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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 October 1825

SHIP NEWS.     Arrived on Friday last, in twenty days from the coast of New Zealand, the schooner Alligator, Thomas Farley, master, with fourteen hundred fur seal skins, and two tons of flax. Oh Sainrdav tlia bark Sccifritv. Can tain A.-'lloss. ? .She left .London the 1-ltii of April, and.tue JJerwentine zowaui. -leading sundries. Passengers — Miss Bannister, Lieut. CarUr.right, Ben gal Army, Jl/rs. M'Lcod and two children, Mr. Tlioroas Turner, Mr. Thomas Smith, Mr. J, Glen, ilTi. and Mrs. Jackson, nir. and mrs. Clardci, and mi. lames .Muddle. , , / . . On Monday II M. bliip Lame, Captain I. KingUoaic, from Madras, and last from -Singapore, wheuce she sailed on the 18th of August. 1 1 Sailed on Thursday last, the slriplblin munro,' Qapt. Green, for the Iile of France. ' Passenger — mrs. Green. ' . On Friday the ship Norfolk, Capt. Greig, for Calcutta. Pas- sengers --- Major Rodber, and Captains Dick and Bland, of the E. I. Company's Service, Mrs. Dick and c...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 October 1825

CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday.) John Byron stood indicted for the wilful murder of Samuel Lupton on the 29th of May last.     Joseph Haggars stated that he saw the deceased, Samuel Lup-   ton, at a public house on the Parramatta-road, kept by one Jacob Isaacs, and that the deceased had not left the house more than fifteen minutes when the report of fire arms was twice distinctly heard; the first report was not noticed, being considered a no-   thing strange; shortly after the second discharge heard the pri-   soner's voice; prisoner said he had shot a man, and that it was   for running away from the round house with a musket; the man     was found about sixty yards from the watch-house quite dead;       saw a musket lying about fifteen feet from him; went back to the round house, where was a pistol lying on a table, which had been discharged; priso...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ALMORAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 October 1825

THE ALMORAH. ? The Almoraii liud' arrived at Madras1 (before tlie Larne left that Presidency), -and had proccciled to her 'destination, Calcutta. We' 'are informed, from nn doubted authority, that the opinion of Mr. M'Nab, the most celebrated, Counsel at'Madras, had been obtain ed, and that it lu'as decidedly in ^favoi? ^of the forfei ture1 of- the ship. Stress of 'weather, it is likely kd been the occasion of the Almorah touching1 at Madias By theiarrival of His Majesty's sloop of war, the Lurne, we have ' received Madras 'Newspapers to (lie end of July, and Singapore Newspapers to the 19th of: August. By -these- it appears that the British forces in India are pursuing1 their advantages against the Burmese' almost uninterruptedly. Several places, since the capture of Rangoon, have surrendered. Among the1 number are' Arracan, Munnipore an important station, and Doriahew. Rangoon remains in a state of tranquillity; and the Burnlesc arc re tracing their steps ihJ all' directions. .. T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECONOMY IN CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

ECONOMY IN CANDLES. .If you are without a rush-light, and wouJd burn a. candle all liight, unless you u$« the following precaution, it is ten to one nn ordinary candle will gutter away in an hour or two, sometimes to the endangering the safety of thu house. This may be avoided by placing as much comuun salt, finely powdered, as will reach from- the tallow to the bottom of the' black part of thu wick of a partly-burnt candle; when, if the same be lit. it will burn very' sjuwly, yielding a sufficient light for a bedchamber ; the stilt v ill gradually sink as tie tallow it consumed, the melted tallow being drawn through thp salt, and consumed in the wick.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

To the Editor of 'the Australian, Srn. i. he ambiguity of the advertueipSAi that an* ,«lrc»dy »p peaTud, announcing his Sxcellency Sir TnomM Bmbnne't consent to honor Ihe .Gentlemen. 6f tl» Colony with his company at dinner on the Slst inst. IihIucm me tn mvmir-T. tlironcrh the medium of youi valuable Papter, whether the propy««d'dinncr is intended as a tribute of respect from, the Public at large, or from the private friends 'of his £x^ellency. If it is tile intention of tlie Committee acting upon t(»i» occasion to convey to his Ex cellency the sentiments of the inhnbimnUnt the approaching dis solution of his connection with the Colony, T cannot refrain from expressing a regret, th«t ? more liberal line of policy is not adopted to carry the measure into effect. By the advertisement it appenrs that the company is to consist of such Gentlemen only, as the sclf-elcctcd committee of manage n»nt think proper to invite ;. -in arrangement which ennnot but tend to the exclusion of m--ny in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELVILLE ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

MELVILLE ISLAND. Itcccnl accounts from iV/olvillc Island, via Batayia, confirm the most unpleasant intelligence of that 'settlement. The arrival of the Admiral Cockburn afforded most seasonable relief. The people had suffered^ very much previously, from' the -want of Ve getables and fresh provisions. ? The schooner Speedwell, which harl gone' to the island for the purpose of trading with the Ma lays and Chinese, had been despatched, as well as' the Lady Nelson, in order to procure, provisions.: some, time prior to, the Admiral Cockburn's arrival. At that time no account had becu received of her fate.4 It was supposed therefore that she had been surprised as well as the Lady Nelson. Not a single Malay or China vessel hud bejn seen at-the island. Ityippears that the trepatig and other articles, fit for the China market are not found there. The colonists arc cjuitc deficient in seeds, particu larly those sorts fittest for the climate. The correspondent of a, mercantile house in Sydney ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

THE ATJSTRAJil^H ♦ , ,lt SYDNEY, OCTOBEnTio,. 1S25

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MARKET RETURNS. (Oct. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

arARKET ;RETURNS, (Oct. 13.) ?.-. -TJifrsupply of grain inrgeheral-nt the market this day frit 5,i I was somewhat moderate;1 '; Priiue picked 'samples' met ready '. 1 I at last week's prices, but for inferior descriptions' the trade » I rather dull. Barley and oats are much cilled fo--, and mav l' I considered improved in value. Maize maintains a steady miT In other articles there is no variation. J I Iff. No. of Bush. sold. ' X t i\ , 104 ?? ? - sold at per Bush. 0 11 n' il ' -' ' '' ' n 9 6 41 i, , - -..'., ,-m ..... °0 |{ ^ , r. Average Price of Wheat - 0 9 9 Jlitto of , maize _- ? - 0 5 0 , f , ''Dillo of Barley ., '» ~ ~'-\ '*$? q~q- ' Fine Plour 35s, ]-cr cw't.' , Seconds do.'SSs. do. ' ? .'^ v-t ^ 'S''*i Potatoes, 7s.'*0d; per cwt. — Fowls, '3s. Od. per couple Ducks 5s. per ditto — ^Geese'lOt. T)d. ppr ditto - , ' ' v fti.tjer, '-is. Od.'per Ib. — Eggs, Is. Od.vper dozen !/ ' Cheese,' 1s. Od. per Ib. -- »' - 1 Assize price of bread sevenpence per loaf. , Sblling price sixpenc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

SHIP NEWS. -Uti.J nursuay last arrivca me snip jriiiup -ivuuuhs, v/aptcii' ScarveJl, from tlie Isle of France, whence she sailed on. the ,4th of August. Lading -sugar and sundries. Pasacngers- — Mrs. Snarvclli anfl-Ooloiifl Dutnarcsn. of the 9th reet. of foot. On Friday theship Andromeda, Capt. J. Muddle. Left Eng land the 28th of April, and the Derwent the 6th inst. Lading sundries. Passengers from England, the Rev.. ? Thomas, of the Wesley an missionary society, and Mrs. Thomas ; and from the Dement, Messrs. EIH.: M. Scott, and Cturie.. ??'.-? On Saturday the government cutter Mermaid, Capt. Penson, returned from the settlement at Aforeton Bay, after an absence of six weeks and tu-o days. Passengers— lVlajor Lockyer, 57th regt. and Lieut. Miller, 40th regt. Intc commandant at Morcton Bay,, Mrs. Miller and family, and all the rest of the ciew«from the wreck of the Royal Charlotte. The en tter was only three days in getting to JYlorcton Bay, and fivein returning^ , ';'r. ? On Tuesda...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOTCH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

'SCOTCH CHURCH. A memorial from the settlers al P,oitland 'Head tp Scotchmen ,anfl Presbyterians, and to 'Christians in general in Great Britain, for'^the purpose^ of obtaining sucli funds as 'might be' requisite fWthe support of a minister in 'that intcrestine settlement, hav .n»g been taucn to Scotland' by tlie Kevcrcnd JJr. Lang, we arc happy'to 'observe by' late 'papers from Glasgow' tho 'great interest it has excited there, and that'thVgood-pcopleVt Portland 'Head will soon be enabled to sit 'down under their own vine,1 Wd under their own fig-lree. 1 ' ? «?-* ?' - t A SERMON r ' Will be preached at St. *Ge;irge's Church this evening, at hnlf past six,o'c]pck,. by the Reverend John Du'nmore Lanji, A.M. fninittcrdf the Scotch (Church^Sy'dney.-New'South Wales, when «?'col lection' m ill- b'e ihadc'willi a' view to efTect a settlement of a Scots Presbyterian Minister at Portland Jdcad, in the inferior of that' CoIpnyT ^ t t ( . ^ , T_ ^n !A.'licentiate-of the Presbytery of Glasgow ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

the Australian.' '(?'From this Lutciuta Journal.) -.v-WJien i»«s;AustraUan^-a now Journal cstablished'at N«v South Wales — was put iulo our hands, we were certainly, at a loss t« believe, that, any thing so Knglisli-like-^in fiicd ''a'nd cxectiliou could really havetissucd from aH Asiatic Press. When we turned iroiii. aqmuing tlie skill of the Printer,, to look at the extent ol intellectual talent displaced by the Editor, we w'etc more nnii more pleased; and certainly ran througlisome of the Austi.iJian.s with It degree of -balisfiLCtiun, which could not have been greatei had 'the ttcai been furni.hed from tlie lirst nowspiiper establish ment iii the nietropolis of:12iigland. VVe congratulate the Culoiry on1' tho 'appearance' of 'a 'Jou/haruhich promises so well 4 1 its outsot; \ye confess however (hat we tremble not a little for its progress in a society, where contending interests and party view* are brought as it were into one focus of action; and where the Press will naturally'b...

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MEMORIAL. Hobart Town, October 5, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

MEMORIAL. ' Jhl'ibart Town, Octobers, 182o. . .;\ .. -?-'? lo'hi&tTQnor Colofle\'AHltur, ; Lieutenant Governor of Van , Diemen's Land, he. &c. &c. -. && . , ' We. the undefbisnvd.. mercTianls. shiDOwners. and tradeis of Van.lJjemen i- Land, most ri'spi-ctfully beg leave to lay before your. Honor the haidshjps «e e-^perionceon this' island, in conse ^juence of fan rinp'-fees exacted at the secretary's , griice of head ?money, tonVi age dues, &c.' from the shipping visiting this portr which have been tang aboli^hed^in the upper Colony. - '??Thid systehi. so Injuiious'and oppressive to all interested in the commercial welfare of tlris dependency, and which if persist d fnf will 'prfivent-vessels, visiting' this porT, and consequently luale. 7iall4y_eft\ct the imports, whereby our interests will be 'sacrificed and the upp.er Colon}*, obtain an undue advantage o\er us— ^this we are induced to hope is not.your Honor's intention to favor or V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

'fT'RENCH WINiSS, of rh« first quality, are on Ja-1 Sale at Mr. B.. Campbell's, juu. No 8, Bligh strect — ? - -'?.,.. ?. ? La fitte claret - ^£*3 10 O per dozen ?:, .''.?? ; St. Julien ditto '?;?- 3 0 0. Snuternc - ' v ? 3 O 0 v ; ???- Unriac - - 3 O O ' — , Champagne ' - 6 6 O \ , , As the nbovc wines have brcn tasted and approver! of by some of the best judges in the Colony, and the quantity being small, an early application will be necessary. . ? R. PK.ITCHETT has for SALE 6~n terms as r«a sonable as to be found in town, hyson and souchong tea in ten cntty boxr«, hyson skin per Valetta and PliQsnix, Mauritius and Ctiina sugar, rice, a choice assortment of ironmongery, West India cum, gin, and brandy, of the best quality. ??.... Also just received, an invoice of Ladies' Bath cloaks, a case of corset royal, and several cases of excellent hats. Also just- arrived, a batch of R*nken's cheese, equal to any yet sent down. . , . I^aViD MAZIERE Si CO. HAVE NOW FOR -*-J SALE, at their Sto...

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COMPARISONS ARE "To the Editor of the Singapore Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

' CQMPAitlS-Uj\b AIIEj ' To' the Editor of the Sineuboie Chronicle. ' ? 'Sir. ' ' ' .;*'., ', I lra\e been much atpined by the perusal of tlie^New South Wales ' Gazettes whiclrhave been brought to this settlement b^ the recent arrivals, and gratified at the evidence they, afford of the rapid* advancement of a country destined at some future(da- 111 all likelihood, to alter the whoii;iianie ot society m t-asiern Asia, and to give law to China and Japan. With all my admira tion however foi the growing colonies of Australia, I- must pro-' test acainst the serious innovations,' or rather orpntD^TioNs, whicli'the colonists are cniuuutiirig upon the E'nglish language, and this is the stihject which I now wish to bring to yuur notice. Every Newspaper contains repeated examples of what I complain, r»f. To begin — UieJEiliior_of_the Hobart—Town Gazette dues -nox consider wheat to be profitable food for hogs, and thus ex presses his opinion on this momentous question, ' this sort pf g^ain ris...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRECT STATEMENTS. (Affidavits of Sale, &c.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

CORRECT STATEMENTS (Affidavits ot Sale, &-c.') William Kell^', pressman at the Office of The Australian, maketh oath and saith,-jthat ' frnm'tii'e beginning of February*' up to the end of ?? May' (written March last week) last^he re cularlv thiew o'ff every '\veek si\.hundrcd ami twenty-seven copies or 1 lie Australian ; '.that during the early part ot Uie monlli ot June he threw off weekly si.v liuiidred and thirty -two Q.opies; during the latter part of the'same month six hundred and thirty - seven ; and tliat since lhat period he has regularly thrown off, and continues' to throw off weekly, six -hundred arid fifty-two co pies 'of the said '-Newspaper ; and this deponent further swears, that the above numbers do not include the extra-copies occasion ally thrown off, to mcet*particular,.ordcrs., ^ . , Sworn before me this ltUi day pf ?October, 1825. ?- .- . r,Geo/ge IMills, J. P. „ % ? ., - William Kelly. Corrections swonfbefore me this 14th day'of'Octoher, 1825, rV; ; ?*'?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of Sydney Gazette. SIR Sydney, Oct, 17, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

To the Editor of the' Sidney Gaxcttc. - Srrt. ' .» ' * ? Svdnev. Oct. 17. 1825 In an article whichappeared in t your paper of the ,17th ^mst. endeavouring to depreciate the sale of ??-Thi'.'Auslralian,' seve ral altteuipts are mafic to discredit my affidavit as it- appeared in the latter Journal*. Thouch'I'havfeever bcenitriwillins to obtrude myself on public notice, 1 now feel imperiously called upon to refute your unfounded insinuations. The passages,1 among others, 1 would most particularly 'allude to, which- hiust be cmsKlo'red, j by any person who wilj /take the trouble ^to^read, your article, as aiming too deeply'at my, reputation to, permit my passing t|ietn' over in silence arc, '' until ^ this' isa complied \v'ith we|.' shall ever, hold the said statement to be -very'questionl\hle ;' and in another part ' we can give 'but litt!«: credetice to any statement coining ? from such a source.'' ' Now, Sir, I should lilccln know what part of hiy conduct could ever wariant j'o'u in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

.GOVERNMENT A1S1D GENERAL ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 19, 182-r- THE Governor has been pleased to' appoint Mr. William Tuckuell to Ire Secretary to. the -Fac- tory at Parraraatta, in the room of Mr. Fuiiooii, wJio Las ic jirned. ' ' - ? . . . ' By His Excellency's Commandk ' : 1«\ Gou-lburn. ' - '' Council Chamber, October 18, 1825. THE Governor and the Council. (-? we command' (L. that notice be tfiiten, that tenders ivill Jjerectioai tmiil the thirty-Jirst of October instant, for Haw Wool ; and also the delivery into the Factory at Purramat.Hi. of Jive hundred oiie horse cart 'liuxds of Fire-wood, cut into togs of three feet in length, within one month from, the tender being accepted, the tenders, with samples of wool, must state the price and time aj delivery, in. vonls at length, endorsed ' tenders for wool and wood,' respec ? itWv and sent to the office of the Colonial Secrtnai-t/. , ?yi By order- of the Governor tiwl Council, Hfinru G. Douglass. ? ' ? u.-g ..... U...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

A Correspondent, who adopts the signature ' Hf. bernius,' arid dates his communictiti;in Calcutta, April 14, ,1825, has furnished us with two Newspapers, The Calcutta John Buli, of April 13,. and The Scots man in .tub liAST, ot the 14th of the same niontt, stating in' his communication ' / hpyc be,cn mud gratified wjtfi the perifsal of some Editorial temarkt inx your Paper—the liberality of sentiment by which it is' distinguished, has particularly attracted the atlen lion of all friendsito^ the liberty of the Press retidin* at tliis place, — a blessing which toe aye restricted /ran the benefit of in this. Capital, where publicity isdccmd pernicious?1 ,. ; t In another part of our Paper will.be found an ex. tract from -the John Bull of the *ove date, in which extract The 'Australian is lionorcd'with peculiar no tice. ' There' will.albo be 'found an extract from The Scotsman containing1 a commentary on John's senti ments. . ' „. . ' M ' 1 * - , We cannot help thinking that the 'Editor...

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CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 October 1825

CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday.) The following prisoners received the judgment of the Court. William Chapman, convicted of manslaughter, sentenced to be transported to a penal settlement for a term of two years.   Thomas Bailey and Wm. Brown convicted of grand larceny, to be transported for term of seven years.               John Flood, for robbery in a dwelling-house. Judgment of   death recorded.                     Sam. Adams. and Thos. Bailey for cattle stealing. Judgment of death recorded.                   Wm. Ennesy, Wm. Lovell, Sam. Phipps, and Edward Mahon, (capital respites), convicted of an highway robbery in the dis tric...

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

Still*. JN'BWS. , j ?? Arrived* on the'lVth iijst. t»c bloop SaHy,- belonBing.to J»ir. -i.4Xk; aim an a^uceeuful trip. to the bouilm.rd, .u|.e.n:b !!- JKm..^^. Iho .chhonerOow.n»r.».«!l &**-?}-'?&&.? J.fn;iJi,rjtttJerit.k i-cc:, wjuiij.hi. «-»^ -.-«- „,-,,, ?; .- ^ .Gundny: acxt«

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