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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 June 1825

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. ? Extract of .c letter inserted in the Hob'arl Town - ' ?,r{xajg*rtie-~ addressed to the Lieutenant Goner nor of ihat Colon /a and sigjied a Colonist., . si- «' r vtniv return. Sir, to the expenditure of the re venttfe, from which t nays naaue a snore digression, a Kave ipolien of the expensive' establishments of the KavaLOfiicer ,md the Treasurer; I have h'eard it as scrtefl, tliat it has been considered necessary-to place the latter office upon an' encreased scale/ in' conse cueiice of certain ieccnt-dcf-ilcatioiis. I cunuot under stand this : I sun yet tj leu.ru what difficulties can exist in checking the treasurer's accounts, if .tUcy are s\A]ect«d to a proper nud-it, findihis vouchees- care.fuUy compared witli his ccazp^ndilure. . This -vvill. very j^cl^ -lepend upon the eKamination to which his. amount's arc5U^Jectetl » uml tliereforn no necessity.. whatever, exists that the treasurer's office bbpuLd be,at all, dif ferciit'ly constituie/l from uliat it was f...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT. COULSON v. REIBEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 June 1825

SUPREME COURT. . Coulson v. Reibey. ? Thus was' an action brought by the plain tiff tq re royw'the-Vaiuo of cartani g-oods, specially entrusted by the plaintifF to the defendant.' ' ., ThesfoUowinff evidence «-as adduced on behalf of me piainiin : — . , it . ? ' Mr. Coulson,.jun. — I am son to the plaintiff; ray . father entrusted 100 pair of shoes, and 50 pair of . hoots, to the care of Captain Thompson, with iristrtic tirmsjo dispose of , them where he niightfind a market for thcra ; a part of them were of English manufac ture ; the vessel bailed with the properly on board. Mr. Thomas Reibey, brother to the defendant — I have resided at Lam\ceston for a considerable time ; I , remember rriy brother receiving- some boots and shoes '' f'oni Captain Thompsons I purchased a few pair of them for my own use; theprice of wheat at that Jjme va ried very much i did not hear my brother say that plain tiff was the real ownpr of the goods; have heard Captain Thompson say tha goods were the pr...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 June 1825

SHIP ?f^.' p \falpHaj. arrived thebiigFamo from Port MacqttMMs. . .. ' * On'T-himriaj- !a-,t sailed the'bri»' Nassau, Ca'ptainTCa'rrs) fo JLond--i-. . -„. . ? , On Saturday saili-d the ship Hugh Crawford,.. Captain Lane ^y--t '?»»?? ijvrejirea, i apiatu vatignen, tor iJatavia. «. i _ -Sauieriav, the ship Asia, Captain Pope', for Boinbav. ' : »' O i Sui.day sail™! iliet-liip Royal Charlotte, Captain Corbvn for Jtfar-ra.s and Calcutta. ' ? ? ' ' ' , . Same -lny, the schooner Prince Regent, Captain Row.'for thi ' Cape of Goed Hope and 'Kio. Sanie day, the sohuoner Elisabeth and Wary, on a sealin« voyage. . ? ;-,,?' ' On Monday sailed the ship Va-etta, Captain J. VV. Phillips, . for Manilla. . -'? .. On Tuesday sailed the schooner Liberty, on-a sealing voyage.

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To the Editors of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 June 1825

To the Editors of the Australian. OENTI.UMEN, * From tho contents of my last, it will be apparent to every un biassed mind, that the colony possesses, compared with its entire free population, a redundancy of competent jurymen. unworthy of noiici', as admissible evidence against a respectable and numerous body of free colonists ; for instance, who among us will deny that it would be m equally unfair to stigmatise the. wholt- community of emigraaU, for the fraudulent behaviour of one of their members, as -it it to characterise the emancipists by the anecdote of ' Squire Love,' even aj lowing the existence of such ^character. Our colcnial exclusionists appear to be a* little known, as the grounds on which they rest I heir objections'; and, for the sake of justice, and the boasted freedom of Britons, I cannot but hope that there are but few of them at the present moment uncon vinced of the impolicy of embracing principles which tacitly subvert the birthright of their fellow-colonists. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 June 1825

On Thursday last the Archdeacon delivered -M I address to the- Clergy in his Capacity of Visitor. TWj melange with which he treated his congregation, M.,.1 braced matters both in place and out of place. Till I liberality of his mind and his . extensive knowledgi j ?were most eminently displayed. Had he merely «»?( lined himself to one of the innumerable printed Fomr of Charges to the inferior Clergy on the Visitation^ dignitaries he would have conveyed, much usefolMU;; struction, and given a proper direction to theMPfe of the pious Divines whom'-he-ivas' addressing. 'i*WS ing- against the infidelity and corruptness of ^'^Sl was as unclassical, as it showed bad taste. n«w-*l know but little of the real strength of .Christitfitfii ' he must be but superficially versed in itii-.p***^1'' principles, and as yet have experienced notbiijf n™ influence if he think that to insure its exteniiob W propagation, the pen of controversy must be'w» aside, or arguments on disputed points confined to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 June 1825

- -ANNO- SEXTO. GEORGII IV. REGIS (No. 11.) ? ?''? By Ills KxccUviicy Sir . Thomas Kmfj.me, K'. C. B. ? . Governor of Uie'OoIony of New South Wales, Sec. ?'.'?' &c. &c. with the advice of the Council. [An Act to confirm certain Acts of His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, passed will) the Advice of the Coiincil before the ' /residence of William Stewart, Esquire, in the Colony of 'Kew Soutli Wales.] . ' 'v ' '. ?' [June 15, 1825. ?VATHEllEAS, BY AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT ?'; »V _ passed in the fourth. year of the Itoig'n of. His Majesty KingGeurge the fourth, entitled 'An net to provide until the first day of ./ulyone thousand eight hundred arid twenty-seven, and- until the end of the ne-xt Session of Parliament, for the better administration of justice in New South Wales and Van Dieuu-ri'« Land, nnd for the more clr'tclual government thereof : and for other purposes relating thereto,' it is amongst-other things e'a acted, that it shall be lawful for his ?Majesty, his heir...

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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES. HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 9, 1823. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 June 1825

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES. -KK.S/.JI'OUSE- OF COMMONS, JULY 9,. 1323. * {Committee of the House on the Bill for l.'ic Letter ad--*! ministration q)' justice in JVe'io Sout/i JValesand Kan JPiem&i's Land, and for the more effectual g'ooerniri&tt . thereof, and for other nurnoses.)* : 1 ? ((continued jrwn cnir last.) . . . *-? ,i The next clause he put was, ' all instruments (whereby the Governors of New South Wales have remitted the term of. trans portation of .felons, to have the same efiect as pardons under the great senl.' . Sir JAMES MACINTOSH- I presume the right honorable gentleman is about to propose his^atuendrncnt to this. I wish to know what it is. - * '.' ; - i Mr- .Secretary PEEL.- The effect of the- amerVd *nen(. which I propose to add to this clause will be to 'give effect ?in New'South Wales and the dependencies — to 'gi* e effect to all instruments which shall be issued by the Governor of New South Wales under the 301 h of the King — to give the same . eff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 June 1825

' ?-? ' ? ;--::*;-:-. ;^;;' v ^-?'-.NbTI.CES;, :.~- :' .' '- ; '. .,' v ; By the brig The Queen ChaVlo tie whiclf arrived froni Pat DiK ' 'rj'raple on Sunday last, we learn that our- Packets of Neivsnuptn 1 placed' on board [the ijugh., Crawford: on. her sailing lo Hoivtf j Town'on -the 6th lilt; liad.inot.been- forwarded. -in due course. II this.be thie result of; chic'ane.ry and trick, it is. highly disgraceful to all concerned in the transaclion. , If Letters nnAPapers hi ?withheld;' for 'the .purpose .of gaming, some paltry' advantage arising from keeping the state. of one' Colony froni the knowledge of the oilier, an unpardonable ofFenc.e;»' committed against Si-. ciety, and all.whb apt wjiji this spirit justly deserva to be ex cluded from it. - ... ... -.. ? For the inforrhation of our HobarfcTown and Port Dalrymple Subscribers wev.:niention,.that! by the, ll'iigh_Cra\vford we dts patched Nos.S7,' 28,- 29, the usual quantity''of cadi to Hobart Town; the same 'Nos. to 'Port Dai...

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SUPREME COURT.—JUNE. 17 Rex's Darcy Wentworth and J. T. Campbell Esquires. Rex V. Thomas Dunn. Chief Constable. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 June 1825

SUPREME (JOUltT.— tJune }7: , -Rex v. Darcy Wentworth and Jj. T. CampbeII, Esquires. Rex v. Thomas Dunn, Chief Constable.'         These were two rules tor a Mandamus, the first of them call ing upon the above named justices, or any other two of his Ma- jesty's justices of the peace in this colony', to issue a fresh warrant to the chief constable to return true lists of jurors to serve at the next Quarter sessions ; the other, calling upon the chief consta ble himself to obey a former warrant which the above named justices had previously directed to him, and which it appeared he had not complied with in due form of law. These two rules, however, were substantially the same, and intended only to pre- sent the same question to the court under a double aspect.         '* The Attorney General against the rules*- said that, he would confine himself to one formal objection, via. that th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 June 1825

By the latest arrivals from the Derwent we learn     that the projected change with respect to the prin- cipal township of that Colony is more likely than [?] to be carried into effect; We are not at all at a loss to account for the unpopularity ot the Government of Van Diemen's Land; when every public act which is adopted is calculated more or less to compromise the interests of one body of men or other, or of the [?] Colony. The inhabitants are kept in a state of con- stant agitation and anxiety. No sooner does our [?] of discontent begin to subside, than another starts and   occupies the place of the former, and is itself only for- gotten for a time, because it is again succeeded by some more pressing and more lasting evil. As if a tailing out obnoxious measures were not sufficiently   harassing, a wholesale mischief, is eagerly persevered   in, and the promising prosperity of one-fourth of the   popula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 June 1825

':-* ' New South Wales. PROCLAMATION, ': . Bjifis .Encelkncy Sir Tiiomas Brisbane, K« C-B. '?? ; \ ' ? 'Captain GuneruXuml GoTcxnor in Chief in and over .:,'., ? the CoJonv of.N.S. \V. and its Depcn. &c.&c. &c.: , , . -, ^Po sil 4p wlura these Presents siiall conie, Greeting : — ' W/hcteas His Majosfjy hath been graciously pleased to make thev ? fpJItywing Ojdtr in Council, that is to nay, '? ?AtiljeCoiirt at WindsoT, 19th October, 1824. Present, -, '. /?' ' The King's Most Extcllcjit Slajr^ly i;: Council. WHEREAS BY A €KHTA1N ACT OF PAR ... . .. . LiAMENT passed In the fourth year of the ' reign -of i;:s jiTetciit Wajcsly^ ?enthicd ' An net to provide unlil . ajicendof tJieUst -day of July, 1 827, and until ^he einl of tlie ' Beetle' session of ptirlianit-nt, for tiie better adnijnistratioii of jus , Sice in' Niew St'-.tth' Wales and Vun Dieaini'-s Land, and for-tije «»ore«iltctu^2 poj/eriiinejit thereof, ciml for other purposes relat iaglilieTcUi' — It is e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 June 1825

AT A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. OF the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, .held - at I Walker's Inn, Parramatta, on the 1 Uh of Jung, 1 823 — I ' Present, — ? ? , ,- | Sir John Jamison, K. G. V. President, *' M The Rev. Samuel Marsden . Captain 1 iper I Mctsrs. William Coi, ien. '' 'iMessis. II. tl* Arthur I William Imusou, sen.''' William Walker I John Dnon Archibald Bell ' - I John Campbell ,' ' 'John Palmer I , J^hnBlaa I6nd /\ ' George T. Painter W: Gregory JHailand\n ' '* ? Eduaid Wollstone'craJ't I- lrWlicun//. Mm»-* ' - Jo/ui /''ltfton I- .. Tkomui fV.^l tiller ' ' George Suttor; sen. George Blaxland       I Moi«I by ,Edwzr$ fflolhtoiwi ujt, E\q. and seconded by John I Duon, Lsq'.that aioiumttiec oj papers and correspondence be formed I at i-udneu, c--*is-«ti**3 of the President, Vice Presidents, or other I jl/ 7iit-ei$, ~u.hu can be assembled at Sydney from time to tuna, as may I leiequned, oj uhomjiie shall be a quorum, with potoer to elect thnr' I o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

A Prussian clergyman applied to the King of Prussia for his permission to preach ia his chapel,' and' to honour him by his pre sence. His Majesty thought it prcsumptuus for a country clergy man to. ask such a favour; but, nevertheless.. crranted his ren nest. and told Jam he would give him a text to preach on, and that he .should preach on {he Sunday following, when he should be there - to -hoar him. The clergyman waited with anxiety, from day to , day, for the lesU, as he wished to' have it in. lime, that he might make a fine sermon of it ; but Sunday morning, came, and no text; he, however, wont into the nulpit with an intention to , preach one of his old sermons, thifiking' the King had forgot to L send 'him a. text. The King came' to 'chapel soon after, and sent ~ ;tfie clergyman a letter, Which he opened and read; the contents were — 'The enclosed is your te*t, you will preach immediately.' .., He opened the bit of paper that was enclosed, when, to his great astonishment, he fo...

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THE HELOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

THE HELOT. ?All ! what awaits the tearful, eye. - - The long supprest.-but bursting siglii'- .' The feeble, tott'ring palsied, walk, The fault'ririe unconnected talk ? ?Tho madness burns upon his brow, ? -You cannot guess the half- his woo!- - - *??? - ' Hjs gifef is far too big to scan- - , ? By any, but the god of man. Alone he stands in lifeVftill spring; .?'**? ' VA blasted, wither'd, leafless thing! Nature iu vain puts fortlf.her glow,. ? L To tliaw his iciness of woe ; ^ ' , _ Never can .pleasure more impart, ' ' - A' short lived' sunshine to' his heart; -' ' Despair involves il thick in gloom,', Impenetrable as veils the tomb ; _' ?? ' , Chilling its 'throb with spectre things, ' Lonely, past care's imaginings ! , Time was, when on that cheek's decay, The, joyous smile would dimpling play ; - '- When that sunk eye's inspiring light. In, mirth would grow more lustrous bright, And wit and. beauty fond would own, That happier thoughts, were' his alone : For nobly striving, purer...

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TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

TIME. Time is the most undcfinable, yet paradoxical of things ; the past is gone, the future. , is not come, and the present becomes the past even while we attempt to define it, and like the flash of iightnine at once exists and exnires. Timo is llif moamirer nf nil tilings,- butis itself immeasurable,, and the grand discloser of all things, butis itself undisclosed. . ,Like spnee, it is incompre hensible, because it has no limit, and it would be still more so if it had', : jlt-is* more obscure in its sourcesthan the Nile, and in ils termination than the Niger, and advances like the slowest tide, but retreats like' the swiftest torrent. It gives wings of lightning to pleasure, but feet -of lead to pnin, «nd lends expectation a curb,, but enjoyment a spur. - It fobs -beauty of her charms to bestow them'xm her picture, and builds a inominient to merit but denies it a he-use ; it is - the transient and deceitful flatterer of falsehood, but the tried and final friend of truth. Time is t...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(JUNE 23) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

MARKET RETURNS ? r.T.rv* W\ ? .No. of liush. sold. '..... J- s rf . ]™ - ' ' sold at per Bush. O 14 0 - . , %% . ' - : - o 12 o . It. - - -- - ; - - - -0316 , ' ?£ . . ~, - - ? ' . - - :o it o - . ;-5- ' ' : - ?-..?:-, ?« 10 6 . . ?. ? ~ ? - . ' - ' ? -- o 10 0 , ',-?-. - V. . Average Price of Wheat- - ??012 O 5-4 -...??'l -.:'?- . -Wltoof maize -*- _ 0--.4 6-' '3 ;;???- -,--; - Ditto of Barley , '' - x _-?-„? ''- 'o''^ 0 ?' Potatoes, 4s. 6d. per cwt. '':.',' '- -' ? , ?'?'?Fowls, 2s. 9d. per couple. ' '. A ? '*? -- ? '? -''Butter, 2s. 3d. per' Ib. ' ' * Eggs; Is. I Od. per dozen, „ , . 'Cheese, Is. 3d. per lb. \ . '? . . Assize price of Bread — Scvcnpence half .penny per loaf. ? ScHing price sevenpence, to cighlper»ce halfpenny.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

Our Sj'dney Subscribers, are requested to pay no Bills pre sented to them for ' TiieA.ostiui.un' and for Advehtise MtNts, unless they be printed, and ? signed ? A. E. Hayes.-. — Should any persons, have paid Bills bearing, tile signature of Hale' or Davis, they'-w ill' have the goodness to make the same known to us, as the above men are Impostors. Our Country Friends arc requested, to pay. their Subscriptions in arrears as per bills delivered, to^ Mi. Walker of Pairainatta ; Mr. Fitz of Windsor; and Jlfr. Brown ? of .Liverpool, who will giv^ receipts. _ -.,,,- ? . ' ?..-'?-? In'^he leading article of last week, -relative to the Council, for 'Jh* boundaries y/' tho Colony,' '.' read .' the boundaries of the Co lonial Authorities*'.'- 'We observed two or three other errors which were omitted to'be corrected, one among the rest in the article respecting the Gaol ; but ns flio Header would' eatilj' correct them on pcrnsiil, it is not worth while particularising them. - - '? THE AUSTRALI...

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LOVE AND GAMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

LOVE AND GAMING. Sylvia Jier gauung- nephew chides Wi(h many a sharp. aad pithy sentence: The graceless boy her care derides, . '?'-*' ?? -Yet seems to promise her repentance : ? ^ ? iS&$^fi*WUen you, clear Aunt, relinquish. man, ,^ ' '» '? Expect me to abandon gaming.' *~ ~ The prudent matron shakes her fan, ' ' ' Go rogue I find your' re past reclaiming.' .-^

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GENUINE EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

GENUINE EPITAPH. . A man. is born, alas ! and what is man ? A scuttle-full of dust, a brca|h, a span ! A vale of tears ; a vessel tuhn'd with breath. By sickness broa:h'd, and tlien drawn ofFby death.

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EMIGRATION, OR A TRIP TO THE ANTIPODES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 June 1825

'EMIGRATION, ? Vl' .OR A TRIP TO THE ANTIPODES.- -^A O ! La ! cries old Squaietots— this Wales in. the Sou'tli' 1 Must be a, most wonderful place j ' '',.*.* .''*' 'x It seems \hat,a man' gets his meat in his lnouth-- '*-i.l.Lii'. -- Before he has tune to say Krapc. ' , —.- l~i'-^- y*\-r O 1 La 1 cries iny Ladyr it must be'indced,, ' '- , .-. , v-'f V' - ? Suppose we send Jacky to try ! .'.-',' '-. \^', '_' ''.. ' , ?/Tboy of his' parts will be/ sure to succeed, ... I'V'.'.L.^ ! He'll be rich as a jew bye and bye. * * ' K'.'' !?*',' \*h -£ ' . , O ! La ! cries out JacKey, elate with the ne-vs,:«-~- 'IZ-.'l So niany will lend me tlicii aid ; ^ -r- /?-;,, fi^-^wc Syl}~,\ ? That iTeally niafiinia ? .shall not know lio\v to''c,hqose, |..'i - ,'Wluth way I will wealthy bOmadc! ? .? .-. v»i;. ''???-r\^:lf'r' So off goes poor Jack^y — tlie good-bye papa,y-' ?? %&*'.' And paiental advice being oVer! %f '' .!*-v«-1-1- i-n-^i;f.v-lt . ?' And the'clelfcate he'art of the tender mamma-,'...

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