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ENGLISH, &c. NEWS. (From the Morning Chronicle Sept, 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

JEN GLI SIT, &c. NE WS. /From the Mortiin'g Chronicle Sent. 6.} J.RELAKD.— ypRK, Aug. 29.— 1 he appearance of the couhrry in this disfrict has %reatly ;iraproved within .the- past four .or. five days, during which there has, been a good dealof rain, with' inrwrmitrintr (!nu -»Vi!itl-si- . -. ^KrNSALE.— Tliefe is no [iart of this .extensive, i county labouring under ; greater distress than this populous town. A greiu portion of its poor inlmbitrints consists of persons who used to derive subsistehcei and, in some seasons, a comfortable living from fishing ;; but the present season has been extremely u/i productive, :nndv the; hard'y'-race who were thus exclusively.occupied, are now withbut;relief or resource in any other pursuit., .V^e do 'riot underrate the; tiumher of ,th^se men when we set it down at-1000,and we should ratiier leave. the public to judge^than'attempdbtir sejves to describe, what their situation and prospects are at -this moinenr.- — Cork-Paper. '?? -?'?-'!'...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

I We regret most sjn.cerely, ' that' we have .been disappointed in, the exertions of our Reporter,, and that jour: Report of ithe'yery respectable Meeting of ' yesterday should be's.p.meagre^, Temperate: discussion distiricuishedth'e 'whole proceedincs' ; ''and ?per feet'. unanimity prevailed throughout. - , And. the Meeting was notless remarkable for the extr.efneof; decorum displayed, than for the. attendance of all ~:the landholders '(with few. exceptions indeed) of wealth in tho CoJonv.' '.' '' ', ''' ' :: ' English Newspapers have/reached us by th'e'Cumherland ami J.y other conveyances, to a late date. 'England^ Ireland; and Scotland arc again plunged into, deep misery and 'distress.' The trlisans have not been relieved, nor have the. manufacturers and radeis had their hopes of a permanent change for the better ha p icning been realised. The anticipations on 'the ^contrary., of hose who feared that as the autumn approached, the difficulties if the times' woujd ericreas.e, have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

? '-? ?- ON SALK, --: - - ???-? --:' *#.:: l^OR'CASH, AT B. -LISVEY'S, 72, GEOIl^ ^ street, Goo'd' Coco'anut Oil, at 3a. per 'g':illf,; | 'rime Island Pork, a( G«l. per ll-. by the cask;; Tvard, titir .? ramily use, .-at 7|-d. per 1b. by taking 20 Ib. ! ' .''rf Wniite Sugar , . . ? ? A good Chaise . ,,, /; ' . [i'nsirter Chests fine Hyson A Chesimt Horse, six y«rs Tea;; ' '':*:;v' oldj'stands 17^ hands Iju ^Jai Is'. and. Brads ' - '?; ?? -'Snuff 4s. pcrlb. .;.;-* .;^;; Ilingcs, IJolts, & Gale-hooks Paper, per ream 10s. ? ii ? SihaU'Iroji WJre - ;,;- Playing Cards ,, jj Wind5)\y^lp^|foflsi.zes, ,,.; .. ; Large Iron Pots from1 'I2tnu- Paints ;jnd^Cb,lours ''.' :' ''; 40 gallons , .,,-; .-i^-sit'- Shcbtinsrs, Shirtings & Prints IVuckTrowsers, While Slrts Lsidies/W(hite.& Black^Hose -.D.nok, by the piece; Chifs Ditto .Shawls arid Scarfs '?; -,.':'? sissorted .;??? --.,r -'-. \- ' U|S : Slops of airdcscriptipns: , , A few . large black , I^aibs Saltjietre,' Powder...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

SHLP: NEWS. On Tuesday arrived the schobnor Oliviti, Mr. T. Young master.' fi bin Por.t.Daliyrnple tii'e 8th inst. Lading, 1855 bushels of wheat, 249 kangaroo skins, and 10 bales or' wool. Wednesday the ship Cumherluiul, Captain Robt. Carns, rrom ljiuition uie iulu, rinu-riyiuuuin uiu iuui oepieranei, and St. J»!i,o the'.17th: October. ' Lading, sundries.. Pas sengers, Mrs. 'Kiner and- fonr children, Mr. and Mrs. Leth brifige, . Miss Tlirbsbyv M is's Waring, -Mr. ; Jaiiies^Atkiuson, Mr. J. P.-M'Arthur, and 9 steerage passeiig-ers. ~ - Same day sailed the;burc|ue Faith, for NewZealaiid. : The-brig 'A polio . -, will sail to-niorrow for ith'eKperwent. : Also, the Gutter, Governor Arthur, for Port JDalryniplo. .The Shijis Spekeand Wood ford, with the first division of the Buffs, arc expected to sail to-m--rro\v; for Calcutta. ; ? ,.'.,..?; i The Brig Dragon, Capt. Forbes, will sail%to,day or tomorrow, on a speculative voyage. :'?','. '. '-*. . - *..'.'. ' . - »

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES.—No. XI. (From the Morning Chronicle Sept, 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1827

NEW SOUTH WALES.— No. XI. (From the Morning Chronicle Sept. 2.) "Every punishment that falls short of death ought certainly       to be limited. Crimes which merit servitude for that term, must equally merit hanging; and hope ought never be de-   barred from the human breast while life is a tenant there.   I do not mean in this to include the horrible ruffians whose lives have been so unaccountably spared here. No, no; thank God, my head does not actually require shaving yet, though I would not go bail for some that I know; I   mean such as are generally sent out from England. I would divide their time of servitude here; previous to emancipation, into three periods. During the first, to be kept at hard-labour, in irons; during the second, to be     articled out to settlers; and, during the, third, to he in-   dulged with a ticket of leave. The first period should, I t...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 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 Nww- castle, on Tuesday the twentieth 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 Cdnrt.,     Shcnff\ Office, Jan. 17,1 U27. 'Cormcll and others v. Smithcrs, . ' , De INIestre v. ditto l-Md man v. dilfo, L Kirkby i\ ditto, Cooper v. ditto. , All',1!! v. ditto. ON THURSDAY, THE FIRST OP FEBRUARY n--\(, :i£l2 o'clock, the SlicrilF will cause to 'C* put up by Aiicliim jn Ihe Public Mail.cl-plauc, Sydney,, iln- 'defendant's T'onsc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

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Publication Title: Australian, The
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

?SHIP In'EVVS. Sailed on Saturday last,the government brig Mary Elizabptii, for Port Mactjuarie. - '? ?' ? ?' ' ? '? ' '* .On Sumiay the ship Woodford, Captain Chapman', rfor.Calcut- ta.havinrf oii board nart of the 3d Rect (or Buffs);, uiider the command of ISrevet Lieutenani Colonel Cameron, ' l'assenger, - Mr*, piiajjinan. . .- '?V-'-- '''*?'?'. ?'???'? -'.-'v'-v, '-'' - .Saints dity .the. ship Speke, Captain Harrison,^ for Calcnttai with part of.tliu 3d Regt. Passenger, Mrs.-IIarrisbn. ? , r ' ' * Same day 1 he Colonial euttet Governor Arthur, Captain Has-. sal.forPort Dalrvmple. .;?'-?'' ? ?'?' , .On Monday the brig Dragon, CnptainD. Forbes, on a.specu I'alivc. voynge. ?'',' '.- y ''-:??? '?'?? ?' Yestprdrty the ship Phoenix, Cnptain Anderson, for Bombay. ?? ,S«me diiy the brig Apollo, Captain Laiighion^ foir^the Der ?ivpiiti. ? '-. . '-'?''?'''?.??'' ''??' ?.-''

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LETTER OF EXCUSE FOR NON-ATTENDANCE AT THE MEETING. "Clarendon, January 25, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

LETTER OF EXCUSE FOH NON-ATTENDANCE AT THE MEETING. *' Clarendon, January 25 1827 My Dear Sheriff, I am extremely sorry to say I am unable to attend the Meeting on the 26th (tomorrow) having this week had two attacks of the palpitation, and am now suffering from it. As one of the Requisitions for calling that Meeting, and not being able to be present, I think it proper to state my sentiments on the subjects it is intended to take into consideration at that Meeting.   First — As regards Trial by Jury, both in civil and cri   minal cases, it must be obvious to every one, that a jury of twelve men, accustomed to mercatitile transactions, must be preferable to two Magistrates, whose pursuits   in life might have been very different sitting with the Chief Justice to decide on causes where thousands are at stake, and when they are also the assessors as to the quantum of damages to be awarded; 'Secondly— Trial by Jury is more, congenial to the feel in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

- GOVERNMENT NOTICES^ .;, Colonial Shcketahi's Oa'icc, Jan. 2Q, IS27 HiS £.EXQ fiiLLEXCY TH E GO.VERNQ B HAS been pleased to appoint 'the; follo;ring Magis trates of the T»f ritory ;' viz. ' ' ' ' ' ; ' ' J..T.' Campbell, Esquire. ; % ? * Hehrj'Gilinmti, Esquire,- ? ' '?..'- G. li. Mills, Estjuir*-, , ' ! o rdoeive and report on the application ?- for -f Tickets of L?ave,' by prisoners residing in Sydney and it.s neighbourhood. riie ribove gentleman *wM asxetnMe at ? the house of, J. T, Campbell, Esquire;, the Chairman, in Macquarie-street, on Mun day, ne-t; the fifth day, of February, at,t,en o'clock, wheiisueli applications as may be presented will be taken into ,'conside'nition. ,,'In determining on^theVn the Governor is desirous tlmt the most ample latitudes should be given to the regulations, sothWt tfie jlrisonerswho'haveendenvonred to 'atone for their former offences, may enjoy the full benefit of theirgood conduct, and' that the example tliu'sheld' ontniAy atirpulate otheis ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

?The stkteqr:p\jblic opinion on the' aptitude of the Colony to i change in our. Legislative Institutions can no longer be dis guised. . VThere has been. no.9maU. degree' of flirtation with the people on ihe part of the Government. This'- we have long noticed', and ? longkiiown thht-it'\*as but flirtation. We let things, go bn-c|u'.etly, for. we wcre.SLuite/ensible bow. tbej? would end; and sure enough like a coquette; Who, . though: well- piactiscd, yet is sometimes caught in her own toil? ;' so' the Government havciporte'd with ui, till they th'emselves:.liaVe;g'ot f.urly netted. Thcy'jo^rf'niriinxicty for i^Repreaentativb system ; for taxation by ^epresentationVa'nd . for' Constitutional jeyie3 of public riione-y, so long' as they thought the. fmass. of people were not favorable to a change, aud s» long as. they -thought' they were safe in -amusing the supposed smaller proportion of the Colo nists— they were ..'favourable to : 'tlie ( creation of , a House of Assembly and to Trial...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

Gentlemen who are.desirour of encreming their J/«c{iM shave-now an eligible opportunity of doing so. ? W JVA U L ?RESPECTli'UJ.LY ANNQUNGES.H . ??. that he is authorised to treat for tlie disppsafofW Five Mer.inQ Rams frpni the Flocks of. John M'ArtluirH Esq. Three Hundred Ewes, principally with hiirib ' .'by'liijH above, and Two Hundred Wethers, befng-the property of iM gentlemah leavinsj:the Colony. '*. ' '???. ?', ?????. -; ' ? ,,'yii ;? For further particularsenquire at his residence, Grorgt-'H street, Sydney. . ' , . ' ' ' '^-'H -; ?, ??-. ? ?: ?:;?? ?1,..-:NO!l-U;-K*\ -, r ~~~T~-TB A.PLEDGE TO THE PUI3LTC FOR TWO YEARS. ? r|^H,E .U.NBE ^ALaj^E D HAVIxa CpN$I-J _,-P- PEREI), from the fltiqtuating- price Gf.ffniinsiii|B lhe,.uncertainty.tof its sale in the Sydney 'market, has inducrj H him 'to erect a store 'fit for' the reception '\ot 20;0U0 buslitji, ? The low-price of ivheat'at pfesenfiss'ueir,,it'1thnt cannot |).\vtl«H cultivator of it, and as a. lover to' the lai-tl,\vt;.li...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. No. I [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

NEW SO UTil WALES. -Npyrlv -' Bush-rnnging having become, of late,.so preyB!e,nt,.b6th in New South Wales and Van Dtemen'i'Lan'd,' as- to exr cite .the niost serious' cpi\ccn- ^'Tor Jthe';)(uture we'll^ire of these Colonies, it may not be unacceptable- to take a re view or tiu.1 causes wiucn tifive leii to tne increase ?oiinis very 'alarniin^ offence ; aod Van D«emenTs Ltindi ' haying' sufiereil mohtJVoni ,this pest:, 1 shall, in my. observations,: make reference chiefly to it, as the causes there, have been somevvhru different, aiul confessedly more extensive.-^ 1st. The most proiniueor. cause is to be found in the ex tensive scattering) of tbu flocks and herds over the country, hi '.charge of convict servants, without a single respejctrib'.e iiulividu »'., for a long period, living near enough' to , con- tfoul or check them in their profligate fjropensities. When We see the state -of. lawless outrage and .crime which haa' b^en- entailed upon Ireland by the want of : rtsident pro p...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

. PU,BLI.C MEETING. '. ?It liasbeen suggested to us, that, a9 The Australian, is1 reivd:by» numbers (both in and out of. the Colony).who never seeany pther.Coloiiial Newspaper, it is only just. to- wards them io publish a very correct report of Ux.- iirocce'd mgs nt the Public IVjeetii.g which -was held on I1 rift ay last.' Our'RopO'rter'faile'cl us'irtri Saturday',' btit he Ims'now made ample amends.' The. .Sheriff having opened the business oft he Meeting,' amid considerable cheeriiig, ? -,-. \ Mr. W'entworth addressed the Meeting nearly as follows ? — :' .Gentlemen, in callitjg yoiir attention to the two objects named in the Requisition, you will observe that particular, care has been taken, by the Ucquisilionisls to limit the dis cussion which.might.probabiy.ari.se here this day, to two gicat ends we have in'.vie.w, na.inely, T.rial by/Jury, and Taxation' .by Repre«-entation. ' iii consonance with theie views! do'n'qt feel, niyself justified in travelling beyond tho bounds of 't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 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 tuesday the twentieth day of february next, at which p'.ac^rc-siieotJvi-lv nil perim*! und-r recognisances ty apponj, I'ltlirr to piosctnt« or clciVml, will be n.cjuircd to give tliuir litiftnlr.ncc at ten o'clock in the forenoon.- bubpeenns to be obtained at my office. FREDERICK GARLING.   clerk of the Peace. Sheriff's Office, Jan. 17, 1827. Connell and others v. Smithers, * \'l)e Woilre v. :?' ditto ' ' Pittmnu ,u. ; ditto, jKirk(foy /. .ditto, ' ^ '-5(iop^r v. dit^o. # , e j\l/'.'n - v. ditfo. ON THURSDAY, TJJE PI HST OF FEBRUARY next, nl 12 o'eloclc, rhe SlteiUl' will cause ,to '^^^^^^^^^^'^ft-r^'^^x^'lc ^I(lr!«t-Placft- Sydney, '.'/li£ tftfenffanlYWyii^hndTrcmi^s. *ituate iu CaiitleiesiL'h * 'M*reViJnj«'»i««'«1S1n M- occupation^ the Kev.;Richard'.HiH, - fiAites^Vftf^...

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ACCOUNT OF A TRIP TO HUNTER'S RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 January 1827

kge6UNT OF A: TRIP TO HUNTER'SRlYERr January bei.nff the most disagreeable mmiih in Sydney, when the heat;arid mosquitoos are alike troublesome, the meatfand' water very; b'ad^ and the 'fruits still iiunpe, and it i.«s«*. .thi»' nmiod of the year generally reminding one ot holidnvs and the coiiutry; 1 determined to avail mysolt ot a little leisure, and -as soon as I had seen the: old year 6ut, and the new year in, gaveorders for -«etting. the old port nninteaii ready for fa .start iiM he. Liverpool Packet tor TNew enstle; xt Home-keeping youth have ever, homely wits,, and a little'change, now aud tlien, 'has the happiest.effect. iipun our whole system. I made my corigfi to. the streets of Sydney with the greater pleasure, as every body was talk inVof.-the .sudden death'of the 'chief 'baker, and the newly imported and noisy bell of the Scotch Parson, was tolltng the nows with it* iron tongue, not into tho ears only, but into the heads of all his ??Majesty's liege subjects, half a. mi...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

,. To' tlic~E-lithr of the Australian. Sin,— -The frantic .Jailor;; .Proprietor, and IMiblislier c?f the' dirty and daily rag is getting sick, very sick ; and, finding that lie cannot get on with the clever people, of this Colony, as lie used to do before voii'r arrival, and 'finding alsoT that' the covchimcnt. are at length ashamed of the connexion with him, is at his last shifts, and his Paper is worse than ever ; because foim:-tly his writings only sent us .to sleep',. whereas now they makes one sick. What was then laudanum isnow ipe'encunna, . ' Please to discontinue' thei Gazette' is the unwelcome note now ? and ns the scheme-of a daily paper has failed, nnother scheme is to be tried ; and,, as drowning men catch at straws, the (iazette isnow to be pubfished .tlnee _linics a-week ; viz. every Tuesday, Thursday,- and Saturday.; . But can the .Ethiopian change his skin, or the leopard: his. spots ? . *. . Your's, *' i ' ' ' ' » 'lilUM.

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To the Editor of "The Australian." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

To the Editor of '-The Australian.*: Oil, . ? ,... . ^ Woulilyrin hnve' the goodness to inform your corraspon dent X. W Z. who seems, never to have been lhrther north than Newcusi'le,' 'that it is onstoinafy, in most'- parts -of .Scotland, when anv person dies lenviug J?T- or more to the puor.or having relatives. willing to give thnt sitmfor him, for the parish church bell to toll for an hour on (lie duy of his funeral, both out of respect to his memory, and to incitis otheii to follow his clinriUihlo exnmple. I suspected this was' (ho ense ivhcn the chief baker died' lately; and, on enquiry, I found that' the Scotch ^Kirk bill, who-e iron tongue discourses such sweet music in the ears of your correspondent, was tolled on that, occasion at the particular request of thc,chicf baker's relict, who, I presume, would not hc-itate to j-ay the.costs. v . , X. Y. Z.'s exceitive nervousness does not prognosticate long' fife; if then lie choose to bequeath «£'5 or more to the poor of the Scot...

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NEW SOUTH WALES—No. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

NEW SOUTH WALES.-No. 11.   'The questions of the extension of Juries and a House of representatives to this Colony still continue to form the prominent topics of political discussion here. With respect   to the first, if intended to totally exclude, or universally include, individuals originally prisoners, who have become free by servitude or emancipation, but qualified by proper- ty to become jurors, nothing could be more unjust on the     one hand, or impolitic on the other. A very considerable     portion of those who have emerged from that state now constitute by far the largest portion of the enterprizing and   industrious part of our population ; all the distilleries, breweries, and most of the useful Colonial manufactories   being owned by them-while according to what I have         earned from some of our principal mercha...

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ACCOUNT OF HUNTER'S RIVER. LETTER, II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

ACCOUNT OF HUNTER'S RIVER. Letter, IT. Molly Morgan's is a remarkable stage in the journey up Hunter's River. All the land in the neighbourhood is reserved by Government, for a township, church and school ; but there is no ground adapted for a town within some miles, and there fore, the sooner a site is purchased out of the reach of the flood the better. 'You have got a neat cottage" said I to a man   who was giving me a jug of milk, in a weather boarded hut, about half a mile from the river, in the very place where the town of "Morpeth" is intended to be built. "Pretty well,     sir", he replied; "but if you had stood where you now do, in the     year 18 — you would have been drowned, as the flood came higher than those plates," pointing to a high chimney-piece over the fire! Mr. Close's land is out of the reach of floods, and is more convenient in, every respect, but, particularly, in saving about 20 miles of water c...

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