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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

smr news. . Arrivrtl, on TJi-i-*rfny -*«i'»ing last, Ihe government schooner t rMliuatnr, C'.-» plain Pi'mmjii, t'mni l'orl Mncfpi.trie. . '. Sailed, mi Wedin--dny Insi, fur J-ondou din-cl , wilh a full cn^o af Col.mial pn-dnce, tlu! Mr'ji Kegalia, ' Captain Hurt, i as- » ?i'nger5, Mr. licnjninin Claytt-n, Mr. George We Her, and Mr. R'ch.-u'l Thompson. Yesterday mortiini;,- the ship Boync, Cnptam W. I., lope, for Cnuton, Passengers,. 33o2tor Codtrane, It. N. and M*s. Cochrane, T. G. Pitman, Esq. and Mrs. Pitman.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

. GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 5t) - Colonial. Secrktary's'.O'ffic.e.'Dkc. 22, 1820. HIS EXCELLENCY THIS GOVERNOR HAS been pleased to appoint Frederick Angnr.tus Heiy, Esq.- to ctwiflnct ' the -l'i*i ti-rs of' tlit* ' Pulicw Dt'pnrtinont curing tbe a -.sence of the Principal Superintendent, wlio lias rbtaincd iea.-e in consequence of ill health. J3y his Excellency's Coniiuand, , ' Alex. M'Leav. , tiOVkRNAjEN'T NOTICES. - Colonial. Si cuetarv's Office, Di:c. 22, lS2fii [IIS . B'X'C B L LEN C Y THE GOVERNOR. -*k JL will-hold his annual conference with the Chiefs , and Tribes of the Natives, on Thursday the 2Stli instant, nt the . hour of eleven in the forenoon, at the Market-place in Par rauialta.v Bj' His Excellency's Command, /-? Alex. M'Leay. 'Cor,oNTAL Sequktauy's Ofkioi!, Dec. '21, lS2fi. , . \/\7' ll U a E A S , T IT E R E IS H KASON TO ▼ ▼ believe that several persons who have received authority to select Iniiu', hnvc considered such authority sufficient , ' to warrant tlu-ir taking ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

flOVF.ItNMRNT NOTICES. Colonial* Siicur.TAiiY's Ori'icr:, Dig. 19, 1826* ! SALE OP HEFUSE WOOL. linO RB SOLD^RY AUCTION, AT PAR J[ KAMATTA, on Friday tlie 20th instant at (H'clve oVIock. . 4'- .10,500 l!-s. of Clean' Wool, . .- . , 700 ll-s. of Unwashed ditto, ?fliicli may be inspected on application to Mr. Airrt, iheSnperin (fiulent. at Parraniatta, any time previous to the -sale. P,y Command of his Excellency the Governor. Alex'. M'Leay. / Cor.ONTAi. Ri:cretau'y's Office, Dec. 19/ 18.20* HIS 'EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS been pleased to approve of the following altera tions nml appointments in the Police of tin* Colony : — In tlio town of Sydney— to l)e constables, ,-Pcler Culla rluui from the Oth ulr. ; William Small fronWhe 29thult.;; foil John CiilJc.iYom the 16th inst.,. *? ' j-'j'yi ? ?' ? ^Ol'W^ plU-s-gncd— Michael Do\vni-*&- »'»« tJi«.9thVarL,~.V/,^&^&f I DisinisjseTI— Jolin' lJearce and ThomUS Saliubti-forjglrnn» koime-s^iJ3^»e 15th inst. ' . ' . - :...

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THE LATE SIR JAMES BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

THE LATE SIR JAMES BRISBANE. The funereal obsequies were performed over ??the mortal remains. of this respected and, lamented Officer on Thursday afternoon. Arrangements for forming the nrocession. which was properly deemed necessary on tlie event,1 were commenced as soon as possible after the, mournful tidings were announced. These arrangements were continued unremittingly until the hour appointed for the interment. Early on the Thursday afternoon visible signs of active preparation appeared in many parts of the town ; and, between two and three o'clock Military and Civil Officers began to assemble at and in the vicinity of Govern ment House. Soldiers, sailors, marines, and the peo ple, either to form a part in the procession, or to witness the preparations, continued for two hours to gravitate to one spot; and.it was not till a few 'minutes before five o'clock that all was in readiness. About .that time the order for proceeding to. the Burial Ground' was announced, and the mournfu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

ON SALE AT C. WlLSpiv?S, 21, GrEOItUE- I ._.;..,.:. v ^STREET, Sydnerirr,,.. : . ' .; ' j Hair brooms and., hair- briisjies, . Door locks of sorts, trunk do. I plasterers', ; paint,-, furniture, SliiKgle and b'atlenJ«aii/s,3, 4-, * .scrubbing and shaving. ditto, |-5,' and, six inch'.t, pike ditto. | tooth, nail, cloth, shoe,. arid j' floo|iug bfa'cls aud stuail . I tar ditto. .v-. -?-'?-: ?' - - ..' ; ,.r.tack«--.V-^?-: v-fc—.b.-.?--. '-.'« Sash tools: '??:', :'r:l -, ?? -.. - . - - Small nail-rtjcliroTt^ '??...?? | Camels' hair pencjts ; ,;-.,,, - .Spaii.es and sluiyX-ls... | Basket salt, vinegar, pickles ^and Wot-d and'piikajceii ' * 'ketchup .'?'?'.?;'.'?'. ^ .Swbfcls ' ? ' v * -; .' ' | Pi tch'.'.tar, and rosin ' Razors,' scissnrs, pocket, pen | Chalk and whiting '-.?? .. ; - ,:. and desk knives, v- , . | Black, blue,,, white, red, yellow Sheep shear's,; fire-irons, ,«nd :| and green paints, chrome yel-., . scythe, blades '., ' g low, vcnnilliori, Dutch and Hinges, bolts and. sc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(DEC. 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

SYDNEY JNIAIi.-\KTS.— CDec. 21.) The supply of grain in Blark'otto day was rather consi derable; I tic. whole trade, Uovvever, waa c;«.fined to ni ri vals' by land cairiajip. The- influx of. new, wheat, beinj; rnnvn thnti flip nnntitifv ilnm lndcd. fl reduction Of about Gd. per bushel was submitted to!; this had the effect ot causing an early clearance in the market. Six weeks hence, it is thought, wheat will maiutoin an average of at least Gs. (id. per bushel. In the interior; settlers report thcro has boun a failure in the crops. Maze fully sustained the terms of last week. A few good horses were sold at goo:l prices, .^onte few shoq- were disposed of, anJ fetched good prices..; Cattle were in little demand. ' , * j ? Tiie i-ncominon long draught has caused rt serious draw back on vegetables ; ~the supply of market is 'very incon siderable-, a'nd it is bought up' tlie moment of appearauce, at extravagant prices. ' ' ' 72 '*.' - ? — solrl-at per Bush. ,£0 -t O 301 * ? - - ? . - :J ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Australian. SIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

To the Editor of' The Australian. Srit, I cannot forbear imparting to you the pleasure I felt yester day on .witnessing the assemblage ;bf -the children of the School of Industry Von the occasion of the celebration of its first anni rersarv. This nascent Institution is neculiarlv iiitercstincr. and so much recalls -to mind thc'national schools in Great Britain, that I could almost have imagined that theforiiier was ahranch or counterpart of the latter : the appearance of the, 'children, and the objects of these Institutions, arc so nearly the same. Thegenerous.aim of your' paper has bf:cn invariably the wel fare of the Colony ; and I trust, therefore, that you will oblige roe- so far as to allow this brief notice of . a valuable .and pro mising establishment to find a place in your columns ; a matter in itself, in my estimation, of much importance, for such is the obvious excellence of this institution, even in its present, early stage of existence, thatj am' satisfied it is require...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

NEW ZEALAND SPARS. RA1NE AND RAMSAY HAVE RECEIVED per Faith, and have /or Sale, an excellent assort .mpnt of the above, consisting of Kickers to' masts of 80 feet, ^wiiich'niay he seen at Fowler's Saw Pitts, in Cockle Ba . ''? ':. For particulars as to price, apply at tlieir Counting House, in Bligh- street. ' ' ? .-'? ' ,' '/ rjn H E U ND ERSIGNE D, .IN ORDER TO JL avoid, any misconception that jiiay have arisen in the public mind, relative to an advertisement which ap peared in the last Australian,' is desirous of its being ex pressly understood that the caution contained therein was not intended to apply to any particular individual. J. Moore, Clerk to the Market Sydney, Dec. 26, 1126. ..' WHEAT. Z SETTLERS IN THE DISTRICT OF HUN TER'S River, who mayibe in want of wheat, can be supplied, with any quantity, from a few a bushels to three thousand, and tliose wlio may require above one hundred bush els, will be accommodated wuh six tuonths credit. , ' T. Mudik,, Castle Forbes/ THE A...

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TO CAPT DUNDAS, (H. M. S. Warspite.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

TO CAPT. DUJVDAS, (H. M. S. Wai-spite.) Silt, ' Hugh Crawford, Dec. 26.1826. Allow me to express my grateful acknowledgments, for. tbe : J-rompt assistance aifordeil to my ship this morning, wben iniliug.np'oh llie North Shore of - the Harbour', while in stays, 111 rough a -sudden shift ot wind. The activity displayed by the officers and men of his Majesty's sq^.idron under your iniinedi ?fcie direction, I shall never forget : and I take this opportunity.. «f expressing my obligation to Mr. Park«-r, first Lieutenant of. H. M. Ship Volage, for his exertions on this and on a former occasion. \ I am happy, to say. the ship has sustained no injury' {hut the breakage of two of- the pintles of the rudder) which I attribute to tlie timely aid rendered to her. '.!?', I have the honor to be. Sir, your most faithful servant, . ,. W.LjkNoooN, Lt. R.N. Com.. H. Crawford/ To the Hon. Capt;. Dundas, II. M. S. Warspite. -?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. (Xo. 51.) Colonial Skcbetauv's Office, Dkc. 22, 1326. BIS EXCELLENCY TUB GOVERNOR HAS been pleased to' appoint Frederick Augustus jielv, Esq. to conduct the' duties of the Police Department Jminj? It© absence of the Principal Superintendent, who lias tbtaiiietl leave in consequence of ill health. . By his Excellency's 'Command,.' . ; Ai.ux. M'Leay. '? GOVERNMENT NOTICES. '\. ? Colonial Secketarv's Office, Dec. 19, 1820i'. SALE OF UEFUSE WOOL. ^O BIS SOLD BY AUCTION, AT PAR g. It A MATT A, on Friday the 29 th instant at luclve o'clock. . J0/-00 lbs. of Clean Wool, ' ' 70Q lbs. of Unwashed ditto, ., v :. -. ,h\cii may be. inspected on Application to Mr. Aird, theSnperin-, undent, at Parramatift, any time previous to' the said/ '?' Jiy Cointnand of lii$ Excellency the Governor.. J ? Alex. M'Leay. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 22, 182fi. SIS EXCELLENCY THE G O VERNO R ? will hold his ann'jial conference with the Chiefs mil Tribes of the Natives, on Thursday the 28t...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. ' - (From the Colonial Times of December 8.).     Count De la. Perouse. — On the 8th of January,       1810, I was sent on shore with several other men from the ship Sydney Cove, Captain Charles McLarren, at the South Cape of New Zealand, in order to procure seal skins. After leaving the vessel, I made towards, the shore, and was some distance from it,when it began to blow a gale of wind directly offshore. This forced me to go into a Bay near the Cape, contrary to my wish, as I had passed it be- fore, and saw that it was iron bound, having no -beach. I   proceeded to the north-west end of this bay, to procure the best shelter I could, and found, to my great surprise, an inlet. At the end of the inlet, there was a pebbly beach, where we hauled up our boat for the night. The next morning, one of my men told me he had found a mast, near the beach; I went to look at it, and found it to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Morning Herald, August 11.)     We give to-day (says the Morning Herald) a very in-   terestiug letter from Van Dieimen's Land. If the account be true, and we daresay that it is, Van Diemen's Land ap- pears to be the place for any one possessed of a good con- stitution, who has got a little property, who is fond and capable of work, and who could make himself content to live a secluded country life, of rather a different nature to what he may have been accustomed to in England. De- cent servants, are what in all probability, are most wanted there. Then why should not our Government, instead of hanging decent over-educated people, for forging Bank of England or other bits of paper, banish such people to such a place as Van Diemen's Land, or sell them to the settlers there for five, ten , or fifteen years, as slaves, but at the ex- piration of' their periods of slavery give them grants of land, and a small sum of money to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

TO BE LET OR SOLD, . ALL THOSE y'ALV.A&LE AND EXTENS1VR PREMISES belonging- to Mr. Crawford, si- j suated in DarlingHarbour. The superior advantages whiclulii* j property, possess are too well known to require any 'ciilogituiu j In the icar of the premises there is already a good wharf, nnd j the adjoining vacant ground is well calculated for the erection a ?vareliouscs on a very large scale. - Further particulars may be known by applying la tlie pro prietor ' ? S'TrAYEDFROM MY FARM, AT CAMPBELL TOWN, a lig-ht chesnut Filly, rising- 3 yaars old, with a star on her forehead, switched tail. She-is numbered under the mane, but do not recollect what number. Any person tlirt will bring tlie said Killy to my farni, at Appin, or at Campbe'- town, or at my residence, York-street-, Sydnov, will receive a Reward of Five Spanish Dollars. - . ' ' ? N. B. — The above mentioned Filiy strayed about three wcci» ago. ??'?? ? ?'??''.'??'?.?'? ? -'' ' ;.'-.-;?' ???'_? John Cum^., ADVANCE AUSTR...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Saturday last, the ship Faith, Captain W. S Deloitte, from New Zealand. Lading, spars. . On Monday the ship Phoenix, Captain Anderson, from Dublin 27th Aug. Brings 169 male prisoneis. The guard consists of Lieutenant (Jox, Ensign LJoyfl, x corporal, aim 28 privates of the 3Uth Regiment. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Cook, R* N. Passenger, Rev. Mr. Pdwer, Roman Ca tholic Chaplain. ~ ' , ' Same day Uie ship Woodford, Captain Chapman, from Xondon 5th August; and Derwent 15th instant. Landed main prisoners at Hobart Town. Lading, fi0° sheep, .20 bales wool. Passengers, Colonel Bal four and three chil dren, Adjutant Mercick and Mrs. Merrick, 39tb regt. En sign Berkley, .31 rank and file, Mrs. Chapman, aud Mr. C. Wright Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Dickson, R. N. Thirteen prisoners destined for Norfolk Island.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 December 1826

From a hasty perusal of the English Newspaper! which have come to hand by The Phoenix, we are enabled' to state, first, that public'distreas does not oc cupy so much of public atten tion as it did a month or two previous to the dates of the papers, aiiu ?ccuuuiy, iiiui iiu very -wci^u^jr mjitw ims suMccutu iuj[j place The pecuniary crisis ? appears evidently on the wane, and though' extensive 'pauperism and want of employment for the operatives still .prevail, sales of manufactured goods are on the encrcase, but at- very low prices. These observations com prehend, we may say, the 'atate of England, as to her trading interest. There is a Complete interregnum in regard to politics. The elections had entirely terminated, and of course Parliament, on account of the tinie o/. the year, had .not met. .The great folks were for the most part rusticating and sea-side visiting, and the Newspapers are filled with articles of intelligence of some local interest to be sure, but with .nolhing-«tr...

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To the Editor or the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

To the Editor of the Australian. . Sin, ?'--?,' ^ - If the publication of Newspapers be a criterion ('and, perhnp3, no bad one, of the advance of society,, I could not pasB 6ver,: without making the comparison, the number or Advertisements in a North Wale j Gazette,- as ex liibi'ed againt those of the Sydney Gazette, or of your own excellent Publication. The PaperJ about the-kize; of The Australian, contained ten advertisements; which 'filled .up two columns, and the remainder Consisted of a srrall portion of local news, with amusing extracts from literary produc tions, and copies of London Papers and Gazettes. I am, Sir, your's, &c. Adelos.

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

?To the Editor of the Australian. Sin, Returning borne rather late on Christmas night, from a merry making nt a friend's house,- in Sydney, my attention was called to sounds of music .by the. voices of sundry, nerSoni*,' singing one of Dr. Watt's Hymns. They turned out to be flic waits ; and, as I had ottcxi heard, yet never seen these itinerant' musicians,' I lost no time 5n maKihg up to the spot whence the sounds proceeded, which turned out to be the front of a well fre quented public-house in ? street. 'It'- was between 12 and 1 o'clock; and by the help of two claiionctsj two female voices,' and two bass singers, there was no lack of music. You will be lieve ino, however, in saying that jt «as not exactly tlic music 'of the spheres — not that divine, invisible, ethereal music which we associate-. with- the heavenly announcement, p,f the. birth of Christ. — ' Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will, towards men ' Not at all — they were of earth — earth- ly — the...

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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

To the Editor of The Australian. \Srit; _ . New South Wales, Dec. 20, 1820. With a view of drawing forth' the opinions of people better skilled in the subject than myself, I beg leave to observe that. I am apprehensive anv additional dm von tobacco, under all circumstances, (smuggling, &c. being. so easily managed) 'would not have the desired effect. . I am of opinion that it would tea much better. plan to allowthe. present duty of one shilling per pound to remain ?asit is ; but' prohibit the importation of -.FouniGN 'manu- FAcrun i:i) -Tobacco, the duty, upon the imported leaf to bacco would enable the grower here to compete with the foreign importer, and British subjects in the Colony would then he employed in the manufacturing of the tobacco on the spot. If the settlers were thus protected, so that they might reasonably hope to obtain a fair 'remunerating price for the article, I am certain that abundance of excellent tobacco would be forthwith raised, and any importation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

THE ATJSTgAUAJJ SYDNEY, DECEMBER 30, 1S26.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

/ NOTICE. ; ?' Bank or Australia, T-ec. 28, 1.826. THE CASH OF PICK WILL lil-T CLOSED on Monday and Tuesday, 1st and 2d of .January. Iiills intended fur Discount, to be presented on Wednesday, and answers yivcn tliu aaiui; Hay. ,. Thomas M'Yjtie, . Mnuneing' Director. POIl LONDON DIIU5CT.. , ? ' . rril-IR SHIP WOODlOltD, A, J., COPPERED -**- ,-hkI copper-fas renfri, ffdwnnl Chapman, Esq., Commander, \\i-4 commonue loading iniiui'dialuly: .Having lier -l--,ul wMc'lit mid {jrciti n^rt of l«-r wool engaged, this ship wiJ anil uti ihi- last dny of IVliruary 1827.' ' \ ' Ait early H|ipii-.iiti»n for freight or passage is recommended. Tin* VViKidfnrd lins very elegant nccomniodntions,' and will carry nn experienced Surgeon. — For particulars apply, to , * ' ?? - * GkOkcik B.tmN. FOR Fit RIGHT OR CHARTERi ~. '. THE BRIG APOLLO ^QUITE .NEW), .J.OHjN Laughton, Co in mamlcr,' is now ottered 'for freight or charter, to any port. - ' Application to be made to, . . . - ' - . ? . ? Gconr.K BuNNi....

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