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

FOUND, A DARK BAY MARE AND A YEAR   old Filly, of the same colour ; the mare is branded thus (f) off side under the saddle. The Filly is not branded. Whoever has lost the above, may recover them by paying the expences, on application to George Hambridge, in the District of Cook.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 November 1826

'-1 * GOVERNMENT ORDER. ' Co.i;p.NiAL Secretary's Office, Nov. 10, 1S26. I (N'o. 41.) TJIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR 1 ',-87.-*-, having' brought under the consideration ? ?of the'Exi'ciitiveCouncil, Hie measures proposed in the lltli ' .Article of tlio Regulations (No. 35), for the ' Granting and 'Snle of Land,' which has Leon rendered, impracticable, from the , 'impossibility of procuring the additional Surveyors which are necessary, under present circumstances, to enable the Com missioners to proceed in valuing the land in the .manner 'pointed out in the King's instructions; — liii Excellency is pleased in consequence, to notify, that so much of HieReguIa 'tioii« as relates to the '* sale of land,' must unavoidably be sus pended, -until the Surveyors, who have been written for to 'Eng- land, slmll lnve .arrived, and the general survey of the Country 'Li* 'more advanced, or until his Majesty's further pleasure shall l-e marie. known. — In the meantime, it is his Excellency's opi nio...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 November 1826

CRIMINAL COURT— (Monday.)   Wm. Richards was capitally indicted for a burglary and rob- bery.       Alex. John McGuigan, wheelwright in George-street, Syd- ney, deposed that on the 7th day of last October a workshop adjoining to the dwelling-house was broken open and entered during his absence; a quantity of iron work, amongst which was an axletree, were stolen. The robbery was perpetrated by   means of a large aperture made in the wall of the shop. The   prisoner had been at his house on the same day, to receive some   money which was due to him for work done. Cross-examined—Did not discover the place had been robbed until next morning. The robbery might have been effected in the day time. No person slept in the workshops.   By the Court—The workshops are not protected by any     building or wall round them.       J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 November 1826

^ — ? . i WOOL PACKS ON SALE BY ASPINALL, s BROWNE, and CO. ? ? s F^Oll SALE.AT THOMAS FEURIS'S, GEOUUR streer, Bengal Cheroots, Percussion Caps,' a case of Hats, just opened, in excellent order, Westphalia Hams', and English Table Snlt. ' v^ ?' ' ' ? FERRIS HAS JUST OPENED A CA&E ? of HATS', of the best quality. Superfine bla,ck hats, 3.7s. each, sterling. Superfine while hats, -10s. each, sterling. Some very superior horse hajr seating for settees, chair bot toms, &c. -fec. also horse hair for stuffing same ; wove horse !iair for stairs, passages, baths, &c. &c. 1SHE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ARE NOW - onSali», ait THOMAS. FERRIS'S, George:street : Genllemens' cloths, viz. — Duck, drill, florentine, jane', nan keen, ^.Cheltenham1 stripe and Valentin trowscrs, from' 16s. '6 i\Z to 2ls.'*per pair; Valentia toilinet velvet, Marseilles black silk crape, and other waistcoats, from 8s. to 21s. each ; a few black silk jack'ets. at 25s. each, dressing jacketsat 20...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 November 1826

We should as soon expect to see a gaol without ii 'prisoner, as a Presentment which did not present the goal... The Grand Juries, however, have given tip particularising ; and we hardly doubt whether they have not adopted a more forcible style ot pre senting- by the brief and general allusion which a few words convey, than if they^had gone over and through the prison, and left us a glowing -description of its accustomed imperfections. '*? Under the well known disadvantages of this, prison,' we find every thing, as my lady's nurse woulJ say, as -well as could be ex pected (considering). , But the disadvantages are still in being. Look bark (implies the , statement t-f the Grand Inquest) to the Presentments of. our predecessors for eight Sessiqivs,, and a full enumera tion will be found. ,v There you'll see what has been said of the stowage of prisoners — the insecurity of the prison — the want of accommodation for creditors, ' great ;and small' — the insalubrity of the scite owing to...

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

SHIP NEWS. On Thursday arrived the cutter Uovcnor Arthur, Mr,, Jolm ITassall niiinlt-r, from L.iuncestoii the,28lb ult. l.adin'|;;-25''ti--19 of Hour, 500 kangarco skins, and one cask of .Van Dkiucji'i Li'ind hiiiu'ii slont. Wednesday soiled the schooner Prince Regent, Captain Sal mon, on a speculative trip to the northward. Thursday the brig Lord llodney, Captain White, for Mac quarie Islam!. ' ,(, : ' , ,„. Same day the .schooner Samuel, Captain. ^!)rydcsdale,.for ,New, Zealand. . r ..'-.-.»_,-.. -? ' ^. --'^ ^ : *-5i '.J'

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(Nov. 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 November 1826

S YDNEY.; MA Rtv ET3 .— (Jfo^* W' A tolerawlj j^ootl supfyiy ot old wneat was cirawn^into the Market this morning, the most part beinp ^ejierally fino samples, bought up by Mealmen, on about the. same lenus as last ivfk. Tha low price of orain at this-jiinetdre'li?.*. iiHiuceti tue trane to nuy up sounq wncat.io woik witivtuo new supplies, which, are expected in a fortnight. Barley continues at steady pi ice, an-l Maize is improving.' . *- J4i - - sold at per Bush. -£0 ? G -6 - 2» - - - ;.a..- 50 92 - - - - ?? Of -4 11' . Total 262 ?-? , '? Average Price of Wheat - £0^ 5 8 JDitto of maize - - ?- 0, . 3 0 . . ^ Barlev - - - ? ' '6* 3-6^-f - -Fine Flour 16s, Od.stg. per cwt.: .- - £8^ - Seconds do. 14s. Od. per do. ' ''i .»'? Pollard, 2s. Od. per bushel ? . .,..;,.'-- Bran. Is. 6d. ditto. ' ? ?- '?? Potatoes, 10s. Od. to 20s. Od. per cwt.j.fowls, 5s. Od, to 6a. 66. percMiple. ' . '. 1 Diieks 6». Od.to 7s. Od.— G.eese 14s, Od. tolGi. Od. Turkeys, 15s. Od. to 20*. Od. per couple. Peas O...

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OF THE CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 November 1826

OF THE CULTIVATION OF 1'OBACCO IN NEW SOUTH WALES. The ground for sowing tobacco seed in, ought to be a rich sandy loam; and, to reap the advantage of three crops, should be.well. prepared, .in, i-J.ime.,. .BurniDg: Uie.soJs, or surface, is. found to be verv beneficial for promoting the certain growth of he seed, and the. preservation of the young plants. J3yPthat,nro :ess the ground is sweetened and clearer! of the roots, of^fgrass md weeds, and made destructive to 'insects whicli prey on the seeds and young plants ; besides, the seed vegetates rapidly, md the plants thrive well in soil mixed with the burnt ashes )f the surface. The best season for sowing tobacco seed is early in July, but it may answer until the latter end of October. The beds for the iced ought to be made in shape 'and with care, very similar to mion beds, and of the same width, to allow convenient weeding is often as any weeds are seen amongst the young'plants. .When the beds are laid out they are to be rolled o...

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ON IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 November 1826

ON IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. The existing laws for the recovery of debts, in England, have been considered by the most enlightened writers, as unconstitutional; contrary to the spirit of Magna Charta, and pppressiyein the extreme, as exciting-a thirst for mi UU|IO:-lt^f«lllllIf UIIKIi UA tlllllg lltUl V Wk II til O IUIII UU V»XIA«*Vtl~ g'antQe^fejibion 'lit' power, greater than even the judges tlieniseivesJ1*possess over crinrinalsi whose crimes have not attached to tlicihihe penalty ojl death. There is no distinc tion, as to the manner, in which the debt is contracted ; no discrimination between fraud, and misfortuno-, aliUe tlie wetched father,, borne dow^u*Mjy^{lisappointment', aiid' tin: prodigal, who has lived upon his wits, are thrown upon the mercy of a creditor, and incarcerated within the stone walls of a prison, at the option of him who sues.' In vain the honest man may plead ; in vain a wife and .children implore the liberty of him, who was' tbeii prop and staff, A relentles...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. \4\ IS2fi. ^OVHItNiUENT BEING D ESI HODS .TO LET *3T the Windmill at Newcastle, for tlie-terrn of seven /ears, from the first day of January next, Tenders from such persnsns may lie willing to lake the same, will he received at thisoflice, on Thursday, Hie seventh of December, at 12 o'clock. Each Tender niusl'be.s'jaled and marked, ' Tender for New castle Windmill.' . The conditions of the Lease may be learned, by applying at this Office, or at the Office of- the Commandant, at Newcastle. By Command of his Excellency the Governor, '' ' Alex. M'Lea* Cautrus' Bahuacks, Oct. 31, 1826. PERSONS DESIKQUS OF' SENDING THRJR Marcs to the Government Horses, Satellite or Pn,,eh, will be ploiisetl to notify the same at the Office of the Colonial Secretary ; an authority will then be furnished them, t» the Superintendent of this Establishment. . - ? '1'iiis, arrangen-ent has become necessary, to prevent disappoint ment ? as the number of innr...

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CRIMINAL COURT—(Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 November 1826

C RI M INAL COURT — ( Thursday.)           Robert Winter and John Hancock' were capitally indicted as principals, and .Mary Winter, (wife of the, former named- pri- soner,) and John Little, accessaries in a burglary.       The Jury found Winter guilty, and acquitted the other prisoners. ' ^ ? (TfednesdatJ.) ' ? ^ , . -' ' ? , Patrick Geary stood indicted for a. burglary t'in the dwel-i iinp-bouse of So\\n Disqn, situate in tlie'distii'ct of Cooue:' Jobn Tuckwell deposed that be lives- in the'^ame 'neigh-- bourbood witli the prosecutor. ,One day as.;lfe was pro* ceefiint* on a journey, he observed two men ac a diituuce, who seemed to b.ivc some property with them ; 'lie For. a*j while lost sight of tlm men in the bush ; but, on-n£;tiU Beeiirjr ibcMii, they appeared to be resting. their load qii a railed fetict'— witness purbuetl bis route, and fin tilly. came, up t-» the men,, or a...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. FOR SALE BY AUCTION. ON THE PUR. MISE'S OF- J. Tawell, No. 18, Pitt-street Sydney, on Wednesday the 22d of the present month, and ful- - lowine days-— . , ?.. Pudding raisins, of good rr.almle, in jar.». ?*!'?£*-?. ' ' quality, in 50 1b. boxes and- China preservi'd. ginger barrels of 3 cwt., bloom raisins. Citron, pears hihI limes warranted, Jordan almonds. Fish sauces, pickles, portable walnuts, currants, prunes soups, pickled tripe, in kegs. Spices, consisting of nut- Coffee of a better quality megs, ;nace, cloves, cinnamon Urushes, viz. superior' hair and allspice, ginger and pep- cloth, shoe, scrubbing, swe«p per by the bag ing, painters', plate, Wse.aiK* Perfumery, containing la- other brushes vender and honey water, va- . Shaving boxes with glassy' rious scents and hair oils, po- English I glue of best iiuHliiy English preserved fruits, v'xz. small foolscap p»pcr dnmspns, cherries, gooseberries, Pound canisters of snuff, cranberries, red and while cur- nnd va...

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

It is' reported that the Catholics of the Colony arc about to, be deprived of the benefit of the services1 of the Roman Catholic Chaplain — the Rev. Mr. 'Therry. This Gentleman we have always regarded as a va ?U11UIU Hi 1 1113 LCI VI 1 11C ICil££lUll WHICH IIC ICIIblICa, UI1U moreover a. faithful Pastor* As far his conduct and his actions have fallen under our observation, he has ever appeared sedulously attached to his duties, and we-do think that his exertions in the cause of religion have not. been fruitless, . On his' arrival in- the Colony* he found the members of the' Catholic faith scattered. He found Catholic parents and their children almost destitute of religious feeling, but, by acting the part of a zealous Priest, ho restored the former to a sense of -'their moral obligations, and inspired the latterwith the consciousness of the divine precept's of Christi anity, lie may have shewn himself uniformly' re- markable for a rigid attachment to those impressions which it is th...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICES: Colonial Secretary's Offics, Nov. 17, 1S2C. MiS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS been pleased to approve of the folio wing altera tions, and appointments in the PoJicfe of the Colony : — Parrauiatta — To bo constable, Edwnrd Blanclif.-ird, free, vice Cooper resigned, appointment to bear date the 13th inst, Campbell Town — 'Jfo be district constable, William Crisp, free, vice Donahue, deceased, appointment to bear chite the 10th utt. .St. Patrick's Plains— 'To be constable, John Blackmore. By Coniniaijtlof his Excellency, '/'t / Alex. TVI'Leay. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 16, 1826. . HIS EXCELLENCY TH& GOVERNOR HAS been pleased '.'to direct that the articles emi nieratcd in life subjoined lists, shall be advertised with the view- of making the owners to appear, and identify them; but if. unclaimed, by Thursday, the 30th instant, they will, at ten o'clock of' that day, be put up to sate by Public Auc tion, cr'.^ ' l /By his Excellency's Command, Al/EX. M'L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

: ; aaVERNMEXT'O]RDER. r C-i7,ONJAl. SisCRKTAuY'ss'OFFICK., N'OV. 2 1 , 1 8'2t-. (.No. 4'2.) j 1IMIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVKIfNOH'j.S ? .BLJL pleasoil to direct,- . thiit every individual re turning 'a convict servant »o government, sluti I eld «-- ihrwuyh a Magistrate — nnd thai he shall also slate, under pain of being debarred from receiving any rntird servants, his reasons for so doing, which reasons shall be. entered on the .varrant that acc.mi ]i allies ll'ie convict s-- returned.' ;^ \., , 'i. All Superintendents of convict establishments are accord ingly hcrrliy prohibited from receiving back any as-signed srr vaut, excrpt. through the 'medium 6i .a Magistrate1, or from the authorised officers of. Government ; and they are further directed t«r keep separate lists of the names of such pi!rson-j;'as return niyii, -because life have no further occasion for tlu'in, or for other insutiicicnt reasons, and to transmit such lists monthly tov the piincipnl Superintendent, by whom they wil...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From The Colonial Times of Nov. 10 ) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

-VAN'lHEiVlEN-« LAND NKWS. (From The Caloriial Times vf Nov. 10 ) * Aiiani, afler a edonee of nianv unintiis. ue are: re/uc(anHY ? i ; ?? ' '' cuinpelludj by the universal cuniplainls which are made to us by the. Mercantile portion of the community, to notice the continu ance of .the shameful exaction of the ' lu-ad uinnev' in the Co-' I'ViiiarSecrtiary's oitice — that i3 the chnrgc which is made upon e:i.ch and every person (including even the ship'b crew) of iwo s.'hiliitigs aiHisix-jicnee, on. leaving iho Colony. ' ' VS'e'underslafid thai cucitiis have been received from the Hume Guverinnent, thrcciiny timt all acting Jue»i) jip-joinJincnia in this .Colony wijj wnly be entitled to half tliu regulated salaries. ? : l.etlers lifivt' been' rcceivefl per tin: Hiigii Cr«wf«-»ril, -rlalin^* thni a new t'olice, to be regulated after the manner of a Local 'jMfiii.ii**,' is to he in. mediately senf. out from Eiigl.ind to tlii.s Co liiiiK'.]' 'They- are to b--' employed in apprehending run...

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STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

?STANZAS. Dost'tliou never, remember the old driver-mil], Overwhelm'd by the storms, undermined by the stream, With its willows and wijd flowers creeping to fill ?The riiderenta in.tht? atreiitrth tliuv can. hover redpp'm ? ? In its prospering time we- had pass'd it unseen, Or had deem'rl it a blot on the beauty around ;' ? But in ruin we dwell on its fragments of green, :' . . For there's nothing beyond it so fair to be found. ?Kven.thus is-our fellow through life inits pride Often: slighted and scorn'd until ruin conies on, Aud the rents of the heart he would patiently hide. Make us muse on our coldness in days that are gone. ?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

npO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, :-'- a most valuable and highly estimated FREE HOLD ESTATE, situate at Cabramatta, comprising from BOO to 1000 Acres of choice land ; two hundred of which are cleared, and sixty in cultivation ; with several good paddocks. It is equally adapted to the purposes of cultivation or grazing, being constantly and abundantly well watered in the driest season ; and its distance being extremely convenient, being only 25 miles from Sydney, 15 from Parramatta, and 5 from Liver^ pool. Has also, a strong new enclosed paddock, comprising about 200 Acres, and is now under rent, at seventy pounds per annum, to a good and responsible tenant, for seven years ; live and a-half of which arc unevpired ; and, as an accommodation, a limited credit will be given for a portion of the purchase money. ? ? Reference for further particulars, to be had of Mr. James Williamson, near' the King's Stores, Parramatta, and Mr. George Brown, Ship Inn, Liverpool. ' Parramatta, Nov. 13, 1...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

Letters are in the Colony of a very satisfactory nature as regards Sir Thomas Brisbane. It appears that the great people of Downing-street possessed at the time of the sailing of the Hugh Crawford, every disposition to make proper reparation for the reprehensible treatment with which Sir Thomas's   administration, as far as they were concerned, closed. It was well known in London, to the friends of Sir Thomas, that he would be received on his arrival at the Colonial Office in the     most courteous and becoming manner.   Our English Correspondent, who dates his letter the 20th of June, says, " I don't understand that Sir Thomas Brisbane has as yet come to London. The Government and public offices are almost closed; as the principal officers are out of town, upon their electioneering pursuits. " The new Attorney-General and Solicitor-General, appointed ed for New South Wales, will soon proceed thither. The former is a Mr. Baxter, a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

j GOVERNMENT NOTICES. - Colonial Secretary's Offick, Nov. 17, 182G. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS been pleased to approve of the following altera , t'ians and appointments in the Police of the Colony : — . Parratnattn— To be constable, Edward.Ulnnchfoid, free, vice . Cooper resigned, appointment to bear dnte the 15th inst. Campbell Town — To be district constable, William Crisp, 1 free, vice Donahue, deceased, appointment to beur date the ? loth ult. ; St. Patrick's Plains — To be constable, Jolin TJIackmore. By Command of his Excellency, Alex. M'Leay. ! Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 1G, 1826. HIS EXCELLENCY THE OOVRRNOR MAS been pleased to direct that tlie nrtir-Uvs enu merated in the subjoined lists, shall be ndyertised-wjtli the View of malting the' owners to appear, and identify them; but if unclaimed by Thursday, the 30th instant, they will, a' ten o'clock of that day, be put up to sale by Public Auc tion, . , ~'' '?.'?* ? ? v By' his Excellency's Qomrnandj, .'??''''? ' ....

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