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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

^ wanted. ' . rrS A PERSON OF RESPECTABILITY TO TAKeH the entire management of a Store upon liiiufl self, and keep a plain set of books. A, liberal salary «ill UH given to any competent party, ' who mu&t necessarily hear cos-H finenicnt. - ' H Apply at the Oflice. of The Australian. H CAUTION TONEWCOMPANIES. I ON A LATE OCCASION, A PAIIt OF SAwB YERS was hired by the Honourable Australian! ^ompany while in my employ, and positively at work i^nijl yard. Now two or three ;days ago, the' same ' '' Hbu'bunible'H Company lias engaged a carpenter,. also in' my employ, (rjoi«H of the best) giving him an Advance. H Now this is to give Notice to the same Honourable ConinnnrH if the Honourable Agents repeat the like conduct, I will pruic-B cute them for so doing. ' ?????? ' ' .'H B. Levly.,' H = n~6tic1£ / '*?? notice is hereby given, that thbg undersig-ned having* rented the Farm known by|g the name of Bowman's Fnrm. and formerly in the occupiiimaj of Mr.. Peisley, south of the toll-...

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 — 24 January 1827

Tu the Editor of ' The Australian.' Sue, . ..*?.'. I am a plain mnn, and have had, what was former! jj^on- sidered in this Colony, a decent education (before the institution of Grammar Schools and Caledonian Academics) th.it is.I w»s taught to read, write, and cast accounts : out, perhaps, iny capacity is as low as that of the ' Monitor-.' for. truly to lite also, very many passages in the Gazutte are as unintel ligible as the ?? Editor' nffums tlicin to be to his Brother Eilitor of the said Monitor. 4 I beg to quote a few sentences fiom the ' MorningfDose' of this day; which I will thank the compounder of the said '? Morning Doe' to analyse and o'zpouui] ; for, aftecvJong and jjrave deliberation, they arc 4t all one to nia aVl-Iigh Dutch.' Or, perhaps, you, Sir, as a jrrtat scholar, will condescend to elucidate them for my edification. J$ps ' In his leading article these unintelligible passagesNopcur ; which, to my ' low capacity 3' appear ' nonsense:'— , 'J.' '* That we were as an...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

To AuyEKTiSEUs. — We beg to remind our Advertising Fr,iends that 'Advertisements appear Jive limes in The Australian for. ike price of three insertions. An Advertisement eight, lines in lihgth i s inserted in fivk succesiiv- numbers for 10s. Gd. ^ffi3£tr'STRAX3AW 1 . -SYDNEY, JANUARY 24, 1S27. ;

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

Supreme Court. „ ??- Shnijr'!. UJficr,Jun. 23, lS'-T. ?r~ ' - - l'ul.'ir. r. Christie. ON WEDNESDAY THE THIRTY-FIRST IK ST. tlits Sheriff will cause to be put up by Auction, at Parr; in -.tla, nt 1 1 o'clock, SO Head of Cattle, chiefly dairy cows and heifers, and one horse, tlie property of the above de fendant, unless this execution he previously satisfied. Conditions will 'be mntU- known at the time of sale. ~ B,vxk oi-' New .South Walks, Jan. 23, li)27. A SPECIAL MEETING OP THE PROPRIE TORS of -Bank Stock ? will take place at tlie ltank ISmldings, on Thursday the *2*2d of February, at 11 o'clock iiirlhe forenoon, to take into consideration the propriety of open ing interest deposit accounts with the public, and other business relalintr thereto ; and at which meeting the attendance of all llic ?Stock Holders is requested. 1 A. K. Mackenzie, Secretary. JiAjycop New South Wales, Jan. 2«'J, 1S27 THE PROPRIETORS OF BANK STOCK ARE requested to take notice that, at ii court of Pro priet...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

To Ike Editor of The Australian. Sir, Yonr contemporary the Gazette, with becoming modesty, has( introduced into his ' daily' labours a letter signed ' A Sub «nriher.' whose laiidatorv effusions of that journal must tend to disgust every/sensible mind ; arid to do little Credit to the man ?who would knowingly allow truth to be no extensively outraged. The Gazette would find it far more conducive to .the pros perity of his journal to curtail that presumptive petulance and low. invective which are its distinguishing features, and as the uni versal concomitants of ignorance despicably contemptible to any one possessing either good sense or refined idia^ ' A Subscriber' has thought fit to dwell on ' comparative merits, in doing which I assure s, on, Mi. Editor, he has secured ithc superlative contempt of your, readers— to mo such -siiact (that is drawing a comparison) appears supererogatory, though one comparison comes within t^epnlc of propriety, fur I certainly heard ' a rough spun «m...

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 — 24 January 1827

To the Editor of 'The Australian.'   Sir,                       I cannot agree, with either of your poetical correspondents in the two last Australians respecting the literary demerit of a small volume of poems lately published by the Scotch parson. Both of these gentlemen (but I have every reason to believe   Mr. Editor, that they both write with the snme pen, for the bitter spirit they manifest, and the classical allusions they abound with, very plainly indicate the same author,) I say both of these gentlemen assume it as a self evident fact, that the little volume lately published under the title of Aurora Aus- tralis, is a work altogether destitute of literary merit. No doubt, it is very easy, and perhaps, very convenient for a critic to assume such a fact, just as easy as it would be for myself to say that the A...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

\ ??'??- FOR LONDON DIRECT. ^' ^ipH'rGQf-l- StJIP' AUSTRALIA, CAPTAIN L WIL'SON, burthen 300 tons, having- great part )( her cargo.' engaged, will Sail for Hie above Port, with early lesp.-.t li. For particular's, apply, to * ' A.-TVSrAmc. Til ISjrKJKS'lL WOOL SHIP. THEGOOT) SfTI P.i THE MARQUIS OF , . HUNTLV, 600 ton burtlien, 'C^plBMAstouicrlu will leave this port- positively on the 1st of February, 1827, F6r London direct, she having the greater part of '10tvS&fi?0 -J.'' Persons, therefore, desirous of shipping produce, ?I^1$ffij'|*!' in-; to. England, will find this a favntn.tb'le opportunity,3' and will make application to the. .commander on board, or at the Counting-house of s . *? Raine & H.UISIY, N. 15. — The Marquis of Huntly has excellent acconinipdii-. --??' for pn*-cnger», and carries n surgeon. ? , I'OR TUB ISLE OF- FRANCE DIRECT. THE, BRIG EARL OP LIVERPOOL, CAPT Ward, burthen 250 tons,' will' sail in all this month, nnd will take any' freight which may...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

GOVERNMENT1 NOTICE. \ STUEJST LAMPS. ?„ CoLoniai, SBcnETAiiV's Office, Jan: UK 1827. »OKliSOi\TS WILLING TO UNDERTAKE, BY ;Rr contract for twelve months,, to Lig-ht about one .nmdrrd Lamps in tliu Streets- of Sydney, are requested to send st-nlrd --.ndfrs, each to be marked Tender Jhr lighting Luivps, into tliis Oflice, on Thursday the SSlIi day of this month, bui'ore twelve o'clock. ' - The Inmps will lie provided ' by Government, but the con tractor will bs required to provide -oil and xicks ; and to give security, by two sureties, to the amount of o£l00, for preserv ing the lamps in good condition, and for keeping th'em lighted every ni^lit fioin hnlf .an hour after sunset till sunrise; Ity Coiumimd of liis Excellency the Governor, Alkx. M'Lea'y. '''T PUBLIC MEETING. ' T 'Sir/ , Sidney, Jax. 16, 1827. We; the undersigned, request tli.ir you ivill he plea&ed to convene it Public. Meeting* of tliu'b'rco Inhabitants of the Colony, for the purpose «'f,ii-yitioning, the King, ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

PRINTING. MR. G. EAGAR,INFORMS THE INHABI- TANTS of the COLONY, that he has entered upon the Premises of Sir J. Jamison, in George-street, situate between The Australian Office and Mr. Paul's House, and intends to carry on every sort of PRINTING BUSINESS. He has all denominations of Type and Or- naments for plain and ornamental work — and is able to un- dertake the Printing of BOOKS— PAMPHLETS— CATA- LOGUES— CIRCULARS— HAND-BILLS, &c &c. Small Orders will be executed within two or three hours notice ; and the charges will be uniformly moderate..   This day is published, in one vol. 8vo, price two dollars, boards, AURORA AUSTRALIA ; OR SPECIMENS of sacred Poetry, for the Colonists of Australia. By John Dunmore Lang. D. D. Minister of the Scots Church. To be sold at the Australian Stationery Warehouse ; at Mr, Roberts', George-street; andMr. Appleton's, Pitt-street. Sydney, 27th Dec. 1826,         &am...

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 — 24 January 1827

ATKINSON'S NEW SOUTH WALES. (Extracts.) In order to understand clearly the expense of labour in New South Wales, and the manner in which it is remune- rated, it is necessary to bear constantly in mind, that it is customary throughout the Colony for the proprietor to supply all persons employed upon his farm, whether free men or convicts, with provisions and all other necessaries. These articles, termed in the Colony 'property', are charged to them at customary prices ; which are very much above the cost of producing them if articles of home growth, or of purchasing them if imported goods. The profit thus laid on is, in most cases, 50, and in many 100 per cent, above the real market value: thus wheat is charged at 10s per bushel and salted pork at 1s. per lb. ; and tea, sugar, and other articles, in the same way. In making a contract with brickmakers, sawyers, fencers, or mechanics of any description, who are free men, it is always usual to stipulate uhai they shall draw the whole of...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

As it is an indisputable fact, that ' ' the Corpo. ration of Church and School Lands' have incurred a forfeiture, many people arc curious to lcnoMr^ in what way their exercise of authority, or more pro perly speaking-, their usurpation of Corporation rights is to be. determined. -As a lessee may remain in a house after his lease is expired,' or a tenant at will* after receiving1 from his landlord due notice to quit,ju- may the Members of the Corporation/continue to dis-; charge the, functions of their body .politic, notwhh-, standing- the-. forfeiture which they have incur'rfel'.' But tlije lessee or the ,ten|nt*at will'simfay be' oustetl'tty a duc^jourse^ of lawTOTd^in^like mariner by, tl,Sl course of law, may the Corporation be restrained by positive prohibition, from, an exercise of their Corpo rate power. ... ? Every landlord we s'upposeknows how to j^efrid of an intruder, and that an Action of Ejectment is the usual and a very simple proceeding. Equally simple is the proceeding...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. PAUL. On Thursday, the 25th inst. at 12 o'clock, in George-street, Sydney, A BAY HACKNEY, RISING 6 YEARS. A Black Saddle Horse, rising 5 years, who   will also become an excellent gig horse.           They are both warranted sound by Lieutenant Stodart, Royal   Staff Corps, who sells them merely because he is on the point of leaving the Colony. ALSO, a light Colonial Gig, with harness complete.     The above may be seen at the military Barracks, Parramatta. Terms—Sterling money, or dollars at 4s. 4d.         At the Market place, on Thursday the first day of February next, at 12 o'clock, THE ESTATE OF DENBIGH, AS FORMERLY. advertised, and which is considered one of the best sheep walks this side of the Nepean.   Approved bills, at three and six months, for one moiety, and &amp...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

ARK1VAL LASL1 NIGHT. At a late hour last night we received by the arrival of the Grenada, news from England, Hobart Town, Calcutta, Singa- pore. We have hastily made such extracts as time allowed. The Almorah business is not decided. Law papers in   she shape of of interrogatories to several parties here, have reached the Colony.       Singapore Chronicles to the middle of September have reached us. They contain intelligence of a formidable in- surrection having broken out at Java. .-f From the Colonial Times Jan. 12.) . Arrived on Monday, last, 'from ^Calcutta, which .place she left the 9th. Sept. the ship .Marquis of Lansdown, Captiiiu N i»yes, '? with mf.rchaiidize. : Pa.ssengei s, Mr. Commissary Goudr.ir, Mrs. .Ritchie, and Mr. Lord (the owner and super cargo,) with Mrs. Lurd and three children. ' v On Tuesday the transport-ship Grenada, Captain Tracy, with 83 female prisoners, and a number of free women and children, sent. 'ou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 January 1827

SHIP NEWS. Yesterday arrived the ship Grenada, Captain Tracy, from England via Hobart Town.                 Arrived oh Saturday last, his Majesty's ship Fly, Captaia   F. A. Welhcnril, from- Western Port.         On Sunday, the barque Lynx, Captain Hedges from the South Sea whale fishery. Lading, ISO tons sperm oil. Sailed on Saturday last, the brig Industry, Captain Ydunii for Port Dalryplo. - .' ? ' b Yesterday ,' the brig LoVd Rodney, Captain White, for Mac quarie Island.          

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO ONLOOKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

TO ONLOOKEllC .'''Quid pro quo' desires to inform ''Onlooker' that his at tempt to identify him .with 'Spectator,' he trays 11 palpabft) errorjthat commits .cither his judgment or his candour. . *? Quid rir'o quo' distincllv disclaims uot uni v such iderititv. but atiknow led«e of' Spectator;' Uie truth of wtnch the Kditorof The Aus-, trtlmh can probably certify. ? Quid pro quo,'' in assigning to the poetry of '♦ Aurora Australis' the grade'of mediocrity, has* certainly dune strict justice; while, in expressing his opinion of the author's piety and goodness of heart, ' Onlooker'1 docs not turely inean to in.siminte that he has exhibited unkintlneis or'i ji- jusMce ; or that lie has deserved to he considpred,. as ' Oh , looker' aftYets to consider him, unfriendly to the '♦ Reverend Poet ; whom -he aimed only, by the measure of impartiality, to ?vindicate frpm unmerited satire. An advocate, like ' On ?looker,' is;really wliat lie would repvfiscnt '' Quid pto quo' to be, ' an en-my i,i...

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 — 27 January 1827

To the Editor of The Australian. Sin, — I- was about to address you on the same subject,' that J am glad to see so well handled m tins day's paper namely, onthe] fulsome daily 'lubqur's Of the Gazette, but sliall content nivself at nresent bv savinff thatvonr Corrp.s. pondent. P— 7U-— CE speaks precisely niy opinion on that; daly nuisance, for which I liercby ofFer.;him my sincere thanks. ' . i ' Yonr's.;&c. ?''A'.Spasciuijfia.., .Tnii. 24. 10Q7.. ,-: ? ? ' '? ' . .':,.;,,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

FHE:AIJSTll£iAS f ?-— m^-~ ^w: ???? '? rv I SYDNEY, .JANUARY' 27, IS27. '-

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(JAN. 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

SYDNEY MA RKETS.— (JANy 250 The Wheat Market was extremely dull in sales this morning. There-were large arrivals of grain, and a tolerable good atten rlanciB of mealmen, but1 notwithstanding, few sales wcro efTe'gted. The Svdnev buyers have. Kenerally' a large -stock' of tfrriin on hand, and do not appear hkclyto submit to the' present prices demanded by' the settlers. Wheat may certainly be considered at his highest for. two months to come, v- Maize is* dearer-iriis week bv 0d» per busliel. .Other. articles realized about the&anme terms a3 Jastqiiotcci. ?- ? .... . . ?' . -' /;, - '? -,.'%'??' .10. — ?-. -; sold at perBusli^^/O- 4, 9 *'io ' - ??-.:'?... - ..?? -- , - - ' , o ;,4 3 '' '52O' - ' - - -- '; ? - '?;? p A 6 ?-.?? 3Q6'-- - .-.?-- ??''- ;J _ o 5 0 ?.,- ? ';;i6-/ .--'?: '., -, ?'??---? . ?'f'.-;'':o;;'ff; 6 412 Total sold .: . : ' : :' !; * ':'V '^ '' ' Average Price of Wheat - '' J£'6 4 S . Ditto of maize - ; ?-? ' -, ' -*', 0 4 O ??-.-. . Barley -? ' - .. ! -i' 0 ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

SALES BY AUCTION. , \ - *?-'.. ., BY Mil. PAWL, r At his Rooms in George-street, on VVcdne«lay next, the 31st instant, at eleven o'clock, the properly of a gentleman lerfving the Colony, ' \ A VARIETY OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ..Crockery. Ware, Kitchen Utensils; u pair of excellent Globes. ALSO, a few barrels of American Vlour, English Prints, . Calico, and a groat variety of oilier Effects. ? ..... SUPERIOR TEAS. ON TUESDAY THE 30TH DAY OF JANU . ARV, at eleven o'clock, will he submitted for Sale by Public Auction, at the Stores of T. G. Pitman, JNo- 10, George-street, the- following description of Teas, being those imported per brig SUN : — . . ' . Green Teas, frnperial, in boxes weighing 131b.' nett, suilakly'adapUd for families.; ? . . : . ?. ? ' . 'Hyson Skin, in chests weighing GiUlb. nett. Duto, in half chests, weighing 3-lJlb. nett. This ten has ihe decided preference to any now in the market. ..-! . '', ? : . - . Black. Teas, ?? ' . Souchong, in chests weigbingsSSlb. riett. D...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

PUBLIC MEETING. This constitutional assembly of the free inhabitants of the Co- lony, was convened by the Sheriff yesterday, pursuant to a re- quisition signed by twenty-four respectable landholders, &c., for the purpose of petitioning the King and two Houses of Par- liament, for Trial by Jury and a House of Assembly. The Sheriff took the Chair at twelve o'clock. His presence was greeted with enthusiasm. Silence being obtained, the Sherriff opened the business of the Meeting, by explaining the objects for which it had been assembled. He hoped that what- ever any Gentleman might have to offer on the business of the day, would be heard by the Meeting with good humour and attention.               Mr. W. C. Wentworth stepped forward, and was received with marked applause.-In framing the Petition which con-   tained the objects of the Requisition, he stated that particular care...

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