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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Monday last, the brig Earl of Liverpool, Captain Ward; from London 2d May , Derwent 19th instant. Lad- ing—sundries.—Passengers, from Van Diemen's Land—Mr.             Thomas Greenhill, Mr. G.T. .Pitman, Captain Forbes, Mr.       Warren, Mr. Loane, Thomas Radcliffe, W. Davis, Charlotte Davis, and four children.     Saturday the government Colonial brig Mary Elizabeth, from Moreton Bay.     Same day sailed the schooner Olivia, Captain Young, for Port Dalrymple. Yesterday the brig Governor Macquarie, Mr. Street owner, for Port Macquarie.   The Regalia, for London direct, with a full cargo of Colonial produce, sails on Sunday next.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL COURT.—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 November 1826

CRIMINAL COURT.— (Monday.)           Wm. Rummedge was capitally indicted for a highway robbery. Nicholas Lacey sworn, deposed, that as be was returning home from the Sydney Market on Thursday the 21st of last Sep tember, he met with some friends on the road, and was prevailed on by them to take share of one or two glasses of grog, at houses on the road. He nt length loft his' company, ,,and set forth a tfi smart tiavclling rate to the house of one Carter, n publi can on the Windsor-road, where he stayed several minutes, and partook of a sum II portion of spirits— -he left ' thence at the approach of twilight, somewhat fresh us hir considered', but ac coutited himself not to.be tipsy — lie had not proceeded above nrqiiarter.of a mile, wlien tlir?u men suddenly .ptestinted them selves 'before him — one man Itiid hold of thti horse's ' head ? a. ? .second wjis approaching, whilst tlio last jumped into the'eart, ami puttin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

SHIP NEWS. . ? Arrived,. on.Thursday the Colonial cutter Fanny, William VI'Meknn ; 'from Hobart Town 9th instant — lading 18 tons jotatoesV, : ' ' .,; '.' .-.???? ' ' -/

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(Nov. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

S YDN R Y MA ItKETS.— (Nov. 23.) The market was very scantily supplied with every description of produce, this morning. A few goo-J samples pfiolda|)jieared,* which readily met witb.-customers at. the current, value ; some damaged grain was unsaleable to mealmen. Maize and barle\' maintain tneir prices. iMnurisuie same. 120 - ? , - sold at per Bush. .^O p, ; 0 So - - - - - rt' 5 0 ' 41 ' - - - ' - - O 5 0 . 20 - - ' - - - O 4 . (?-? 80 - - ? ' - '-.. - -. l- . 4: ^0 ' Total 255 Average Price of Wheat - -£Q 5 ' 6 Ditto of inaizc - O 3 G ' Barley - t - 0 S , G Fine Flour 1 Os. Od. stg. per t:\yt. Seconds do'. l-l.s.'Od.'perdo'. Pollard, 2s. Od. per bushe} Bran, Is. Oil. ditto.. Potatoes, KK Od. to ISs. Od; per cwt.; fowls', 3s. Od. to Cg. Od. percouole. . . Ducks os. Od.to 7s,. Od.— -Geese 12sf Od. to 14s. Od. Turkeys, 16s. Od.to 18?. Od. per couple.« Pe.is Os.'lOd. per peek. 'IJutter, Is. 6d. to 2s; Od. perlb. — Eggs, Is. 3d. to Is. Gt]. per dozen. * . Cheese, Is. Od. per 1b. Assizo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. .. tl Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 21; 18267 » [No. 42.) . ,- - \ XXIS , EXCELLENCY THE .GOVER^O^ ,IS V ' JL-BL pleased to direct, that every individual rq urning a convict servant to government, shail do'so through a Magistrate- — and that be shall also state, under pain of being ' leharrcd front receiving any more servants, his reasons fur so . loing, which reasons shall be entered on 'the 'a arrnnt that accom panies the convict so returned. , . ? ? -. r - .' .. , 4. All Suporintendents of convict establishments are accord- 1 ingly hereby 'prohibited from receiving back any assigned scr- - rant,, except through the tnediuin oi , a Magistrate, or from tlf? t mllioriscd officers of Government ; and they nre furrier directed lo keep separate lists of the 'names of such persons as return r men, because the have no further occasion for t,hem, or for other - insufficient reasons, and to transmit snch lists monthly to Ihp principaf^tiperiutendcnt,' Ity whom1 they w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

SALES .BY AUCTION ?' ' ' * ' **' .BY JJU, VA.UL, '- ? ' At the Si ord* of Messrs. Itt»Jy anil Hfiulson, on .Mviidny the U7th instant,' and fuluiwing day,' at II o'uluck. ' npiJB^ HJiSlDl/E'oF YAltlOt/S SHIPMENTS, -*- viz: — ' **, 80 Dozen v«*ry ftne'old port iaO-iDilto of Madeira and Vidonia 80 . Ditto of sparkling champaigne ' . - 3. Ditto cherry brandy s 04*' Boxes window glass, 10-b'y ' 8 ' ' 44 , Ditto ditto 12 by 10 ' ' Cff Ditto , 4itto 14 by- JO ?12' Ditto ? - ditio' j 20-b'y/l/J ' 20- Chest of hyson skin tea ? V-.1. 21 Coils rope, 2\ inch to 61 '.-.'.. Shoe makers' he'mp ; fine steam loom, shirting, English, prints,' cotton balls, Holland tape ; guns, pistois; cambric, muslin, mujl muslin ; plnyiiTg cards ; gig .whips; .writing, find' printing p'ape^, a-rd'..varipus'otlier. effects. , . - . Conihtions. — -ThTee inpnths for £20, and under £30. .Four .months for ,£80 and nndei'^jO. Piva months for ^50 and up wards, oil approved bills. % . Hank discount allowed for prompt ..pay...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH PERIODICALS, AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

ENGLISH PERIODICALS, AND AUSTRALIA. . The fpllowing' are extracts from various English Periodicals relative to New South Wales. As usual ,\ve re-publish them as interesting1 morsels for' our Readers :— . , : , {-vramine v\eiv jrjuiuuii/ luugiizfic jvij^uiic-s ^ 'In New South Wales an enquiry is making into a system of torture practised by certain persons in authority, to ex tort' con fession by flogging. It jipprars Ilint a magistrate flogged the 'suspected party; eyery day unfit he' confessed his guilt, or laid the charge upon some other individual,- upon whom -tho same system: might be practised ; hence innocent persons might be accused. ' ? ' ' (From the Monthly Magazine far May.) '? New South Wales- — There are no fewer than three newspapers 'published in the capital of N'ew South Wales. Fifty yeais ago there were not so many published in all Scotland.- Tjii! files of the Journals of Australia contain reports of meetings of agri cultural societies, of proceedings of courts of la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Nov. 24, 1826: CNo. -13.) CONSIDERABLE INCONVKNIEiVCR HAV ING been experienced from the circumstance of* i.id1viduals who apply for fi'inale servants, neglecting to send for Uier; when assigned, his Excellency the 'Goveiuor is pleased to direct, that, every female servant not sent for withi:: seven days after notice of her assignment' shall have been given, if-thc applicant. reside within thirty miles of Parranmtta, and within one month, if bcyoiul-thal distance, shall he immediately con sidered assignable to. some other person, and , a note shall he kept of the name of the. individual so failing to send. Mis Excellency has remarked that the regulations of the 9ih of February, 1826,* relative to applications for feinale servants, appears to have been.' very generally disregarded, and he has tliL'refore given directions that no application be attended to in which those regulations are not strictly observed in future. By his Excellency's ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT.—(Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

CRIMINAL COURT.— ( Yesterday.) Sarah Searle stood capitally indicted for the wilful murder of John Radley, in the month of October last. The particulars of   the case have already appeared up on the Coroner's Inquest. — The prisoner was acquitted of the capital charge, and found   guilty of manslaughter.       (Thursday.)                 Arthur Gravey stood indicted for a burglary, in the dwelling house of one Bryan Byrne, and stealing therefrom, in the night time, certain articles of wearing apparel, his property. — The prosecutor stated, that he lil-cs on his farm, situate at a place callcd.'Chipp'tng, in the district of.. Bringclly.'. Ori the night oj Friday* t lie 22d day of September last, having retired to bed \ he was .awoke from his sleep by a noise, and saw three, men iii the rooiiifl-fone of whom advanced towards bjiii,' with a^istol in his hand...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 November 1826

In a.,recent number of.Tlie Australian we hazarded Bomo remarks relative to the conduct of a soldier in the New South Wales Corps, and on the, proceedings of a Court Martial by which he was tried and. sen tenced to receive sundry lashes tor rctusing- to. uo garrison duty. \ Qiir remarks were made with great diffidence; because, whatever niight be our opinions, we. could not well understand 'whether they -were cor rect, as they. were. formed upon- the general rumour of the d.-xy-^jind ruinour is sometimes correct, but as often incorrect. ?.'.. We stated it to be our impression that the New South Wales Corps was not expected to interfere u;ith, and consequently riot to bear a ^ portion; of the regular duties of tlic soldiers who happened. to be. in garrison.. The purposes for which this Corps was' raised secmid to be, thus far toleralily well understood, in the. Co lony. What the inch were to dp( was not exactly known; btit what, they were not to do scemed clear enough,* and neither t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 November 1826

GENERAL ORDER. \ He\d Quarters, Sydney, Nov. 22, lS2fi. ' rpHE LIEUTENANT-GENERAL REGRETS A. it has become his duty to expose, to the indig'-M n«lOn of the troops, two soldiers, who have' committed nu of- I ' fence, under circumstances winch lenve little-doubt that their j ' object was to obtain their discharge from the service. I ?privates Joseph Sudds and Patrick '.Thomson, of the S7th 1 regiment, have been convicted of a rubbery in the town of Sydney, cnminitted m open d/iy, and without even an attempt I to conceal the fact, and have been sentenced to' be transported | to a peml settlement for a period of se\cn years. t 'The Lieutenant General, in virtue of the power with which [ he is vested as Governor in Chief, has thought Tit to commute I the sentence, and V1o direct that privates Joseph Sudda and I Patrick-Thompson shall be worked vm chains, on the public ro-uN, for*tUe penod of their sentence— afler'Which tlie'y'will re iiiii) thi'ir corps. _„ ^ , ' ,,.,», 'i'Jve garrison h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 November 1826

WANTED* A PERSON FULLY COMPETENT to Teach the Guitar: Apply at The Australian Newspaper Office. WANTED, AN OVERSEER COMPETENT TO THE MA NAGEMENT of an agricultural, cattle, and sheep establishment. . ALSO, several SHEPHERDS, to whom liberal wages will be liven. Application to be made to Mr. Itcdfern, Campbell-field. FOR SALE AT J. PAUL'S. JjJST .OPENED PER SHIP ADRIAN, PARA SOLS from 15s. to 40s. each, umbrellas from 7a. 6d. to- 50s; each, childrcus and baby's borinets! from! 10s. to 40s. each. ? * ? UST OPENED AT JOHN PAUl/S NEW Warehouse, a CASE of FINE SNUFFS ; con sisting of ' ' MACABEE PRINCE'S MIXTURE VIOLET STRASBVKG: MORTON'S MIXTURE DOCTOR RUDDIMAIJf TONQUIN MIXTURE ' ' ' . ,' SCENTED RAPPEE HARDHAME*S No. 9. ' ; '/ ' 'J , ; The above snuffs are in fine ''order, and .well w'orth Attention Packed in pound canisters!. ' , r '', ' also, ' i ', A few pair of WELLINGTON'. BOOTSi English manu facture. Tl FERRIS HAS JUST OPENED, AND ' ?*- ? has1 for1 SALE, at his Warehouse, near t...

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ENGLISH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 November 1826

ENGLISH NEWS ' ('From 'HelCs Weekly Messenger of A us 6 ) Gold continues ;to,a'r,i%iye. in this country from all parts .of Europe. A remittance worth 150,000^ is very shortly ex puctcd fiom St.'Pt)tersbiivgli', in a'Pviissian ship of war, and the greater part of it is'saidto be the produce of gold mines lately discovered near I obolosk, in feiberia,' and which arc the pioport'y of the Russian Govi»rnment. The account of so early und so largo a return is a little difficult to believe, but as we havcthe fact from the' Vnercliaiit'to' whom the cfoldis consigned, wecannot^entertain any doubt respecting it. Other consignments to the same' quarter aic expected fiom Prussia, so that an opinion we have frequently heard expressed seems in a fair -way of being realized, vii that if a demand for gold existed in England,1 the effect would be to'drain'the' Continent of the precious meta1. — (Tunes.)* ( ' ( The'Money Maiket this week has, 'on the whole, b'een' tolerably1 brisk, and h:is assumed a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 November 1826

We have been favored with English Newspapers by The Speke, of date to the day of the sailing of that ship; and have furnished our Readers with such extracts from them, as a hasty glance at the contents of some twenty or thirty— weekly and daily— enabled us to make. The prominent feature in these papers, is still public distress; and regular announcements are made, almost every   day, of the change which takes place, or the occurrences which happen, in every district or town, where the calamities of the times rage most destructively. These announcements   resemble the periodical bulletins of physicians anxiously   attending an illustrious patient, and carefully' awaiting   either the crisis of the disorder, or that passed, scrupulously   noting the gradual sinkings of nature, or the     progressive approach of the sufferer to convalescence. It is   hardly yet known, whether the dec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(Nov. 30.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 December 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. — (Nov. 30.) The corn market still continues in the snme depressed state, as noticed by us for several weeks past. The large supplies which have been received from the Detwent, and the prospect of an immediate influx of new craiti into market, causes the trade to be m an e.vtrenielyJniigiiKi condition.-.' Only first prime sample* met any attention, Not a single bushel of inferior grain could be disposed of, at even a reduction from our last quotation*. Maize fully supports the average of last week. 40 - - sold at ,per Bush. „£-) 7 0 ' '93 - -,---060 Total 13'3 Average Price of Wheat -' ^£'0 6 . G Uitto of maize - 0 S 0 . ? Barley . t - -'036 Fine Plour 1-ls. Od. stg.'pc'r^cwt. ' - — ' ?' Seconds do. 1 2s. 0d- !?«-!»? ' - ? Pollnrd, as. Od. per bushel ' limn. Is. Cd. ditto. Potatoes, 12s. Od. to 18s. Od. per cwt.; fowls, 3s. Od. to Gs. Od. per couple1.' &', Ducks 6s.' 6(1% to 7s. Od.— Geose 12s. 0-l. to 14s. Od. Turkeys, 15s. Od. to ISs. Od.. per couple. , ' ,...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 December 1826

ENGLISH NEWS'. Riot in Dublin.-— Last week' some 'persons stationed on guard a small pleasure smack belonging to Lord Ayon inore, which wns moored near Carlisle Bridge, 'Dublin; plnced on the top of the mast a small fisiure. .decorated with orange ana blue ribbons, unu treading under Ins feet a: shamrock. This yvus considered -by some as, a sort of na tional insult. Stones were thrown at the sloop, and shots wcru returned from the crew, by which some persons were wounded. A* dreadful- affray -followed, whicli was' not quelled till theai rival of the Lord* Mayor nnd Sheriff 'with a parly of the police, when two persons were apprehended on board the sloop, and conducted to the police oflice, where depositions were taken against them, nnd they w,e re- committed for further examination, ^--( London- l3aperj July 16 J ,.--,.. ' r ' { i N £\v Catholic Rent-— Mr. O!Connell has published! an addre&fa to the Catholics!'of Ireland, which commences, with the' following paragraph' :~'' ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 December 1826

-After, we had concluded uie r^uiaiks whtcli ap-penr?' -' .our lust, on the unfortunnlf casr nt Suddi ut\fi ^ hoi11^011/ .we fe\f. a ^strong d sposition to invest i^nte the merits --' 'he sentence itself of the' Court of Quarter Sessions, and **xa mine whciher that Court was justified in ordering the so; dieis'tri be transported to s\ penal bttt lenient. '1 hr^e is certainly -a great distinction between a new and an ol' °'- feudepj and, this dibtiuctiou. teems to have been fully bj?rne tn mind.by our Legtslutire body, at the time of the p5»*M*g of the Act iii Council from which we extractee t«e three -9?5Vo]-; inserted on Wednesday. There seems to 'have heei» another consideraiion pressiiig wei«Ktily '?upou 'their atteutioH, namely,' the inutility, of penal seillements a5 connected with the interests of the Colony/ and the utility of employing the*l»bour' of prisoners on high' roads and other public works; and for these rea«ons a restraint ap peais to iuve been tucitly imposed upon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 December 1826

tiO V JSUiX M KJMT OKDE US. (joloni\l Secuetauv's Office, Nov. 28, 1826. (No. 44 ) ' Tf-1 IS EXCJKLLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS ] M.M beuii pleusedto appoint /Thomas (Jndhert H.i rineton, E^I' to be Assistant Secretary in tltis Department until thiT pleasure of the Secretary of State shall be known. By his .Excellency's Command, i ., Alex. M'Leay. CoiiojiiAL SncRCTArtY's Office; Nov. 28, 18'26. (No. 45.) i , , . , , , ., rplIE SECRETARY OF STATE, HAVING -?- signified that gieat inconvenience liasjaris«-n to -liis Majesty's Government, as Vi-ell ns to tlie patties unmcdiately interested'- bjf individuals in this Colony, trnnsmitiing com plaints to' th'e.Colonial 'Departm-tnt at Home. \vilhout-,a previous communication with tliu local authorities, whereby much del,iy lias interposed, in consequence of tlie reference which it'is'rie tcisniy to pinko tp ihis government for'explanntions, 'previous to biiv decision' being had on the subject of sucll coniplnints',' his lordship, has in ponserpie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 December 1826

NOTICE TO, BUTCHERS. FOR SALE, AND MAY BE VIEWED AT BIR LING COTTAGE, J3rinSelly, Twb Hundred FAT WETHER SHEEP. FOR -SALE AT J. PAUL'S^ JTTST OPENED- PER SHIP ADRIAN,- PARA- SOLS from 15-!. to 40s. t eaclij , umbrellas from' 7s. Gd. to 50s. each, childrens and baby'o = b.inne'ts from 10s. to' 40s. each. . ' .- ? i- ?;- . . ?; , .. . ; UST OPENED AT JOHN PAUL'S NEW1 Warehouse,- a CASE of FINE SNUFFS ; con sisting of MACABEE PRINCE'S MIXTURE VIOLET STRASBURG ^ MORTON'S MIXTURE ' DOCTOR RUDDIMAIN TONQUIN MIXTURE SCENTED RAPPEE-, HARDHAME'S No. 9. . . . The above snuffs. are in fine order,- and well worth attention Packed in pound canisters. , , 'Valso, ? ' . A few pair' of WELLINGTON BOO~TS, English manu facture. ' , -'„ -f , r ^¥1' FERRIS-. HAS JUST-d OPENED;., AND' -^- ? has for SALE,' at Ins Warehouse, near the Lumber-yard, Gcorge-srreet — ' } Arrow -root, by the keg of 14 or 28Jb~s., Is. per 1b. A case of superior Cutlery, consisting of ' . Table knives and fork's' Penknives ' Scis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

THE AUSTJRAI.IAN SYDNEY, PRCEMHriirfi,,iS26. '

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