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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

SHIP' NEWS. On Saturday arrived the. ship Boyne',. W. L'. Pope. Sailed riim London the Olh of June, and Cork. the 29tlij with 199 nale prisoners. The guard consists of Captain Wright, 59th cgt. Lieutenant Bnn, and Ensign M'Donald, botli of the 3d egt. or buffs, 2 Serjeants, and 50 R. and F. 39th regt.-.Bnd 2 I. and F. 3d. regt. or buffs. Surgeon Superintendent;- Di. 26chrane, R. N. „? This morning sailed the schooner Prince of Denmark, for *?ew Zealand. - .. / ' :

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Cor.oxiAiv Secretarv's Office, illsc Oot. 1S26. WHEREAS BY A PROCLAMATION DAT ed the S!7tb of this month, His Excellency the Governor lias appointed the Court of General Quarter Sessions, at Sydney, to be holden in future on the third Tuesday in the, respective months of January, April, July and October, jn1 ever3' year. Notice is hereby given, that this new regulation^ is not intended, in any^way, to affect the- Sessions already ap pointed to be held in Sydney', on Uie 6th of next month. By his Excellency's Command, Alex. M'Leay. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 31, I82G. HIS 13XCELLRNCY THE GOVERNOR HAS lire n pleased to approve of the following' altera- tions in tl»e Police of Ihc Colony,: — SydneyT-^lo be constables, Alexander Roach — appointment to hear date the 13U- , ultimo ; Hugh Donnelly and Daniel M'Ginly— appointments to hear date tlie 23-1 ultimo; Thomas Druki'r — appointment to bear dat'ethe 26lh ultimo ; George Oa mer and James Cninerford— appointm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

POSTSCRIPT; ? At a late hour last night \vK. received an; inti'matidn^; that.considei'able pains had .been taken :by the.-frienu's,. of our-late Governor, to ascertain whetl»er the;- reports relaiivo to Sir Thomas 13visbane, and MriW.IIortbn, could be relied on. ; , ? . A Gentleman who, it was said, Jiad received ajlet tcr hinting at/ a Mestagi having .been sent to Mr, Hortoni; denies that stioJi a letter has reached liiiu.. Gentlemen \yho. arrived -in Vthe^Bpy ne are strangfe;=t6h tlie rumour. ^W- entertain l»opes that the: \viioliB; may. prave:av fabrication. ; ? -, :-.' '? ';' '-': \ '*'?''?'. '?'': /.-.'?t'- '?/''? ^i'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Australian. SIR, Mount Droitt, October 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

To the Editor of the Australian Sin. ' ' '' Mount Druitt. October 25) 1926. Having seen a statement in the Sydney Gazette,1 wlnchgap peirs to call in' question 'the report made by the Grand Jury of ilic* Quarter Serious, lately holden at Parrainattu, with respect to the reception the Grand Inquekt met with from the Reverend Mr. Keane, master of the female orphan school, 1 feel it incum bent «n me to state the facts that occurred during the inspection \( the Grand Inquest in that institution. ! On our approaching the building I saw the Reverend Gentle man in it$ ,frout. The instant he observed us, he walked quickly into the house ; the hall' door being open, we entered—Mr, jvvane vas standing on the staiis, leaning over the bannisters. 1 respectfully, stated, as Foreman of the Grand Jury, that it was our desire' to see the children and examine their accommo dation. To this'hereplyed, ' very welly Sir, that girl will shew youiound,' and pointed to one of the orphans- — he then ran up ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

K'ttf South ; Wales. , PROCLAMATION, ; By his Excellency TJt'iitrnant General Ralph Darling, Captain General and Governor in Cliief of his Ma '-^ jt'sty's Territory «f Now South Wales an-l its Dt ' pendencies, aud' Vice* Admiral of -the same. ' WITKKEAS UY AN ACTOR PARLIAMENT. 1 inside in the fourth year nf .the t reign of his pr--*ent Mnje«ty, cntitulcd ?* An Act to provide until the first day of July - --no thousand eight himdicd and twenty-seven, and until Ihu end of the next Session of Parliament, for the bi-tlor \ ndministrntion of justice in Now South Wale;, and Van Dienien'.s . Linri, and for the more effectual government thereof, and foi otlifr purpose* relating thereto,' it is, amongst ? other things .provided, (hut Courts of General or Qiiai'ter Sessions shall br .- linldfu in New South Wales, at such times- and places as the, Governor shall appoint ; and whereas in pursuance and exercise of. the sflid autliorily,' the- Governor of New South Wale* foi the time-beiiig, hath...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Anne Cooley, tendered her person to the Bench, as being a prisoner of the Crown, on her own hands. Her motive for surrending herself was, she said, from a wish to be returned into the Factory, and from thence to be as- signed to some service in the usual way. Ordered to be put to the first class in the Factory.       Patrick Geary, a constable belonging to the Sydney Police, was accused of having assaulted an elderly woman without just cause. Ordered to find bail to keep the peace for 12 months, and to be dismissed from his office. James M'Cabe, another constable, charged with beating an aged parent; was dismissed from his situation.         An elderly man applied yesterday, for the protection of the Bench, under the following circumstances: He stated   that some years since, he was induced to avail himself of an offer made by some gentleman, to gain the admissio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 1, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNRY. NOVEMBER 1, 1S26. , The Mary Hope, with his late Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, had arrived previous to the sailing' of the Boyne. The Triton, in u-liich Maior Goulburn took his. passage to England, had also arrived. One of- the first steps which Sir Thomas Brisliant took on his arrival in England, was to seek certain ex planations from Mr.' Wilniot Horton.-Mr, Horton it ap pears, in the course of his official or. non-official comrnu unicationa with Sir Thomas, and in the course of his re marks on the Government of Sir Thomas, had'not con. fined himself in his expressions within those hounds which Sir Thomas Brisbane, both as governor of a Colo ny and as a private gentleman, had a right to expect of him. The language addressed to Sir Thomas, was any thing1 but courteous, and such as could neither he brooked nor passed over. Sir Thomas, possessing, as he did the strong feelings of a gentleman, formed his resolution at the time tie received the inexcusable com ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 November 1826

~ JUST OPENED, AT JOHN PAUL'S NEW WAREHOUSE, P12II P1I1P PORTLAND. BONNETS 8s. to 40s. JBO.YJS- HATS. PARASOLS 20s. to 30a. . . ' . BLACK AND WHITE SATIN.-. SILKS AND SAKSNKTS. .« LADIES NECK HANDKERCHIEFS. SCARFS, SHAWLS. - BRIDLES AND WHIPS. - 'a case of fine snuffs, -OL ,' ,r CONSISTING OF * Plain, Black. .Rappee. Hanliimii's,' No, 57- '* ?Prince's Mixture. ' ALSO, A' FEW CASKS OF FINE SHAG TOBACCO, at a very ?'_.,. - , low price. /' Weighing CO to 70 poiinds each Cask. ? A TRUNK OP ENGLISH BOOTS, opened at J. ' PAUL'S New Warehouse, next door to ihe Sydney, I lolclV *' ' ? ? ~ ~ TO BE~LET, FOR THREE OR MOKE YEARS, MACQUA UIK FIELD, the estate of the I.it« Mr. Juines IVlcchnn. In point of situation, dwelling house, dairy, stabliu.c, eoaUi-house, bnrns, garden, M\A other conveniences and com fort a, if has no rm»allH in tho Colony. ???'? Farticularsauny be known on application to Charles Tlirosby TWENTY DOLLARS 'REWARD. LOST, or STOLEN, FROM OLDBURY, IN Argyleshire, the following ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

GOVERNMENT ORTVEP. Colonial Secretaiiy's Ofpick, Nor. 3, 1S26. (tfo. 3D ) elS MAJESTY HAS REEN PLEASKD TO appoint John Stephen, Esq. to be one of the Judges of- tlie Supremo Court in New-South Walts. His Kxcellenoy the Governor has been pleased to. appoint Henry Giattan Dtmglnss, Esq. to act.-is Commissioner of the Court c{ livqufhts, in thcrooui'of Mr. Judge- Stephen ; arid Lieut. Colonel Henry Dumnresq, to net as Clerk to (lie Legislative Council, in _ the room of Mr., Douglass, 'till further orders. : By his Excellency's Command, '''' , ', Alex'. M'I/eay. . ^^QVEliNMENT NOTICES. . Coi.onta'L :4Srcri;tatiy's Office, Nov. 3, 1826. XJ[ IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS -?--*- bren^ pleased to f. appoint the undermentioned Gentlemen tn'be Mngistratesjuvthe Colony of New South Wales and its 'Dependencies : — '^8&v Joseph Wnkefielri, lvsq. Captain in his Majesty's 39th regt. 'Archibald Clunes Innes, - Esq. Captain in his ftlnje&ty'ii 3d regt. (or buff*)- - ' «' Basil Herne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. 'Cdr.oxTAL SECiimTAftv's Op kick, 31st Oct. 1S2G. WHEREAS BY A PROCLAMATION DA I\ cil the 27th of this month, His Excellency the Governor lias appointed the Court of Gener.il Quarter Sessions, at Sydney, to lie holdcu in future on tlio third Tuesday in the 14-;|)( rtivti months of January, April, July and October, in evriy year. Notice is hereby given, that this new regulation is noi intruded, in any way, tu nffect the .Sessions nlrcady'ap jioiiilcd to be held in '..Sydney; on the Gth of .next mouth ; but thai the same slin.ll be held as aforesaid, any thing in the said Proclamation to the contrary, notwithstanding. By his Excellency's Cov-mand, Alex. M'Lkay. ? Qot.onivl Secretary's Office, Oct. 31, 1S2(». MIS EXCELLENCY TUB GOVERNOR HAS honi pleased to approve of the folloivmy altura-1 linns in llic Pclico of the Colony :— ' ' j Sydney — to !-o constables, Alexander Roach— -appointment' to boar dato the -13th, .ultimo.;- - Hugh Dotw'Hy^aiwli'jDnniel* M'Ginly— -a...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. CFrom the Colonial Times of Oct..2O: i Arrived on Sutidny lasjfj.tltL' brfp Es-rt of Liverpool, Cap tain Adam Ward.,, from London direct itte''2d'Mny, with merchandize, part consigned to the house 'tff Mr. Betliuue, /and the remainder for Sytlney. — Psissengirsi, Mr. Radcliffe, Jylr. and ivirs i^;wis, ann t.our- ciuicjrot!. Arrived on Suiwhiv. lUsK^'tKe/Gblonial schooner Hunteiy, (belorijiinK to ihe h^'use n'f Mf/l'. Champion), Mr. J:imeh CrKJft, Mttster, from tlte Isle uf France, Inden with stipar, rice, &c. — Pussenger. iVFr. G.W.Robinson, the charterer. We are piven to understand that the Government Gazette, published by Authmfay, is t(/.be printed after the manner of the London Guzetie. ti-' commence with {he new year, 1827. Should this be the ense, it will of course be wholly occupied with official iiintter,' including only such advertisements as dis solution of partnerships , Sec, This is as it should be ; for it is ?'quite clear, that no Ciovcr...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(Nov. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS.— (Nov: £); ' ?? The arrivalsi of grain, to-6ny, though rather moderate, were more than wl'iat was expected by; 'the trade generally^ Last week's' prices' wera realized, with some Iiltle*difficulty. The whole brouirlit to market was sold before noori. - Ma'i«eiis a trifle. dearer.' Arise in this article is confidently talked of. Vegetables bold at dear prices. Flour continues the same as last quoted.' »? 120 - - - sold at per Bush. -,^0 - G 0 2C0 - - ? - -'-050 130 - - -. - 0 5 9 4-30 ' Purchased for Waterloo and Steam ]£ngiuc. ?'Total 940 ' ? -fr-.V'', ? % Average Price of Wheat ' - cfO -5-.'; 9'. v £?$* ; m lYMo of maize ' * ' - '-- 0' 2- »,:;-. -.-fi Barley , - . ''/--; Q'*3.6\-£? Fine'Flotir lGs.'Otl. slg. per'ewt'. '' 'T;^:-Vt -' Seconds do. 14s. Od. perdo. .-'-?'- -Z&jif&S'J Pollard, 2s. Od'. per bushel ? ' %r^M^; ?Branj ls'.*6d. ditto. ' ' v ' ' - ^a»^^*' -? . Potatoes, 103. Od. to 20&. Od.-'per cwt.;«fowls, 4s!;6u':'to'Gs'. Od. per coup...

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FROM THE ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS. THE PEACE WITH BURMESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

FROM THE ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS.             THE PEACE WITH THE BURMESE.     An official account of the terms on which the treaty of peace was concluded with the Burmese, only reached the Colony by the last arrival. It is singular, that we should be indebted to the English Newspa- papers for this intelligence. The following however, is copied from the London Gazette:-         INDIA BOARD, MAY 13-A despatch, dated the 17th of January, 1826, has been this day received at the East India House, from the Secretary to the Government at Fort St. George, enclosing a copy of a despatch from Brigadier-General Willoughby Cotton to that Government,   of which the following is an extract:-   I have the honour to acquaint you, for the information of the Honourable the Governor in Council, that the pur- suit of the scatter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

TWEVTY DOLLARS REU'^RD ' -- F OST, OK STOI.RN, 1'IIO.W OI.UIK'nr. IN »-^ Arpryloshirc, tlu- folliiwiiifr AIAllKS ; y\v ' 1.— A light chesnut n.ar.-, three yerus old, nilvi., ?„,„„,. aillJ ad, and silver legs above the l,Ouf», with a lou- %»l,,(c. iWUu lown her face, seven nionlhs in fual ; havint; also a li.,r,e colt »y Iwr side, with a blaze, or rather a white face, and white J,'ihlj S.— A bay marr., two years old. hlai-k mnne and tail, and jlark legs, and nut a white hnir upi-n her. Whoever will gii'a such iurormation toT Mr. Juhn Alkinvni ?-!(lbury, Argylf ; or, to M.-ssrs. Beirv and \VolUi,,,,ei:uri' iydin-y, at) may lend to thn recovery of the said Ihum.-s, sl,:dl n-' :-*ive a reward of twenty dollars. FIFTY POUNDS -RRWAUP. WIIERRAS 1\1V SUPRKINTKMDK.VT AT ** Bathnrst has communicated to nut tin? inform;!, lions of a very exleusive robbi-iy 011 the tf9th ult. ;A one C)f IUy iliwp stations at Cbeshir-: CrceL, in-ar Bathuist, by wliu-h iiic.;tn« ' I3't fine wooled two-tuothi'd ew...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1826

-?The file of,' the Mauritius Gazette' which has reached' us, and which includes the news of June and July does not furnish us with a single paragraph worth extracting. — We have not met with any new? of consequence from Calcutta. Farther selections from the English newspapers, to the latest date, will be found in this day's paper. The1 'netvs which our Readers would, deem most interesting*. ^appeared in our last, notwithstanding: that, for once, we were under the necessity ojf- collecting our infor mation where we could ; and,^ for once,- to depend on accidental resources. Our Friends commonly take' good care of us ; bnt in spite of their attention, the! file of newspapers which were brought ashore on Sun day, purposely for our use, were by shufflings and eva sions detained from us*^ and conveyed to a quarter which it was intended they should not reach. On referring to the newspapers we find that ' Sir Thomai Brisbane with liis Lady- and family arrived on Thursday], May 10, at Grce...

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LONG AND SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

? [»»— ??MI'MH — ????!??? 1 ? LONG AND SHORT. . A would-be Poet gave a sonnet. To please liis Patron liigh at Court, ] 'Who made. 'but one ri'nwrk upon it.-— ' One line's a avllable too sliort.' ' My Lord, you're right (replied the Poet) ; Read on ; you'll find that near the enii There is a line -top long, ar.d:soit ? -Is ineaut that one shall t'other mend.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived, on Monday, from Otnhcitc, whence she sailed on tl-e 23d October, the Colonial brig G -vEnNon Macquarie,.. -Ro-1 bert Brimer, Commahder — Lading 1.5-- tons Cpco.'i, nut oil ; ten ons (Arrow-root ; twelve tons Pork, and one ton Sinnet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

gvn^Y. NOVEMBER 8, 1826.

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TICKETS OF LEAVE (Outlines of an arrangement for granting Tickets of Leave.) QUALIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

TICKETS OP LEAVE. - 'Outline* of anarwgement for granting TichtUof Leave.) QUALIFICATION. ?'? ? 'V , _. „ ^K^S^-S^years^Uone niaster, ei.ht years ...:. i. -..;.v .-.ir tf-n «t»nrn with three.- . . , . .????_.:.'?, ? ,.„ Life— Eight ye-us \vilU one ro««:'i «??? j ? lW^^^^of1i!r^e.from.eirc«inStanceswhichuonotaUa^ lnme to this mdivniuai, u uuij ^ ? 7—- . , u i! Bd.dfpSonB« in the i-nniediate o.nploy of Government, ^ be „ ordered eligible, under the ^JJK^Vfag been absent, i ,ringing l» j«sUce a receiv^ er of st enp p y. _ . , a .. ttekci of kave, ' to ^re» ll»enm We. to t ^ ?of MagiMralc. ai btalcd P'1'''8' ^ Applicants ; and, to this i'J 3tw1n refer 'S';^^.^ ^^ ''*.»* ^\ soners may have previou-ly resided. der llitn lllldc. 7th. Should the mM«'^..^Vn1Jd«'vto npresent the cirr s r ing tl'Vnt1lllBMS;trates tho gh thJ master1- certificate to Se'^-^S ^ SoC bean in^Pen,ab»e prelinanary to a servants receiving a' lickeVAnlC;?rca'nls to be made np periodi-J the Governor. ^r^nted for particul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

WANTED, /& N OVERSEE !l COMPETENT TO THEJIA-. £'?&- NA-jMAlt2NT of an agricultural, cattle, and htu-f- (-.tlablishment. ?-. A \* S( ),!)!? vein I SMF.TTIRHDS, 1o whnm liberal wages will be rivi'n. A|)|)lif.alinn to be uiiulc (o I\Ir. Itedu-'ru, Campboll-lield ANTEIX TO PL/ltCliASIi A TEAM OF WORKING- HULLOUKS. Apply to Mr. 3. Lord, Wacquarie PI ace. __ ___ „„_ ^^^___ FOR TIIRRE OR MOtllil YRARS, MACQUA RIE Fi I? LI), the estate of the, late Mr. James Meehnn. In point of situation, dwelling house, dairy, stabling, coach-house, bnrnts,. garden, a)id other .conveniences nnd coui lbits, it has no pn'allcl in the Colony. Particulars may be known on application to Charles Throsby Esq. » ? - ^IIE^FOLLOWING^AIlTrCLES ' A It E~' NOW -JL on Sale, at THOMAS KEItlMS'S, ««or«e-strefit : Gentlemons* cloths, , vis. — Puck, drill, llorenline,* jane; nun. keen, Cheltenhnm stripe ami Vnltnlia trowsers, fiom Ills. (ill. to-2L9j per: pair; Vali-ntia loilinel velvet, Marseilles blnek sil...

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