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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 February 1825

: ANNO SEXTO ?? GEORG'III^RSGIS/X^o6:) ? - ..By His'Exccllencv Sir Thomas Brisbane, K.C.B. . * ' .OovjernofV the Colony of New South;W.aIesy .''.' '.'? * 'Sic. ^c.Suc. :\ith .the advice of the Council. , rj TAii Act' to suspend for a liiiii'ted time so much of azi* Act entitled ? ?' An Act tb reguTatc the' Granting of Licences forahe Said of ? Soirifs Ale, Beer, and other Liquors,, in- New Sbdth Wales, niid Van Diemen's, Land respectively/', as requires the Certi ficate therein mentioned to, be signed ,,by. a Minisler.of the ? ClnucU of England.] * ' ; ' \- ,; - :^ [February 15, 1825. ^^TJtfEREAS, by a certairTLaw ;or Ordinance W T -made and passed by His1 Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Council, entitled. 'An Act to; regulate the. Granting of Licences for the Sale Of Spirits, Ale, Beer, aud other. Liquors, in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land respec tivoly ' It is, amongst other things, p'rovidcd-that no Certificate «s therein is mentioned shall be granted befor...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NUG[?]E AUSTRALES. No. I. PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 February 1825

NUGAE AUSTRALES. No. I.         PORT JACKSON. I love to gaze upon thy placid bay, Majestic port ! — Some lonely rock my seat, To watch the blush of morn — inhale the sweet Soft ocean breeze — to mark the parting ray     Of sinking Sol — thy billows count, Now softly moaning on the pebbly shore,       Now swiftly breaking with convulsive roar ;— Or, led by a anxious hope, expectant mount   Yon watch-tower, that o'er hangs thy barrier cliff, And early warning gives of coming skiff, Bearing from distant clime, or parent land, Some welcome pledge of love that changeth not. Fair port ! I will not deprecate my lot, Be it e'en exile on thy beauteous strand. G.        

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTER II. TO MY DEAR DOLLY FREE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 February 1825

LETTER II. TO MY DEAR DOLLY FREELOVE.   My letter received, which I toiled to produce, If conscience my coz in your bosom you've got any, You'll allow that I've made of my time a good use, And compleated my studies already in "Botany?" Well, I vow and protest, 'tis a wondcrful place ;   The goddess of sweets all so love and adore her,       That you need only cast your black eyes in each face,       For proofs of the magical powers of Flora.       Your Kensington gard'ners should come here I vow,       And not of their skill horticult'ral be flaunting ; Our botanical gentry would soon shew them how       To improve, on their old musty method of "planting."       You mayguess my surprise, on my first touching shore, &nbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

To Corresfondem's. — If. -Ti'?na-w .be particulaily , anxious to have his last letter published, we will for the tas-t time oblige him ,in this respect-^ihough -we feel and know that the public arc heartily sick ami tired of the subject. Meanwhile, however,, we recommend him to amend his coinmunipation and to add to the .siv iivnrds -which he has quoted from the -Australian; the 1 emainder of the sentence? as otherwise -his ^ery fair and' candid argument may be too obvious to- the public. The letter of the late' Commander oftlic. Swajlow next week. THE A-USTRaEiaS ; - .* -' ? . ? . \ | SYDNEY; FEBRUA11Y 24, 1S25. . |

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SERIO—COMIC EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

snnfo — coano evext. The'dull monotony of Sydney events. has , been a little broken in 'upon by a comical incident Avhich oc curred lastweek. It is undoubtedly in -the recollection of our Readers, that/Fin: Almo'imiz was chartered by Government, or -by the Commissary, in the early part of September Jast,' to make a voyage to Batavia,-to fetch a cargo of- sundries — consisting of rice, of dol lars, of sugar, of wheat, and of tea,1 to meet and pro-' vide against thejiorrors of an apprehended (by whom we know not) famine. Now, it so hippens, that J3a tavia is in thor,e limits within which the East India Company have and possess the exclusive right of trad ing — more particularly in the article of tea. T,he privelcges of the Company have in some repents been narrowed by recent enactment's. Still, however, they, .are in the full enjoyment of this branch of trade, ah for merly. It also further happens, that although the Al nior.xh, under certain conditions, and Avith a proper license, mig...

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To the Editors of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

To the Editors of the Australian? Sm, : ^ :!Thc illlsuccc^^v^icirii'as-hitliWt^'acooniprtnietl'' the' manufacture of the flax of JVew Zealand inull proba bility has arisen from the ignorance of thoslcnyho have. been employed in it. This flax, Sir, is superior to any, in the' world ; 'and if a successful manufacture could he established, it would be of vast importance to the' ?Mother Country and these Colonies. If sufficient en qpuragcnicnt were oflcrcd I would engage to carry this| desirable object into effect. I doubt npt but you will readily observe the importance of the subject, ,if,yori take? into consideration the Vast quantities of hemp' and. Jlax. .w-hich.. Gjeat- -Britain -imports .from foreign1 countries, nnd the heavy 'imposts which shepays to Russia tfor her hemp. ' All' that is wanting here to render -this a1 valuable article of export,' is a facility of manufacturing it ; and from'my practical. knowledge 'of the .subject, I. have no hesitation in affirming-, that' I cou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW TRADING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

THE NEAV 'TRABINO 'SCHEME. IJie following lucubiauons from the pen of 'a(Correspondcnt who signs bimself Sirius, are in point, and. worthy of perusal : — 'Tlicanainary.of the members of our local Government entering upon Commercial enlcrpise, for the purpose of siiDDlvintr its de pendants Avilh articles of merchandise which arc already 'on the spot in great abundance, has, I believe, occasioned lio'little ad miration among the islanders. The sound wisdom of the measure, and the profound knowledge of political economy displayed in its concoction are by no means to be, doubted, though the con tracted understandings, and hebetated feelings,, of the merchants, land proprietors; and settlers in'general, may not comprehend it in its complete anJ wonderful intent. Tins embryo nation, which, when likened to an infant fostered ,by its mother, doctois opine may become misshapen if left too soon to walk alone, is not the helpless animal we conceive it'-to be. Tn 'reality; the merchants die bec...

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(Extract from the Letter of a Mercantile House at Butuvia, dated 8th December, 1824.) (RECEIVED PER ALMORAH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

{Extract, from the Let ten of a ?Meicintile House at Batuvia, dated 8th December* 1824.) (received .per almorah.) ' uur marioc since tnc commencement ot.'tne pr.e sent yenr has afforded little encouragement for the im portation of European manufactures, in consequence of the exorbitant duties now leviable oiv all woollen and cotton goods not being of the fabric of thcjNcther lands. Whether the new treaty will ameliorate ourqon dition remains to beproved; but should the present vsys: tern be pursued, the most ruinous consequences may' be' expected to this Colony. We are at this moment en gaged in warfare with 'the natives of the Celebes, the Chinese at Sambas ; a§nd within a,fevv days have heard of an insurrection at Palcmbang'. i The Government are Avithput money or resources of any kind ; and the jnost fearful apprehensions are entertaincd ' Wn find by the Almorah, that, a failure of ypur grain crops was expected ; -and the arrival of this ves sel has had the effect of raising1 the...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. sin, ? . , ? As there tfahnot be the slightest doubt of the desire of govern ment to preserve and perpetuate the late admirable improve ments in the town of Sydney, it can only be necessary to call, (i,« ,if'™i;n,, Afili. nrmu-r 'dpnartment to the condition, of the: ttreets,1 and to the nuisances, which, looked at, speak for them-, selves. The mention of nuisanc-r* suggests the propriety, of an-' ,ticipating the hour in which shall be withdrawn that providential . sci cen hitherto protecting us from hydrophobia, and its lion id results. ' He who valueshis dog will notgrudge a chain and col-- ]nr. As attention has be-yi called to the negligence of office (to use the words of our Chief Justice in their mildest sense,)' It 'flatter myself that the foregoing hints will not be received as o'nveying any intentional oflence, but as originating m since-1 .rity. and good will. lam, Sir, your very humble servant, ' - February 14,, 1 825. ? __ . ^ ' Vi-mius.

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. Agreeing entirely with your Correspondent, 'Observatof, j and pursuing the same train of inquiry, I remark, that whilst I' ever entertained the hichest respect for our late worthy Governor,. 3 felt that a charge of remissness did appear to be insinuated by tlia collection of the quit rents in the year 1822, omitting allclue^ ? previous to his accession. . , . ,A's this measure was in operation immediately onliis departure,,. J should hope that the Colonial Treasurer wiil, in a short time,' :hc able to announce the receipt of a considerable sum, ns many: persons, 'it is asserted, have paid what they considered a large( amount. I*am, Sir, your sincere admirer, Sydney, 24th Dec. 1824. ? ' Amphisbeteon.1

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MARKET RETURNS.—(FEB. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— ?Pno. 17.S i\o. of Bush. sold. .' ' ' - -i£'-s. d.' - 4j4 ? ,- ' - - sold -at per Bush. :\-Qi 7,^6, \ ^38 ,' - - - » ',--~£o\ 7 O 135, '' - -. -' -' f.vJe»a?o'^'''6- 6' Ditto of Mafrfe » - ?? O' ti-'Wy* * I ; - - 'Ditto of Bailey - ri 6 ''4 -6 'W* 'f.iT JX *j .Potatoes, 6s. 3d. per cut. , ,« „? . ,, t ,,,i . ,, r, F-mls,-2s. 9d. per couple ,'?'-- - ?WJi;-)Ui' *? v^ ' . lJiUter, Vs. 6d..per Jb. ? '? '?»-!*' i'~i/;h ? .r''f- ^ lZp^a, Ha. Oil. per, dozen.; - ? ,: %- j .,,- ^ (. „ ?1' Chw.se, 1s.(id. pcrJK'' ' -, * ,- .,' ,: ,. *? ' r '- *? ilaftzc'of'-BrMKl— Loaf of 2\hs.— four pence'h'alfp^nriy. )? 'Sitting 'Magistrate — Tub v as Ma'cviii*, Baq. l|Jf?'*

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A BACCHANALIAN ODE. COLONY—JANUARY 26, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

A BACCHANALIAN Of)E, T . . ... .' ' Strike, strike the bold convivial lyre, Let lofty Pecans wake Ihe soul : Let ivy'd bfindseach heart entwine, , ''In' one' harmonious 'whole! Fill, fill. the gobletilngli, ' i. .?'?': The full libation pour! - ? Why should decre'pid care iutrudei * . ' When Bacchus rules tlielio'ur? -*)',- ' ?'ir£j- E'en age resigns his cynic rod, . ^ , And smiling, owns the potent god* '' 'r''' ?'-r'¥ ; ' 'Willi dropping clusters cfowii'd ; ? ,, \ - The jovial hours tliejr pinions hide, . „ ] ^ , And, unregardeJ, svviftly glide,' *'J ' *-'?? °--Wi. When bumpers How' around ! , - r*. ? ' ' . ir. ' ' t- .* l- . Once more; Old Time, roils round tlie dayi r''- ' - ''* When 'Philips, with lys royhig band, ?- 4 3 CliasM the mdVgcnius of our slibre, ' ' / And hail'd tiic wrcmd'riiig strand ,z tlf J' ~^ ; ?Then, infant science, ii» the .Wild, ' '' .... - ll'ais'd Iier'iippvoviii-! form and Liuli'd, ', ' ?A maid ^before, unknown ; ?T.»s,'*t. ' And fix'd, amid encircling vv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

WASTED, A MAN -SERVANT,, as OOOK.-i I Applv to mr. D. Cooper, George-street, Sydney. A I respectable r/'fennco as, to character will be required.' ? .'» , I ~ COLONIAL CHEESE. ' I FOR SALE, at OAvin Mazieke and Co's, -Pitt- I street, a quantitv of a vi;ry superior kind ; it only require'i I lo be lasted to ghiif it that preference its- qunlity so justly I merits. - ' ? ; ? __' ? -__ ? I TT^AVID MAZIERE and Co. have, on SALE a few I SLP ca*.es of capital Washing Soap, on reasonable terms, at I No. 100,' Pitt-street. ? ? . ? , ? ? ? I MAURITIUS SUGAR, by the ton pr-ng, and I excellent PORK, for Sale at David Mazicre and Co. I tilt-street. ' ? - ? ?? ? r I ~~~ : JAMATCA-RTJM. ' _ I TJODBRT cstvni'iittljLi, junior, tSlighstrcet, in- I 1L» forms the Public,, fliut during the ensuing -Veek lie will d^- I liver from the aqnded store, good Jainaica rum, atl^s. pergalloB,; I ~7^ : llEAlT MADEIRA WINE. I 'HTT'OR SALE, at No. 8,'Bligh-stroer, a fewhalf ani I Sr quarter pipes of highly flavoure...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

To -.the Editor of-tke Australian. Although your independent and very useful -journal generally .teems with elaborate disquisition' on various topics of importance! . in the Colon v. there is one -ihiect on which much difference of. .opinion exists, and which appears hitherto nooto nave Decn laKtn. ?into' the judicious calculations of your'Corresponpents. It is, vll.is. ' the share which the fiee men (formerly convicts) may be ifairlv charged with in the present alarming increase of crime — .On this subject I shall, with deference to the judgment of a very| .sensible writer, one of your Correspondents,* offci a few ciir-- -sorv remarks, under a conviction that whatever may in any de-, '-ereV operate as a check to Ihcbanefur progress of vice and im iinorality, claims the special Tegaid of ?? the powers that.be, ^as, .well as that of every well disposed member of the community at . ' Tliat the black catalogue of crime has recently swelled to an lextcnvunknown in any iormer period of c...

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THE ISLE OF FRANCE, OR MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

THE ISLE OF FRANCE, OR MAURITIUS. As the , intercourse betAveen bydney and the .Mau ritius is no'AV likely, to become more frequent and re.' gular; the subjoined details, collected from 'the most! modern authorities,' mav'possess interest at this. time. ? ( Tlie, Isle ' of, France covers a'' surface bf '400,000 acres.; The temperature is_ healthy, and the heat mo derate, ibut the islahdiis subject to hurricanes. Thet soil is in general of-^little depth and full of stone's ; but it produces wlipaft'-ricc, maize, sugarj cofl'ee, cottbn, and bpices. .'V,' „ , ....-, It Avas* ouiglnally discovered by the -Portuguese,, and aftcrward_s occupied. by the Dutch, aa'Iio gave,it the name of Mauritius (after Maurice bf Nassar, Prince of Orange). -The first French 'inhabitants emigrated thither, from, the contiguous island, of Bourbon, in 1720. ' The late Avar placed it in the possession of the' English; who-, ''much* to the mortification, of the French, djd^not cede it, .Ayith Bourbon, - by, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

ANNO SEXTO. CE011GII IK. REGIS. (JVo. ,7.) By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B Govcrnorof the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &-.c. &c. with (he advice of the Council. TAnArt to enlarge the time for the Granting of Licences, in pur suance of an Act entitled ' An Act to regulate the Granting of Licences for the Salt of Spirits, Ale. lieer and other Ii? , nuors, i» New South Wales and Van Diemcn'a Land respec tively.'] ' ' ' , theb' 22- -wTKThEREAS it is necessary to enlacge the time \f\ for the Granting of Licence?, in. pursuance of an Act in such case marie and provided .—Be it therefore enacted, by ' His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, with the ad vice of the Council, That it shall be lawful for the Justices of the ?Pence in Quarter Sessions, or by special appointment assembled, ,,n or before Thursday Ihe third day of March next ensuing, to grant certificates according to the form and effect in the snid Act jiicntioncd, and iii the same...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

It will be seen from thc-report contained in another .part of our columns tha.t the Almorah and her cargo, ?consisting of a government freight, 'supposed to ^ex ,*eed in value. .£40,000* have been, seized, by His ]\Ia jesty's sloop of war, the Slanejvfor an infraction ot the East India Company's Chavtcr. Most people b«lieve that the seizure is 'legal, and consequently 'that the vessel and her cargo'wHl be, condemned. We confess' that this event has not inspired, us any more than the. Cplonists in general with, any thing- like regret. In* our opinion government, on principles of public and general policy, have* up right to' become merchants or traders. ' The mercantile classes a rccogniz'cd class in all civilized countries, and are next in utility to tho producers of commodities themselves. It is by their intervention that the surplus , produce of one country is exchanged for the surplus produce of other coun tries, and thus the .productions -and luxuries of aH are made subservient. ...

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To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

To tlic Editors of the Australian. G»NTLEMEN. !ieT?Hately','Tcspectii')g tlie propriety oruinproptiety 'of thca'trica!' kpresenlatiqns j.and. jillhojigh thqt jdiscussion lins be.cn c'on lucted with temper on both .sides, yet, in my humble opinion, lil?l£jia£b'e'en~'said'«irtliC real'questimi, wluch'Iftake to be this,' ** .WhotheV it w*r-uld be proper or improper to, permit the repre sentation of 'plays, &c. in Sydney ?' I am well aware that then 'always were, and 'perhaps always may 'be, persons who are ene- mies to the stage in any form; but I did not expect in the 19th century, to' read in a public newspaper such weak' arguments as   'tho'se advanced by this enemy, who has at present entered, the lists' against it : they in fact amount to no more than this, ' I have now 'fully shewn, that there are many immoral, immodest, and indecent plays written, and that there are a number of very improper plays performed, — hence it must be 'as clear as the sun &n...

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MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

MELANCHOLY OCCURENCE. It becomes our painful duty this day to record a most melancholy occurrence which took place on Mon- day morning last. Edward Riley, Esq. of the firm of Riley and Walker, merchants of this town, has     for some time past been in a state of great despon- dency, and much confined to his house, with a contin- ued indisposition. On Monday morning the Reverend Richard Hill and another Clergyman, breakfasted with him at his house at Woolloomoolloo, and in the course of the breakfast, and indeed during the whole time that these gentlemen remained, his spirits were ob- served to be unusually depressed, and such was the irregularity of his conduct, that the clergyman who accompanied Mr. Hill, on quitting the house, observed that he thought. Mr. Riley was in a state of mental de- rangement. The event too justly proved the truth of the remark, for shortly after they had taken leave of him, Mr. Riley rang his bell, and inquired of the servant whe...

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 February 1825

. smp j\-E\vs. On Thursday 'last arrived the ship 'Alm'orah, 'Cu'pt* G. H/Boyd, from Ba.tavia'. ' Lading -5^28' liar's? rice,* 288 ditto sugar, 431 ditto wheat, and 300 chests te fbr Government, Passenger, Deputy Assistant Cor iuissary General Clements. — No mail. . *? On Tuesday arrived the ship Asia, T. F. Steal IVIaeter, /from Cork the 29th of October. ' She hi 1 *be.$n off the coast since the. 4th inst. ; 'but was unabl , to make the port on account o£ contrary winds. Stone -ahd 190 male prisoners. Th.e guard consists of Capl : fteariside, Lieut. ? Lc Merchant,, 2 Serjeants, 1 Coi poral, and «S0 Privates of the 57t!i Regiment. Sui gcon Superintendent Dr. Mercer, R. N. ' Only' twi leiteiiwere put into the Post Office, \ Yesterday the brig1 Perseverance, from a sealing ?' .-Voyage. -. ' , ' ' The Asia spoke the Governor Macrjuarie off Hat Hill ' She also spoke the Henry off the Island of St. Paul's 7 ? ; Another ship called the Asia had sailed from Eng - 3and when this shin left C...

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