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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

SHIP NEWS. .On Saturday last arrived- with merchandize the ship -Mary Hope, Captain J?armer, from Rio de Janeiro, the. Cape of Good Hope, and lastly from the Demerit, whence she sniled the 21st ull. Passengers— Wm. Black, Esq. supercargo, Sc:A. M. Ritchie. Esq. :- Un 'Sunday last, m twelve days from the Aukland Islands, the American schooner Arankeer Captain Thayer. She left' New York on the^first'of August Inst year, and has since been sealing in these seas', where she has procured 2000 prime fur sea! skinsc -On Monday last sailed the brig Ann,, Captai^ Grimes^ for Ti mor and the Isle of -France. Passenge'r — Mrs. Grimes. '? - '. ?-' Same day for London direct with a full cargo, the ship Harriet.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS—(AUGUST 4.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

MARKET RETURNS— (August 4.) ' Owing to the bad state of the roads, occasioned by 'the heavy fall of rain during the early part of the week, the supplies of grain which was brought to .the market this day were very scanty ? Wheat fully supported last week's m ices. :- Maize and barlev may be quoted nominally the same as last week; No. of Bush. sold. - , £ s. d. 10 - . sold «U per Bush. 0 15, 0 24 . - - - ? - o 14 0 22 - J -?? - \ , - 0. 13. 9 50 .-' ? - - c * --'.'. ? . ' 0 IS 0 113 ? , ' '- '? \- ,- 0-12 0 10 . -_«.„_ - - . 0 II 9 174' ' '- , - t, -.Olio 50v - - '. - -- - - 0 10 0 - . - Average Price of Wheat - . O 11' 9 '* Ditto of maize ?' . - . 0,4 9 'Ditto of Barlt y - - 0 5 0' Fine Flour 45s. per'ewt. ' , ?' i' Seconds ,do. 40s. do. Potatoes, 4s. 9d, per c\yt.^FowIs,' 3s. Od. per 'couple Butter, 2s. 9d. per. lb: — Eggs, Is. Sd. per dozen Cheese, Is. Od. perlb. * 'Assize price of bread niucpence per leaf. Selling price eightpence halfpenny to teripence. .'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTEMPORANEOUS ON OBSERVING A PLAIN OLD LADY HOLD TO HER FACE AFIRE' SCREEN PAINTED DY A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

EXTJEMPOliANEOUS ON OBSERVING A PLAJNOLD LADY HOLD TO IlfeR PACE A'PinE' SCREEN PAINTED BY A IlEAUTIPUL WOSUNi'!' ' If'T were- that (ire screen and held to that face',/ ? '—I1 really.'believe now- — :good lack I- — ' ' ' 1 i * 'i^sh'quldn'tniuc'i envy the roses their place, .' ? '?'? r If 'the fire wasn't too near the back. » ',lr ;Buti ifl were that fire screen. and held fo'Uie'Tacc ;.'?' ' '' , \:' '.'. ': Of 'the angel that painted the flowers ! ? '.. vj '*:' '; '!I would yield up niy life for the- loan of their place, ' ?? ' v ? :i -? '-;V- if ;'twas i only for two drthree hours ! - J.!R;M'. J '^The'report mentioned, in a recent number-of '.the i Tlobart 'Tpw.ii i Gazette, of the appointment of the'Solj .c,itpr*Geiiferal-to a Puisne, Judgship in this Colony^ we .have: every reason to believe is devoid of fcundnLtioti'. , :No^official intimation has yet been received of any! ^ucliarrangeinent. ' . : .' , ' ..; In; 1822 the amount of gold -and silver coined from the. mines of {Mex...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE THAMES TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

THE THAMES TUNNEL. /.This novel and , important work was formally ancT ceremoni ?ousjy beg}m,on..tbe,2d of Jtfarch. - - . . .-. , ,.r. : .''.. \ 'The spot on which tlie operations are commenced, ,'ip ne^r t'o,. and somewhat to the eastward of, Rotherhithe Church, and on the south side of, llotherluthc-street. The preparations consist of a circle of piles of large scantling, bounding a very stout tim ber curb shod with iron '(°n,the undpr side) and securely bolted together. This timber curb forms the base for a circular brick structure, which is to be S feet /thick and 40 high. The briefc work is to be set in Roman cement well .secured by horizontal band hoops let in to the courses at short intervals from each oilier, and the whole is to be bound vertically. by -means of 48 iron ties, the' aggregate strength of which is more than sufficient to carry the whole. structure, although its weight will exceed 1000 tons. .? A steam engine, of 30-horse power, with boiler,' &c\ is to b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO A BEAUTIFUL BLUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

TO A BEAUTIFUL. BLUE.. ' Wb'y. waste the beauty of tliy' younger day iT ,\ rln, cogitations so. terrcstiai ?....,-. ...... v Tuogeeyes.were made for lovers' praise, ; ..And recreations more celestial. .-i All other. lessons, but to Iearn,to please, . \ \ -. - . .-????.',i :i,--.i -Are out of place, and monstro.us slupid ;- ? x i# ??'?\. ? ,-..'U;Yo'ur proper study' is to gain: degrees, - ?. ?r . ?.-': '.:?' In the bright Colleges of Cupid. ? - -'...'* Leave ^Aristotle then to heads grown grey,1 ?' ': ?. '' '. And Bellea by time push'd out of fashion j * - ?? .. ' ? Or, if you needs must stud v, study, pray, '. -' -_ * ' To bless me with rcturn'of passion. 'n '. ' ?- ? -?.'. Old inaids, may, prize the s'ta'ggrite's musty 'parts'; ' . 'Bat youth that feels the heat of yEtna, ' v' ,\' y ''./ In wa'rm aspirings for hymeneal arts, i ^ %', * t ? ' .. Sliould learn the unities at Gretna ! _ '^ ', 'TVhat do yo.u jn your philosophic dream, t j _, ?'?.': JVIy pott icon ted sage discover^, , ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, AUGUST 11, 1825.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

ENGLISH NEWS. ? Itis Understood that a meeting of the Ministers of tlie Allied Powers will be held in Paris, previous to tho Coronation of tlie King of France. The subject upon which the conferences will take place, undoubtedly refers to the recognition of. South Ame rica by Great lintain. ? -? ?? i A letter from Callao, of the 22d ' of September,- states that Captain Wilson, the son of 'Sir Robert Wilson, ^ad been wounded in an engagement with the Royalists, but that he had recovered. The reception given to this young officer by Bolivar was very flattering. ? ;? . ? — __ We have received, by 'way of Barbadoes-, some more details of the conspiracy at St. Thomas's. The Chief, it is said, was a Lieutenant Fifer,- of the Colonial Militia, a Creole, wl^o had re ceived his education in Scotland. He. was in custody ..with twenty-five others implicated in the plot ; a secret committee was. sitting at the date of the letters , we. have received, and. from the energy displayed by the Danish ...

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To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

To the Editors of thb Australian. ? G'enttIemen. .. I request you will be so ob/igtng -as i to insert in Thursday's Paper: the following ' Extract'; tfrom; the Times -Newspaper of the 18 th of February last, received «u Tuesday.bj-, (he ship. Wil liam Shand. : ? ?. -.-..-. -,; ? :'???: ?'.??.'? ?:;-.,, : . ., -'-:';,,..,,i,' .,:?„...: ';..'. ^ - to dwell on the malignity, falsity, and^cowardice pf^.this .ano- nymous assassin of exalted and honourable character,. is the. less necessarj', 'as the concluding- lines of .the ^'..Quotation,' are so notoriously incredible, absurd, and. ridiculous. . ? '/^l-'ri-' Whether this delectable tissue of. untruth .and malice. emanate from the corrupt heart and empty skull of tiro letter writer. in the Morning Chronicle (there is a tolerably well- ? founded opinion here Who the chattering blockhead, the hackney;retailer-of slander, is) with a copy of which letter you were pleased ^sometime ago', to favour the public' ; or whether it be the productio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

the only shot manufactory in the colony. --?:?? wi l l i a m macdonald, gun-m akeil, Brass-Founder, - and Ironmonger, George street,' opposite the Market-place j ? informs his friends and the public, that he has for sale by the latest arrivals, — ' , , ?A^ large assortment of double and single barrelled fowling riicceJ, muskrts and holster pistols, and others, on moderate terms. ' 'Superfine canister powder, quarry ditto, at 2s. 6d. perlb. ' - Shot of all sizes. at 8d. per lb. . . '\ : '? '-' .Shot belts, shut moulds, flints', and powder. flasks. .-.;.. ;.t' , ironmongery goods of superior ' workmanship, consisting. of pit saws and flics, cross cut and hand saw files of every'descrip tion, nail rod' iron of all sizes, iron pots, round aud ;oyal,* from two gallons to ten, tinned sauce pans of the same description, from one pint to four gallons, stew pans, from No. 1 to 12,'cof fee pots, frying pans, grid-irons with plain and fluted bars, patent coffee mills, rat .traps, 'horn laritho...

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FINANCIAL REDUCTIONS. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

FIXANCIAL REDUCTIONS. fl?rojn the Courier.) Vi^e^liave soldorn'i Jioweycr, perused a financial statement with '? more unmixed satisfaction', than we derived from that made by Mr. Robinson last night, in the Mouse of Commons. Last year the Right Hon.. Gentleman anticipated . that there would be n surplus at the commencement of the present one, to the amount of ofl.O.SO.OOO. Tile re-pay inents on account of the Silk Duties, amounting to ,£460,000 were expected to reduce the surplus to that extent,; -belt, notwithstanding the concessions made to the public in 1824, the actual surplus greatly exceeds that on which the Right Hon. Gentleman calculated, Mind amounts to no loss than ,£l, 437,744. ?We pass over the cheering view which the Chancellor of the Exchequer took of the improved state', of the country, as de monstrated by . the increasing consumption of those articles which mainly contribute to the comfort of the middling and lower classes, and shall advert to the disposition he purp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

;;By. pur Law- Report it will be -seen that the iinpor Itant Trials relative to the duties came before the Su preme Court on Saturday. Though special verdicts were found, it must be recollected that nothing- as to .the La Wr— the right to impose duties, or the liability ,to pay them, .was decided, these points being reserved jfor future argument, should the Counsel in support of the Duties think that the question will bear an argu inentjor consider it of any use to prolong the proceed ings, under the hope of ultimate success. After the 'full discussions' which this subject has undergone, in iour'coluinns, our Headers could hardly have expected rftiaTany fresh grounds could be shewn, justifying the .Merchants In resisting 'the paynienfc of further duties, ! or in claiming thbse again which they had been in duced to pay, under a colour of the Law ; much less could- they have expected to hear ' an entirely new tVainof argument adopted, and points started which never- seem to have been ...

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SUPREME COURT.—(Saturday, Aug. 6.) RAINE AND RAMSAY v. PIPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

SUPREME COURT.— (Saturday, Aug. 6.) RAINE AND RAMSAY v. PIPER. Mr. Wentworth stated that this was an action of     trover brought by the plaintiffs, merchant's of this town, against the defendant, for recovery of the         value of a certain quantity of tobacco, illegally de- tained by him, as Naval Officer.         The defendant pleaded the general issue.     Dr. Wardell addressed the Court. May it please your Honor, previous to my addressing the Gentlemen assessors, I wish to state in very cursory terms, a few legal points, which, probably, your Honor will deem so clear, as to decide upon them instanter, or rule, according to your opinion in summing up to the as- sessors. If, in the event of your Honor not making up your mind so readily upon those points, then a verdict may be found for the plantiffs, and those points reserve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

v - . ' .Engineer's Office; August 3, 1825. r§ LENDERS will be received' at -this Oflice, up to . -?- the 20th of the present Month, from persons.de. euous «-f contracting to supply Government with Two Hundred Thousand Bricks, to be delivered at tlio New Hospital at Liver poot^aud subject to, approval. .^ ? ._ '._.„_,„: . ^ TWIOW. AT GROSE FARM, AND. TO BE SOLD . J-.^l on account of Government, Two Hundred, ami Thirty Fat' Wethers. ? ' ?'- -'' '-'\ ?'??' ''''.?. .Tenders for the above wijl be received at the Office of the Chief Engineer- r '[..'. ? ?' Commissariat Ofpicej Sydnev^ Aug. 3, 1825. WEST INDIA RUM.— Wanted, for the Supply of His Majesty's .Magazines, FIFTY PUNCHEONS OF WEST INDIA RUM. . .Persons; desirous of Supplying ^the Whole,, or any Part of this Quantity, are requested to send Proposals, to this 'Office, by Twelve o'Cloclc of Friday the Twelfth Current, endorsed ' Tender of Rum.' _- ',T|je .Spirits will be received as they lie in the Bonded Stores. The ;Over Proofs t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARLOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARLOTTE The brig Amity arrived yesterday morning, bring     ing the passengers, crew, &c . of the Royal Charlotte, which was wrecked 12 days after leaving Sydney Cove, whence she sailed the 12th of June, on Frederick Reef— so named from its being discovered by the ship of that name in 1812. The Chief Officer and Dr. Nesbitt, with 12 others, got into the long boat, and after 21 days cruise made Moreton Bay, and the Amity was immediately sent to the assistance of those on board the ship, which fortunately did not go to pieces. The Amity had narrowly escaped being wreck ed on the same reef. Full particulars next week.   ! ;^A trib?e of natives^ it is said, have .been discovered at the distance of 5 or, GOO miles up the river Bris bane. T;hey are nearly white, clothed in skins, and superior to all the other known natives of New Holland.

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BUSHRANGERS. Newcastle, Thursday evening, Aug. 4, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

BUSHRANGERS. Newcastle,. Thursdav evening, Aug. 4, 1825. I have. much satisfaction in informing you that the desperadoes who have given so much annoyance, at Wallis and Paterson's Plains, are at length taken.— ^ Their names are as follows :— Laurence Cleary (Cap- tain of the gang) Aaron Price,. Patrick Clynch, and Patrick Reily alias Reiby, all government servants to   Mr. V. Jacob. Also, another vagabond, whose name, is unknown,. but who it is said, has recently, deserted from Mr.Mudie's farm and joined the others. It appears that information had been lodged with Mr. Scott the resident Magistrate at Patrick's Plains, that these fellows had got into his district, whereupon he called out all those whom he could immediately com mand, and putting himself' at their head, they, with the assistance of some black natives, soon, got on the track of the bushrangers, and'fortunately fell in with them the day before yesterday. . They were discovered; and. taken without -resistance...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

PUBLIC NOTICE, WANTED, A PERSON TO FILL THE SITU ATION of Superintendent of Carpenters far the boys at Ca) tcis' Barracks. Tenders, will he received for tliv- situation until the 9.2d instant. They must specif y the qualijuations of the individual iendeting, as also the amount of the sttlai y for uhich he will undertake the duties. Sealed Tendeis, endois'd ' Tender for the Situation of Car penter, at Carters' Barracks,' to be sent JO the Colonial Secretary's Office. ' August 10, 1825. ? ? ? | ? _. ALL CLAIMS ON 'ME FRENCH SHIPS OF. War, -now in this Harbour, for Articles fur nished directly, or through the Medium of this De partment, are to be presented to Deputy Assistant Commissary General Radford here, on or before^ Wednesday next the Seventeenth Current. Commissariat Office, Sydney, 'Aug. 10, 1825. i . _ — ? .? ? ? * ? ' . t ? ? Supreme Court- , , , ' ' Sheriff's Office, AWgust 11, 1825 « , Payne v. Bacon. TO BE SOLD BY AUpTION, BY DI RECTION of the Sheriff, 'this clay, at eleve...

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CORONER'S INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 August 1825

CORONER'S INQUESTS. A Coroner's inquest was held on Tuesday last, at   Hill's Tavern, Hyde Park, upon the body of Michael McNamara, who came to his death under the following circumstances. It appeared in evidence, that the de ceased was a servant in the employ of Mr. Redman, in George-street, and had been requested to take a horse to some distance. On the way, the animal became restive, and at length threw his rider, whose head un fortunately came in contact with a post, by which ac cident his brains were utterly dashed out. The Jury returned a verdict — Accidentally killed by falling from a horse.                             Another Inquest was held on the same day, at the   sign of the Golden Lion Public-house, Harrington-       street, u...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HOME STROKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

A HOAIE STROKE; ThelateDr. Busby, .when cliapluin (o the forces quartered at Dover, was one afternoon delivering a discourse from the' eighth coininandiuent, in ..tvhich' he animadverted on the sad con'sp quences of stealing. ' It is,' said lie, ' such an ungentlemanly, beggarly thing for a soHier to steal. Not, my beloved brethren, 'that I Avould tax any'of you wilh-the comuiibsion of so foul a sin. No,1 God forbid 1 though J, have lost a pair of boots, and several other things since this regiment was stationed on the Heights!'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET RETURNS. (AUGUST 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

MARKET RETURNS. (August/ 11.) No. of Bush. sold.\ ? ? .«-?'-'? ' ..' ' -£ ' s. ? d. ' -.144 . . '_ H. ? sold at per Bush. O-« 12 0 '20 -, -' - . - - 0-11 3 :-2rr- ... ?-...-.-.- ,-,.. : o ir o 231 ' ' - - ? - - 0 10 0 69 .- ^ ' ','-096 ' 150 . ? - .- - -.- -,0 93 131 .- - ' .- . ' _ 0 9 0 .16 . . * - - - ? -i 0 8 6 30,v - ? '. - . ; .. o 8 0; Average Pi ice of Wheat - ? 0 10 3 '? JMttb of maize ? .i. 0 -4, '4 ...' '.TJjtlo of Barley ' - 0 .4 0 Fine Flour 35s. per cwt. ' Seconds do.'1 fits.1 do.' ' - Potatoes', 4s. 6d. per cwt. — Fowls?' 3s. Od. per couple Butter, 2s. 8d.'per-lb.— Kggs; Is. Sd. per dozeu v Cheese, Is. 3d. perlb. ? Assizc'price ofbread sevenpence' halfpenny per. leaf. Stlling price'scvenpence to eightp'ence halfpennv-.'

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A NEW ZEALAND CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

A NEW ZEALAND, CHIEF. In the Urania,' Captain Reynolds, which arrived at Liverpon from Buenos ; Ay res, came passengers a' King or Chief of one of the islands of New Zealand. The Urania, en her voyage from Calcutta to -the west coast of South America, passed through Cook's Straits. A great number of. natives came off' in' theirca nocs to the ship,' and headed by this Chief, were permitted to come on board. The Captain, not over pleased with the conduc*. of his' visitors,, soon desired the King, to order -his subjects ( n shore, fearing that these cannibals might, if 'suflVred to remain on board,* take a liking to himself and crew* overpower them, 'and ' feast on the bodif-s of tbe slain ! They willingly obeyed the command of' their liege lord, and returned in their canoes. His Majesty', however,' when Captain Reynolds wished him lo follow; his subjects expressed an anxious desire to remain on' board, and to proceed with him to England, of' which, he said, he had heard' many wonderfu...

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