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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. ? Sir, ammadversions which seem to be intended for the pur pose of throwing unjust reflections upon a. highly rc ?t ? *^i«, ««n«..li of Mairistrates, in -a paper signed '.-'Orion.' I have, from a;persoual knowieugc or an tlie'-circumstanccsattending the case of Ring, to which 'he alludes, takwi the liberty of troubling you with a C*!0oci6c.»iuteinent, T,hich I trust for the credit of tliuse ««htienien, who are thus unjustly .impugned will.ob ^in a iiHcm in your Pa.) *-'? B»nff *ras a paipter apd 'fixAkt *»d .(tfnployie ^d by Mr, «.. .Fiugerajd i« tli^ rapacity at his Wise in ^Tindsor; while lie rru so employed, some cloth gaiters, money, shirta, &c^ were-stolpn from out ofa rooui to which. Kiiifr had acr cess; suspicion was naturally 'excited, and .TTuig was consequently apprehended, and on searching ItjnjrV box, a shirt was found which was identified by Mrs. Fi'zgerald, and two others were found in the posses sion of a semstress, to whom Rin...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

Olk SuDScmui ns arc requested not to pay Bills to tho Persons Yvbo deliver \\\*n ^ovrsptipcrl. THE AU§®5a1J5N SYDXEY, ALT-JLTSlrTai 1S25. -

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

The question respecting- the Duties was very fully argued on Saturday last in the Supreme Couit.^ The Chief Justice defeired^iving- judgment until next Satmdav, in' order to take timctfor luatiue considera , ion of thcniany and. complicateij points which the vafious arguments in lolve. ' .' . IVc find' it npcessary7 to7be 'continually recurring' to that cxhdusfless subject, Bushianging and the Police Establishment 'of '(lie-Colony.1 ' It'''has become indeed a Btdt^ding.dish, and oup/Ue^dcis have eveiy pioffjiect of seeing it remain in their weekly.Bill of. Fare, i\n. less the Gove'inment of the .Colony, become at last 'roii3ed*l»y'faets a'ti'd observations which are sufficiently strikinff, to, louse the most .'inert,' the most indifferent. We, are unwiUing 'to .imagine that; .the delay in adopt ing'properf moasuies-'for, the safety and projection of the 'Colonists, .is the rcsult'of inattention or neglect. — The continuance, however, ot the ? present stdte ol things in' all 4itts_de...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

Sjfr ; FOR SALE, AT-CANTERBURY FAHM, 7 MILES FROM Sydnev, about Twenty-five Tons of excellent HAY. ' ? . -. ' A liberal allowance and credit will bo-given .by taking the whole, on liberal terms. - . Appjy tojai'nes Greenwood, overseer ; or to the proprietor, ^ Robert Campbell. Cnmpbcll's What/, Sydney, July 1, 1825. MRS. piLLON, 20, Pitt sreet,. has for SALE, a - .variety, of goods, by the latest 'arrivals; con sisting of ladies fine straw, bonnets, trimmed and untrimmed '; black and drab beaver riding hats ; men and boy's seal .skin caps ; hlack square shawls and, veils, stays, both v lute and coloured; fancy, -lriped leuoec, for window' or mosvheto en tains ; fine shirting nnd'Scotch cambric, book, mull, and cambric -muslins, cotton stockings of every quality, fine flannel and corded dimity, ell nnd.yard wide prints, .plaids and stuffs, cheap calico, English check and haberdashery, lace arid licl quilling, fine huckaback, diaper and damask table linen, woike^l and flounced dresses...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSHRANGE S. To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

BUSHRANGE S.   To the Editors of the Australian. The very lively interest which appears in your valueable Journal respecting the neglected state of the Districts of Hunter's River, with regard to the inefficiency and insuffienciency both of the Military and Police, as also of Magistrates, for the protection of the settlers and the security of their properties, induces me to trouble you with the following statement of facts, which have lately occurred.                       Mr Scott, a most active magistrate, understanding the bush rangers were in his neighbourhood, armed some of his servants, with whom, and some soldiers, accompanied also by Mr Archi- bald Bell, went in pursuit of them, and after three days fatiguing walk through the scrubs and over rocks, succeeded in capturing the whole of the party who had robbed Messrs. Hicks...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. HOUSE OF COMMON'S. USURY LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

.ENGLISH NEWS. house of coataroS's. USURY LAWS. Lnn'Vng the l'aruamentary. sessions or last year i Bill to repeal the Usury' ??Laws passed the House o: Commons, but was lost iii'the Lords.' .The BiW'wdi revived during the prosont Session, and the following are the discussions which took place, when. Mr. Sergeant Onslow moved' the order of the day for the second reading- of tile Usury Laws Repeal Bill, Air. Calorait opposed the motion, and said the great saperabju.nd.ince of capital in the country was a strong argument in favour of thc'ojd laws on this subject. — Restrictions were not always neoessarily\injus*. ; The building1 laws -in London were equally, an interference with the free disposal of a man's property, with the ~Usury~L~awV. ~Thc' laws against gaming- houses were also a violation -of tTicygeneral principle, and yet both of these cases, w.ere very salutary transgressions of the right of property*, , Ar the, present time there wa^'no particular want of money, and no'Legisl...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART TOWN NEWS. SUPREME COURT. (TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1825.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

HOBART TOWN MEWSi SUVUEMK COURT. CTUrSDAT. Jl'lY 26, 1825.') Tlic King v. I\Ir. Andrew Bent, for a Libtl. . The nrformaUoivcOnsibtcd of fi* e cuirlits : tlie first wm for corn^ posing, printing, nnd publishing, a false, scandalous, nnd iim/i CKHiSfLibcl of nnd concerning Lieut-. Governor Arlliur, published in llie HcihartTown Gazette of the 8th of Oct. I8'i4.' a*Yollows': £Uic Hobart Towm (ja^ette and Van^Dicincit a Land Advci User. — Equally pusillanimous, equally repreiion&ible, aretlic as sumptions of a false claim, and .Jim abandonment of a jnit one Witli,dccision, thqn'forc, »e have chosen to ruMst vvliat vas ju risurudenUalliy_eAtfiilaUL0jas_!\.i'S)5t_'^ unw .1 Fronted invasiuu' o; our uglit fo the idle Proprieloislup of tlnsGn^ette; niu)~, (baiiks most profaimd.y permanent, to that hallowed spirit of British Jua- die, winch animated Sir Thoiiias Brisbane, our resistance lin« been consccralid l-y a perfect triuinpli.' We knew, yen Kwell w{ knew, by confident, ir;rene, ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

'I ANNO SRXTO ' GEORGII IV. RR(J1S. Cy°ir»Or ?By Wi* Excellfncy Sir Thomas Urishsine, K. C. B. - ? . 'Governor of the Colon v of New Stmth Wales, Sci-. &c &c, with the advice of the Council. t'An Act to 'authorise the uppointingvnf an additional ) Judge in - , ? the Court of New South Wales.] - ., . . [August 17, 18*5. , WHEREAS it it necessary th'at praoiaion' be)nads without delay far tlie appointment of an jxd ditionul Judge in tie Supreme Court in New Smith '.Wales. Note therefore be it enacted by His Ficellencyfthe Governor nf the sail colony, with the advice 'of the Council, that it shall be lawful jar the said Governor, by commission finder the Great Seul of the said colony, to appoint some Jit anil proper person to he an addititmnl Juilpe of the said Court. andthe xuid additional Judge^hall exercise inch hisflflice, either; without or in conjunction with the Chief Jus tice of the said Cow t. and shall have and exeicise all the jurisdic tion', powers, aud auth...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARLOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARLOTTE. Last week we briefly mentioned the loss of this fine ship on Frederick's Reef, on her passage to India. The following are     further particulars, which have have been communicated to us by a gentleman who was on board, and which will be found interesting : —       At a quarter before ten in the evening of the 20th of June, while running under close reefed topsails, at the rate of 9 knots per hour, the ship struck upon a reef of rocks, the sails were instantly thrown aback, but without effect. She feel down upon her larboard beam end and struck violently, while the breakers         raked her fore and aft, and frequently knocked the men down at the pump, but happily at that time no lives were lost. The mizzen mast was cut away for the purpose of lightening the ship, as         a faint...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM A POEM ABOUT TO BE PUBLISHED [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 18 August 1825

FRO.M A POEM 'ABOUT TO BE VUBIASHED, There nrb tears my belo\cd, ' i In butCMiefcs shed ; 4 ' ,,.*T'» Bui few Iihic been uiovcd, ' *-* Such sad drops of borrow as burst Jrora my Heart, ? - ZuhL'ka, Zudeka ! .this hpur we must part f *, I will ponder at e\%en, On 3'un -sWirry sky, Its tint will remind me Oftliy glotty e^u; ' I \\Ul tlunk on the Itiss — on the promisft you gnve, y\nd will mingle my tears with the fuaju of Ibe wa\c. 33v the gladness and smile . _, . , , , . ' ? 'On Futurity's 1 brow ; By iii.y own native isle, ' ' Dbituly denr to me now; , .' 1m 0111 the' light of niy soul, the existence shall part, _ EreJL cease to adore thee 'all putc as thou 'art. , , iO! Umt», with its soirow, ' * ?- '** Glides slowly along — ^ ^ , , The griefs of to-morrow, - ' The no\t day prolong; '_ But a (Us shall ;\et bl-aiu, «nd a sun shall yet shine, ' That shnl'l bless time beloved — siiall hail thee as mine ! On a soft bed of roses, ' - '^ . 1 Thy head Qn my breast, t 'When tlic_summei ev...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

' ' We hare accidentally learnt that tha persons in onr emploj roent on distributing Bills forTna Australian in Sydnej, are in the habits of making an impertinent request for Onn San scntBEna to call at the Office to pay them. This practice has been adopted -without onr authority, and unless it suit tha con renience of our Sydney Friends to step into the Office at any time when passing, we by no means wish them to pay their Sub scriptions except when called upon for that purpose. We are particularly desirous of correcting the misconduct of ;any one in our Establishment ; onr Friends will therefore confer onus a great favor by apprising n« of every cause of complaint. THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, AUGUST 25. 182S.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(AUGUST 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (August 18.) The supply of wheat at the Market, this day, for sale, was .tolerably large, and consisted chiefly of .a superior description ; but, owiitg to an. impression arno'ng the buyers that a consider able arrival mav be shertlv exnecled. tho trade was .exceedingly dull. /.Sonic (few sales were efl/ected towards the^ close otv me ' market, at a reduction of Is. to «ls. 6d. per bushel from Jast week's prices. Maize and bailey. are a trifle cheaper. The de . mand for. oats being fully adequate to the supply, that article fully supported our last -quotations . . No. of Bush, sold. . ' k £ s. d. ' -, 1o . -' . -'' sold at per Bash. Oil 6 . 03 - - ' -''? *0 11 .. 0 ' 310 - - - -? '? - .0 10 0 '~ -X77- ,- - - - 096 - -^111 ? . - ' 0 9 0 S'2- - -' -' - - 0*3 .6 . 3 ' ' ' . -- , - ' 0 8 0 -$P -' ' Average Price of Whe'aft ' -. - O 9 X5 %v. , ? '?_ * JJitt'o of maize -' 0* 4 6 ~ Ditto of Barley -- ' - 0 5 0 ' ' . ? Ditto of Oats ? -- - - 0 5 0' Tine Flour 32s. per cwt.'...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

SHIP NEWS. Yesterday arrived from the Eastern Islands, the bark Lynx, Captain Sibrell ; lading, cocoa nut oil and arrow root. She   brings up- the Captain and part of the crew of the ship Bridges,   sperm whaler, belonging to Davis and Co. of London, which ves-       sel was lost at the Marquisas, with 750 barrels of oil ; had one man killed in a skirmish with the natives.         On Thursday last arrived the ship Norfolk, Captain Alexander Greig, with 178 male prisoners ; two having died on the passage. She sailed from Portsmouth ou the 18th of April, and came di- rect. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Hamilton, R, N. The guard consists of 33 rank and file, of the 57th regt. under the orders of Lieutenant Brown.                   Same day arrived the brig Ne...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 24, 1825 EARL BAT-HURST- lias been pleased to appoint Henry Grattan Douglass, Esquire, Clerk of tin Legislative Council for New South Wales and its Dependencies ' By His Excellency's. Command, f. goulburn, Coloniai. Secretary's Officer Aug. 24, 18 '25 THE Governor has been pleased to approvo oi the following Appointment :— Jn the District of. Pcnritb,' James .Walker, ship Asia, to b- Constable and JDeputy Gaoler in tJio room of Malonc, dismisscc for improper conduct — To bear date the 24th ultimo. By His Excellency's Command, . . F. GbuLnuRN; ? ' Engineer's Office, Aug. 25, 1825. TENDERS will be received at this Office vp to. tht ? jirst. day - of September, from Persons desirom cf 'contracting' for-making an' Iron' llailittg to go round the.Neu Watch House, Sydney, according to apian tb lie seen at this Office. 'N.B. — -The Irofii : to be furnished by Government. .' - .'? - Engineer's Office, Aug. 13, 1825. TENDERS, I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

BUSHRANGERS. (Extract of a Letter from Newcastle, dated the 19th inst.) " We have lost all traces of the banditti now at large. Lieut. Owen returned to Newcastle yesterday, having been recalled from the pursuit of them, by orders from head quarters, directing him to join his own company (light infantry) at Port Macquarie. He will leave this place universally regretted ; he is both a gentleman and a soldier. Lieut. Wright succeeds him. The two fellows who were of the supper party at   Mr. Winder's farm, and who were subsequently cap-   tured by Mr. Scott, have just taken their passage to Sydney in the cutter Mermaid, fully committed for trial.         The wife of Mr. Jacob's overseer was not compelled to accompany the men into the bush; their restraints over her were limited to her presiding at the tea table at their last visit to the farm. It was their intention to have flogged her husband, but he took to ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

MORTGAGED PROPERTY. THOSE VALUABLE PREMISES ,IN PARRA MATTA, formerly the residence of Mr. Nash, and known by the Sign of the Hawkesbury Seltler-~comprising above an acre'of groiind, with three separate dwelling houses thereon, one of which is sufficiently commodious for an 'inn. This jprnperfy was bought of Mr. Nash in T822, by William Watkins, for jflOOO sterling. Any person disposed to purchase 'tho ab'ove mentioned premises, can have 'an extended credit for ihy claim', which is }£6Q0 T paid to Mr. Nash, the same bearing, interest from 1822, at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum. . ' N.'B. — Jt is required that the purchaser should bring an' oritler from 'Mr. Watkin's, -specifying that \hb. has. sold the. premises to' A. or B. on condition -of their paying my claim, as above mentioned.' . ' ? - - ( ? S. : Levey. AINE AND RAMSAY HAVE FOR SALE A STOUT GIG, with Har'ness complete, suited to up-country Settlers, which will be sold cheap. OR SALE,' two excellent BROOD MARES. _Thoy are ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DUTIES. SUPREME COURT. (AUGUST-22, 1825.) Raine and Ramsay v. Piper. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

THE DUTIES. SUPREME COURT. (August- 22, 1825.)' Raine and llamsuy v. Piper. ' DECISION OF THE COURT 1'ER CHIEF JUSTICE. This is an action of trover to recover the value of a quantity of tobacco detained in the King's Stores by the defendant, who acts as Naval Ollirpraml Collector of the Iievenne. as a spcnriiv for theTpaymcnt of certain duties. A verdict for the plaintiffs has been. taken by consent, subject to the opinion of the Court upun.a special case, stated_ by the parties. Before. I give my opinion upon the points at issue, I will briefly review the lending facts of tlitivcasc. The plaintiffs are the proprietors of the «o bacco,.\vhich is the subject of the present action ; the defendant is Naval Officer of New South Wales — his appointment having been .signified by a government order in 1814, and continued by his Excellency' the present Governor, upon his assuming the ad ministration of the Colony. Ever since his appointment the defendant has received the duties on all impor...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 25 August 1825

By the latest arrivals from Great Britain we are enabled- to furnish our Readers with such articles of intelligence, as were worth being culled from the English Newspapers, which we hare received nb to the day of- tho Norfolk's sailing. The Politics of England are, as usual, dull and monotonous. - The Continental Powers of Europe, vie. Austria, Russia,. Prussia, and Prance, to whom the recognition by England of the Independence of the South Ameri can States, was any thing but palatable, it is sur mised are forming a quadruple allianco ' to watch over the tranquillity of Europe,' and to discuss the regulating principles of tliev European Courts to the exclusion of EnglahH— -thus elbowing out of their deliberations the -v^ry State capable of keeping the whole of them in a condition of fear, and trem bling. Thb Courier is -quite facetious on the occa sion, and very properly ridicules the big talk of the mighty Despots. Turkey is very uneasy at the rumours generally circulated of an int...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

BANK SHARES. fi JVY LADY OR OFKTLB1UN WISHING TO 1 dl*J-.os1e »* Sharj-sin tlie Bank of New South — — . . . ? _^__

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET RETURNS.—(AUGUST 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (August 25.) ' ? Owing to a very considerable arrival of grain from the Der .went, as also agoodsupplythereof.it the market this day by loqd carriage, the trade wns unusually dull, and very few sales 'were effected. Prime nicked samples, however, fully obtained ? last week s prices ; although put lilue or scarce any demands Iwere tuade for the jrdinary descriptions. Oats, of which there .'lias been but a scanty supply for several weeks past, is much en quired after. In other articles there is uo variation to' notice. 'tic of Bush. sold. ? . . ' ?£. ? ??«? d 28- - - sold at per Bush. 0 - II 6 ' 53 - '-?-' -,' ? - 0 11 0 ,,'50 ;..-.....,- ' . ' - -u ? - \:-- ,- o 10 6 -. 104 - - - '- - O ? 10 0 ?'_,/, n*4i ' - .-/r . ?,?;??-.?.-„ o' -.'9-,.o . J\' '- 6 -?'-'-- ' - - . O 8 0 ' * *' -i Average Price of Wheat - O 10 2 i [V. ,- Jiitto.of maize ' - 0 4 '6. '. „ ??' BiUoof Barlay -' O 5 O ,K'- * ' Fine Flour 35s. per cwt. '? '- f . . Seconds do. 33s. do. ?'» ? Potetoes,. 4s...

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