she, "that a dish of tea can have a character ? And then a cockchaffer ! Lord bless me ! who ever looked at the features of a cockchaffer ! For my part, I can't tell whether he has eyes, noes, and mouth, or not."       "Ma'am," replied the traveller, the cockchaffer is a species of beetle. You have, I suppose, ma'am, seen a beetle ?"-"Surely, sir."-Now ma'am, don't you th...

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