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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

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Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(JAN. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

MARKET RETURNS*— -fJANi I3.Y No. of Buih. sold. - £ ' *? d. 190 - '- sold at per Busli? ,0 7 6 365 - V 0,7 0 ~\6$ - --' - ''-066 61 -- 0 6' 0 $$ - , ' - - - . 0 ? 5 ' 6 ** Average Price of Wheai 0 ,6 l'O 3 farthings. Ditto of Maize -1* 0 4 9 Ditto of Barley ' - ' 0 3 9 JQats - - ? 0 3 0 Potatoes,- £s. Od. per cwt. ' _ Fowls, 83: 9d. per couple ' Butter,' *s. 3d. per I b. ' Eggs, In. 6d. p'er dozen. Cheese, Is. 3d. per 1b. Att.«\ze of JJ^reacl— I/Jafof ^ lbs.r-^fourponcft Sittiner'Macistrate: — John OXLE.V. llaqi - -

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

'j^TOTICE:- --The Australian Cdmp£t ny Is Agent begs -L^T to intimate to the public, that he is ready at air times to treat with individuals, resident here, for the passage of persons from thdUnited Kingd-oni to this Colony,. * ' -. . . t ' . , ,. . . ... .'. -. By depositing a security in his. hands, a passage out in .one. of tl:e company's ships, may be arranged] in favour of^any intends irig emigrant. ' ?''.''?' / -.':-':. .-'';.^. . -. Individuals in want' of free mechanics, farm servants, &c. may also.be supplied with theui in. a.'waythe most satisfactory. The agent will enrol tbe paiue of the,party applying for suph mecha nics or others, in a.register to be kept at^the company's' office h*ere, in' which 'register 'the profession of tlie person, wanted,- the length of tiuie he Is expected to serve, 'the rate,'of wages^ to be allowed him oa arrival, and other leadiag circumstances shall be; stated. ... . : . ... '., '' .. .. ,. ' ,-*.,. ?.'.'.?'*''?.'?'.?'''?;'.'.?*;'. '...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GENERAL CENSUS OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

A GENERAL CENSUS OF THE WORLD. The present Cerisutf of *the the, whole wdrltUis said to. stand thus :—^ ; ^u^-^j .-;..'. / .^^j, .^j;^^ Jews -.--.- ,.4,000,000 Christians --i - . 200,000,000 ' Pagans - - - 456,000,000. ,. , ; v, -I \, ? . . ;. — —-- ^— -- JVIahonicdans , .'- 1-1 0,000 J300 / To^al - ' -' 800^000,00)0 ? Deists' and Alheists' are 'compreiicndcHji hut not dis tinguished in either of these enumerations, as'tlicy.do not avow' 'themselves hy any. formation into hodies',' but are anoinalies in. each class. ? ?? ? _ ; ? '^ji, Ir is worthy of notice that the most aricielU congre gation, 'viz. jPagans, still suhsist through the globe, and, comprise- more than'one-half of. its general tpopuT lation ; that the second, in order of. time, viz.- ?'Je\vs, have, since the destruction of their temple and city ni A. D. 70, fallen to so Hear a decay as to comprise only' a 200th part of. the whole ; :that the:third denomina tion, .viz. Christians, now include' one-foiirth, part' of the ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

^1O be LET, v/itli inimt--liato possession, All th! B valuable and iii'i-,t -.li-,ir;il-lv KS 1'A'l1^ called ANNA] DAiE 1'ARiM, sitiuit'1. iibuiit four miles from Syihiev, on tl J'arrainnlta road, w itli :\ gctitcc 1 residont'c, containing nine roon witli suilnhlr oilicrs, n /-ood cfll.ir anil kiiche.n df.tached, coac hon?L'ii, st.ililirni, iii:j!i.»rii s, bliieksmitli's forge, -lairy, anrl sevc otln-r u.st'ful hiiiiiiiiiix'i ; and about TOO acrt*a of wood anil m dim lint1, Hum (..i 'i.s~, iik Imlnifi f^ird n*, orclnrJ, N. jil.intati o( 1 lie t lion 1 st Ivin-I of fruit : also, a. c -ii\oiiiliiI .jtu I jard, « escdlfiil earili, v.i-11 nd.ipti.-d cither (or ljri»:lt^ or t i J i ^ '; t)iL- H i«!mil c.riiciilalcd for cither a wind or water mil!, tn.-iiii.' wells (-!n il « idi uilUt, .1 't -nc q-ii\ri v and a knit J 1 . * n\ person t -!?;?;.'? lusit .for tlii^ vnlcnblc eslato, ffir.' oivo» :i dislillfrv at a v i« I ' 1 ', 1.1 1' ; .iiid .t! o it in pit. liit 'liulf ol ihu t-ijliite 1/1 ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT, JAN. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

,. CRIMINAL COURT, Jan. 12. Owen iM'Nalty was found .guilty ,of stealing money -ut of the till belonging to Hugh Muri*ay» . John -Smith and Janrcs Wrier' t were indicted f^r eloniously e.ntcring the premises of Mr.1' Robert i-ooper, -anu stealing tnererrom two pieces -or btqw.n cloth, and a remnant of - blue cloth, on' the night- of the 25th of September. ' The jury found* WrighC guilty, and Smith not guilty. ' . ' '^ \ John Murphy was found .guilty of stealing, on Sunday tl-el9th of .September, , one gold watch', value .£'30, one 50 'dollar note, 10 'dollars in .silver; : and Various articles of wearing apparel, out of a dwelling house in Macquarie place. Samuel Lyons, a dealer in Pitt-street, received in formation on the'afternoon of the 19th of September, that the prisoner was displaying a ,50 dollar note in. a house adjoining ; saw him coming out of the house with a bundle under his arm, gave imniecHa e infor mation to Mr. Dunn, chief constable, and had him taken into custody ; ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

'A' very common 'mode of .punishing broaciies of thft Colonial ''Regulations' 'Tis by the'iriflictip-n'of.''hn;es:;',',r!la many districts these' 'fines, it is Svell'lfnojvn^ 'abionnt aiYnual.ly' to' a very cbnsidcraTjteVsu^ ?themselves go a long- r-vay towards defraying the ex 'pense'of the local- police. TKis'(sy,st'6ml'iias W'&any ? years past been in active 'operation ; and we have as yet never seen '-'.any published. accqunt;^'f1,'th!ese''finesi ii'or heard of any purpose to \yhiclijtheyhave been applied. ?W^cartnotbut cbnsider'it' to be o'ne^offli'e most grievous abuses 'to 'which a'cbmmuhity can '.be subject— that a power 'should' he ' committed 't^ levy!' money on tl^^iepple without annexing- to that '. power, a rigpnius^^ccpun a power! ia ihevitably : pr%nant with abuse; ''It' must end by ct^ 1 genaering'l^ original purity of* the persons iutrusted with it. To [ena.)}i£ariy joo&y of 'inentp' tlraiii moneyrfrotn^tjie 'pockfcts of- others; and to put it into t...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australian. MR. EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

-sTo the Editor \ojf the' Australian. ^V Mr.-jKditor, -;- '''''^f^rf attentive reader otthfe independent Ausira-. [i'an, I perceVyeYliafamp^ uniformly a'diprns its' po%mj«^lie'j'ury:;questibni Tind tiie M'JFustaan 'bubble' stand1 foremost !in'ppiiit of rank. and importance ;;-and;. from a (Jblomsts /letter, pub lished in your^nuini).cr*.of/^the'2^ the jpublic^ wereied'to expect 'an'exp^sitibn'of V^ the. first of 'these very singular ^subj^cts,; and as I tie^ testrfrominy !yery'56ui 'the pybrbca-^g^nd unmanly, spirit, \v1ych iufluence^the. xpnduc.t 'of a little faction ' towartlsi^'c'rV numerous class of ln'dividuals, highly Tespcdf^re* as a^bouy^for' aUtliOscatCAhHiaents'audho- np^b|e pursuits, tvhicii constitute them useful and gaod --? citizens, ? I do most sincerely regret that any circum.' sfanclffcshould have transpired of sufficient moment to iirverSyour- Correspondent from executing the task, heJiStf assigned hinwelf. You cannot but knoir, Miv' Editor, how very beneBcial a li...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australian. SIR [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

JE6 4hc Editor of~th'e . Australian. ..Sin, ..... j .Permit, a plain map, through th'e^ medium of vqiir Valuable Paper, to say a few .words with- reference to uie1 late judicial decision,' 1- oii-tthev:irie'ligHbHtty,: of: hidevant convicts to ^^ b^'cniparn'nclletV ars * jiirdrs 4.'- v ? 1 am not to leani,.tnat pci-spns convicted pjEcertaia. offences, are legally 'bl)jectiona1-ie a.s'^Jiji;6r,s in Eng land.- But, in that country, tliefe is, rio scarcity of* eligible persons ; and no possible ihconvehience can. result. ' ; '; /?? '';'' ';? ''* .; ;*v-?--, '??'?'' ' '?''' '- ?' '.''??)?.;?-.-'?*? A person 't'ranspprfe'd fp^ a^certaih. torm/j 1'^ at.tlje'' expiration of:, that term, restorcd^aii his certijfjeate ex-* presses, to all the rights aiid privelegcs'of it free sub je'et. ; '^f lie be !np*?, ifiicle|r'it}fefs'e ti'rcumstances'.tclfn'i'Gii hs'a Jiiror, .'sWh,7pr^fetft{e'uv rcsVoratipa % 'ntighon~+, deceptive, and: ridiculdus. - .:''.', ' \ .'?; '.-. '.fv. ,-* V ';; 1, ? I- admi...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

TO- THE EDITOR OF- THE AUSTRALIAN .   ? ,x',siKf.......-%\;.. . , ; . v vr..:..-A- ?/- ? ENCLOSED I send copies' of two letters, for inser tion '.'in your; Independent' Paper. '?': One written to Go   vernor .Macquarie before I accepted the office of Colonial Archi tect ; the' other on my acceptance- of that office, as a ground work ic,' feeling it a duty I .owe them,. .as well as niyself,..iroiii civ uini^ances lhat occurred during this administration, as well as that of Governor' Macquarie. . ? - Your obedient Servant, ' -,' ?': ,???'? ^- I... .-'-.:! ?-; . i; ? ;.; '.- ?- ,. . F. H. GREENWAY. To his Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, 'Esq. Governor, &c.&c. ' ; I have sent to your Excellency, according to my promise, niy^ piortToIio.; ,Arr»ong-the designs, there is one for a'tnarlvctlibuije. »nd town liall^whrcliSvoufd answer the purpose required, with 1 little alteration. : ' : ' ? - 'IS*; ? ; ? :: ? : ?? ??-'? ? 1 - /l.will.imnicdiately copy'...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ARM.iKEiu.we uiinKwin now agree wicu us m tne proprictr of :.iipt:inserii'ng her' ^^ poetic effusion., _ ..' ; ? ? r '' . t A'nn : inay rest \ assured we ' haVe gallantry' suflicieatjlo 'oblfg^t her.if bv so'doincwe' did not 'inevitably run'the'risk of offe'ndiii- dur.Keaders. Her rhymes are very ferVid, but they * are 'riot p'oe'try. , . ...-?, ?? . . ..'j ,,- * .,,,.. '. ,, -l- , ' .-.', '.?-,- „ J.usTiTiA'will'besaiified,' we'iibpe, ^vitli'what'we 'have 'said iwj iiis''suiyect.ji. ,, . '.,.:.„..'.' ..; . .'...-,' '!,:.., :. / ;'.'.. , ,i.Vy ,. 'We ' recommend ?pa^irence,, .in;future, / 'to Kitty CuiiRjEifci'v She,'wbui'.p'liave seen ,h'ci-self'in! priiiH, but—— —. ' ' ''/'-**? .AbsfbNiTon'is'cbridemned. ,',.,',.-. .' ; ..'..'? - ''i y^'e li ay e^f roui time ,tp * time ' int eridiid 'to take up ,T u'm n't x do w* J5,i£it*s jhem-i;.''a'n'd'' al'tliougli ' wehave' hofyefdoheib, Vve hav'n iipt. forgotten lit-. ,';,-, T-.--. ?.; --.-ro;'v '??I'-.,/:,' ' . -.- .„ ; O...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

, FASHIONABLE; ASSEMBLY. ' , , Ills proposed to give a ball and supper in the beacon, ou the Sow and Pigs, on the 14-th proximo, in commemoration of the exit off-tlic Commissioner of Inquiry, who touched there on his voyage to England. n N .. The various interests promoted by his impartiality, candor and liberain^in recommending .'trial by : jury.lfr.eeiJ.ontofltradej-jScc. entitle his meiijory, to liiarkcd attention,, _His eminently -success- ful measirrt-s in cutting oil* all intercourse with the; East Indies, have jsnaredeyery, joyely spinster of- Australia.tlie-painfuJ neces sity of pronouncing sentence of uhrequitOd*Iove on^iiiany a sus ceptible iNabob. ' Indeed butifor-thc unwearied. exertions pflMr. Bigge,- supported by his- judiciousV.TcolIedgues^vwarin.^ hearted Indians had- now .been: resorting herciiiihordes,.- CJ.oe.letK!S;j5e4r.c,h ing for .wives ij— ^Grecian villas./orAheir. acepmmpdation, had been rising to interrupt the view in various quarters ;— horsQs.and equipage...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

INDIAN NEWS.' By the Hope we received newspapers from Calcutta   to a late date in Aug. Their contents are not very important, except as to the further defeat of the Bur- mese.                                           Bombay; July 17 :—We believe it is finally ar-       ranged that Mhow and Asseerghur are, in future, to be occupied by Bombay troops, and that in lieu of this addition, our force is to be withdrawn from Sholapore, being relieved there by troops from the Madras esta- blishment. The exchange, it is said, will be made about the end of the year. -Bombay Courier.   CALCUTTA, Aug; - 11. (Ranoo.)— Yesterday ac-     &a...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

The following curious trial: occurred at the Maidstonc assizes* last 'August?beforelMr. Baron: Graham :-t—- i ... . , ...;. ? ,''.?-..,: ; ?iJohn Mumford, was indicted' for; stealing, a trunk containing several articles of weariric apparel, .the.property of Peter Barlow, from the house pi John Keifc. .at ;Ureeruvich. , .... - -, ., . ??i... ., ,, 1 he. prosecutor, Mr. Peter.Barlow,' is/ a., mathematical, teachei aWhe'Gadet School, Woolwich.; .and having, on .the 22d of July, Jasl, returned- after h short absence in 'Lpndon, left his trunk a tlfe^George ' public-house; 'Limekiln-lane, Greenwich, .and told tl/efland lord lie should' send for it* -'?'.Pray, sir/' - said 'the land lord'^' in what name ?' ?? :Now/ Mr:'- Barlow, was too discrcetjto give his.nariie publicly, beforethe several persons in the bar, and replied to -JIr.,'Relfe, ? ?'-'? You' will see my: name- on.- the trunk.' The trunk'did ' in 'fact bear on; its. side, in--jilr.i. Barlow's best Italian hand, the words, Mr. Pe...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

FAREWELL. I gave a last, a mournful kiss— And whisper'd out a faint adieu;     And in that hour of pain and bliss My fond affection fonder grew. And in her look, and in her sigh—     I read what language fails to speak; What only sparkles in the eye;   Or gleams upon the flushing cheek. I only thought of moments past,   Of days, and hours, and minutes flown; And wish'd each breath had been my last— Ere I'd the pang of parting known. I felt the bliss, — and yet the woe — Of passion's unresisting spell, And what my sorrowing soul might know; I only breathed — Farewell, Farewell! POLICE OFFICE, TUESDAY.— Thomas Connor and Eliza Patfield, two individuals who have been some time in custody, were this day fully committed for trial charged with being concerned in the late rob- bery of Mr. Pritchett. Part of the cloth stolen was found on their persons. On Saturday morning last the premises of Mr. Paul were broken ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERNOR'S COURT, JAN. 15. Maughan v. Hathway. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

GOVERNOR'S COURT, Jan. 15.   Maughan v. Hathway. In this Court, in which cases where the damagee laid, do not exceed fifty pounds, a trial of some in- terest to landholders was heard this day. An action, of replevin was brought by the plaintiff against the defendant for having illegally distrained his cattle As the case was stated, and as it appeared in evidence, the defendant, who occupied certain lands at Pros-   pect, known by the name of Mr. Allen's Grant, had given notice to the plaintiff not to suffer his cattle to trespass on these lands of defendant's; notwithstand-   ing this notice, plaintiff's stockman drove the cattle on the lands on the 6th of August last, and refused to remove them, though required by the defendant,   until they had watered them at a pond thereon, al- leging that the land was a common, and that every one had a right to water the, cattle at the pond. Upon, this the defendant, assisted by his son, drove...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN,         I perceive by a statement in your last Paper signed by Mr. Levey, the following extraordinary item !— Commissariat centage two rolls of tobacco! by which   I understand that quantity to be claimed by the Commissariat, and paid by him as a bonding fee on 3 75 rolls. This charge appeared to me so singular, that I immediately referred to the late Governor's order relative to the bonding system, under date Feb. 1811, and find such charges confined to guaging fees on spirits and wine only; tobacco not being even named in the order. This charge, I therefore contend, is im- proper. In fact I consider the late Governor's order on this subject virtually rescinded by Sir Thomas Brisbane's subsequent proclamation, altering the rate of duties on spirits, &c. 'And every public spirited merchant, in the habit of importing exciseable articles, ought, and should in my opinio...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

: ^V-:V- .. ANNQ;.QUINTO. ?*'.^i, . ' QEORGU IV. RE&JS. (No. 3^ ,. ~.\ By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane^K. C. B. \ ' Governor »-f the Colony of New South Wales, - ' ' 'f1 &c» &c. &c. with the advice of the Council; '; ' bt Act to prevent the harbouring of runaway convicts,- and tlic .eWouraging of convicts tippling xSrgambling. . . / . . ;f , ' .[January 19tK,lB%p WHEREAS, the harbouring atiil employing of runaway convicts, gnatly encourage them 'to abscond-' rom their lawful 'services, and misIeiid'lh.ctlioughUess into bad. :ourses of , life, and the liarbourers arid. employers of sucli ;con rfuts frequently become the receivers^ of -stolen goods, 'arid* cou :eal dangerous calenders frimi justice, Nmv, therefore, '-be it, Siiacted, liy His Excellency ihe- Governor of -New South Wales, tritli-tlio advice of the Council, 'That; from and after the firsl :lay of February next, any householder, settler, or other person Hi the Colony of New South Wale...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

SHIP NEWS. On Friday last arrived the ship St Michael, last from New Zealand, with 35 tons of pork. By this conveyance we learn that the cutter Mermaid was safe, and that Mr. Busby was actively employed in endea- vouring to float off the Elizabeth Henrietta, by means of casks.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Australian. SIR [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. Sir,     Feeling a strong desire to ascertain, if possible, the sense of some of the most intelligent settlers, and householders, on the po- licy of excluding the emancipists from the jury box I have to a certain extent accomplished my wishes ; for I find that among the various opinions afloat on this momentous subject, that that   which has obtained the ascendant; in a concurring point of view is diametrically opposed to the principle acted upon as illaudable in all its bearings, clogged with manifest partiality and unfairness, and injurious to the common interests of every branch of the   community. ''Qualified ambitionists,'' as one of your Corres- pondents humorously designates them, may affect to scoff at such information, but I am convinced of its truth, and persuaded likewise that similar sentiments would pervade the minds of these gentlemen also, could they rid themselves, of those preposses...

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