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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

in to this day, both in Van Diemen's l.anu „.» ~™ South Wales. We have not time to examine the plot for obtaining possession of lands which have ,b..n -ranted to various occupants, or for laying bold of tbe property of individuals, under the pretence of these having done something to incur a **''*?' having omitted to do something to. avoid f»rft-ltulM We have not leisure to examine the ^rectitude of the intentions which are contemplated, _ or point out ho« convenient the doctrine of. .esumption of grant, would , be by way of punishing obnoxious individuals. Bu t - - ? V.,.; s.. Ai- -.r o finvnrnment Notice, dated Snp to result fro'nT this indUoreot- indulgence, and «,« further observation unnecessary. ?? Iheicsau s Notice for you, piping hot from the cannons mouth i there's a lton'.roar-tW. a- philanthropy-breath ^g Public Order. It is indiscreet to . reward for good behaviour. Now, what has 'exercised the ingenuity of Governors more than schemes for stimu ating to good behaviour; a...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUARTER SESSIONS.—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

QUARTER SESSIONS.— (Monday) The General Quarter Sessions for Sydney commenced this day.               G. Howard was put to the bar, charged with stealing a pair of boots, a blanket, and some other property, belong- ing to Messrs. Ferris and Clarkson. — Not Guilty. Joseph Raphael was indicted for an assault on Barnet Levy.       The prosecutor stated that on the 17th of June last he   was present at a public auction held on the premises of Mr. R. Jones, merchant of Sydney— he bid for several lots which were put up by Mr. Paul, the auctioneer, in the course of the day he discovered his principal competitor to exist in Joseph Raphael, the defendant. Witness re- minded Raphael that it was a ready money auction, whereupon the latter became exceedingly indignant, sharp words ensued between the parties — these interchanges of discourse were at lengt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

nrc announced in our last, .thattl.c survey.'. —s Gco-e's Sound, »-itl, a view of n»W.B a, sett . taent ul:,,aSabo»t.to be undertaken forthwith. bu, another of the ' W.M^-P*-* ™, ' time advantajres,' ana sciecieu .u. .«? -.-- .. ^ andhs ' uncommon attribute,,' one of o» half surveyed places which our coast surveyors ha e been deUghted'with, after a six months cruize on..* Wlde ocean. This is to be taken possessor, of^ taken possession of, it was, long ago. in the n me ; bis-Most Gracious Majesty the Klng.of ^f^^ if not, a piece of red bunting, a stick ™**»%£\ varn wou d do it so cllectually, that nothing but a 2W friendly alliance with G^tBriUt^ lead to an attempt by a foreign power at any' i ^oachmenV upon that part of the territory ; ^ deed, whether the bunting or the men wcietg wouldmattor but little, if an ^^^^L to possess itself of tho'Sound or the »»?. «^^ it is'theu to be settled' or colonized if £|9^ plated, survey should be followed With as ; f.v Jg*^ repoit as has already ...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Wm. Watts (free) stood charged with being an utterer of base coin. The prisoner was committed for trial.   Margaret Dacey was accused of being an accessary in a rob- very. The prisoner, a mere girl, was committed for trial.       Mr. G. Whitfield, on a complaint of having harboured a pri-   soner of the crown in his house, was fined in the penalty of ten pounds. G Johnson, free, for obtaining money under false pretences, was committed for trial.           Maurice Morgan, a prisoner of the crown, for having a stolen watch in his possession, was sentenced three years to a penal settlement.               G. Connell, a free labouring man, was charged with an assault. The complainant, a woman named Ellen Fagan, deposed that she lives in Cockle Bay, on T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

~By a proceeding, which took place in. the Barracks the other day, it .would seem .that the duties, of- the '? New South. \f ales. Corps',- are . not very accurately defined; at least if any reliance can be placed on the statement of -one of the Members. | 'A Court Martial was held to investigate into a charge which had been made .against private John .Eberson, for refusing to do garrison duty, and per sisting in- such refusal. On enquiry, it appeared that Eberson belonged to the New- South Wales Corps, and'.ttfat after landing here,1 wnicu was omy a «.-« dayS since, he refused to do the ordinary duties of a* private soldier, alleging that whten''he entered the corps it was upon an express understanding that he | should have an- employment different- from that , to which a man,, with a red coat on his back,- is accus . tomed. .He understood that'he would .cease to. be in effect a common soldier, and become, . on landing in New South Wales, an Uncommon one, -under tlie Go L'vernor. a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

. -New 'Zealand.;' Flax.— During1 my late researches (says a contributor to the Society of Arts) into the rural economy 'of the .southern parts of Ireland, I discovered 'that tlie Phor . iniiiiu Tcnax, or New Zealand flax plant, was growing there in liict tiilfesl luxunrince ; ana uiat it appeared to nave occoinc, in a great degree, naturalized to the climate and soil' of that, country. ''As the qualities of New Zealand flax, as applied -o naval pur poses', &c. have of late, been so much the subject of iiiqnirj and conversation, particularly since the return of Mr. Cominissionej Biggo from New South Wales, I shall refrain from any detail on that head, further than to notice,. that, having a desire to gratify, somelrish gentlemen, r have had some of the flax scutched (spe- ??', ciniens of which I have by me,), yihiph, in poiut- of produce, proved most fully the account I gave of the experiiuent I ma'du. at the request of Mr. Bigge, on which that gentleman's report, as ' print...

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

GOVERNMENT ORDER. ^ QprRK-rT^TOFFXcE, Nov. 6, 1826. Colonial SecrEta-try sut i ^?tJVads of departments a-nd 'p..' «-.',-' 'V 'Tan' .Vi« «- 'S'K — j% '= '?- Srsz^ ess respecting lhe»«. Pnmm:ssarv General will transmit to the I 2d. The Deputy Commissary t* ^ oftencr lf CoioniHl'Secrcla'rjr, on he £} ot cacl ^ ^ ^ necessary,,* return of a Ur ^ « ^ uisitions fnr U.e which may not be '' st' re direction3 how they arc to be pro siassafr^KS t ai5«p»- »'«?? ???' thcy *' tS3 .1 UU ^cdency th, Oj-njon 'raft ? ,, „,, „.,,«-'« OPFICEi iNOV. Ui lo-Ul Colonial SecbaV i»V\CHES OP MAGIS-I vrhni tannw *PP™n''/'d*, t0 slIbmit, at the same lime, a scale r^forn^FS; Excellency^ Oovevno, ' JVInie'stv's Gaols. . ' _ focl 7 1 inches in height, I TUim-rvn (3^— John Foran 41 ^^TtpSS-f his Excellency^—, --S^^Tt Or».«. S'SSjS'- 6' 182° :^;'W- «#' STjSr Do «! CoL»--ary Genera,. ,UN.c OF New South W*..», No, . ^ IJ^ rr.BE PROPRIETORS Of BAN 1 are requested to M. .at he B ara ^ ^b ?^irt^^sfe K2F ens'lI1? year- io...

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

? i him h mm ii i ii 111 mi iii ? iii 1 1 hum ii i i » ? mi i ill ?iim i iimi i' iiHTfTm*ajT*rrrrir'nirip n GOVERXiU ENT ORDE II. Colonial Skcketaiiy's Opfick, Nov. 3, 1S2G. (No. .'-!-,) jfl'S MAJESTY HAS UEE.V PLEASfcD TO .fiu-o. appoint John Stephen, Esq. to be one of 'the Jirlyi'b -.-( thn Suprrine {''miit in NowSou'.h Wales. I (is ICxrelloncy ihu Cioviviiiii lias been pleased to appoint IToiirv Ginltnii Douglass, Kvq. (oactasComniissiiuicvof the Court - f Keqiie.sts,' in 'tlic iiioiii of Mr. Judfiu Stephen ; and Lieut. Colonel Ilrniy Uiniiiucsq, ttj net as Clerk -o tin1 Legislative' Council, in tlie uiom of Mr. Douglass, 'till fiulher outers. . . . ' J5y l»is Excellency's Command, JliX. W'tiKAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial .*jkckbtaiiy's Ofpice, Nov. 3, JS2G. MIS EXCELLElYCY THE GOVERNOR ,JIAS been pleased to appoint the undermentioned Ocn.tloiiK'fi I; - Itt; Magistrates in the Colony of New South' Wales ;iii(l'ils'l'Pti|Jeli[dwfcii:9 : — v. -.',' v ??'... ... .;-:-.,'. -.4^^ ....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 November 1826

?Many ''of the bakers in Sydney, and all ofihem in Parramatta, are most unrcisonably extortionate iii the price .demanded for their bread. At Parramattn, the bushel of wheat sells currently at five shillings, and the price ot a loat, two -pounds' we Jieneve m. wctgur, is not less than sixpence. Taking away the sittings from a bushel of wheat, and tbe Hour which remains' seldom weighs less 'than forty-four pounds, not taking into consideration the weight of .water, Sec. used in mixing with bi£ad, the bakers, actually levyva con tribution on their customers of twenty-two shil lings for an outlay of five. No wonder that Bakers should fill their coffers 'and. dash away, whan by grind ing wheat they arc enabled to grind the poor inan'out of his last farthing. .It would be well. if people would get into the way of buying their own wheaj^ and bak ing their own bread, after the manner of all the cotta gers of England. There is no want of water and wind mills now, and the owners of them have...

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To the Editor of The Australian. SIR, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

To the Editor of The Australian. Sir, Allow roe to offer, in tho columns of The Australian, a few remarks on the abuses exiiting among, and practised by the tollrgate keepers; abuses which call aloud for redress. The in habitants (many of whom are obliged to travel 40 or 60 miles to market, and in many places on very bad roads) are charged at the toll-gates the same for young foals only a week old ns Iliey are for saddle horses. A shameful imposition, in my opinion, which ought n.rt to be allowed The .price, heretofore, for the unwearied young, was half price of the old; and for a horse and cart threepence currency was taken,' .now fourpence sterling i- demanded at all the gates. Other charges equally high are made, without any authority except an old Almanack. You see, Mr. Editor, how impositions arc creeping on; but the independent Australian,' from the great good'it has-alrcady done in the Colony, will still do more by exposing such abuses as the above. I hope the government will...

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SIDNEY GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

axui»jc*i uKAi\iJ JURV l^Hji.SENTMENT. The Grand Jury of our Sovereign Lonl the liiug, present to the Court of Quarter Sessions, that they, leain from the Chairman, with a satisfaction proportioned to the conse quence of the object, that their iterated representations of the contammatea siaie oi mu iann.a m oy«ncj, nave ui length received that consideration from government which promises a : apeudy and an ample compeusatiou for their anxious labours. . The Grand . Jury are also led to expect, that, from an euquirv now pending, the evil formerly presented, butrsliil existing, of ^a disorderly assemblage of idle and dishonest men at the K-ing's Wharf, under the character of porters and labourers, will be soon and effectually .remedied. In visiting the County Gaol, the Grand Jury present that its present overcrowded condition might, to a. small extent, be relieved by the transfer of about twenty-five' prisoners to the Hulk. The various complaints laid before them hy the inmates, elicit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN SYD1VEY, NOVEMBER 1 1, 1S26.

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CRIMINAL COURT.—(Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

CRIMINAL COURT —Yesterday.) William Lucas and Eben Collier, were capitally indicted, for cattle-stealing. It appeared Collier is a servant to Mr.~'Tliomp-- son, a settler at Bathurst. — A vouhgbul), not branded, was c'on ?fided. lo the prisoner's care, with some other stock ; the same' annual was brought into the stock-yard, for the purpose of having: it branded ; but it^ushed from the stockman, and was not heard of for two months after. Lucas, the other prisoner, came to re.sjd.c^ at Bathurst about this period, in the capacity ~6f shepherd to Mri? S. Terry. ? He brought.. a few head of cattjeNwith him, which were his own property ; within, a space of four months, he brand- ' ed avvpung bull with the initials of his own name,- -V.X.; the same turned out to be the property of Mr. Thompson, from whom it ran away, in the manner stated. The prosecutor swore it ,was his property, though he had 110 brand on it. — The Jury Acquitted the prisoners. - ? ? ' * ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

TNOTTCR. HE.PunLro ArtE hkkehy cAanoNFa not 10 accept in payn.ent.a-Note of Hand si»u^ by M.e undersigned in favor or Wm. Carter, or J? *I2 .1OS. in dollars at 5s. each, dated the «3d of Oeiohl, ' able in three month, after date. ,10 .value having Leei I 1 1 !,'T Hie same. . fa ' Blv«» fiw Parramatta, October 23, 182R. ''^ ^H0RW:. , .^ KOTIUE. ' ^~ T^IIOSE PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE Into Mr. Wm. Parker, nra req,,cstea. -f« .lianitlai' tl«cir AccimiiH wlien cilled upon, ol|ICrwise the A.in.Si - ?will be reluctaully compelled! in f|;M:h,,rging ,|,d r y^ T cred.fors, lo hand over such accounts' a/are not Jt 2d a ft. this notice, to the solicitor for.colleclion 8--»'-«i afiOT October SO, 102b'. * ? ,:' — ? ' ? ?_ ? . ,f£ NOTICE. : ~ T^ ALL PBRSO N S I N DEBT 12 D TO TirE 5^ Estate of MT.,W,n. Pemlray, arc rnqnosto.il tt« pay their Accounts to Mr. Ilobeft Campbell,. j,,,,. withm.ui.V the honks and papers connected with the saiclilsinte, are|,,ri3 at Mr. Cninphell-s Office, in Bligh-stroct ;...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(Nov. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. — (Nov. 9.) Our market this morning was but thinly supplied .vvithlprp^^ duce generally. .Wheat was extremely dull, in sale^yery/few-*^' sales' of this article were effected. Maize continues-* about the''*, same: hrprie'e, though it is expected that this article will' com.f-'f mand a rise- shortly, and better prices realised until March, next.?, '? It is generally ,underttood by, the 'trade that old stoc)Cbfigrain.~ in the hands of settlers ii very trifling. , K.'' '?'' --.'-' '*vj^\' ^ ' \\ 20 - - sold at-per -Bush. -«£?() ' \& ; 3 v ' \ ? '26 - - ?-- - o ft 0 *,!*.»* '92 - - . - - -- O .5i .6' .1 ;* Jl - - - 'T, -- .,0 6, 0 , Total 149 , '- 1 A .-' Average Price of Wheat - .£0 5 '. 8J Ditto of maize - 0 2' '0-.- . Barley ? - . - 0 3 ] 6r ' - ' ' ... Fine Flour I6s. Od. stg. per cwt. , , . - - Seconds do. 14s. Od. per do. ? -? ., v PblJard, -2s. Od. per bushel * ? Bran, Is. Gd. ditto. „' ? 'Potatoes, 13s. Od. to 18s. Od. per cwt.; fowls, 4i. 6d.*(o 6s. Od. p...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived, the .brig Haweis, John Dibbs, from Society Islands       28th September.— Lading, 26 tons pork, -7 tons coconut oil* 6 tons arrow root, 1 ton lard, 1 1/2 ton bark. Passenger, Mr. S. Wilson. On. 19th September, left - tbc U. S. ship- of war. Peacock, Captain Jones, who had been endeavouring (o bring the people under engagement to protect American shipping anil - property in case of war. ' ^ ?- ?* , Sailed, on Sunday Ust, the ship John Bull, Captain Howe, 'P for .'Manilla and .Canton. . ? v . '? Snmc day, the biig Fame, for Newcastle. ' ' , , ' On Thursday, H. M. ship Fly, Captain 'Wcathcrall,' for ?' WeBtern Port. ' ','''' A Same 'day, the brig Dragon, Capt. Skelton, for Western Pott.'' '-, Same' day, the Government b-ig, Amity. Captain Ifandsen, *-? ' for Western Port and King George's Sound. .' - ' ' The brig, Governor Phillips, is expected to' sail' in ^a' few '? days, for' the Isle of Franc'eT* '' ? , , ' t The cutters. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Noy. 10, 1826.. '(No. 41.) . '*? 1 T^T18 EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR -fiTJL having brought under the consideration of the Executive Council, the measures proposed in tlie 11 ih Article, of the Regulations (No. 35), for the- ' Granting and Sale of Land,' which has been rendered impracticable, from the impossibility of procuring the Additional Surveyors winch are necessary, under present circumstances, to enable the .Com missioners- to proceed in valuing the land in the the manner pointed out in the King's instructions ;— his Excellency is pleased in consequence, to notify, that so much' ef the Regula tion* as relates to the ' sale of land,' must unavoidably bfcsus-* pendeci, until the Surveyors, who. have been written for to Eng land, shall have arrived, and the general survey of the Country be more advanced, or until his Majesty's further pleasure shall be made known. — -In the meantime, it is his Excellency's opi nion, that the detaching o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

: t .Some months have now elapsed since the iridulg-ence of 'Tickets of Leave' has been granted on the old principle, and according to the regulations of the late administration. Though indulgence has been sus pended, and the privelcge has been as it were in abey ance, both the indulgence and the privilege of grant ing it, have not, it would seem, by ' an outline of an arrangement for granting Tickets of Leave,' ,as published in our last number, ceased -to exist in the ' remembrance, intendment, or consideration' of the Authorities. It is acknowledged, on all hands, that the principle of granting Tickets of Leave is good. The mind must come at once to this conclusion, every, one must concede? that it is wise to extend- encouragements to prisoners, to redeem the past by future good beha viour'; that it is the best, of policy to lure torefpr mation'by the strength of promises and expectations which may be. realised at the will of the objects of clemency, than to goad into submissivene...

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QUARTER SESSIONS:—(Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

QUARTER SESSIONS.— (Tuesday.) Joseph Beane was indicted for stealing a quantity of   liutter, the'prbp'erty of John Nixon. — The prisoner 'ii'nd only 'b'e'coih'e' free bv' servitude about three weeks. Guilty. Sentence'.'! to be worked'in irons- for 18 months. John Wynch was indicted for stealing some reeds from   tlie grounds of Mr. D'uon, at the steam-engine. The Court ruled, that the fact ef stealing wits not sufficiently made nut to support the indictment; there had only been ,n trespass committed, and the prosecutor might proceed on that charge, in another way. The prisoner was discharged. 'Thomas Delvelin stood charged with obtaining goods Wider false pretences. Samuel Pashfield deposed, that the prisoner and his em- ployer (a man named Boyce) -came to witness's house—— Boyce asked witness's permission to leave some property ; -co isisting of wearing npparel, in 'his care. Deponent took 'charge of the bundle — the two persons went away together. Sh )it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretaky's Office, Nov. 6, 182C. ri (No. 40.) J 1st. rT BADS OF DEPARTMENTS, AND JLJl Officers- making- Requisitions for Stores, who may not be supplied at the time wilh the whole or any part' of the articles included -In ? one set of requisitions, are not to repeat their demand for the same articles in their following requisitions. When, from circumstances, the articles cannot be immediately, furnished, the Officer making the requisition will represent bv letter to the Colonial Secretary, that the articles required in 'the requisition of which the datu is to be specified, litive not been obtained, that special instructions may be given je respecting them. So*. The Deputy Commissary General will transmit to the Colonial Secretary, on the 7th of each month, or oftener if necessary, a return of all articles ordered to'be supplied, but. ?which ma}' not be in store to answer the requisitions for the n month, that he may receive directions how they are to be p...

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