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THE CANDLE ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

.THE CANDLE ENDS. The collector of a Scottish charitable institution in the course of his daily beat, called at (he door of a Scotch member of par liament in York-place. While lie was about tp handle the JciijVcker, he heard the owner ratin-; his foot-boy' lip hilland down time, iur tiiiu«jii£ um u iuv, ikmi-iuuu ciuis ui culmie. ? me coi , ]cc,to'r, thinking his errand useless, was retiring from this parragon of economy when lie opened the door. ' Fat.dy'e want',', -said he, in a strong Aberdeen diak-ct ? ' I — I — $iY, , called to as-k your aid to a chaiitablo institution'; but, Sir, ,. I unfortunately heard a dispute between you and your suivaut, which' — '? Oh! about ihe candles , bide a wee — bido a nee. , It is only by aU tending to ilie bit -/ri/;-s of candles that enables me tb ba'charild-i He to my fellow -cie.utues. Pit dotm my name for.^lQO.' ,TIie request astonished the collector; he bowed to the'ground; and lias since adopted thi-. very excellent maxim — that every cand...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

Pur SuDScniBKiis nre requested not to. pay J3ills to the Person* ?whp deliver the Newspapers. TflEAlJSTiiA'tl AN' 4 i — — r -- . '' , SYDNEY^ JULY, .21,' 1825. .'*

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NERVOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

NERVOUSNESS. *' -Nothing is more common with people who fret and are habi tually melancholy, than to feel, as they say, ' a sinking' in the breast, a- heaviness in respiration, and frequently a pain. — These symptoms are inseparable from depiessed spirits. What is tne nrst symptom or a ueprcssion or me niinu r ...n. sign — which is no more, than an involuntary exertion of tlie respiratory muscles to keep themselves free from* the weight newly imposed upon them; or, in other words, froin the, sluggishness which the ncri'es supplying life to the heart, lungs, 'and great blood-vessels are disposed to.. If. this first cause .(grief) continue', this slug gishness will follow, and therefore heavy sighing, still increasing as it goes on. The digestive organs — stomach, livcrj and spleen, being supplied wilh nerves' from, nearly the same branches, are also oppressed — that is, the nerves do not act as powerfully as before, and indigestion follows. This re-acts upon the nervous system, and g...

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 — 21 July 1825

' To the Editor of. the ^Australian': SlTt, ' ? ^-* - ? ' -, , The great encrense in the leltfiig of ? the tolls' must on all hnnds be allowed to afford irrefragable c^idellce of the advancing popu latibn of the Colony, and its, internal traffic, which, in return, I tliin1c-«ntitled to greater exertions towards' the comnletion arid iniproveinent of the roads yielding such revenues. '*, '^he state of some of our turnpike roads^ with their dangerous obstructions, so strongly censured, by the Court of Quarter Ses sions at Windsor, is'not'coinpa.tiblc, in strict justice,, with tho re ceipt of such large sums applicable in toto to their repair nnd im provement.^ ' ' In the infancy /-f the Colony', Government alone was equal to the construction of roads, but fit the present day a greater assimi lation to the arrangement of these matters iu England, would afford a more tangible mode of complaint and redress. Com-' missioners appointed for each district from the gentlemen resi dent in the n...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANTI-MATRIMONIAL EXPEDIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

^cVNTI-JirATRIMQNIAl4 EXPEPIEN^T. A yoimg Belgiat\ at Brussels recently made a somewhat novel attempt to po^tporie, if not altogether to avoid, w:earingthe nup tial wreath, and appears to have preferred the iron chains of 'the law. to those silken bindings which Cffpid usuallv r*resetits to the votaries of matrimony. lie was engaged to unite lit.-, destinies to a prel fy little Jieiptinc, residing in the ncighhiiurhpnd of Brus sels. As the wislnd-for day approached, the nii'ectiom and im patience of the expecting nmiil became more ardent and intense, and when at length the nuptial morn beamed on her sleepless pillow, ' she rose fremi the couch that she'd never pr_ess more,' and hied in the fulness of glowing expectation to the appointed' rendezvous. Guesi her chagrim and disappointment at meet ijig — not her doa'ting fond one, but an ollicer of justice,, who ac quainted her with the dreadful truth, that her lover was a self accused culprit, confined in the city jail. The maid 'faint...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUE FEELING OF DIGNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

TRUE FEELING O£ DIGNITY. Mr. Ill Martin, member of Galway, in taking his rounds to enforce 'compliance with his celebrated bill on cruelty to animals, found in one of tho streets of St. Giles'-a native of the Emeialtl Isle beating his wife. The honourable gentleman very humanely interfered ; but (hewoman Hew at him likoa tiger exclaiming, ' J ? S'! and does your honorlr take vie for a brui* baste!'

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROYAL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

ROYAL ROBBERY. At the first council of George H. the Archbishop of Canter-   bury, produced the will of the late King, and delivered it to the successor, expecting it would be opened and read in council.—   On the contrary, his Majesty put it in his pocket, and stalked out of the room without uttering a word on the subject ! The poor Prelate was thunderstruck, and had not the presence of mind or the courage to demand the testaments being opened, or at least to have it registered. No man present chose to be more hardy than the person to whom the deposit had been trusted— perhaps none of them immediately conceived the possible violation of so solemn an act so notoriously existent. Still, as the King never mentioned the will more, whispers only by degrees informed the public that the will was burnt, it least that its injunctions were never fulfilled.        

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD ORFORD'S HASHED MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

JLORD ORFORD'S. HASHED MUTTON.. . Lord Orford'a establishment at Strawberry HilFwas not very splendid, 'nor had* his lordship tl very high charac^r for h'ospi ?. tality. ? Upon one occasion a gentleman, of'soiiie literary dis tinction,- who had a sort of general invitation' to1 his villa, was induced by a line summer morning, to pay Ins respects to i-ord Oxford. -On his arrival he was kindly greeted, -'-and-invited to stay.and dine. The invitation was accepted, tho Noble -Lord rang his bell, and on the appeal ance of his Swiss, enquired what them was -for- dinner. ' Hashed mutton, my Lord,' was the reply,' ' Let there be hashed mutton for two, as Mr.- — = ? .is to dine with iiw,' In a ver3r short time the Swiss' returned with a long face : — ' My Lord, there is only hnshed mutton for one.' The visitorjnade his apologies-, engaged to -come again ,atamorc favourable opportunity, and left Twickenham impransi.s.^

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australian MR. EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

To the Editor of the Australian.   MR. EDITOR, HAVING seen several Letters signed F.H. Green- way, as Civil Architect, and which Letters bear   strong features of misconceived representations; not only on most eminent public characters, but also on several professional indivi- duals, I cannot allow the various esays to escape without ad-     verting to the severe reflection on several friends of the writer, and moreover also, on matters that shall hereafter become points of strong animadversion; and I hope, if further occasion should require it I shall fully establish the premises laid down, and as I intend to follow up the present short detail of matters of fact   with other concerns of much more importance, I have only to re- quest to be permitted to beg the suspension of public opinion until the whole of the matters under consideration are fully sub-,   jected to unreserved discussion and final decision. Further mat...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

Assize price of breid niuepenee per leaf. Sclhtig price eightticncc hdfpenu^ totenpence. BiiiTii — On Thursdy last, Mrs. Jl/crris, of a son. TUB ECLIPSE~COAClli THE PROP1UBTORS of the ECLIPSE COACH bog' lc\i\-v to 1 11 to 1 in the Public, tlmt theii New Coach, called the Victory, will commence running from , Hill's Tavern, Hyde Park, on Monday mdruing nest the '25tli. instant, 0 W ilkcr's Inn, Pariamatta, and return again the saine day at Tour o'clock 111 the cvcnuig, and will continue to ruii'cveiy da1,}, is above stated. r '* * ~ ' -? N. B. — Ihe Eclipse/Coach will continue to run as well, but m :onsequencc of the v cry heavy expences at which the Propiietors Siave been fo render these conveyances safe, respectable, 'couvc- licut, and commodious, they arc unde^ the necessity of ,. making he Tares as below — - - ' Farcjnside t - - - *' t' 6s/ Outside - -A t 4s. . jv FURTHER REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF SPIRITS. s ? l G MORRIS, OF THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, ? lespcctfully infoiins his Fncul...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GOOD OBJECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

A GOOD OBJECTION. ' [-;^ :J£t a rCbuntry Sessions a lad was put to the Jbiriori 'thfec' cliargeiofifeioriy; and, as usual on Micli occasipm/was^nfonhed/» thai Iif-.li'ei had any- objection to any of the Jufow,vHeVnust:sta't(j! it *-;h.*iM\tfinv ennu-i lo the iuxik- to be 'swbrui-'ori wliicli* tile: fill-' 'sonj?r miniediately i-aJJea our,- ?? i aon £iiKe.x ioote--oi iiwi;!u condvaioir.'- This 'staiiM iibsert-atioh produced,- ;!.as'J miglit'-be ei-; ' peered ;? a -'ioud.ja«ch in the Court'; and 'ariiotlipr ?';persb'ri;'^V,hosc.-; ,coiuia2nance.«vns uiorfi *atisf?.c-ory in :'tiie'-R.ri«'oi»cr,i^w?isLsuBsd- trae&.for tb«.,objcctionable Jiiror.-^.He, u*as;fpand 'guilty .'?'?'?,:'?- ^ '

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GEOGRAPHICAL NOTICE—NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

GEOGRAPHICAL NOTICE — j*ew. south* ttaxJes. - We have at this age of our Colony ai-quircda mor^dctailc'd'. ? and precise acqumi lance with the iinucua outline of ' tlie 'ox ten- ' iive and variously modified coasts of Teira -Australia, .than the cold broad sketch of' its eastern shore, a? J^/t us li^^nr.!- . '... *i.-~ more antient, rude, and unconnected dclin'ition.s of its western' oasts by Vlaming or Dampici could possibly fdrnisli. Xiie Ja b,oura of late yeais of a Flinders m compleliiip; tbe ninutlaa and detail of geographical bciunce, and more recently those of King - ?- in the equinoctial poi lions of our continent, having pointed'.out lo us the many amply sheltered recesses of- those shores, -and '*'. theii ? degrees of eligibility for the establishment of dependant ntra-tropical settlements. *i, ' ' '' Coju^aiathely'. small, ho'\yever, have been our advances to-'' ^ards^he.acquirementTof some tjust ideas of the physical, inter- ''' ml structure of this ' great south laiid'^...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GEKERAL ORDER. Colonial Secketaiiv's Office, Jl'i,y 20, 1825 THE Goveiinok has been pluased to approve oi tho following* Appointment : — -. Jni^lip Di-slrict of Jliintn — James Donnl-ne (Ticket of Leave) to l-c. a'Constnblej in. tliu room of Crisp, resigned. Appoiutuicn! to* bear date tin* sixteenth of last May. ? -». x By His Exccllencj-'s Command,' '* f. goulbukn. ' - E.voineeu's Office,- July 20, 1825. .JTnENDJSRS will be received at this Office, lip to ,,_H_ the first d.iyof August next, from Persons de sirous of contracting for alterations about to be -made iir the old 'Gaol, according to a plan and' specification to be seen at tliq Ollice of the Chief Engineer. - . .' . * Supreme Court; July. 1,9* 1325! RULES AND ORDERS. THE SUPREME COURT having been prevented b\r unavoidable cruises from sitting' for the des patch of business, on tho regular days of the last preccdm-p\eek, it js ordcuvf, that Hie present term be conlimied to Saturday the si\lb day of August lie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSHRANGERS AT THE COAL RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

BUSHRANGERS AT THE COAL RIVER.* ' On Friday the 1st instant Mr. Reid broug-ht Miv Jacobus 'shepherd before Captain Allman and Mr. Close for neglect of duty, arid for being deficient -four wethers, which he could 'not in 'any manner account or.. I Iu consequence of which these Magistrates sen tenced the shepherd to receive a corporal punishment if 50'lashes and. to be returned to Government employ. ^)n his way to Newcastle he effected his escape fr6m- ;ho 'constable who had him in charge, and that night jr- early- next morning' stole three mares and two colts from Mr. Reid's y and, on the Monday morning at seven o'clock, just as Mr. Jacob's men had been irdcred. to the different employments on the farm, and, ill of them had gone excepting two, this shepherd (by name Reiby)'arid these two' rushed into the', house, seized th'e. overseer,- tied his hands behind his back und then to one of the verandah posts, one of them holding a' large knife over ' him threatening to run him through th...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSCIENTIOUS FOOTMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

—? CONSCIENTIOUS FOOTMANr ; -' ' 'JL geVitloHiafiJwho Itad travelled as far :as, Persia, spofcejto.his/ jnaa!Joh^ as he- was returning! home.'teUiiig'h'inrhoiv'necw.sary, it :?'?*?»- thnta.irax'eller 5liouId:draW;tlii»Vgs'-beyond the life.other .uiw T'iM-.Je'o»1d'-no:t-Itbne for thai respect from his countrymen 'iJUchlbtliern'ise he' roigJit have^ ff but at tlie fcame nine, yohn, says h«i ^'wheresower 1 shall dihe,' dT-i'iiplkeep-ydu'close tojhjr cliatr^ .aad-irlicn^ - 1' -lb:vtry-.i,fiiicli ^c^djfiie 'bounas ofTtriitli, piinch iiie behiivd;. thai 1 ;i{ay;.^orrect?juy«elf,' './.It liappt ned one d&y'th'a't' he .dined with a-ccrtaiti'geHtleiriari wltd'shall be' name-, lesB.^where^ h--' ?' va'ffi waed :ihoU he, saw.a m onk eyi in fhe , island of : ?Bqrn'cb*wJiich.liad;.a!tail th«*d Bcorefj'ards lung1;— rJohn punched, Iiini';— Tam.certain 'it was lifty,Xt.lwist ;-rtJohii .punched. again ;; -Jr-f believe^ tospbat1 withiiT compass, for I.didvWt measure it, iiinust'have Let-n fort...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EIGHT—LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

EIGHT — LOVE. v ' The Earl of Clanricarde had the distinguished 'honour of be ing partner of her Royal Highness the Princess Augusta, at a whist party not long ago. ' We are eight — love,' said the     Princess to the Peer, across the table; at the same time scorihg 111,1 A * VS» V ^-v#\a*« *.^-i gj' u-i\i Av*««*^*iiti«rf.-ku*f-Qftjr, k*i- i**w ,uii(IIJ 1/ IAV.U 1 1 will I of her opponent. The Nobleman blushed deeply at whathe     supposed so gracious a term of endearment ; and mincing his words, said ' Och, yes, my jewel, ' in return to the compliment. No sooner had he made his appearance, at Hyde-park, than he whispered to his honourable friends, that the Princess had made a dead-set at him ; and " God knows" said the Earl, joyfully, ' what may be the up-shot.' This ill-judged declaration, it is said, has caused a coolness among his Gloucester friends.

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 — 21 July 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. Mr. Editor,           There is nothing more intimately concerns the residents of an   infant colony like this, than the general and effective tendency of those institutions which the policy of the government has given birth to, for the furtherance of moral or benevolent princi- ples, and which the interests of society have established for the attainment of practical and speculative knowledge. The muli- tude without reflection, are easily imposed upon by appearances, where their habits, their prejudices or wants are not immediately interfered with; and the daily interchanges of offices in their in- tercourse with the world, soon renders to them. acceptable, what the adoption of the more elevated or more wealthy his sanc- tioned ;-— thus in thes'e moral an^ political arrangemenls, opinion rather than, 'principle operates wilh the majority of mankind ; and example and- custom ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

1 Our, Correspondent C. has introduced to our not1r« a suhject of the first consequence ,to . the 'moral stale , of this territory. ' Th'e re cannot ho one discreet pa rent who 'wiH not ackno\vletlg'c .the', necessity^, which - ^xis'ts fdrlparticular and extreme attenfioivto the eclu-r Ration of tlic Youth of hotli sexes. \Ve haveSj iu for llier Ntimhers,' delivered pur sontiments \vith'rcsni!(;t t« those persons; witlh Vvhom^'ori^arrival here*, the work of Reformation is- to' commence, 't and who, hyJicfag al lowed to adopt a laxci' 'sysierrr of morality than'the- mosj;.rigjd. disciplinarians 'would either- prescribe or sanction,,may be induccd.to relinquislfdepraved hahits, and ultimately settle) with sojnething''--of the cli^ructor , of' respectable1 meWhers 'of s6cicty.\P' Wcha've already s'hew.n'that a yol.untary bohc^of union,,iftit be a, per manent fanfe also,''is^irifinitely -better', than a loose and pr'ecarioiis and promiscuous intercourse, or than a so. litary vice whioh ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ADDRESS TO THE ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 July 1825

AN- ADDRESS TO THE ECHO.,, *' If ,1 address the Echo yonder, ? J- . »' , ?' ' What will its.answer be I .wonder ? , - '??' Echo~l wonder ! '- O wondrous Echo tell me, blcss'e, , t ??-'? ?*'* ? ?Am I for marriage or for celibacy ? - v '* ?* ,r ' - ' - * . Echo— Silly Bessy ! * ?'*'?? If then to win tho maid I try, ?''..- i .r'.je*i Shall I find her*ji property ? '..»?, , ' Echo — A proper tj e ! ??- If ^neither being grave nor funny ?» .' ?'. « Will win tlie maid to matrimony.?, v ' /«'??-, * - Echo— ^-Try money ! r '* If T should try to gain her heart, ' . '~* ??' ' - SJiall I go plain or rather smart ? , _,~ . ^ ?*, Echo — Smart!' ' * She mayn't Jove dress, and I again then . \ v ' T - x JJJayi conic too smart, and she'llcomplain then E _ . ??- ,_ 'JEcfeo— i-Come plain then ! To,please her most, perhaps 'tis best - '-' ' - -? '??- \To come as I'm in common dress'd ? ' ?'?-'? - -Echo — Come undrcss'dj ' ' '\'-'- Then if to marry roc I teaze her, s, j -n-^i - What will she say if tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 July 1825

: ? , . - v. «. *t ' Supreme Court, July 25, 1825 ?j^j, RULES JIND ORDERS. ' HPHE SUPREME COURT having been prevented -?- by unavoidable causes from sitting- ,tfbr the des patch of business on the regular riays^of the last preceding week, it is ordered, that the present terms be continued to Saturday the thirteenth day of August next ensuing. '» (Signed) - Fhancis- 'FonBEs, v- - . .. 'Chief, Justice. M.. , . By .order of the Court, 1 ' ? G. G. Mills, ? i. ; J? ' '' Registrar. . . THE AUSTRAJJAN SYDNEY, JULY 28, 1825.

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