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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

In the 'Government Notice' of the 30th tilt.it is announced to the Claimants for Tickets of 'Leave; that those who live in Sydney, and its neighbourhood, will have their^applications fori the indulgence attended 'to, on the fifth instant. It seems to have been thought arUisible not to confine the Government Notice to a simple, announcement of the .arrange ment which hnd been made, but.to connectsomc observations, '?with' it, of an explanatory and hortatory description. Tlie tone of kindness in which these observations are penned, betoken so much condescension and courtesy, that we feel bownd to express our satisfaction at this marked and manifest alteiation for the better at Head -quarters ; and to hail it as a happy prognostic of the decline there of austerity ind starch, and as the rising symptons of a general improvement by the substitution of a few' scruples of conciliation for repulsiveness of demeanor. It is, nevertheless, unfortunate tliat the c.' Government Notice' which has...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

.VAN blEMfiN'S LAND NEWS. CFrom the Colonial Times nf'Jaii. 19.): ;? ;Tbe Van JDierhen's Land Uompiu.y have « purctiasta se verhr hundred slieep from the' settlers^ , 'and ;are.^ab'iut :tp' jPjlrchase nearly, tent hqusand more. ' The ainbunt received , ^ifi'snlaries bv the. officers belonmriU' to the .Ci'inpany.js.i about fiDOl.. per. quarter, which : belli' 'paid, quarterly, is. partly *ent in the ^ Cobny- i So far/^e^bU3til^s%re in some way ben'tfltted by the Go'mpWyr ' ' ?'*. /'':' '&? ??' -M ''-- A strong room, adjbiniifg the ' Corrinritssariat ^^ Office, is - being built entirely of stone. ^Jtis'-'seveml; feet -thick alb round, top and ' bottom *; and is,'; we 'uiiderstand, - it) lie' ready for. the. treasure 'by. liis Majesty 'sjsliip Succes!1^ which is sliortly expected. ' t- '... . . . rf- , ?,',-.!?-....- , ^We are extremely ha'ppy '-.'to fiiitJ,'' tliat^^lt .^^brjTbrb1^ wlio, it was some .time] ago/cbi'jecturuil.j' had been Inur-. dered by the natives, lias-retuc;n...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS.—(FEB, 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. — (Fr,B. 1.) The market this week displayed an abundant variety of wbcar, nnd the transactions 'in the trade we le somew-hnt extensive. Select samples obtained last week's prices, hut ' nVv(-nt tlnllno.ss nrevailcdin the sale of ordinary qualities, a huge sir. p!u« quantity ol which lem.iined oieriiom last week. Pi icos of wlu.it generally sue on the decline. Bar Icy, though not much m request, commanded tatlier higher priec--, 'Maize is also a tuin deaier. Ct-i - - fcoki nt per Bush. «^0 5 S 13y - - - O 5 t» aio -'?? -- . . . - ?- :. - , r - .-)??-; -4, -- 100 ' - - ''??' - - ??? - , - 0 . :$ :G ?504 Total sold Average Price of Wheat - o£'0-,4-f-J Uitto of in.u/e - v - - 0 -t ?-(- Barley -«' - ' ' - - 0' 3 I'D Oats '- - - - - 0 3 6 - FiriP Plotir 16s. Od. stg. per cwt. ; seconds do. 1-is. Od. p»r do. pullard, 2s. Od. per bushel, bran Is. fid ditto. ' to Potatoes, 7°. Od. to 14s. Od. ]ier cwt.; fowls-2s. 3d. to 2s. Od. Ducks 4s. -5d. to 5s. Od.— -GeesciOs.Gd. tolls. ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

- *v. ~ ? '?'..,,' ;?--,' ??*??;? ,-, ~ GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial JiEcnnTARY's Office. Feb.- 2, IS27. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FA&JI- LiES who are iiv \rant of Female Servants, may be supplied from-the prisoners arrived in. the ship Brothers, ? from Cork ; provided they apply,, according to -the esta blished- form, to the Principal Superin'.endent of convicts, before Thursday next, the 8th instant. Printed forms tor this purpose m-iy be obtained, by ap plying at this Office; or, at the Ottice of the Superinten , dent of convicts. v . , .*.',- . By; Command of his Excellency the Governor, Alex.' M'Leay, '? NOTICE. ~~~ Commissariat OrricE, Sydney, Fch. 1, 1827. BILLS OF EXCHANGE. npHE LIMITATION OF BILLS DRAWN IN -* Exchange for British Silver Money, to th«j suiu of One Handled Pounds oaoli, having' been found to be attended*' with much inconvenience; the 'Lords Commissioners, of his Majesty*!* Treasury have in copse.qiipnce« been' pleased to authorize mu to', draw Bills ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. IVcmai Src«ErAinr's Office, Jan. 30, 1827. ] QfiS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOH HAS ? iUS. Ju't'H pleii^cr] to appoint the following Mdgis- | :;acs of the I «rrilorv ; vh. J ? . JI'. CnmpbHlJ, E quire, JFi-jiry CiilmnTi, ICsqmrc, ' ,{£-*-?*. Mills, Csquire, nztcf i* t snd r- port on I lie applicnt'u isfnr 'Tickets of Leave,' - v prtsiiticrs residmt, in S-, dnej' nn-l its neighbourhood. - ^ , 'The ahovo ninftiincn will assemble at the house of J. T. | :niiipbell,E«(\iiin-,th-.'Cl.pirmari, m lYTacrjuarie-slrect, on Mon- ' lav next, llic Imh cla\ of rVbrtiary, at ten o'clock, when such pplications a- imy be jirosiMjtPtl will be taken into «.m«oVr.»lion. lii determining on them the Governor is de1 nous t!i.»t ^he most sniple biitude slioiild he entn to th»* regulations* mi tint the -risoiu rs n Im liim-i'riilenvoured loaUme fiir I heir foimcr otTcm es, I,?, v ei|oy in.- full I-cm-iit of th-..r good conduct, uwt U-at Hie ?iiimpli tlun he!u' out ni/iv stiii.iilat.- othcib to...

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 — 3 February 1827

To t tie Editor of The-Aurtraliur. Srn, - ., ' Sit niihi fas.audita foqui.' ? ?. i ' What I have hc«»rd. permit mo to relate. ' ' Tigellitts, know yourplaco;' On hence, and. whine. among. the school-boy. nice. t T-ntuiot re,si*t the impulse I fce- to cruiniiiuiirale tv.tlie public, thr mph the medium of its oracle, a pcitiim of that pIpiKtirc «l,i. h I rxpenenceri the other day, iipmi hcirinji tlwil it ih the Edi»c»r of the hydnty C;n7.fttc's intention Ui quit the K'tttorial rnpncifv f»r one nsf re cfir»«ctiial to Ins talent. By tliis. I would ti t hnve it tirtd«»rstt5ocj, tuV.», he means to devnty all Ins tui.e to '*«ie t«udMl;U'avncatiim of tiitssminating lh£ word, iti which.ptoui' oi'oiptiticin' he tuarn^i-s t' amuse liinisrlf and a select amhente. . firr nn 'hour or lno '?Tt-ry Sun-'ay mnrniup, ns I am not k\ilTifi-- cmry certified of the tact. .l}nf-irlnnat«l.y l-i» liL*u'd-itnaa!nr\ eiit.iavouri, Umugb euflicicmly ojwrose. ate producti\tc of as little gppri,',ind^Te^ccfptcd..\...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT.—(Yesterday) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

SUPREME COURT ---- (Yesterday)           George Worrol stood capitally indicted for the wilful   murder of Frederick Fisher, on the 17th of January last.   Mr. Daniel Cooper deposed that the prisoner came to him several times, prior to the deceased being found,res-   pecting some papers, which were the title deeds of a farm belonging to Fisher, in the distict of Campbell Town; these papers were in witness's possession and prisoner said if witness would give them up he would satisfy a debt due to witness about £80. Witness pressed him to state what had become of Fisher; but prisoner in an indifferent manner, said he had gone out of the country to avoid, a prosecution for perjury. In another conversation           which witness had with the prisoner, he said that Fisher had given him a power of attorney, to act for him...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

SALES BY AUCTION.                                     BY MR. PAUL,                         On Thursday next, in the Marlet-place, Sydney, at 11 o'clock, TEN COWS AND TEN CALVES, OF A SU-PERIOR BREED. TERMS—Prompt payment in sterling, or dollars at 4s. 4d. CARRINGTON ESTATE, WILL BE SOLD AT   PUBLIC AUCTION, by Mr. Robert Cooper   at his Rooms, in George-street, at 2 o'clock, on the 15th of March next ensuing, by order of the Assignees and Mortgagee, by whom a good and efficient title will be given, together with the Original Grant, and all other papers connected with this va...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1827

SHIP NEWS 3/2/1827 Arrived on Tuesday last the brig Phillip Dundas, J. L. Scarvell, from1 Batavia the 30th of November, and the Derwent the 24th ult. Lading, 655 baps of sugar, 5 cases of sago, 2 bags of bees' wax. 50 peculs of rattans, 24 cases of gin, 200 barrels of flour, 70 ditto pork, 3 casos of silk goods, 27 canis tors of Batavia sugar, 9 cases of merchandize, 2 baies ditto, 100     barrels of beef, and 4- boxes of jewellery. Yesterday the ship Brothers, Captain Motley, from Cork the 3d of Oct. with 160 female prisoners, three having died on the passage. Passengers, four free women, wives of prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Forrester, R.N.     brings ten ton of copper coin for the use of the Colony. The Andromeda was to leave Cork with male prisoners immediately, and the Midas from England with prisoners.

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 — 7 February 1827

To the Editor of ,T/ie Australian r . .Myself and'several1 friends in tlic neighbourhood, who meet :og'etljer generally once ;a week, came to n.- resolution, last Satur layto have nothing more to' do wish 'the dirty ras.'. , ,_ You .may publish this, letter to mark; our contempt for V the. dirty rag ;' and' the satisfaction we all feel in readingyoiir Paper which has done the Colony: so much good. ? % ''''.,' : ...' An Admirer of the Australian.

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 — 7 February 1827

To the Editor of -the Australian. ' .. SiH,-^Sunday last was a day almost without its equal for heat; . ' ' --...??;?? ? ??.- - ??_.'? '^_ ?_?;._. . Stated/ the Thermometer on Sunday the 'it Ji of -Tebruary^ 182^. AtT o'clock v'-:---78 in the shade* ' ' - . 11 ditto . - 90 ditto '? : Half past one , - 112in the shade, but exposed tothevrind Ditto . , ??'-.;(£ lOfir fin Jhe bhade, but not exposed to At 6 o'clock . ., T lot t ? tne current of air. . ;s Atfp'rnin. jpastT - ,79 owing to a Si E. wind having sot in. ' : In, 9orne parts of tlVe to.wn the glass reached .120. 'It has rioibeen so high for cear.15 years... - . YourV, ? ' ?' ' ., Monday Evening. ::.',', V ''' .'-?.' Star Gazer.

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 — 7 February 1827

To the Editor of 'The ?Australian.'' SIB, . :. _. ? ,. ; ? -:._?- ??_-??? ? ? ???? ' '( ;.t, The, vess.el which was lately announced to sail for the Ts^e of France, ha» gone,,it appears, to ' Rio for ?: a cargo of' tobacco. Rum, inconsequence ofthe late high price; has also been written ,ior in vasi quanuues, so we may soon expect to nave mountains of tobacco and rivers of rum in Sydney ; whilst the poor settler, last market day, was obliged to cart his wheat back again: to Par ramatta to feed the pigs, rather than accept ,3s. 9d. per bushel! .. ' ? .- '.' . : ♦??. ?».-,? *-

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

SALES BY AUCTION. ' ,. ? -^-aTgt-TT. ' ? , . \BT MR. is'. LYONS, On Tuesday -tnii Wednesday the IStli and 14th infant, m U - ? . o'clock precisely, at .-No, 51, York-street, Svdney, £? ' nr»HE WHOLE OP MK. COKE'S VALUABLE ,-» STOL'K IN' TRADE,\ consisting of the fol lovdaj- Articles, viz.' ^.J . . '4 4, 9-4, 10-4 linen sheeting, cheese cloths, 6-4 diaper*, tKread cuttun balls, mending cotton, cnficocv T-& and 9-8 shirt inga,. cambrics, book and -mull niuslin.i, figured and flounced Tobefc and dresses, jaconet' muslin, foundation muslin, prints, fur iiilrtres, coloured and glazed cambric for linings, while and co loured fringes, nankeens, jeans,' bed ticks,' cotton velvets, silk Utiibrelifts and parasols, poplins, lustres, black and coloured seiv irtg silks, 6-4. and 7-4 damask sill: shawls, tis3tie scnrfn, plain and figured- silk kerchiefs, satins, crape dresses, floss and fancy trim-, .nings,' braids, flat and rpund, silk and worsted plaids, tapes.and bobbins, thre.id, shoe...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

?-*?. of gratitude for, tho ver^marked.'and liberal encouragemeat jie has met with in the B0()K-ljiNDING 4 BUa,i-,ESS from his friends; ami 'tte ^ Pnbiip ttf'Feceral ' informs them, ho has rerroved from his rcsiHencoin Gtorge SJreet to V-o. 2V, Castlereaghistreetj-neiarlyiopposite Joe Court-house — where he hopes .by strict, assiduity and attwf tion to their Orders, to merit 'a comiti'Maiice o^'that patro nage he has hitherto'experience'di' '''' '' ' '' 7:i' ? -r y SMITH, BOOK-KINDER, COPPER PLATE M'#. P»in,ter, and Engraver, respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that, he has removerl^rom No. SI, Cbs« tlerc^gh-sfrcet, tp No. 7, Underwoods Building's. ?? . :* Accrjunt Books, Port-folios^ Card Cases,' aiid Work Bonesi. made to order. '; ? ? ? ' ?? : .-. ?- ,??? ...:.^ ' . AN; APPRENTICIS WAN'rED. , * . -~ ??-.-'? 't : -WANTED, .-'.--??ts rr-, -?-. vT» A SOBER ACTIVE FEi\IALE SERVANT ;.- ., .„; pne^ of- .industrious; habits, rand-rnotu given tft' change, will find .a comfort...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES.—NO. III [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

r^^'«6^^H^A'L.ES-^N^IX.: ? Thp jnditHtihs ffn^lohgiwished Vprirefbtms with«wlftfcji; GeneiaL^avhng, lias signalised the ; yet iisbr-r ;fl:erioll-o^hi« iuile,.have.1filledieyery vtelHwU.her of tftfavooloWwith^«i& most .auspicious, honea tbrthe-fiitiir*.: ? = r^ShJ,'. L*v..'Uirii._ £o muclrcalcutated.toiacilitate-ahd siihpJ'Ujfeflie'j puhirc'btt Minessv conduce to.the drj ins? upr of manyJJsonrcea *bf dis- content, and. promote theptoapcrity of tlieJcbiony^ip ia «'a-r}-Mn.irtable-jlip»v^uch;ohvioMaj-y:AqWe^^pWieihtot»- sbonld not have been ?ong..Bgb,-!arried.;intqi-ie{rirXit,.imtfrdVe- jaema «o. importHiit in their natur^j itiavft&lji Excfecy should do nothing more, he has a-ready-done.:e»p|i:gli cd e'ra balm him in the grat-tul nieniofy of the colqiilsts: ^ItlstPad ?L .S 'us aliO(Je at Parrum4ttai fiftern.ipng miles' t'rhsn. tue(seat of go vernment, and^ poDtaigyawtV'every Saturday tp labour for a tew hours in signin^ilirTii papers as werfe presented to him, bu Excell...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 7, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S27. A most grievous cause of complaint exists with the merchants here, and at Hobart To\Vn, in regard to the payment of Customs ox ad valorem Duties. Unless the obvious remedy be ' resorted,- to,- this grievance must , contribute most material ly to repress, the .trading-, specu lations',hetween the two Colonies, to tite serious leas of the mercantile body, and to the great inconvenience of the people generally. While an intercourse is kept up between New South Wales and Van Diemen'a Land—- an intercourse unrestrained, either by posi tive enactments, , or an impolitic' use of reasonable laws, the greatest benefit may be derived on all hands, and the interest of the settler 'and the trader alike pronaoted»'-and it certainly does, in no trifling degree concern 'the Authorities' in botlfplaces, to act so as to prevent that intercourse'being1 in any wise res strained, and not to encourage or occasion hindrances which may tend to an intermission of it...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCOUNT OF HUNTER'S RIVER. LETTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

ACCOUNT OP HUNTER'S RIVER, ?Lett En III. (Continued.) The Second Branch appeared to great advantage'bn onr^ re- turn from the first. The dull and awful monotony of the one was succeeded by. the gay gardens and cultivated fields of the other,. and impressed an idea of greater* population and matu rity. Our horses not having arrived as expected,, the journey up ^the country was delayed, and an opportunity occurred of taking a day's coursing after the kangaroo,- : which aboundsi'n the neighbourhond, and also seeing a little more- of' this very desirable part of Hunter's River. . Abundance- nnd. hospitality Certainly belong to the second branch; and the. kind and un ostentatious attentions there . paid us .by the settlers, made it difficult to remember that we were strangers, and has impressed roy mind with 'the most agreeable recollectionB of.theirbeautiful fnrms nnd comfortable homes. Without any .disparagement, however, to the batchelor's cheer, it is incumbent. toTcmarJc the superio...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL CESRETARY'S OFFICE, FEB. 2, 1827.     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FAMI-     LIES who are in want of Female Servants, may   fninpltc) tiom ihppithoiiurs at uved m the ship Brothers, from Cork; provided they apply, according to the esta- fshcd fonn, to tlie*Prinaip»l Stiperin'.eudeu't of convicts, [i'ore Tluu--di\ ncM, tin* 8th instant. printed lomis foi this purpose nm be obtained, by ap yini'UthU Office, or, al the Office of the Supeunten Lutoi' convicts. [ By Coirmiiintl of liis Excellency tho Governor, ALEX McLEAY. 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 tweatietli day oC February inst. at njiicjn tocc respectively nil persons undiT rccognrrancesto appear,' nh«;r to prosecute or ilefend, Will' be 'requirecl to^glW'Tjrt'w rrnrtint.e at...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT.—(Monday) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 February 1827

SUPREME COURT. -- (Monday.) William Ward, Thomas Cook, and James Curry were capi tally indicted, the former as a principal, and the two latter as principals in the second degree, for maliciously firing at Benjamin Ratty, a constable at Parramatta, in June last -- Not Guilty. 'Ghnrlc8.Gilliver.anU James 'tvaif6\iv stb£d indicted aa piinci p-tls. and 'Catherine LowrV; f Jr aiding; »nd! abetting the two' former m a burglary cbiui'uiticd on the- pTtfrniseVbf JWrv Henry Warr, in Sydney, on' the. iStli 'Deceniber'Jldst. ThVpriJouviM were found Guilty. '. v;-' -.'?£'' ''?' s '-?-;-;? ' :.v y. Sijmiiel Pastield was indicted % receiving- stolen property. !' Cn'Umel (Du.«-aii es-3 uleirnned'aj p'ife:|6 of liuen produced* to he the same asA'.olenjfroiiigoverniuent.hbrUaj; in the earlv^art of December last,, his property/* ' ' ic i:f'' ;. ?-; ? '' ';;/'/' l^i-AEL:Cii;»PMAN-jir;piwed -to sfrft-dhin^ the pnaciheVa house mi the i.SOUi jDccemlier, for scjiiie atVjierf Iint-n,' whiclijwaa suptxtf d'...

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 — 10 February 1827

To tho- Militor of the stustralian. '-'With one of whom we have. no ainbilioo.tp be cilliei privately or publicly associated ' Vide Gazelle 20th. Jnmmry, ' A slovenly ill written pap^r» called 'the Australian.' \ride Gazette, (Uh. February. one, ? The above are most noble specimens of ihe ctl'rontcry of that self-extolltir naisauce. /OrnciPiis God ! ! The Editor of_ the Gazette to assert,. that he has no ainbilion — to what? .'Vo^dsio ciitus with the Eilitorof, the ''Australian.' To associate him self — mind' Mr. ISditori— to associate himself with you, ' he has no_ ahibitiou.' Well limy the public feel squeamiuh at such vain-glorious trash, such nims3' ebullitions ot diaappoiutment, evidently the concentrated essence of jealousy. A man pregnant with envy and illnature, void of that pure; principle which dignifies .and renders the actions estimable, will naturally vituperate the.Tiriues and abilities of any one opposed to him, iu proportion to the existing transcendent supe riority....

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