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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

SHIP NEWS.     Yesterday arrived the colonial schooner Governor Sorell, J. H.       Skelton, master, from Port Dalrymple and the Islands, laden with     300 seal, and 300 kangaroo skins. Passenger, George             Woodhouse.— No letters. On Monday arrived in ballast, the schooner Liberty   (Wm Young), from Hobart Town, which she left, 0n the 2nd inst. Passengers, Thomas Mead. She brings   mail. She had previously made a trip from Laun- ceston to Hobart Town, with wheat, hides, seal skins,   and cedar planks.     On Saturday arrived the Australian Company's ship Portland, Captain William Snell, from Leith,     which she left on the 1st of April, she touched at Rio   da Janeiro, sailed thence on the 10th of July, ...

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 — 21 October 1824

To the Editor of the Australian. MR EDITOR,     To you, Sir, whom we hail as the Aurora of intelligence, the   promise of perfect day, there is due some tribute of applause;   and if we may not, Persian like, salaam, and laud the gods, we will nevertheless in plain English, wish you success. The bakers   of this metropolis, as in the great wen antipodean, too often practise imposition on the Public. It is true there is an assize of bread, which for several weeks past, has fixed the loaf at seven- pence farthing, but I, and my neighbours, have not been able to obtain it under tenpence halfpenny. Imagine, Sir, what a serious difference this is to a poor man like myself, with seven small children— Early in the morning, the yonkers stand round, with devouring looks; the loaf is produced, cut up, and disap- pears, as if harlequin were in exhibition. If the loaf continue at this price, I must have a new form of prayer invent...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT.—(OCT. 14) King v. Gillman. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

SUPREME COURT— (Oct 14.)     King v. Gillman. The Chief Justice pronounced his decision on this case yesterday. The rule dismissed, with costs. (We consider this matter of so much consequence, that we   propose furnishing our Readers, next week, with the decision in detail; we would have given it in this day's paper, but five of       our columns are already occupied with law proceedings, besides   we do not wish to withdraw any portion of the attention of our Readers from the full consideration of the report on the jury question.)    

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IMPORTANT DECISION The King v. the Magistrates of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

IMPORTANT DECISION The King v the Magistrates of Sydney. On the motion of the Attorney General, as we stated last week, a rule nisi had been on the 2d inst. granted, calling upon the Magistrates of Sydney to shew cause why a writ of mandamus should not issue directing them to summon juries, as in England, at the ensuing General Sessions, to be holden in November. The case came on to be argued this day. The Solicitor General was retained by the Magistrates. The At-     torney General first addressed the Court. He said he had made this motion merely from the delay which had occurred in the assembling of the Sessions; and not with any view to impute blame to the Magistracy. The delay probably had arisen from the novelty of the institution ; but, to whatever cause it was attributable,   it was injurious to the public interests, and was there- fore incumbent on him, as the guardian of those interests, to see that it was no longer persevered in. The ...

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ENGLISH NEWS.—MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

ENGLISH NEWS.— May 10.       By the deaths of the Bishops of Chichester and   Bath and Wells, much valuable preferment is likely to be at the disposal of the Ministers, exclusive of the two Sees. Dr. Bloomfield is to be raised to the Bishshopric of Chester, the present Bishop of Chester being translated to Bath and Wells. Dr. Carr, Dean of Hereford, is confidently spoken of as the new Bishop of Chichester, in which case the living of Brighton will become vacant. The valuable Rectory of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, in the gift of the King, is also vacated by the death of Bishop Buchner ; while that of Bishopsgate will likewise fall to the Crown, by the promotion of its present Rector, Doctor Bloomfield. The New Judge. — Mr. Littledale was on Friday (April 30th), appointed lo the vacant seat in the King's Bench, in the room of Mr. Justice Best. The Ex-Emperor of Mexico, Iturbide, with his sons, and the Ex-Consul of the Cortes, are shortl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER. CIVIL DEPARTMENT.   Colonel Secretary's Office, 20th Oct. 1824. THE Governor has been pleased to approve of the following Appointments:- In the District of Holsworthy, Michael Aherne, to Constable, vice Ahern, resigned. By His Excellency's Command,     F. GOULBURN, Colonial Secretary.   COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, TO WIT.                     By virtue of a Precept directed to me by Two of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, &c. for the said Ter-   ritory, J. JOHN MACKANESS, Esquire, Sheriff, of New South Wales do hereby proclaim and publish, that the Sessions of the for the District of Sydney, will be held at the Court - JU ^ Sydney, in the said Territory, on the First Day of   i \«- '/xt, at the Hour of Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon ; Justice...

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CURIOUS CASE OF SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

CURIOUS CASE OF SHIPWRECK.                         The brig Amity has brought to Sydney a man of the name of Richard Parsons, who was shipwrecked in Moreton Bay, about two years ago. This man gives a very curious account of his misfortune and adventures. It appears that he was originally a sawyer. He had entered into the Five Island trade. By his earnings he had saved about 50 guineas ; with which he pur-   chased the half of a boat ; three others joining him in the spe- culation. They intended to fetch timber to Sydney. With their first trip commenced their misfortunes. They were blown off the shore by a heavy gale of wind ; and after been driven about, dur-   ing 20 days, during which time one of the three died, at last reached Moreton Bay. When first they fell in with the natives, these were timid, and avoided them. They, howe...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 October 1824

MORETON BAY.   It will be remembered that the brig Amity left this port on the 2d September for the purpose of forming an establishment, under     the command of Lieutenant Miller, 40th Regt. in Moreton Bay,   at which place she arrived on the 12th. It is intended to have fixed on some of the islands near the head of the Bay, but none being found eligible, the site of a new settlement was marked       out on Redcliff Point, near the centre of the Bay ; possessing     sufficient advantages of wood, water, and soil, for the purposes     of the infant establishment. Mr. Oxley, accompanied by Mr. Cunningham, the King's Bo- tanist, and Lieutenant Butler, of the 40th, proceeded to examine     the Brisbane River, discovered by Mr. O. in December last.   At that time it was explored to a distance of between 40 and 50 miles ; and the appe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

' UTOCOmiESPONDEXTS. '.'*-,? In' reply to a Correspondent's letter referring. to the report of King*!1, (j-illman,* we beg to suggest that had', the I-pie been simply discharged i N the costs would have fallen on Mv.'Jahoh-— 'but being discharged 'with costs' Captain Gillinan was saddled with then). ... V.V ?? ' ? ? ? * The Friends of the late General Macquakik, are earnest/// requested to iricct at the lionise oj' ./« rl\. ''? Camjibclly Esq. in Hunter-street, OM'Friday 'the 5th ©/'November, at Twelve o'clock in the forenoon, to consult on suc/i- measures, as may he deemed ex pedient to mark their respect- to a Memory, which will be long cherished in the utmost tenderncsxs of affection and veneration. (Signed) J. T.'Cami'bem.,' Wednesday, Oct. 2/, 1821. D. Wextworth. THE AUSTRALIAN. SYDNEY, OCTOBER '23, 1824. The inhabitants oflhis colony will fecld^ep grief at the infor mation contained in the following ? ? ? . . (Extract of a private Letter, dated July 6.) ' Governor Macquarie is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. ? Commissariat Office, Sydney, 22d Oct. 182-1 ^P^ON.TRACTS.— -Persons, desirous of underta/cin; : ^-J to furnish the Supplies,' at the Stations, and fo the Peribds uftcrmentioned, arc invited to transmi their Proposals, in Writing,, sealed up and addrcsset to the respective Commissariat Officers, in Charge, Oi Tuesday the Fourteenth Dav of December next. Sydney: ^ BREAD. His Majesty's Troops The Gencrul Hospital, and: . The Gaol. ?' „ BEEF. AND MUTTON. His Majesty's Trooj-s The Regimental Hospital, and' The General HospitaL ' ? v , . ;. jkiifK.. . . *- - .'? ' - - ..' ' The General Hospital. ' 'CANDLES;, The Barrack Department. ' PARRAMATTA, nit bad. . His Majesty's Troops ' The Hospital The Female Factory, ahd^ The Gaol. ' ? ?_';?' BEEF AND MUTTON. His Alajesty's Troops The Hospital. ' ' ' MILK AND VEGETABLE!, * The Hospital. ' , ? - - v, . LIVERPOOL. '. ;'.-;.i - BREAD. His Majesty's Troops^ The Hospital, and -'.. .. TJieGoal. . ., \ : \ BEEP AND MUTTON.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

- ' sales by Auction^ t ^ ??? By mr. noBEKi* fcoopEn, On the Premisbsi oh Friday the 5th Day of November next, at * . ' Noori, THAT substantial rfew briclc built DweUirig- House and Premises, situate in Upper Pitt-street, the property of the late William Stone, dceeased, together with all the build ing materials now on the premises. The interior being' in an un finished state, may be completed at. a small expence ; arid from the situation and known 'superiority of 'the workmanship and 'plan, it will be fjund a most desirable purchase for a genteel pri vate residence. UY'MR. KOBJ2RT COOPER, „ ) At the Market-place, Sydney, on Thursday the 4lh of November, MILCH COWS. — Eight, capital- English-bred Milch Cows, in full milk, and perfectly quiet,, from the first Dairy Farm ill the, Colony.-^Tenns, prompt payment.'' ? IJY AlhV TiORD, ' ?*' At his Warenou'se, 3Tiicquarie-place, on .Saturday the. 30 fh Inst. . - at Eleven o'clock precisely, A GENERAL ASSORTxlIENT of GLASS WARE, cIhL window...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

NOTlCE.— Take Notice that Mr. George Williams, of Sydney, intends to apply to the Supreme Court of New         South Wales for Letters of Administration to the Estate and Efffects of James Webb, deceased, formerly of the Lower Branch of the Hawkesbury, but lately of the; North East Arm, Broken Bay. W>C>. Wentworth, Proctor.     B/fAItY.' ANNE Wr-IITPIELD having removed -EL toi tlia'lmiise in George-street, latfly occupied by T. J!;irjrcr, and km-v.ji by 'lie si^n of Ihe Cumbt-rlniid Arms, when: sh«\. iiyt'ends c'lrryinji on a ready mort^y trado; and be^s.to in fovni tln- piihljc, thn.t slie will sell good rum :it l'js. dd. prr gull; besttoa at 6s.'' per lb. sugar at t5d. per lb. tobacco at 5s. (id. 'ET^Nl SALE, at.J^Dis-M-ERTRfc's STORKS, Lon. J2. clou bottled ,Poit/'#iiie, sherry, and old. Madeira. Also, a fow eases .of French 'claret, arid Ratifia de Grenob.'c. _ Mil. Pit.TTCH utt l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial ' Skcbewbt's Office, Oct: 27, 1824 HIS Excellency, the Goveunoh- having Reasoi to suppose that an improper Use has in man} Instances been -made of a . great Proportion of tin Lands '-ranted by him; considers it necessary to.- giv- JVoticc that the Principle Upon which he will here ?Uftcr be governed in the /Extension of Grants is nov under hit Consideration, and will be shortly cdminu ?mcatcd to the Public, when the several Persons whi have already made Application for tins Indulgence ?will recciver Answers to their Memorials. ? By His Excellency's Command, ?^, F. GouLUUitN, Colonial Secretary ' , G^7E'UNMENT NOTICE. : ?? ?' . ? «=3»r — . ' Colonial Seckktary's. Office, Oct. 27, JLS24; *ff-EKSONS, holding Tickets of .Occupation, -arc - J-- Veqiicstcd tobear in Mind,; that such are giver ' expressly for the Purpose of depasturing' Stock ; and that, in the Event of any Timber being gut down, oi removed thsrefrom (except as may be necessary for .the Construc...

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Account of the introduction into France of the Cachemire goats natives of Thibet, by Mr. Ternaux. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

JLccount'of the introduction into France of the Cachcwire goats natives' of Tliibet, by Mr. Te'rnaux. r Tim Gnchenurc shawls, long known in Europe, -were first brousht' into fashion by opulent v, omen, immediately after the expedition iato Egypt. Foreseeing thence that the fashion would nerrnse the demand for them, I endeavoured to imitate them by the Merino wools, but this material to whatever perfection it Blight be brought in the making, not affording results equal to ih'ose which are obtained frcm the down made- use of In the ma nufacture of the valuable Indian tissues, I resolved at any price _ to procure this. wool. As they were ignorant in France even of the name and species of flic animal which supplied 'it, I ordered an aqent i'had in Russia, to make the enquiries necessary. to discover -what it might be, and in consequence he attended the fail ?'at Makariew, a place situated some huudred vcrsls from Moscow, hopih-r'that in this ger.erai rendezvous to all who traffic with A...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

The following most important information has reached us by the ship Mangles :— (Extract of a private letter, June 22, 1824 " I have had two interviews with Mr. Peel. I found him most polite, and the man of business. He has acceded to all my wishes ; and the Act, in which is a clause, restoring the Emancipists to all sub- STANTIAL RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES, not only in New South Wales, but in all His Majesty's Dominions, has passed both Houses, and will receive the Royal As- sent this week ! ! ! "   (This Bill received the Royal Assent on Monday, June 21. — Ed.)   (Further Extract.) " General Macquarie is in Town, and has at length got his pension settled one thousand a year." (Further Extract.) " The ships Competitor, Elizabeth, Recovery, Earl St. Vincent, and Allies, have just arrived in England." (Further Extract.) " The Princess Charlotte, the Mangles, and the Minerva, are   all off together. There are six other ships in the river equipping for ...

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MURDER BY NATIVES OF A SEALING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

MURDER BY NATIVES OF A SEALING PARTY Accounts have reached us of an attack recently made upon a party of sealers in Bass's Straits, by   the natives of Van Diemen's Land, in which attack all the men belonging to the boat, except one, were massacred. It appears that the leader of this party   had, about three years ago, got hold of a native girl with whom he had since cohabited, and that this girl   was with them in the boat. When out sealing one   day they resolved to run ashore and amuse themselves   in the country. When they landed they sent this girl   to a party of natives to endeavour to decoy some   males from their companions. After remaining absent two or three days, she returned, and stated that she expected some of the native girls to join them   shortly. In the night time she contrived to secret a musket, the only one they had. Next morning a band   of blac...

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ENGLISH NEWS (Brought per Mangles, to the early part of July.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

ENGLISH NEWS (Brought per Mangles, to the early part of July.) To the kindness of our friends we are indebted for much of   the news we present to our readers.     Parliament was prorogued by the King in person, June 25     The following is       THE KING'S SPEECH.   "My Lords and Gentlemen,           "I cannot, close this Session of Parliament, without returning       to you my warmest acknowledgments, for the diligence and as- siduitv with which you have applied yourselves to the several objects of public interest that have been submitted to your con-   sideration.   "I deeply regret the painful necessity under which you have   found yourselves, in renewing, for a further period, measures   of extraordinary preca...

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THE DOUBLE DISTILLED; OR PROCESSION EXTRAORDINARY! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

THE DOUBLE DISTILLED ; OR PROCESSION EXTRAORDINARY !       The goods folks of Sydney were entertained on Friday last with a grand and nouvel spectacle. No less a personage than the mighty King of Spirits made his first and triumphant entree into this loyal town.   Music playing — banners flying — lads huzzaing— de- noted the approach of the imposing cavalcade. — Lest "the winds of Heaven" should "visit his face too     roughly" his spirituous majesty was safely enclosed in a royal machine, ycleped a butt; from which he occa- sionally took a hasty glance at the admiring throng. This was the first occasion of his youthful person being shewn to a faithful people. The procession moved   slowly forward from the palace, vulgarly called the   Sydney distillery, in which his august form first saw the light of Heaven. He was accompanied in the parade with all due pomp. Four fine (not cream...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(OCT. 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

MARKET RETURNS.— (Oct. 21.) No. of Bush. sold. £ s. d.         64 - - sold at per Bush. 0 15 0   78 - - - 0 14 0         64 - - - 0 13 0             62 - - - 0 12 6   100 - - - 0 11 0                 20 - - - 0 8 0                 —— ——       388 Average Price of Wheat 0 12 6 Ditto of barley - nominal   Ditto of Maize - 0 5 6 Oats - nominal.     One Purchaser bought the following Quantities : About 48 bushels at 0 15 0 from J. Town 17 0 14 0 J. Birk.   33 0 13 0 T. Saunders &nb...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

SHIP NEWS.       Yesterday arrived the ship Mangles, from England, John Cogill, she sailed from Portsmouth on the 13th of July, with 120 male prisoners. The guard consists of Colonel Thornton, 40th Regt. Lieutenant Dalrymple, Surgeon Jones, and 57 men of the 40th Regiment, lost two men overboard. Surgeon Superinten- dent Dr. Crockett, R. N. The ships Minerva and Princess   Charlotte, with prisoners on board, had left England. The Competitor, with Mr. Justice Field, had safely arrived. Brings a mail. Yesterday also arrived the sloop Lord Liverpool, Mark Tom- kins, from Port Dalrymple, which she left on the 23d instant, her cargo consists of 800 bushels of wheat and sundries; Pas- sengers — Messrs. J. Ferguson, T. Williams, R. Jameson, P. Broadfoot, J. W. Odeland, and three servants.           The following ships were appointed to leave England, as under, for V. D. Land...

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