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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

? QUARTER. SESSIONS. NOTICE IS IJ HUE HY UIVB.W THAT QRNE RAJ, QUARTER SESSlONSof (lie PEACE for the Colony -j|° New Sodtli Wnk's, will he' lioldcn atNVw ensile, im Tiu-sclav the tupr-tii'tli'day of February next, at wliich p!.it.(* ii'bpcctivrly nil persons unili'r rocoyni/iiHces to uppciit, t-ilher lei pinsccule or defend, will be icquircd to give tlioir jitlcncluiKe tit ten o'clock in llie forenoon, bubpoinasj to be oblaini'd at my ollicv. ? , - ' ' ' '? Fiieoerick Oarltno, _J ? ? ? -,Clerk of tlic Peace. . ' t . NOTICE. Police Oimmce,*Syi»ney,^vLvx. 4, 1827. FOUND IN- T 1115 PpSSESSFON OP SOJHE susprutcd individuals,- n hay- Mure', .about \'6\ linmls higli, hns a s-tJir on the forehead, -\.l»t Lo streak' down'thc ttost', a hunt on I Ik* 'off ii/lf nnd'hclly, wliite on'lhc. near fore fool, ami «tr liincl foot,*, four ^ cars old, and splintered 'on the near loie h'g '- „ *' s - , t;. Any person chiming the same, is required to ninkc immediate, application at this r-ilicv. - ?*-*»/...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of The Australian. Pitt-town, Jan. 13th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

To Ihc Editor* of ' The Australian. ? ''.'?'' Pitt-tnwsi, .'an. V6\\\, 1827. Jn'oimrnlis tin m Mijuuiitiiaj, . 'onsultu?, erro.' , ** ?''i- U1L ''''' '' iiicojojiry wa.-etip, w/.-ile In* -IotiIjlSillt»'.V entity, snv«- ' bcneatti'ihu furm and jiVL-s-Mtru'-1 of 'Or.— - ? -l-'Ii- ';''' calls. iipwrt Hie^to mllit.-ce an h^laitcu «fic-rvi« he cvrr, directly' \!c''s'r indirectly charci'tl the late. Human Catholic Cli.i ilnin with .iiipinencss, in forwarding the (mil luig ol Hie ( athotic Uiapei, in Ifydi* Park., Whilst- T asMin* |ii;n, Hjnt.l really th- exM . under another shap', limit tlmt which he Itas thought proper to assign nir-, ami am, lujua lidr, an inhabitant of l'ill-tbwu ; I ' lie's t«i call his till t-ii_tiuii t-- Hie paragraph in his paper of the ftth ~i:isfarif, wherein In: anticipates the praise whil.lt will, -mi' -|ii':.slii-?ial-lv '?« ?''-* ''-'?'? -''l some future period'oj' Mio Hrv. Mi' Kiw'er, taking advantage thereby, to convey a direct charge of iunclivity against ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO "SPECTATOR,"—(Impromptu.) "TWO DOZEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

TO "SPECTATOR,"-(Impromptu.)   "TWO DOZEN."   Your verses, most fastidious "SPECTATOR,"   Betray, I ween, less candour than ill nature. If the "young Doctor," in his artless lays, Less poetry than piety displays;   The latter, from the hearts' pure fountain warmer, Justly redeems the absence of the former ! What plea can you allege to excuse your spite ? Each line betrays, "quo animo," you write ;     He, who in others' sight a mote upbraids,   Should draw the beam which his own vision shades ; And should not you, who rhyme nor reason print, Be scourg'd, when at another's lapse you squint ! Your petty censures may a pang impart, For venial faults, to an ingenuous heart ! Yet should that heart the bard's intents acquit, How vain is Satan, painted even by wit ! But when nor sense nor wit adorns the satire,   Be just contempt its meed, as thine, 'SPECTATOR !'   Yet you a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

JAMES MELVILLE, 37, PITT STREET, HAS received ex Magnet a large and various assort- ment of gentlemens', ladies', and childrens' gloves of every de scription. Likewise gentlemens' stocks, braces &c. &c. '? FOR SALE, AT MR. CAMPBELL'S -STORES, BY THE package,the cargo of Green Teas imported per   brig Jane Eliza, at the following low priccs, viz. — Hyson skin, per chest - - £.5. 4- 0 Toukay Hyson, ditto - -; ' - ' 0 10 0 Ditto, half chest - - - . ' . ' 3 5 -0; . Young hyson, per three quarter chest ' . 6 6 0 Ditto. 10 catty box " " 8- ° '° Best hyson, per half chest - - 5 15 0 ' Imperial and gunpowder, 10 catty box 3 0 0. 'Ex John Munro. Best Bohca, per chest - - 3 10 0 Ditto. per half chcst ' , ' ' '1 1* Q, A liberal discount to wholesale purchases.   Campbell's, Wharf. Jan. .15, 1827. ? ' ' ' ' TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS RBWAKIJ. WHEREAS, LATE LAST NIGHT;, OR early this morning, my House was broken into and entered, 'by some person or persons unkn...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.       AT A MEETING OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE       of the HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT                                     SOCIETY,holden at the Court-house, Windsor, on Monday the 8th day of january, 1827, it was :resolved unanimously— that an abstract of the accounts of the society be published for general information, to commence from the date on which they   were last printed, and be continued up to December 31, 1826, and that the same shall be inserted once in 'The Sydney Ga-   zette and New South Wales Daily Advertiser,' and once in   The Australian Newspapers.'   The Treasurer in account with the ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

.SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS. These Sessions commenced yesterday. — The following are the Grand Jurymen who were sworn in and who attended yes- terday:- George Bunn, Esq., Foreman; John Black, G. D.         Brown, S. Bate, J. Connell, — — Cookney, P. Cavenagh, F.   G. Foxall, J. Dickson, R. D. Cuninhaine, J S. Harison, J. S. Jackson, Esquires. Twenty-two bills were presented— only         three of which were ignored.             William Mooney was charged with stealing a silver   watch, the property of his employer, Mr. B. Francis.—     Not Guilty.   Rebecca Bradley was found Guilty of robbing her mis-     tress while in Service. Six months to Penitentiary. Sarah Woodward, for stealing a silver spoon, the property &...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 January 1827

We have a. rare piece' of news to communicate to our 'Readers in to%vn, to our Readers up-country, and particularly to all now settlers, who arc *raost imme diately concerned. All are equally deeply interested, but the settlers will feel it moro forcibly;' it will come more home to their bosoms, because it now af fects their business. Our news is about tlie Corpora tion. The Corporation— the g it eat CoiiPon^xiON — the Church and School Land Corporation. They are not only -hard up, but .'.'*.' but . .they are done up, quite done tip ! Netr.'i'ibllan.d to a cassock — the news is true! Their dusolution aye— rr-their dis solution — -their disfrnncbiscment is at hand. They .will — tin.'}' must £as we hear, and we conunonlv hear 1 ► tiling's with passing-, if not surpassing- anr.uracy)|H disbanded! They have forfeited their charier,-. |JB are no long-er a body corporate ; tlfeir lands reveri^R the crown i; their one-seventh of terra Jirmri, has 'iligH 'through their lingers ;? their ' on...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

Jo. the Jluitor oj Ike Aunt) anuii. SIR,., 1 1 1 On my return to SydnC3* in the brig Governor Macquarie from Newcastle, a day or two ago, the Monitor newspaper of the 6th' inst.ibv chance fell into mv hands: and I was not a little surprised when 1 read the 'paragraph headed, ' Interesting to 6hip ovvueis and others ' ' - 1 Having been on board the Macquarie when tlie circumstances 'alluded to, are said to have taken place, I beg-leave, Mr. Edi tor, through the medium of ybiir vvidely circulated Paper, to state thattlie paragraph in' question is replete with falsehood. Take the following facts,, which may be relied on. On our voyage to*. Port Macquarie, to which place we were convening the Commandant (Captain Innes) and a valuable government cargo,1* we were obliged on the 29th of November to put into Port Stephens, to 'repair some damages received in a heavy gale of wind from the north-east, which, liaiing accomplished, we again sailed and arrived at Port Macquarie on the 3d of Dece...

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To the Editor of "The Australian." Romans, Countrymen and Lovers! Hear me for my cause! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

To the Editor of ' Ttic; Australian.' ' Romans, Countrymen and Lovers ! - - Hearineforniifaiue* , Sir, ? independence is me iiiuereni , principle 01 uiiiii^ ui vhatever .nation or clime; it is borrn with him, and declares tself alike m the juvenile age of scholastic discipline — the warm ? .-I..* ..k l«{V*'u murirlinit n.trl'tlin li/u. ru . uncrf? .I'VPIl nflttlA vpr.rr* of eternity. 'Oppression may. blunt tno acumen ot us lnituetice 011 tli»s soul ; but, it will liuve its' flashings' — its sudden mid parti. iJ dLvclupeiuenls — however bowed clo« 11 by a weight of wrongs : — in vain would jou curb its flights, — it mil soar above cver\ 11 mor feeling, and, at the least ei cwragement, burst forth and she«'. itself with redoubled uiiljinney ; — no more the; inttruiitiiiig .ind puny confiscation — Lut the fulL and subtle flinte, — bnaht — potent, nnil irresistible. Under this ,jrnici]-k — the first impression a man lcccncs is, a wish, to myM similar privileges with his fal\p-» ciifcAii...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. (JAN. 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

SYDNEY MARKErr.S (J AN. 18.1 llie wjieat market was' somewhat- brisk in sales to-day; higher prices' from the terms of ' last week weio demanded by settlers, and in many instances realized. About isoo'hu'iliels came to market, of which 1250 was sold. Mnira mm!,;,,.,* ? i. rtaney niHiniains an -Jinproyenient'in: prices ; .anU'oats alsbseeiu to be in request. l Flour is the same as last.wcck'. \ A ? i ' 5i6- - . i - sold at per Bush. JfOr i'5 iG -- ' 104 - - .-'.()- 5||3 .if.- . t so - - -t , ?- - o i r- 4 '''' '-— ) — ' ' ' '' ' .' ° .'O-.°K : ' , , 608 Total sold ' ' -, ' ' '' ''%?'- A vci age Price .of Wheat '- ' ' *'£0 ri 3 k;'V-*- Jlitto of maue ' - - --01 3*0 ' '?h,-.*'--?' . Oats'- - i _ _? -' 0 '- 3 b . Fine Flour 1 5s. Od. stg. per c\\ t. ; seconds do. 13s. Od. i'e'i: do pollard, 2s. Od. ]-er bushel, braii, Is. Cd. ditto. » . Potatoes, 7s. Od. to 14s. Od. per cwt.; fowls, 3s.-4d. to -Is.' Oil per couple. '? , , K . , s, ..(li'f * Ducks'4s. O'l. to 5s. fid.— ;Geese ]2s. OcK to...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HOT DAY. WRITTEN IN A HOT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

A HOT DAY. WRITTEN IN A HOT NIGHT. What a plague's a summer breakfast. Eat whate'er you will !   Bread and butter's a nasty thing ;   Toast is nastier still.           * Then how-to pass the time away **' ' * ?1 ' ' '-?Till dinner— there's .the-; doubt ; v ,S' ; i- ' You're hot if you stay, m.the house, -'\-,-h You're hot if you go -but. : ; ' ; _?', When Sinner conies; Lord hejp lis.all !,. ' ..'; ?SiiclrfryingV sucli'a^stew; ' ' '\j/.j ' ?'----? You're hot if you don't touch a- bit j; 'fe ; , V You're hoUeraffyou do:- ?.-.-;_. : . - ' - : ;. Then after dinner^ what to. do; .;? ' :'?-.-?? ?? No knowing wherd .to -move :.-../ .. ; ? The gcnllciaen'are hot.below, . ?? : - The ladies hot-above. ;i : ? Anrl now the keltic iconics again ; ?'}? : -^ ?? '?-'? That's not the way to cool one: -iK '?' '??' ' .'Tea makes atVeiuply stomach hot. And holler still a full one. -; r ;; -;' ? ' ' :''-'33ut ^th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

\€?OVKRNAinNT NOTICE. ' VH\ . . , . * STREET LAMPS. r^^NiAL.SKCHETARY's Office, Jan. 10, 1S2/.' 1-EKSON.S WlLLfNU TO UNDBRTAIO!, HY -*-, contract for twelve months, to Light about oni* ( hundred Lamps in the Streets of Sy'dney,-are requested to send ?-enled_tciiders, each' to-be marked Tender foi lighting Law}.*,. into tins Office, on Thursday the 25 Ih day ol lliis month, bilorp twelve o'clock. ' - Tim lumps will' be provided by Government, bur the con tractor. will he required to provide oil and '?icks; and to give security, bj two sureties, to the amount of .£100, fur preset v ing the lamps in good condition, and tor keeping tin in lighted ever} mglit from half an hour after sunset till sunrise. Jly Cominand of hib Excellency, the Governor, ,'j!,V » PUBLIC MBETlNd.*- *-' .« * i4 ,. '— i t ',-».- n Sidney, JVx. -16, 18271/1 jK. ». 'Sm, - i . _ j i t .i x «?'. -' ? W-R, TIIE UNDER SIGN RDi1 REQUEST 'that you will1 be pleasedvto'l'-'oiivVn«; ,d Public Meeting of the Frdt/lnhabUnnt^o...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

To the Editor of The Australian, Sir, - I feel pleasure in acknowledging the promptness of Govern- ment, in attending to my late recommendation, respecting the burning of lime at the Market Wharf, and other places in the neighbourhood. I have therefore no scruple of conscience re- maining as to the application of his Excellency's name to the beautiful sheet of water, formerly known by the name of Cockle Bay. But, why call it Darling Harbour, and not Darling Bay. Port Jackson, or the Harbour of Port Jackson, is the general name for the extensive and magnificent inlet on which our Southern metropolis stands; and under this general designation are comprehended many smaller inlets, extending inland to the right and left from the main Harbour, such as Sydney Cove, Farm Cove, Lane Cove, Watson's Bay, &c. &c. - Now, why should we apply the general designation of the great inlet, to one of its hundred Coves, and thereby introduce confusion into our Colonial Vocabulary, merel...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

A PER SON O^rtli:Sl||iy]\ApiLTTY TO TAKH If tlii! entire/ ina'na'geMiienP'of a, Stoni. urt'oii hinV. ^ ii'lf, aiidkeep a pinin- siVt of books.1 ;(A liberal jsnlary:;,will' be H [?ivt'ii In any coinix-lent parly, \yho must ntcessnrily bear cnn- ? jinoinent. ' ''';.,. ' ' ' '' ' ''' ' '' '': ':'^-^ M Apply at the Oflicu oft; The Australian. ; - '. . ^VH i :/?-: . rSiTlJATIolAv^TKD. .vt .-:. T^ H \ YOUNti 1-KRSON, WHO CAME TO TfJjR H f%-.- Colony' free, ,^s, desirous of fiillilling-. thesitiiiitiuii B of companion or lady's mnid, to one or two Ir.tlius who arc aliifiit H to leave this' Colony lo'go'to llie ltidics, froiu thence to Englajiil B orfroin this Colony to Kiig|and direct. ... , ' , ' B Should tliis advertisement* incol ilus eye (if any Incly wliotn^ B require -such a person, a line 'dirt'cfauMo ??II. L.,nl the Australuu B P'Kce, .will buiuiiiiediately attended. .; .,-?';,. B CAUTIpN TO NKW COftf PAN I ES. ( ^# B O^j a late dccAsiOiy, 'A; PAnt ok ijWr m YEI1S washiroilhy tlic'...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

A Letter, signed by *' twent^young' men of pro perty,' and natives of this Colony, will excite tlie deepest interest and ought to cl.iini most seriotiij at tention . both from thfi'Lnnal Anfhnritins. nncl'Sit: : the Colonial Office in England. There can be no parry ing a letter. of this desciiption, nor will it sit easy upon those who have misapprehended the character of ..' the twenty' and their compeers. It too truly indicates that spirit which asenseof tviong inspires, to be viewed with disregard ; and it may not improperly be taken as the Hrst prognostic of the genius of the Colony and as the harbinger of events which circumstanceb may mature, or 'circumstances may aveit. tThe native youth have been long silent — have long forborne to proclaim their disappointments— hut they have not been the less sensible of the injury 'they have sus tained by being in the general partition of ti-« lands of the Colony almost totally excluded fiom .1 share pjfrthe soil on which they weie born. E...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATKINSON'S NEW SOUTH WALES. (Extracts) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

ATKINSON'S NEW .SOUTH WALES. ' .( Extracts ) ' When Sit Thomas Bnsl ane a^umecl.tlie government of the Colony iii_DeceinbcMy 1 W2 J, hf found the convict ti.ir rncks and (foveininent'ebtKblishmrni!, cr wdetl \miIi men. V Kieat many had het-n retained IrOni ax cot.sitlei.ni,.,,- ,,r ijieir neing pooa .kihourers mui nselui men : whereas! it i-, quite clesirtliat tliey could never he^so usefully disposed of either for the ero*n ir ihe coininunitv, ns by nssiVnin» them -to individuals wjin know lw.w, ro'tnnke n .'mod use .-7' their respective qunlificwtions. Alier-nssionii^ these to tliu persons win. applied f..r them, there -iii! lemanied-ii m-eac many useless charAci,'r», whom no unc-\vmil.- tiike, and Tor whom there was no sonic of profitable employment ? Proposals were therefore publMied, tlmr if any of the lurid - j«nera-were desirous 01 ,hav:iij. their states' cleared, the government would sib til gnnp,s to perform the works at the folliVwiiijr lati-s':'— ? '' '.'?.???' ? ?.,*-. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

QUARTER SESSIONS.   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT GENE- RAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the Colony of New South Wales, will be holden at New- castle, on Thursday the twentieth day of February next, at which   place respectively all persons under recognizances to appear,   either to prosecute or defend, will be required to give their   attendance at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Subpoenas to be   obtained at my office.                   FREDERICK GARLING,           Clerk of the Peace.             Supreme Court.           Sheriff's Office, Jan. 17, 1827.      ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 January 1827

SHIP NEWS.   Arrived yesterday, the ship Bombay, Capt. Samuel Parker, 50 men, from China the 2d of September, Batavia, the 13th of November. Passenger—Mr. Inglis. Lading—1000 bags of   sugar, 100 casks of beef, 2979 chests of hyson skin, 126 chests of Twankay, 244 half chests of Souchong, 10 chests of white sugar, 12 packages of silk, satin and ribbon, and 7 packages of   sundries.             Same day, the Colonial brig Queen Charlotte, from New Zealand.           Sailed, on Wednesday last, H.M. ship Success, Captain Stirling, for the Derwent. Passengers — Mr. C. Frazier, Colo- nial Botanist; and Mr. F. Garling, jun.           Same day, in company with the Success, the Colonial cutter Currency Lass, under the command of a Lieutenant belonging to the Success. &a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JUSTICE AND THE THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

THE JUSTICE AND THE THIEK. One day a justice much cnlnrgM On industry, as he discharg'd A thief from gaol; — ' Go work,' he said, ' Go, urithee learn sonie better trade. ' Or mark my words/ you'll rue it:' ' My trade's as good,' replied the knave, ' As any man need wish to have, ':f ' And if I don't succeed, d'ye, see, ' The fault lies, sir, with you not 'the, 1 ** Yon won't let me pursue it.'

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LINES ON A WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

LINES ON A WINDOW. BY A IiADY. The power of lo»c shall never wound my. heart, TI10' he asiails me with his fiercest dart. ', THE ANSWER. 1 The lady has her resolution spoken, Yetwritet on glass in hopes it may be broken.

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