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To the Editors of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

To Mie -Editors of the Australian. , Sin, In my letter of the9lhinst. I stated thatit was to beapprelicndf i that- the ex-convict viewed a Colonial conviction with apparent unconcern, and became'a, pest to society, by preferring an indo t/iv^f- iinnren s\4* I i (**» i*» tlm tmi rip tr\ n I l4Vi at inliArKiiiD c/trirtf llrflA which afforrfed little 'or no prospect of his ever becoming com fortably ciicumstanced, since government have discontinued Uh; indulgence of lands nnd provisions formerly allowed to liis class to enable fbem to become 'settlers. It will pel haps be urged by some that the settling of ex-convicts, however laudable jenr* ago, ceases to be so now, because 'the lands under tillage furniili sufficient employment for the c\-convict ^labourer ;t to iinh I would briefly observe, that a majority of these unfortunate indi viduals arc in the prime of life, nnd have been nurtured andedi.« cated very- differently from either .'the English or the Irish la bourers, 'therefore t...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN i ' ' ;'? i SYDNEY; MARCH, 3, 1825.- : ) & 1

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

JAMAICA RUM, pOBERT CAMPBELL, junior, Bligh-strcct, in 13% forms the Pullic, that during theensuing week he will dc Uer from the bonded store, good' Jamaica rum, at 12s. per gallon. ? ? *? .J _ .i_ . —^ ? REAL MADEIRA- WINE. , HT'OR SALE, at No. 8, Bligh-straer,1 a few. half and W?» quarter pipes of highly flavoured MADEIRA, wliich\srr lommended as the best Ihat'has yet been imported into the Lo ony'. Price, «£'42 per half pipe, and ^St the. quarter pip?', ^ ' ' HYSON SKIN TEA.' FOR SALE, at No. 8, Bligh-streot, a few chests of very superior hyson skin tea, at a very reduced price. ,'Vs the quantity is small, an enrly application is recommended. Very good Port Wine 'at 5s. per gallon. ' ^^mriT*i . 6TDATJSiT:-r-PrintciUor%iheTroprictors;by-JoaN Oub{tis' }

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS. (FEB. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

MARKET RETURNS* -(FcBi ^4.l)'f' ? .s **1 ' - , l - , sold.atper Bush.^O^i^ S '-'*'/- r Average Price of- Wheat ' f 'O B^IO1 3f. 'feJ» ' ; , DitJo df Maize - -?' -0-7* 3 1, ??--,- ' - Ditto of Barley. ., '- 'o 4 9 t'X ''Pobitoes,*7s: 6d. per cwil ?' *'! H' v' '- ifV'* u\* *?-- Fpwls, 2s.' 9d. per couple^1'! ^ 'i t'f»1 'n~- tV'-i'l] // {-?« ], rBulter, 2s. 6d. per lb.^ - ' *. ?-?.,»,- 'v*- - 7,tit ,.-, ?? Epgs, 2s. Od. per dozen. , , ...$.»;,* Clieese, lsr-Jd/pcrlb. ' * ' -' ' .'' \' ' ' * Ashzc of Bread— Loaf of 2 lbs1.— four penco'lialfr-enr.yl ' ' - i* Sitting Mtt£utiate—WiT.T.i!Ayt'''WY3iivitsi 'Esq.* **?' ' -

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. (EXTRACT OF A LETTER INSERTED IN THE MORNING CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

NEW SOUTH WALES. (EXTRACT OF A LETTER .INSERTED IN THE MORK * ' ING CUROKICLe!) ,In old colonies the Governor has to attend only to ,present wants, but in new ones he acts also for posterity ; roads ami bridges have to be constructed by Iiini, new towns founded, and all the slumbering energies of a new country wakened up. A nod or approbation, from a Ooveruor is often better than one hun dred pounds in a settler's ppeket, from the vigaur and emulation it excites. How beneficial might it not prove to colonies, would our ministers at home retjuire all the Governors to publish an an nual report of the public works and improvements finished or in progress during the preceding twelvemonths ; a list of imports and exports, and shipping for that period ; population returns, and whatever else might be serviceable to show the progress the Colony was making. A generous rivalry might thus be excited among Governors, and the public wouldfrom this be better able to appreciate their various merit...

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 March 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. - Sir. I have read with much pleasure the very just remarks in your paper, on the appointment of military officers to be magistrates. There is no excuse for such persons being put in the commission of the peace. Formerly, when no respectable civilians could be found, it was well enough ; but now there are in both colonies sufficient respectable inhabitants of property and education- qualities highly essential. I also contend that it is highly improper in the executive put ting the civil officers of the colony on the bench. In Hobart Town, with a population of near 3000 souls, among whom are many creditable merchants and others, more than two-thirds of the magistrates are officers of the government, who cannot find time to attend to their magisterial functions if they conduct their respective offices properly. What is the consequence? During   the last sittings of the Supreme Court it was almost at a stand still for assessors; so much so,...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART TOWN GAZETTE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE NEWS. Feb. 18.—A stage waggon has recently been set in   regular motion between Hobart 'Town and Port Dal- rymple; for the safe conveyance of merchandize.   We understabd that proposals will be submitted on the arrival of Sir Thomas Brisbane, for establishing a corps of mounted volunteers, to aid the police in chase of bushrangers, and to be called out on other necessary occasions for public defence. Feb. 11. — Arrived on Wednesday from England,       the ship Henry, Captain Ferrier, with 79 female pri- soners, who have 10 children, and 25 free women,   with 23 children, the latter having been sent out at the expense of Government to join their husbands and relatives in these Colonies. The Surgeon Superinten-   dent is Dr. Carlisle, R. N.— The Henry left the Downs the 12th of October, and on her passage touched at St. Jago.       &...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

SHIP NBWS.f ', On Thursday last anived the' 'ship', Admiral Coclc )urnV Captain W.iJ. Cooling'. ' 'She sailed from 'Lon lon the -27th 'August; l Madeira! the t Oth* October ; rristan D'Acunah the 211 December ; and tlie Derwent uie^xotn mst. {JLiaclingirsundries. ? Passengers. — Mrs. Cooling, liMivKavanhag-h, 'MivWVM'Kenzie, Mr. T. Goochr Mr. VVV B; Shand/'MrMV. Miles, Mr. Jame-i Cobb.'Mr./jr/'BiiketeJ'MrV./Rb'bert Howe, Mr. H. Rowcraft,* Mary 'Ann Capon, 'Mr. Wm. Smith, Mr K. Chapman, anduMr. R: ^Vallace''. Bmigs a large mail. . On Friday*thcbrigCiildor,'Captajn P. Dillon, from Chili and South 'Pacific' Isla'nds, lading 350001bs. of- Negro-head tobacco,' 2 tons of arrow iojt, copper, 1 &C P.i'sL'ng-er— Mr. Bushby, civil engineer, who states -his having succeeded in getting off the govern ment' brig Elizabeth Henrietta', and that he left her repairing at the Bay of Islands,'- New Zealand; from whence she may be shortly expected, * --' ~ ? ' ^-* - 'Same day the Colonial brfg ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ALMORAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

THE ALMORAH.   Thc Almorah dropped down to Point Piper on Tuesday morn-     ing by day break. This movement was deemed necessary in order to avoid the occurrence of circumstances of an unpleasant nature, and which might be attended with very serious conse- quences. It was of course to be anticipated that governmant,     after adopting the Act of the Charterers, would use such means as might be deemed expedient to get possession of the cargo of the Almorah, and endeavour, if possible, to set aside the seizure and prevent a condemnation of it. The Attorney General, we believe, in the early part of this week formed an opinion, that very strong measures would be justifiable on thepart of the go-   vernment, in re-capturing the cargo, and rescuing it out of the hands of the Slaney. In consequence of this opinion, a warrant was applied for, and obtained from the superintendent of police, and with this the Attorn...

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 March 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. SIR. I observed in your last paper a representation said to be of the different situations of the barque Swallow, on the night of the 13th of October last; and on the noon of the preceding day, with her course, &c. from that noon, till when she struck next morning. It appears by this that the Swallow had struck twice, which was not the case. The lat. and long, said to be of the pre- ceding noon, was the lat. and long. of the subsequent noon, or 14th of October. I here annex the circumstances as they oc-     curred: — At a quarter before 8 o'clock, p. m. on the night of the 13th of October last, the Swallow struck on nearly the extremity of a reef of coral rocks, which, according to computation, ex- tended in an E. N. E direction, about 16 miles from the east end of a small island, of at most half a mile in length. The vessel continued beating on the reef until 6 o'clock next morning, when she floatedf off. She was th...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

Further extracts fro-n letters which hare appeaitl | in the Morning' Chronicle at different times, -relative I to the Colony- of New .South Wales, -will be found I among1 our-' miscellany of this date. We have for I some weeks intended' to 'lay them before our Rcarlm, I but our intention has hitherto been frustrated by artt- 1 cles of more immediate interest claiming' our notice. I It is highly amusing to read the various theories which I speculators put forth on the' construction, and manage* I ment of infant colonies, and to mark the aberration' | of pro/bund thinkers' when their imaginations 'are af- 1 lowed a little indulgence, or when they themse/ff* \ become wedded, by their interests to a. particuki t a, favorite system. As if the Drones of our So* I cicty were not accumulating1 in a sufficiently *«-* I Icrating ratio,' as if the great people, with trifling I pensions, were not inundating us fast enough*— *n('JS I if the aristocralical appointment of the lands in th« | territ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 March 1825

Jrt the Supreme Court. Sherfff's Office, March 3, 1825. It. Campbell, sen. v. Peter Sinclair. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, 'by direction of the. Sli-nfl, at Ins Office, on Monday' the, Uh of^April ne\t^at IV o'clock at noon, a \a!inb!c larm, confau ing iOW acres, si tuate in tin* district oi tho first biancli of Hunter's River, New castle, known b} the name of 7 lilon, the properly and residence of the abo\c defendant, unless this t\c(.ulion'be piewousU satisfied. - '? lu' the Supreme Coxnt. &hcrijPs Office, Natch », 1G23 , Harnett v. Johnson, npo be SOLD by AUCTION, by direction of tlie JL 'Shenti, at his Office, on- Monday Jhc 21 tinstint, ai 12 o'clock nt noon, the defendant's intcicst to the Lease of ft House «n-l Premises situate jn Geoige-stieet, ,No. 63, unless tins exe cution he previously satislicd. v , She) ij}\ Office, March S, 1825. Jn the &upi erne Cow t. Hart v Daly. -TipO be SOLD by AUCTION, by direction of the jL Shhcntr, at (lie Bell-post in Windsor, on Mo...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From an Agricultural Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

(Fiom an AsriculturuL Con unondent.\ W. returning to the metropolis on Monday List, from the in ferior, through the Ruerend Samuel Rlirsden's estate', inv\it erition n,is nttracti-d by the most curiotib and mgetuous method .o shape and sow turnip and potatoe dulls, adopted bv Mr. Pret leu, who, i understand, is fcupenntciuknt iq that estate. ' It is really the best systun 1 ha\c Been pursped in this colony': and I lifive no l.Lsitaiion in asseiling, lint whwi other gciitlciiicn. dis I'iv.v am| ndopt theaboxc plan, If. Uill be found oT the greatest itiliiy to a«nuilt-insLB generally, [ I An impor-ant discovery has b«en mndc by an Hutrlibh «cntle jmn iiancd Cook. All sorts of silk«, cotton, linen, kfc , are made iiie.'.mbuMil./i.' by immersion m a common solution o- pure alkali Ui Hits sniutiun, which is limpid and fie&froiu bad. od.'«tr, you gi.-i.v dip Mies' dresscp, window curtnijw, uuil otlier,arlielcs ex )eiii;d to accidenUj jby lire, ,'*

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 March 1825

?IfV- the Editors of the' Australian. Gentlemen, Pleasing as it ninst .undoubtedly be to see the very. handsome mauner in wqicb tl»o landholders and merchants of Sydney, have in the public papcis an9 by letters, expressed their gratitude bv votes ot tlianKs to tlic ouiccrs and seamen employed* in assisting or endeavouring to assist, to extricate the ship Mangles from the perilouf, situation in w;liicli, through the loss off wind, ^nd tiie strorigcurrent she was driven by ori quitting Port Jackson, I cannot help deploring that-Yjne only,*; viz. the pilot should be entirely neglected. Surely he^ was entitled^to, ' \ve th.ankiyou .Mr. Pilot.'/, It is certainly, the imperiousdufy of every man to as sist hjs~ (fellow in rc^ses.of Inecessity j but if votes of thanks are given, permit' me' 'to ask throuah the uiedium.of your, very user' ful jourrml, why lieglect'the individual fivho was so actively em ployed -on the ? occasion ?..\yhen all but ^ one of any. number of individuals arc' held'...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(MARCH 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

MARKET RE?rLJRNS. — rMTnn.n a '» No. of Bush. sold. _ ' J '? f £ s. d. Wi ' - -' sold ht per Bush. O ,7 6 5W - . - o '7 o 22'J --_~. «.' _ 0 c r6 Average Price of Wheat 0 7 0 Ditto of JVla'ize - 0 S5 3 , Ditto of Barley . - 0 4 '6 7 - a i i Ditto of Oats ' - 0,00 Potatoes, 7 .'Od. pir'ewt. ' Fowls, !2s. 9d/p'er cnuplc ? ' ' , Butter, Ss odijierMb. ' I Kggs.igs.'Oil. per dozen. , j ?«,'--?. Cheesej U.6d porlb. - ?' * ' J jl ' U ]r ' '' Asmzc of Bread — Loaf of 2l|bs.—/onr pence h-ilfpenny. , Sitting Magntiiite— JohVOxtTey,. lisa. - .'

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, MARCH, .10, 1825. Vi - i i .i ii i

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COURT OF KING'S BENCH. Breach ef Promise of Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

Conor or ktko's.dinch. Breach of Promise of Murriag*. jxichot.son v. JNasbau ? Mr. Scv.rJett .stated that tlie plnin tiff, JlJiss Nicholson, was the daughter of a merchant in. Heading, who, having failed in business, his family were obliged to shift for themselves, and the plaintiff was recommended to Mrs. Cecil, sf the Castle Inn. Sail hill, where she. oflioiated as confidential servant and bar-maid. : Ilor conduct gave general satisfaction to' Mrs. Cecil, and obtained 'her the esteem of all who frequente'd the inn. The defendant was a gentleman of fortune,' who being on a country .excursion' went to the* inn, and -soon ^became ena moured of. tho plaintiff. Being in a delicate stajle of. health, lie remained therefor a long period; his stay beingi prolonged by the attractions of the plaintiff, whose attentions tO;his wants ren dered her-not only un acceptable companion, but^'peculiarly ne cessary to his happiness. In short he, fell in love- with her unVl made proposals of ? marriag...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS—ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

MISCELLANEOUS— englisik DrscnETtON o*- a judge. — In the .course of a trial pefore 3fr. Justice Bayley, at Lancaster, Sept 10, a person who was an unwilling witness was called on behalf of the defendant. His ifurtmmtv not 'annrarinff to the Court to he very satisfactorily given, ilfr. Justice Bayloy observed, that what ,tlve witness had been saying was no evidence ir» the cause ; the Jury must dismiss it entirely 'from their minds, and consider the case as resting en tirely upon the evidence for the plaintiff, who was entitled to their verdict. ' , ? . ' . ... The Jury deliberated for some time, but did not seem inclined to come to a conclusion, when . Mr. Justice BayJey again told them that the evidence of Wm. Shclmeadine*. was altogether irrelevant. There might be some ground for surmising a collusion belwen .the plaintiff and his brother, but 'there whs no evidence to that effect, aiu^ they must not try causes on surmise and conjecture. ' ' ?. . ' r . The Jury again deliberated f...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

' ~~ COLONIAL CHEESE. r.. ;r., FOR SALE; at Pa v-d M.\?iere : ami .Go'^ Pitt street, a quantity of a very sjupcriorkind ; .itonlyjequires to be tasted to gain it that preference its*. quaj.ity 'so^ juslly iueriu..' . ? ?? ?'?'? ;:?' - _; ?*; ??;.|t' ; ; :;^'' ?'y---i.'^';-: ?? ? Tfli|Ayip M'AZIERE and Co. have on'SALE a few jL^ cases of capital 'Washine Soap, o^ reasonable tcrhis', at No.- 1 09/ Pitt-street^; -; ':' '?'-'', ''.; '\ .' f. ':'.: : ' :! ':$^i-' - AURIT1US St7itf41l, ;by the ton, or bag-, -and excellent. PORJCj ','. for Sale at Pavid Ma?iere nnd Co. Pitt-street. ',' ' '; -\^ ? ^' : . :;- '-,''..'- .*;.:v;--.-.li -. ? »? ,- ; M' AtJUITijLJS '. SU.0AR, of excellent quality, just landed ex dlppc,; on , SALE. ' by the ton or bag, at tli-3 Stores of Iccly and Hiridson, ' AIhoj hy'sbu rtnd hyson skin tea, of excellent quftlity.-'^3 '--' . '-~- ?-'*?'/:?»?*: .. , ' ^ *B^O be LET, on Lease for three yeaFs, as a Public' M- ? or Private Residence, those- desirable Premises, known...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 March 1825

MiDAC.-SCA«. I .'..It vnm stated in the Australian of the 3d ult. that 'fiwo Fsrcnch ships of war were cruising- in the adja ?' ? ornt seas, and rmglil be very shortly expected to arrive at' Port' Jackson. ..That the French goremnsent are exceedingly anx ious to fix upon soree scite fora Colonial establishment ,^:fl»at may astinsniate to New South Wales, no doubt JPicau be catcrfai&ed ; and tbat . tbe ships which arc j»«w. oni have SEuch instractions is extremely probable. -ri^EiBB protracted visit of M. Cottn in England, cx 1 :?-- jinEafts3y .for ihrs purpose of making- himself arquainted with the adrjoE^stration of criminal Justice there, is ?;a3*'e«rijieiii^ of tbe desire of the Freucli nation to . axousoi. J3»eir penal laws; and their views in respect to -.?fjte fatskne dtspcsAl of convicts are developed in the a££Oi»panying extract frcm a. work recently published . .at Paris ;— ? . ' . OX THE CJSfc.'OJIEXAtTIOIO OP 3IAOACASC.tR. . 'llsifi m&mI Ik -er5«at -sKoeei...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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