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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 March 1825

SHIP NEWS. Arrived, on Friday last, the ship Cumberland, Captain C. Failing, from London the 5th of August, Rio de Janeiro the 17th of November, Derwent the 25th of February. Landing, sundries. Passengers,   Mr. Stephenson, Miss S. E. Holland, Mr. W. Dan- ger, Mr. Thomas Danger, Mr. Frederick Pendray, Mr. John Flannagan, Mrs. E. Flannagan and five children, Mr. E. Hayes, Major J. Jackson, Mrs. Ann Jackson, Miss Louisa Jackson, Masters George and Robert Jackson. Same day, the brig Nereus, Capt. Thomas Swin- dells, from Kangaroo Island the 1st of March, lading 3500 seal skins; brings the crew of the brig Belinda, which was lost at Middle Island on the 15th July last. Same day, the schooner Samuel, A. Drysdale, from. New Zealand the 19th of February, 1500 seal skins. On Saturday last the brig Deveron, Capt. J. T. Billett, from the Derwent the 3d instant. Lading, sundries. Passengers, Captain and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Smith, Mr Young, Mrs. Heany and family, Mrs. Hol land, Mr, an...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

SYDNEY, MAliCII, ,24, 1825. I

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

. A considerable portion-, ot. our columns are again.oc* cupicll with Parliamehtary d^.hatcal . We fed -J!''e certaiuitliftt^inorc intcr.cstVn^matter''cpuld..nftt J)?.|«* before bur Readers-; and1 tliattherefore1 we nbed not a^bldgise-. for this, 'appropi-iation.of-.our ...space, ? .*nB j debates^hifch \v;c arefptiblishinif.. are now fpr .tlw-.P^' I time printed,. 4licy-.liaving%beJcn^ taken down ^ear^\\ vetlialinti |or the .cspiress^p^irjjose ^ 'of ^appearing1 as Ijiey, I do: The ^Colonists ^winperceiyeoha-eading these,- that j tlib.)noii^rcl;: Act*wlntli;f ^rcscViiies tlie la\v. to 'tliero*. whs tiot passed- ivithout-a'; patriotic 'struggle }-y ipa»lf': of ^; tlic; -independent ;Memljeir8j|..to obtain sometliiffg; better and-mbre confeoriant to-=British* law, anil to Brt- j tisli! feeling:.:' The ^ failac^^f rreasoning- u^on tlie. en-. dence of people incompetent to -judge either of-,tlie condition orVants of ^hc Cblony Vrasiibly exposed bySir f James Macintosh. rHe .was not less ...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(MARCH 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

Tlf AT* ifV.-V ?RP.TTTRNS. — rMAKCH \l-7/- No.'ofBu'sh. sold. '''.';' ;',. ' ' '.„., -£.*'* ,-a' 66 J x- !/ !- ' sold at per !Busli. (V4 8 O^ : 157/' -,-'.-. - - ?? O'f 7- 6^ U4 .-..,- - - -? ? or«r: o. Average Price of Wheat 0 7.-51-^.; { r,x fP Ditto '--r Maize ,- 0[tS,O , ; . . Ditto of Barley' - 0 4 0'. ? ?'? * Ditto of Oats - 0 ? #'J Ov i - f- * -?'* ' Pptatoew, 6s. 3d. per cwt.1 ^Y*~ ' -?-'?-_ ' ' ?? \ , Fowls, 3s. 4d. per couple -' S ^ ? '??.?' ???^ BiiUdr,«!2a.'6d. per llji .. j'«j.' , o -?;? .' »?« '.V' ;«k'3u- Ksgs, gs* OJ. per dozen. -- . ?.*?,..-,.,,-#»« *,?'**-.'.? '. Cheese*' Htfid. per 11,. ? '' ' 7 ., ,;.,.. K^ '?' jAsp\ie*o*f Br'«acT-i-LdRf. of '2 lbs.— foiirpehce lialfpcnny. / . ' '' Sitting' Magittrata — A. IIbiiilv, -Esq.':'* 1 k rY

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To the Editor of the Australian. GENTLEMEN, (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

To the Editorsiofi the Australian. . '??. v '? ' - - (Continued- from our 1 1st. \. ?It# isr ludicrous to. tj^nu the Morning L-Jifonicle writer attributing all 'rnorajity to an aristperacy, and,recom mending^ it. chiefly as;-au eng'ii)e_ of Colonial moral .rpfnriniLi-inTi.'-'' Wlieris*'lias lie Knen the last 3ii vcars ? Has he ever read JU.story? Does history or modern experience prove tn'at- the nobility of. any land evev reformed 't'he 'people ?' The 'nobility of ISngland arc nowjthe,niost'morjilvof any in Europe' — but whjT ? he cause-tneyVvere always 'so ?v no — hut'because by moans of ''g'raUual', toleration .th'e ,p'epple have lately paid more attention 'to* pure chfistiahiiy, - fiutl have become proportionabl'y,' reformed.. 'jT-lie morals of onrjaobility are an e'ftect not.a .cause.''. If by making tlijem* knights and baronets our old ha?ldsin New South Wales'* would become devout and moral, '.'this 'writer's scheme might answer; buta's; it is, 'our morals T apprehend \vi 11 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

? -'?? NO. 21, GE--Il(?E-STItEBt; SYDNEY. JUST RECEIVED PER THE PH(ENiX, AND other late arrivals, and! now on SALE at WIL SOI?.*S; viz. '~'.-i , -',. : - .- , -Poor locks - „??*-?' Socket chissels - ? , . Cioset do.. . \ ?'-*'-'-6yv:.-AlIfiCrT -,.''?.? ' ' 'Vjj'rawei doJ - -?- -'.--. Flat and Itahau irons , Till do;'- .,' *' (' ,. Brass cocks , ^_- * - CunbbaTd-do*; ' *? ' ' 'Spades and shovels Chest -lo. ' ' ? ' Frying pans and grid irons ? ' Patent and common pad do. ' Paints, oil and turpentine Handsaws . -.' Day and Martin's blacking ' General assortment of plain Glass and earthenware .? . irons ? ? . Scrubbing and other brush Butchers' knives ' ' ? w»re ' . Chissels '.?'?? V Powder, shot, and Hints Gouges ? Saltpetre, pepper, and other Sets faf .joiners* a«a ^cabinet spices ; ?' mortice cbisaejs .witli the -usual ' getreral assortment of articles too numerous to rucnlieii, ? * ? ?,, '. *J i J$. B. — India prints and calicoes, nankeens, blue baftans, check, fiannrJs, white cotto...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

TRIFLES. A gentleman meeting one of his friends who was insolvent, expressed great concern for his embarrass- ment; 'you are mistaken, my dear sir,' was the re-   ply— 'Tis not I, 'tis my creditors who are embar-   rassed.' A Bad Pun.— The Honorable Frederic Robinson, the present Chancellor of the Exchequer, observed in a convivial party that he might say, with Shenstone,   his name was not obnoxious to a pun; upon which   Mr. Canning replied, with infinite promptitude, 'you   robbing-son of a — —, how can you say so;' which     caused a great laugh at the time.   Pun Judicial. — At the Manchester Sessions, a   girl named Ann Flood, pleaded guilty to an indict- ment charging her with stealing a certain domestic utensil. The Chairman, after sentencing her to be imprisoned to the end of the Sessions, observed, that it was only a pot carried away by A Flood. EPITAPH ON M...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

SERIOUS AFFRAY. On Thursday and Friday night the town was alarmed by a very serious riot among the military. It would                     seem that the townspeople on the former evening had commenced an attack on certain of the soldiers in   York-street, and driven them with stones, brick bats, and other missiles into the barracks. Some of the stones thrown by the mob are stated to have found their way through the windows of the mess room of the 40th regiment, and to have nearly floored, at an un- seasonable hour of the evening, one or two of the party who were assembled to celebrate the orgies of Saint Paddy. It was not to be expected that flesh and blood could tamely brook such treatment. Accord- ingly the soldiers who had been thus roughly handled soon procured a reinforcement, and returned to the charge with naked bayonets. Unfortunately ...

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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES ON THE NEW SOUTH WALES BILL, (JULY 7, 1823.) (Continued from last week.) HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

^AiSlA^rE^TARY ^KSAt^S bN TIMS ^VE% HOUSE OF COMMONS'. *. - - r.*j^* ®* IRksn kit— Sir, I do not rise to second the.motion of tKaJioHOTaJSlc member for Bristol,' asI.inu^sa^tiSt^oiiiicref £ng all Ihe circumstances of the cas*, I fcrjj jucjiijed to think that * his-bill could not have effected more than it is iiitcndcd to do. A roust say, tlmt considering the present cohuit'ion of New South Wales* ifwpuld hrive been very unwise a'tthe present moinent. to establish ike institution of. trial :by jury* there.'B There is^soji^e *!%£?*, the situation of this t»lotty-o'utlerly uniike any ? .other.; .thai ever existed hofpre,- being in fact .,syt ?generis, that fenders a ppculiar systeru :of govrenjuent; necessary for, it .. . I consider, the introduction of- the British' Constitution 'how lo-bd^quite.impracT. iacftble. But I, forotie, . h.3X?il£, SlSllliL*: .that^f the Chief Justice \vho is. now going out should .find t t^lie state of, the' colony, such as ?t (^'induce' -a belief that tria...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 March 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS, CIVIL DEPARTMENT. Sydney, December 29, 1824.     HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR having deemed it expedient to make certain alterations in the conditions heretofore inserted in the Grants of Land given to Sattlers, is pleased to direct, that the new form of grants,   together with a schedule of the conditions intended to be imposed applicable to all grants, from thirty acres to two thousand, be published for the guidance and information of those concerned. Numerous applications having been made to His Excellency by individuals, who have expressed desire to be permitted to pur- chase certain portions of unoccupied crown lands near to, or   adjoining their present grants - and His Excellency being of opinion that the sale of lands, under certain limitations, will be highly beneficial to the settler, hereby notifies (until His Majesty's pleasure is known) that he will continue to receive applications, fur th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

? The Editors of Tbe Australian would be happy lo' enter ,%ntor'a permanent r.ng-agcmcnt .(on 'liberal terms) w.ith any Gentleman of respectability and ta lent, capable of taking fail and accurate reports of trials, Sfo. in the Supreme Court. :TH3S AU«TRAX1 AN. ;'' ,' SYDNEY, TsiAR Oil, 31, 1S25.

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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES ON THE NEW SOUTH WALES BILL (JULY 7, 1823.) HOUSE OF COMMONS. (Concluded from our Last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

-PARLIAMENTARY DERATES ON THE NEW .-SOUTH WALES HILL. Y.Tvi.y 7. 182ttiM . uniTSi; of enjiwoss; ' ' (Vi)HiUidnd ffwn ouv iast. ) A*ll. WILMOT HlMl'ION- Sir,, on the present %ceaVu»n I beg to say thai \w In reference to these clauses 'confirm ing ail pardons prcvi'.ubly granted by the Governor of Now Soutii Wales, i wish fur a short tune la explain more in-'deiaii'lhe ne cessity lor their ixvitpnru'iiiciil. 1'woulil venture to suggest to R13' honorable ami Icatnvtl friend, (Sir James jMaciiitosh) that xihit reij-K-ct to the fir&i-of tiiose clauscb wherein it is enacted ** that all ins-truniiyiK in waiting, made in conformity with, the said Aci,' {(tie 3Giu g( the late King) ' whereby any Governor -ut Iictijtcna.nl-UoM'nu-rof New South Wales; for Ihetiniebeing, liath remitted or shortened tliu time or term of transportation of any fclans or othor offenders, as Rforeiaid, .shall .have and bliall lie ?dcciiK.'d and taken Iq.Iiiivc had, from the days of 'the respective dates of s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

PROCLAMATION, ' By Hit. Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, ' K. C. B. '' Captain Genuial and Goiei hit in Cliirf in and over ? : v JHi Mujotifii Tenilory of New Sou ill' Walet, and its Dependencies, fyc S;c. &;c. .«riIEBEA.S BY A PROCLAMATION GIVEV '?W nuclei- my hand on the ninth day of January I lnst, it was (unionist other tilings) declared, that certain prison ers' of llie crown, thou illegally ,nt huge, should, on surrender to any magistrate before the twentieth day of this instant month oi March, be parrionid in respect of any offence orofFcnc.es thereto fore committed 'within this Colony, except murder, highway, or liou^o robbery. And whereas it was thereby also declared that nil such runa ways as nforetaid ab should not give themselves up on or before 'the said 20th day of March should be rigorously pursued' after. Now, therefoie, in furtherance. of the object of. the said Erof clam.ition, 1 «?o lit rebv declare, tfat the bum of twenty dollars shall be paid to any perso...

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To the Editor of the Australian. GENTLEMEN (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

7'rt 'the tiditora of the 'Australian. - GnNiin^rizx YConclit(ted-;itonr ottr iast.1 As n'ti Ku'li hman, aecustiuncil to iicreanary ransr, ana venera, ilii£ antxent uaaics and anavnt be nJdry, and-belie?uigaso tlat an assembly of legislators, alike independent 'of' the crown and the iiconlu. a useful and even neci'ssurv co-uctween. in ennctinti lawa;by;ithe Sovereign nwd the people, where a free pxetis prevails,, — -1 should certainly like to see (-/r at least to foresee)- the day, when jlhe. populntiu^nud wealth of the Colony would justify the introduction of a nuRterata Vnd corislitutiouni uristocincy.' Iin1 then I would huve it quife as 'independent of the Crown, as it would be of the people. — To ellfct this result, let us suppose every man owning t« ybfta. given number of acres of land in the territory, to be invested by law with a certain title. — A certain larger number of acres lo carry a title of still greater dignity. Let these titled landholders all sit (ex officio ns the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

.We have,- for, a length of time had h-in contempla tion to publish The Australian two days in the week. 'An .alteration, hon-ovcr, of this magnitude oMErht'nofto he adontfcd without a nrevious and satis factory develbpement of the vanoins 'reasons wnicu tiave induced this-sten*- and without, the certainty of its being' palatable to 'the majority of tffir Readers. — Jtfuny of them have, indeed, noL duly expressed their concurrence in our views, and fully coincided with* us in the .-eligibility of. ths change, but have partly liad the merit of .influencing our mintlsMvi'ih respect to it. We -have now- 'appeared before our Australian Readers twenty-five weeks. 'Daring trnit .period our career has been marked by a progressive tmurease of Patron age; and by.a regular and successive extension of fa vour. Kefore. the, li^lf of 1 our year of probation h.as elapsed, we behold Tut: Australian firmly established in public estimation, — every week hasbroug-ht us an.ao :cession to thp list 'of ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

SHIP NEWS. On Friday last arrived the brig Woodlark, Captain   Moore, from the whale fishery, lading 95 tons of sperm oil.     On Wednesday last sailed the brig Nereus for Port   Dalrymple. Same day the brig Calder for Calcutta. On Saturday the ship Cumberland for Port Dal- rymple.               On Sunday the ship Henry for Batavia ; ship Asia for Calcutta ; ship Phillip Dundas for the Isle of   France ; brig Queen Charlotte for Port Dalrymple ; and the brig Governor Macquarie for Hobart Town. On Monday, the schooner Governor Sorell for the   seal fishery.                       On Tuesday the ship Hope for England. Passen-   gers — Mr. E. Lees, Mr. Jas. Mordant, M...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

* . ? ???'?-.'? To the Editor ofAhe Australian: Sin THHE FACTORS AT PARRAMATTA ? Win J»- been completed by th«. contrac?or, the Connuif ioner reniarkrd upon the wil's notbuin^: liiphenoiipb- M1d ii,,* he rusticated work on part of the basement ston- ,,r .i.« 1. . Ml ing aimruLu a lacutty tor men 10. climb info the fsct^rv- uh' T «as obualerlby iron bHrs being putin th«r frames of-.J^ „,'„ . ' ' but how lie could make such a mistake in his. KepJrt ns r ' llse exteriMl wall was built as'an after-tliouglit, 'und to ri' ''^ (he fnt-ihty men wpnld have to get into t|ie f4c'tnrV bv tiii.^' up this rustic work, is to me rather strange, whwi tlit: n|a.» ' '.°f now lies hi-ftm- mo wns laid before Iniu, arid ll l- w.ili\ -, ' -' tenckd for pailicular purposes -il fir3t hy mi., wh ch I t't'^,?* m-coss.iry to lay before the public, rind expl iiu „.. \nXwl' r and how llu^ vtri* c M«nule-l : a- en onions ftl3L-li-,odb Iirm'i ' '' ui(justiiou--|^ tnci.lal'd to.i'ibuir pn\ate |-ui fM.H's. n Ths fxt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 31 March 1825

PRIME SEED WHEAT. ON SALE, at No. S, Bligh-street, a few bush'els of fine clean Van Diemnn's Laud Wheat, weighing 64lb. to tin- bushel, which is particularly recommended to the settlers as 1 a change of seed. ~- '|^N SALE, at YVIL.I.IAM Foreman's, George-street, \*JF opposite, the. King's Wharf, good old Jamaica, Rum at twelve shillings per gallon. !-?._- 1 - '- WINE COItlvS, of excellent qrtality, on'SALE al D. Maziere and Co's-,' Pitt-street.' . ( ,r m^AURlTIUS SUGAR, by thd ton or; bag, ,and -'JfLv.IL excellent PORK, for Sale at David Maziercjand,Co. ?pitt-htvect. FiJNE old criibted Port Wine, -Claret, and Madeira, all of a superior quality, received ex Cumberland, on, Sale ' at A. 13. Spark's, No, 11 , George-street. , RECEIVED ex Philip Dundas, and on Saleat the Stores of A.I?. Spavk, 11, George-street, a few cases of superior Mcdoc PatuH.ic, and Mauritius sugar, bj^llic ton'orbag. ON- SALE, at A. B. Spark's, ' 1 l,^George-strect , a consigiiment of gentlemen's wearing apparel,...

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To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

To the Editors of the Australian? Gentlehen. On looking at your last number T felt much pleased 'at tliel urf information. What is now wanted is a theatre, then Sydney Miay bonst of some of those amusements wliicli aro^overy much ended for. Try a subscription, mid sec if the good inhabitants oF'Svdncy will' not subscribe most liberally in shares — say thirty pounds 'each? I am confident that five or 'six thousand pounds might ha collected with the assistance of the respcctablu farmers up the country. With that sum a very snug theatre might , be built, nud dresses, scenery, and-macliinery obtained. The res pectable gentlemen who formed the Turf Club would be the TH-*t test pcrsonsto set such an establishment afloat. The sooner the bettor. 'Intoxication is the only pastime among two-thirds of the people in this Colony. But if a theatre were erected, and performances appointed two or three' times a week, money would be spent in rational recreations, and not in drink. A few shil lings s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

— io CuitBtsi'ONDr.KTs. — Tho Letter of Candid is highly gra-. -ifyi»i* to us. The matters it refers to, we have refrained from, noticing, because we have thought the whole tribe unworthy of. the slightest altcniion. 'We have hesitated to insert his T.ctler,' because we see very little diiltireisce between a direct and an 'indirect notice. v %- ' ,M. - - - :.' : ' SYDNEY, APRIL 7, 1825. !

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