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MARKET RETURNS.—(MARCH 31.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (March 31.^» No. of Bush. sold. -' . ' ?:.. - £ s. d.. . 1S8' ' - - .'' sold at per Bush. O _9 O v' 40' ' '-''---? : _. V ' 0 ' 8 9 - -' 98 -' ' - - ' ? -.. .'':&. -- o » e, 149 '. - ? - .. ?- ? T'r ' 0 0, 0 - ' , : Average Priccof Wheat ^0' 8 '6 1-4 ^ J)i»t« of Maize .,&, - ^ 0 . 4 r 6 . - . ? Ditto of Barley,^-- 'O 4-'O' '=» Ditto of Onls '- - 0 0.0

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

ENGLISH NEWS. &c.         (By the Hugh Crawford.) On Saturday last despatches for New South Wales   were closed at the Colonial Oflice, and delivered to P M'lntyre, Esq., who goes out in the Hugh Crawford. Captain Langdon, a fast-sailing vessel, intended as a regular trader to that colony, and fitted up according- ly. We understand the Hugh Crawford takes out one of the most extensive agricultural establishments that has yet left our shores for that colony.— Courier. Novem'er 15. The King experienced a slight indisposition during. tlie parly part o'f '.November. His Majesty still con tinuei to reside a- good deal at -Windsor. \ The Duchess of Gloucester has been seriously m The Banking Bouse of Messrs. Chambers and Son, in Bond-street, has stopped payment. The causes as- signed for this distressing stoppage is a loss of £75,OOO by the King's Theatre, and very consider able sums by speculations in the New Road. ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

Wednesday Evening. We understand that Captain Piper, Captain Bishop, and Mr. Mills waited upon Sir Thomas Brisbane yesterday, deputed on the part of the Australian Turf Club, to request that His Excel- lency, Lady Brisbane, and Miss M' Dougall would honor, with   their presence, the ensuing races and ball. His Excellency re- ceived the deputation in the most flattering manner, assured the Gentlemen of his very ready acquiescence to their request, and that he would himself convey the polite invitation to the ladies of his family.                   We have just been informed that Mr. Macqueen is not coming to the Colony himself. There have been formed a small agricultural society and a mercantile one. He is at the head of the former.                 &...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

- Our' Readers will find our columns occupied- mtn part of the news we have been ableto extract fronV the 'overwhelming mass of English newspapers which' i:_\._ -»-~un'A ,,o t-n tht\ pmli nf November, bv the. Hugh Crawford ; The domestic event, which seems to have excited a great sensation in -England, and which is- of most in terest, is Mr. Fauntlcroy's. forgeries. - We have given 'a condensed 'account of this dnhappy'and unpar railed case. . ' . ? - ' ? ? Preparations were making-in various parts of Eng land' '&c. for the bustle of contested elections. There was some talk at one time of' Parliament being about' to 'meet befo're Christmas for despatch .of , business, previous to a dissolutuMy. It however stood pio rogxied un*il the 6*h of i2|pniary: ' 'The affairs of the' Greeks have prospered beyond ali expectation. ' * ' - . Spain and ' Lisbon' arc still unsettled, but still in bondage. ' * ? . . ' ? , The Politics of France,, like those of. England, are very dull. The ^P...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

MR. JACOB :JOSEPHSON gratefully sensible of the decided preference .the. sale of his goods Imvcliad, begs leave to return his sincere thanks to those Indies and gentle men who u-tre pleased to favor him with their custom. Mr. J. also begs to 'say, that it shall be his chief study to keep up thnt . 'fashionable and'elegant assortment of goods, as hereto fore, which he ilattcrs himself will'warrant'a continuance. -jf thuirl favors. - , , M. J. rcqucpts that all those indebfed to him may pa3T i:i the amount of thcrir uccoinpls with as.lilfle delay as pcis&iblct as it is his_interition,to put. the accompts of 'those' neglecting tp Jo so, 'intoThe hands o£ his Solicitor. - ? ?? ;;. . ? '?-.-..' ' - IN A FEW DAYS WILL 'BE .rUliMSriED* DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO II I^S : ® /' EXCELLENCY Silt T- 13RJ.SIJANE, k. c. ii'. &c«. Sec. , A TREATISE ON THE CULTURE OFV TtlE -J*- Vine and the Art of making- Wine, complied om .thu Wdiks.of Chap^tal and oilier Kicucli AVriters ; and fro...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 April 1825

? C vT ANNO SEXTO ':.GEORGIJ IV. REGIS (No. 1 0.) ' By Hi s Excc-llencj. Sir Tlimnns Brisbane, K.C. B. - ?' Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &cc. , ~[ ',*;? ' !&c. &e. with the. advice of the Council. £An Act for the Regulation of Shipping in the Harbours of .New South Wales and Van Die-men's Land respectively.] ... - [April 5, 1325. f ;~W9E IT ENACTED BY HIS EXCELLENCY ' JE^ the Governor of New South Wales, with the ad ? vice of the Council,- Tliat every ship or vessel which/ from and .after the publication of this Act, shall or may arrive at or off any jl port or harbour in New South Wales or Van piemen's Land, \vherein any pilot or pilots shall or may have been appointed in ,y jiianrier hereinafter mentioned, for the purppse of entering1 'any ,f of the said ports or Harbours, shall, by.'the .master or oilier person '? in command of such ship- orvesst'l, be delivered and given 'in; eliarge _tcS such pilot where such. ship.brrvfcsscl shall arrive; ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

AN ACllOSTrC. ? T'o .her hf graceful form and gentle mien,-— . .' :?'© bject of hopeless love to one unknown !' ' ' -*? - .?- E 'en as a flitting. star is' sometimes seen, .' - L oyety and bright, tliou dost in beauty's sheen . ? v ' Illumine' my dark path ; and, lo! art gone. V » ' ? ' Z.ephyrs shall waft tliec o'er the dark blue sea,* Andl shall find a grave ; — unwept by thee i G»

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(APRIL 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

M ARKET~ltETUItNS.-- f April . 70 2%o. of Bush. sold. t , ?-£ s. d. J08 ' ' -s * ' - sold at per Bush. . 0' l'l -0 '. r& . _ ( * . ? , o to 6' 142 . ? , - ?'-? - - 0 . 10 O ? ' 83 ' - -. - ' - '0 .9 ' 6 Average Price of Wheat 0 10 3 . - - J)if.to of Maize ,- 0' 4 .8 1 .' -' Ditto of Barley - 0. 4 0 ' «'DUtb of Oats - 0 0 0 'J^otitpes; 7s. Od.Nper cwt. r \ Fowls, 3s. Od.' per couple ? . * , ,, Butter^ «s,.,3d. per lb. ' ' ''*, Eggs, 'is. 9d. per 'dozen. ? ? ?? -' ' Cheeatt.' Is. 6iL nerlb. ''.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

- SHIP NEWS. On Friday last arrived the brig Brutus,, Capt. J. C. Thompson, from Otahcitc, lading- 25 tons .of'pork^a qunntttyof- pearl shells, arrow .root, cocoa nut oi4, &c. Passenerers — Sir. and Mrs. Hcnrvi and' 2 ' children, the Rev- Mr. Nott, and 2 New Zcalandcrs, Capt. Forbes, . and (14 of the crew' of the brig Minerva, which left here in Dec. last— having suffered considerable dam age' in a.galc of wind-, she lays condemned at.Otaheite. On Saturday sailed the ship Admiral Gockburn for Batavra. via- Melville Island ; same day the schooner Endeavour for Hol^art Town. ' \ - ' ^Sunday the schooner'Allig*ator for the'sea.1 fishery. -.^T.uesday the cutter Speedwell for Port Dalrymple. ?-' '^Yesterday the Mermaid for Hobart Town. l

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

TO COMPOSITORS. At. the Office of This A usrnA Li an there is, Em ployment for a Compositor. JMost excellent IVages will be given to one who is clever at his Business. THE~AUSTBALIAy SYDNEY, APRIL 14, 1825.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL. ORDER. Colonial Skcijktary's Officb, Amir. 12, 1825. THE GOVERNOR HAS BEEN PLEASED TO approve of tlio follotving appointment: — s In the district of Parrarmtt.i — Thoi.ns llely, holding a ticket of leave, to be a constable, in life -room of Powdcrly, resigned. By liis Excellency's Command, F. GouLnuitN, Colonial Secreary. ??'?''' COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. - SOAP.— WANTED, FOR THE PUBLIC SER VICE, about ' ,' ? - TEN TONS OF SOAP. ' -„???- t Person.?, desirous of. Supplying the Whole, or; any - ' Part of this Quantity, are requested to send Tenders to thin Office, sealed and endorsed ' Tenders of Soap,' before Twelve o' Clock' of Friday the -Fifteenth Day of April. '',''' ' Commissariat Office, Sydney, JJpril 5, 1825. - ? -Commissariat OfVice, Sidney', April fi, 1825.. BREAD.-— THOSE PERSONS WHO MAY BE desirous df Supplying- the Prisoners at, : , HYDE PARK BARRACKS, CARTERS ditto, . ,-.,,.,... . ,*} ?- ? ---. ? .* GROSE FARM,. atid..,.^-..,* ?«-».. A;Uf. -\ *?* ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

' ENGLISH NEWS, S,-c. Ml^sXR William A^Qovkt. — This Ambassador has now i^tfrly completed the circle of the southern courts,. jghaviag embraced in his diplomatic experience a ^more :r£viWyifiTve rariffe of strikinsr events, and witnessed a ?j^seate* variety, of new and old governments, tnan .Inyjn-dividual of^ his corps. He commenced his in-J fterfetjiog' career at the court of the Dey, of Tripoli,! ? j-}?©|ls'rfitted him for admiring and encouraging the ^ ^siljshinent of; civil liberty in Sicily and Naples. .'Sitgivsery.ices during the existence of the Constitutional :?3pv%anjent, and the. progress of the Austrian inva sion, of Naples, where he saw the representative sys-J * s'ciiv overthrown by foreign bayonets, pointed him out \ \&s. a^t JEnvqy to Madrid, where that system still ex .i^tetV, but was menaced with a similar fate.- Having jiia^it, in his power once -more to congratulate an ab 'p'oiS'te Bourbon in Spain, he is sent to Portugal, where ~£ Constitution had alread...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

' | ViJhJ L-UISL,L(J ARE RESPECTFULLY informed -'- that those extensive Stores, formerly the Sydney Gazette Ofllce, and lately occupied hy Messrs. T. II. James and Co. arc taken by the undersigned, together ivitli tho valuable Stock in Trade of that firm, which, vitli his former Stock, arc now on sale as above,' at very reduced prices :— Sugar. by the'bag -Locks and corkscrews ' ' Paste and liquid blacking Lamps, brushes- ' . Staich and glue t Plated spoons Basket salt .' Curriers' knives Slops ? ? Plumbers' tools ? - Linseedand. boiled oils ..' '. ' '? Smiths' ditto , 'Double 'and single 'barrelled ]\rasons'diito - - v' fowling pieces ' . ' Screws, snws ? ' Pistols -, , . Hammers, planes ? - , Plated candlesticks Blue h'aflahs ' Ditto lea and c'ofFee iuns '''? Cainbric muslins - ?* Ditto liquor frames nnd bread Furniture dimity . ' baskets - 6-4 long imitation shawls Silver edge duh cover*t - ? ? O-i-squaru ditto ' - - . Coffin furniture v . - Ladies' slays ' Japan 'tea trays ' . C...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

QUARTER SESSIONS. p&TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIxVT GENERAL L^i Quarter Sessions of the Peace in and for' the Colony of New South Wales will commence and ue liolden at lie'several times and places following: — that is to say, at the :r-urt'ilouse, in Cnstlereagli;stroct, Sydney, on Monday the 2d lay of May next ; at the' Court House in Liverpool, on Monday lie 16th day of the said month of May; and, at the , Court iouse in VVindsor, on Monday the !2Sd day of the same month ; ili\hich respective.' times and pliiccs all persons having business :o transact at the said Sessions will give their' attendance, and liosfe under recognizances either to' prosecute or appear, arc re juired to attend and perform the conditions .of their respective ?ecognisanccs. 12\ery necessary information relative to the pro :eeiiings and business of the said^ Quarter Sessions may be ob axned on application at iny Oince in Gcorge-stieet, Sydney, tvhere'subpcDiias niny lie at all tiiucs obtained. t ' . Ap...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

TTJAKEJN VV.OM 39, YOftK-STREET, ON SA ' -fl- TURDAY evening last, about eight o'clock, a ' silver Watch,* capped and jewelled, * maker James.. JVf'Cabe, ' ? London, No. 1723 ; witli*'n gold key.'iriitials P. G.' Whosoever eturns the same shall receive Two Dollars Rewnid. ? If found' n the possession- of any person after this notice, will be pro-, ecuted -according to law. . . N. B. — The outer case has since -been fouud. ' .,*. . fNAUTION. ? WHEREAS P.IY' WIFE, ANN ' ^ MOSS, formerly Ami' William^, ,?ifts absconded iince the' 28th of -December 18'.'4, this is to caution all persons ? 'rom giving her credit, as I will not be responsible' for any debts \ ihe may have contracfed. - Any person found harbounng: her ifter tliis public notice wilt be prosecuted- with the utmost rigour ? - jf the law. , , ', J. Moss, Jan. George'^River, . To the, Editor; of the Australian. -\~ \'.i , Sir, ' ' -? ' . --.''',? SN M.Y WISH TO MAKE USE OF PREVENT. TIVES at South \Jead, to' counteract the.-yju-...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

? SALES BY AUCTION. i BY MB I-OBD, ? * ' At the Market Place, Sydney, -to-day-, at 10 o'clock, TEN HEAD OF EXCELLENT HORN73D CAT TLE, of a breed well worthy the- attention* of purchasert. ? Terms, prompt payment. . - - - BY Mil. PAUL, At the Market-place, Sdney, to-day, at 11 o'clock, SIX EXCELLENT WORKING BULLOCKS and eight milch cows, with calves — from the breed of the late N. Bayly, Esq. ' s BY MB. JAMES HANKINSONj ' V , At his Rooms in Hunter-street, on Saturday next the ltjth inst. at 1 1 o'clock in- the forenoon precisely, ? AN Extensive Assortment of. shirting1,' prints, ginghams, and various other valuable' and useful goods too nmuerous to insert. ? , Also, a' few fine cheeses and herrings. * s ' -BY MB. itOUHRT COOPER, On Tuesday next at noon, at his Rooms in 'George-street, THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES, nearly new, thejjropejty of a Gentleman deceased — Coats, ?vests, trowsers, shirts, neckerchiefs, sheets, pillowcases, cot-, ton and worsted stockings, boots and shoes,' and-.-a...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

NEWSPAPERS.     A newspaper is a modern machine which has grown up, as the British constitution is said to have done. It has not been the fruit of an original design; but has been adapted to the   wants of society by a series of improvements, insignificant in-   dividually, but striking in the aggregate, in the same manner as the constitution has been suited to the purposes of those for   whom it works so well. The consequence is, that as most of the solid knowledge of the higher as well as of the lower classes of society is handed down to them traditionally, and relates to things that existed long ago, or that never existed at all, they know as little of the mechanism of a newspaper as of that of an improved chronometer! They know that things do "some-   how or other get into the newspapers" and that is the extent of their knowledge. We believe at this moment there are, not long   ago we know...

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 — 14 April 1825

To the Editor of the Australian.   SIR, — I was perusing some Scotch Papers the other   day, wherein I saw an extract of a letter from N. S.     Wales, relative to the new settlement at Wellington Valley. After describing the beauties of that place,   it went on to say, that the bush abounded in "grapes,"   and the trees are "olive, pine, &c. &c." This is one   of those erroneous statements which I am afraid is but too often given, with regard to every thing connected with this Country; but what astonishes me most of all is, the article in question is an extract of a letter said to be written by our Colonial Botanist. I am sure this has only to meet that gentleman's eye, to ensure a ready contradiction.         Bathurst, March 10. A RESIDENT AT BATHURST.  

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 April 1825

CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1824. The trial of Edmond Bates, of Kissing-Point, master sawyer, for the murder of Julia Bates, his wife, came on this day. The circumstances proved in evidence are as follows : — On the 24th December last the prisoner, in company with one John Cochrane, a sawyer, who was at that time in prisoner's employ, re- turned from Sydney, and brought up with them a gallon of strong rum. They arrived at the prisoner's dwelling in the night time, (i. e.) very early on Tues- day morning. After breakfast the wife of the prisoner, Julia Bates, the deceased, scolded him, because he had not returned home on Christmas eve, saying, "She was sure he had been with his w— —   in Sydney." The prisoner acknowledged afterwards   to have been in improper company while at Sydney. However, the deceased was appeased, and they all sat   down in good humour to reduce the gallon of spirits. The company consisted, at first, of the pri- &a...

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 — 14 April 1825

                To the Editor of the Australian.   SIR, SYDNEY, APRIL 5, 1825.         I am what the young puppies of the day call an "old codger," because I have a way of my own; now, on the contrary, I never   would have been here if that were true, for I was very comfort- able "at home," I assure you. I attended to my own business of a wholesale draper — paid my bills regularly— and, barring my sister Barbra, had not a single care upon earth. My sister Barbra, or as I always style her "Babie" is, you   must know, rather older than she chooses to acknowledge— has never yet been married — and never will, I believe. You know London, I dare say, Mr. Editor, and how comfort-   ably a London tradesman spends his time— the thought makes me quite melancholy! — I used to read my bible...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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