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MARKET RETURNS.—(SEPT. 22) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (Skpt. 22.) The arrivakojT wfceat at the market, this day, lias been very moderate ; \vjffijar'n!ppeared of fine quality met a very ready sale at'nn advance of Gd. per buslie/. The trade, on tlie whole, 5& corfainlv better. i*Bnrlev and maize continue improving in value, owing to a scanty1 supply ai mantci. uais, ?lui.iy su^im. «usi.. week's prices . * s- ]-{o. of J3ush. sold. . c£ J- ? d. 00 * - - sold nt per Bush. O 11 O SO - - ~ -? - ' - O '10 6 ' 40 - - . , , '- 0- 10 3 SO ''-'.I -', - O 10 O UO . ' - - ? ? - O 0 10 Average Piice of Wheat - . , O 10 . 4 - ? ,. . Ditto of maize - ~- 0-4 6' t Ditto of Barley - - 0 4-6. Ditto' of Oats - O 4 O . . . . Fine Flour 35s. per cwt. « ?; , Second* do. 32s. dp. Potatoes, 4s. Od. 'per cwt. — Fowls,, 3s. Od. per couple j Ducks 5s. per ditto — Geese lls. per ditto ? ' : ]Jutter, 2s. 6d. p'cr lb. — Eggs, Is. Od. per dozen Cheese, ls.'ld. per lb. . ' ' . Assize price of bread sevenpence per loaf. _ ^* . , ? ' Selling pri...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIFE IN THE BRICKFIELDS; OR FEMININE RECREATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

LIFE IN THE miLCKPUSLDS,; rORj FEMININE -RE^RBATIONS:^! .-?: I ?': Sunday morning last, at peep -of. day, several' per sons' from the residences- on the Race Course, Brick fields, &c. .assembled ,oi{ a spot of ground- .suitable iMinnirli ior^vitnessins-. a uulJev haulev match between. two Ladies of the fancy; the one a towny, and, the other of currency worth.' Their .names were -Kate — , and Betty — t the meeting- was to decide ,an?old grudge about a favorite, who shewed at the scene of action. Time was originally intended toxhaye~been? kept by nob'- work; but happily as 'luck would 'Have it, a swell drew 'out,, his thimble and .handed., it, to the.time1 keeper,- together with a few cas-?rs,'and' -the combatants being provided with seconds and umpires, peeled- for, the business of the morning. Tediojufs it would be to' enumerate , the. rouncls of. this, beautiful scratch ; suffice it to say, that it lasted about1 fifteen, minutes! and' really, a slashing game -fight it - vra...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREAKING OUT OF SYDNEY GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

BUEA*KING- OUT OF SYDNEY GAOL. 'A very spciohs attempt, winch tliroatened to prpvij successful, was made by\,a party of- prisoners in Syd-; riey Gaol, between the hours of two a'nd three on Satur-; ,1 ,,',,,,,,,™;,,^ i,,.t fn nlYi'i'.t. iLn.'nsnaiNo. ThpV had par tially broke' off. the staples of the hasps which secure: fneir coll doors, and unscrewed the iron plate, which enabled thwn to draw back thj£bolt on the'' outside. Nine prisoners thus liberated themselves, and rushed out' froin^iieir'ce#s before any discovery of the cir cumstance was -made by the keepers or watchmen. The attention of the constables on duty at the gaol, however, was at length attracted. In resibting the1 escape they had' to contend with the most desperate characters, rendered ^loubly so 'from a sense' they en tertained of their dangerous situation. The prisoners had contrived to saw off their irons ; and, while some^ were engaged in the contest' with the turnkeys and' constables, ollrers seized this as' a f...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

Jj^Uli SALE AT THE STORES OF JONES & Mr WALKER— . Hyson Skin Tea per Phoenix; at ,^9 per_chcst. . x Sonchi Tea, equal in .flavour to hyson, at ^£B per chest ; and Souchong Tea, warranted of excellent quality and tlie cheapest tea in the market, at -£7 per chest. . . ^ ' J O(N SALE AT THE WATERLOO STORES — ? 'The Cargo of Hyson Skin .Tea ex ship John Mun'ro. Single chest ^£'8 — or 120 chests at ,£? 10s. per chest. ^Thosc persons who have the means/of purchasing at tffa above prices, wiU make' a considerable saving, as tlie wholesale pur chasers have already bought from the undersigned 8Cfc- 'or 900 chests; and, from the rapidity of its sale, it may be reasonably inferred, a rise will shortly take place. Good bodied red wine, in pipes and half pipes, at 4s. per gallon; '.with, sugar, rum, gin, and brandy, and the usual assort ment of piece goods. . . ' Cooper & Levey. ^UPERIORBRONTI PORT 'WINE, ^. By the pipe - ? ,£35 ' Bytenpipes -, ? 32 10. '. By -twenty ditto- '30 '...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERNMENT ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Ah important Government Order\which, on account of its extreme ' length, and from the lateness1 of .flic'' time it was received, we -arc unable , to give fully, though we have in. brief presented our Readers with all the information'it contains) has been issued by His Excellency ,iu pursuance of instructions from the' Lords of tlie Treasury .? This order relates' to the Co iiONiA l Fvfrn Receipts, and is to take'eflect from the 1st of. OcVoUer -next.' ' . ~ ? - It enjoins-«- * ^ ? . . - * - I.'Thb Colonial TxtEASuuER^tp tna^' up'quar terly accounts, shewing on oath the sums^ received to the public service, and the balance in their hands- — to take duplicates, one of. which to be transmitted to' England, of all vouchers in respect of their, accounts— to make distinct- statements of all 'sums, arid not to blend sums received in respect, of jdifFerent sources. ? ,2, The -Naval Officers to make up their accounts in 'like manner quarterly, testifying to their correct ne...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING DISCUSSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

nOXINft DISCUSSIONS. Like faithful hirtnrians, we suppose u;e cannot omit any of the varied incidents of the week,' with out 'giving mortal 'offence to those- who,-like to .read. - /!«lonial AT,Mvs. - We. 'therefore, put on record some af those exhibitions -which, though not exactly to onr funcy, have their friends and admirers, who ai;e not very inconsiderable in point of number. -We have no tlesirc,1 however, to ,see encouragement given to a repetition of an amusement, the obvious tendency of which is riot and disorder ;. with this, preface we-. ? proceed to our relation — ' ^ ' ' ; ' At an' eftrly hour on Saturday morning 1^;-^ set-to ( for a purse of ten'guineas aside, took place* in -a'patl- dock about four miles from Sydney, between George Glow, a ' Brummagem cove,' and William Murphy, a county, of Kerry boy. . The Mill lasted forty-five, minutes ;' during1 which fifteen well contested rouncls .? were fought. ? Paddy liatl decidedly the 'bcsM: of'; the . three -first rounds, a...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PETITION OF HANNIBAL M'ARTHUR, ESQ [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

PETITION OP IIAKN-I13AL M'ARTIJUR; RSQ ? ;To His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbrtne,. K. C. B. Captain s.. General and Governor in Chicf.of 'New' South' Wales and ' its Dcpeiiduiicifcs, &c. &c. &c. .. ?- . ?? . J The humble petition of Hannibal Macarthur. :mnst.*r-»n»nir..ii.. slicwcth — ? - . ' , * ' . .? Thafyour Excellency's Petitioner h'as heard, by common \e. port, that an A^ct of Indemnity is to be submitted lo the hoiiqia blo the legislative council,' for tlie purpose of relieving ilic'iifa~ gisiratcs from thefurthcr .consequenccs/of the criminal prosecu tions now instituted against those who are or have been altaclicd lo the Parraiiihl.ta bench. - That your Petitioner,,having been ti magislralR of the Pura nintla boncli for sevurnl years, during the administration of His Excellency the - late major General 'Mncquarie, and for ,i short time under jour Excellency's government, hns been suhjecteil lo several unfounded accusations advanced upon a system of r...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CASE OF DOWNES AND CARROL; OR, THE VINDICATION OF THE REV. SAMUEL MARSDEN. To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

THE .CASE OP DOWNES AND CARROL'; ', . ' OR, , ' . THE VINDICATION OF THE -REV. SAMUEt '?? ' .-SIARSDEN. .-? ,. ? To the Liilitors of the Australian. Gentllmen, '-Thougli my character' has been most grossly- vilified by va rious', anonymous', papers published, in thu Sydney Gazette; yet'I had no intention to notice these ciituniuies Ihrough the niCdiuin of: the public Dress, but to inticl them in another ouar ter at a proper time!; yot, from thu statements in the last week's GaKcttc, tlie subject of accusation against me -has assumed a' more serious .character, which induces me to submit a few plain facts, from which an impartial public' may form its own judg ment on the case. alluded to, viz. that of John Downes and Hugh Carroll.- ..On the Oth inst. 1 Received the ibJhnvitig coinimmica tion from- the Attorney General, with respect to the first case, which appears to have occurred more than ten'y.enrs ago ; I shall bii ready. to meet lhat charge whenever the Attorney General tuny thi...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

SYDNEY RACES: The September Meeting commenced this day rather inauspiciously, on account of fhe gloomy appearance of the morning, and also on account of some mal- arrangements in regard to the entering of horses. All things considered, however, the Races proceeded on very well. It is to be hoped, that persons in future who   wish to enter their horses for the various Stakes will avoid deferring this necessary step for making-up a Race to the last moment, when nothing but disap- pointment ensues to all parties. But we are young in the Colony in respect to these sports, and will, no doubt, improve progressively, as we become initiated in its pleasant mysteries, and begin to confer on the Colony the advantages of having good horses. Our dignitaries of the Church should be well mounted — our officers should have gay animals beneath them to shew off with —our gentry are becoming rich--they want good carriage horses--Hacks too are in great request; but neither' s the Bishop's...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extract from the Marriage Register of St. Matthew's, Windsor [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

Extract from the. Marriage Register ofSt. Matthew's,   Windsor   -No- 339 — 'George cox and Eliza Bell, of clarendon, were married in this church by special license, this twenty-seventh day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two by me. Samuel Marsden, Senior Chaplain this marriage was solemnized betwee us, G. Cox, Eliz. Bell In pretence of - John Wylde, Judge Advocate, NSW, Wm     cox, senior magistrate of these districts, A. Bell, JPH cox,     Wm. Cox, jun. and Maria Bell. ' Certified to be correct; - John Cross assistant chaplain, Windsor. - Windsor, September 19, 1825   These are to certify, that the Rev. Samuel Marsden left my house on the 29th of June, 1922, being Saturday, to perform divine service at Portland Head on Sunday the 30th; and that he returned lo Windsor on monday evening the 1st day of July, accompanied by his daughter Jane, and called at ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

        GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SEPT. 28, 1825 THE Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr.   John Webb, Clerk to the Bench of Magistrates   Bathurst.             By His Excellency's Command, F. GOULBURN.             PUBLIC NOTICES. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SEPT. 28, 1825   FIFTY POUNDS REWARD, OR A PARDON. FIFTY POUNDS are hereby offered to any per- son apprehending and securing a man of the name of Storey, who is stated to have committed many aggra- vated outrages in the neighbourhood of Bathurst. Should the individual apprehending this Felon be a prisoner himself, the above reward, at his election, will be commuted for a Condi- tional Pardon.     By Command of the Governor...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1825. SIR [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

Sydney. September 8, 1825. Sir,   Before 1 make an application in the- Supreme Court-for you to sho.w cause why a jvrit of certiorari should not issue to bring up the proceedings in the following cases, on a charge, of the pu nishment ordered bcinc' illccal. I think, it mv dutv'to state to yoirmy intention to do so, 'you do not give me reason to alter it. I have no'authority by my'oflice to require a reply from you on thesubject, but usually I give to parties liable to accusation an opportunity of staying .proceedings if they think proper to use it.             The cases are, that of ____ Parsons, sentenced on the 5th of     April, 1815 to receive 25 lashes every Saturday, and also to do his government work until the remainder of certain property, proved to be stolen, should be returned.     .And those of John Downs and Hugh Carroll, ordered ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times. ) We arec happy to announce, that by a clause in the Act of Par- liament, for the establishment of the "Tasmaniau Company," a   certain portion, of their capital is to be appropriated to loans upon laud, whereby much accommodation and relief will be af- forded to the landed proprietary.               We are sorry to announce the death of that fine youth, master Edw. Sorell, in consequence of an inflammation in the chest. The blue gum of these colonies fetched from 8 to £10 per   load; cedar in plank from 6 1-2d. to 8d. per foot; and in log from 4d. to 7d.     English woollen cloths had advanced 50 per cent. and iron 60. Rum has advanced 25 per cent, owing to a partial failure of the crops in the West Indies.       The circumstances relative to Dr. Bromley...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 September 1825

A ridiculous rumour has been current during the last week or two, that an intention existed on the part, of the Council to pass an Act of Indemnity, to pro tect such of the Miigristracv' as ma-v' have' heretofore authorised'. the infliction of iJlegal punishments from the consequences of legal inquiry and prosecution.— Though we have not the highest possible opinion of the wisdom and policy of some of the measures that have emanated* from the Council, though we have or. t casionally stieivn- good grounds for_ quesjioninif tie -' super-excellence of the Acts which, they hare pro mulgated ; yet our credulity has not acquired such an accession of faith even by* what we have seen then; i do as to j) lace cither implicit or even any-reliance on a report, the verification of which would prove our Le gislators to be more indiscreet, and render them more criminal than those who-may- be shewn to have been the. most cruel of scourgers. We speak of* this report as one of -the innumerable repor...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 October 1825

the Australian SYDNEY,' OCTOBER- 6, 1325. '- .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 October 1825

SHIP NEWS. Arrived,- on Saturday last, the. ship Abgafis, Capt. Smith, from-Canton, whence she sailed on the 25th of May. 3SS24 chests of tea(chiefl.y black), 800 bags of sugar, and sundries Passenger. Mr. Inch's, of the East India Company's service. On Monday, from the Hawkesbury river, the brig tarne,L.apt. ,Cromarty, with a cargo of blue. gum planks. ( I1 'On Sunday-last sailed , the schooner Prince Regent, Captain Salmon, 'bound to the wreck of the ship Valetta, whence she will proceed 'with the crew of that vessel to .Calcutta. ' ?;On Monday, the Government brig' Amity, Capt. Brown, for Norfolk Island; with stores and prisoners. ' 'Yesterday the ship Phoenix, Cap*. Francis Dixon. This, ves-_ ' sel, 'since her return to port in distress, has undergone a complete repair. She proceeds with her former carg^o of colonial produce to. London direct. Passengers, 'sirs. Dixon and child, Drs. ' Goodsirand Davis, R.N. Dr. ai'Donalr^ air. and Mrs. Duncan and 3 children, air. S. Nolbrow,.Mr...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 October 1825

This is our Fifty' Second Number. In taking's, retrospective glance at our past performances — though' we have every reason to -congratulate, ourselves on their general tenor — we do not feel disposed to bestow the most 'unqualified approbation on the whole of them. The political discussions and the misccllaner ous articles shavc embraced a wide range of subjects; ' and matters involving the deepesj interests of the Cor lony have come under ..our review. In the. course of our reasonings,' we ihave invariably consulted one ob ject — the instruction of our readers — the prosperity of the people — uniformly adhered to -one principle — In- dependence. There have been times when our poli tical articles, partaking of the warmth of -feeling we experienced at the time we wrote, and expressing faithfully the Tforrest ardor of our minds, have' been tinctured with a degree of acerbity which in our coolest moments we have not altpgether approved of. For this' we take ? to - ourselves blame — th...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(SEPT. 29) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 October 1825

. MARKET. RETURNS.—CScpt, 29j) There hns been a good supply of grain, inPgener/il, hi lhe market this day for'sale, by land carriage. 'The wheat trade is,, however, tolerably brisk 'for superfine parcels, which readily command last week's pfices. Barley is also taken off for ship ment on raihef.bettcr terms, owing to, the great scarcity 'of that article at the, Dement. ? Maize and oats maintain steady prices. No. of JBjush. sold. ' . ,£- s. d. 30 ? - ?- - . sold at per Bush. 0 12 ()? 40 , ? v - -? ' - - - . - 0 11 9' ?' 14 - - ' .- 0 i 11 6* 70 ., - - ? , - - - 0 11 0 9, :- *- ? -, -, 0 10 C fi7 ? - - ;.-['?- . o'io o 49. -.-'.-,,_ _ 0,96' 34 .- - - ? . - 0.^9 0' ' -7, ? * , - ? - , v. -. -' 0 8 6, - 68 ?; ' . - - . -\ - ?.' ,0 8 0' - , 12 ;. ?-,'_. , - 0 .'5 '6 * ' i -Average Price ofAVheat - 0 9 8 '_ J)itto of maize - » - - ? ? 0 4 9 , Dillo of Barley ', ., . - _0 4 0 '' Ditro of Oats ? ?' - 0 4 3 ' Fine Flour 35s. per cwt. ' s Seconds do. 32s. do. ' '- 1 Potatoes, Ss. Od..per cwt...

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 — 6 October 1825

To the Editor of the Australian. ? (SlRr. ' , ~ . ' ? ' ?,,'?*' j . A few day s since I perused, a paragraph in your much admired Paper, which states tlm't the bushrangers in the vicinity of New castle and Hunter's River, were traced to a brush hear the farm of. Mr. Gory, sen. and, that they were pursued by Capt. Frank land, Mr. Bougbton, and Me K. Glory. The fact is; Mr. Frank land has .a farm adjoining Mr. Cory's, and JV/r. E. Glory's farm, and was called on by the former tojpursuc the bushrangers, but declined following them, stating he had a family — however, i hey were pursued by Mr.' Cory, who has a family of eight children, Mr. E. Glory, his son, and Mr. Boughton, unfortu nately without success,— Sept. 20, 1825. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT. (Monday.) Writ of Certiorari—Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 October 1825

?SUPREME COURT. (Monday.): Jfrit of Certiorari — Quarter Sessions. \j\\ u\e motion or xvir. wentworth, stating- that se veral indictments had been removed from, the Quarter Sessions into the Supreme Court, and praying' that the Court would prescribe sonio course of proceeding' upon sucn indictments in trie supreme toiirt,«» - ? . .The Chief Justice said, that the Court could not lay down any rule of practice : as the proper mode of proceeding was rather to be considered as a deduction from »thc principles of law, than as falling within a rulc.of practice. He felt, however, the less difficulty; in stating his opinion iipon the proper course to be pursued in cases of indictments removed from the Ses sions into the Supreme Court, as from the peculiar structure of the Court, no case in point would be found in the books ; and, it was not unfrequent for the Courts in Englamd,' in former times, as appeared by the early reports, to intimate what would be their opinion under supposed circums...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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