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MARKET RETURNS.—(OCT. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

'MARKET RETt7RXS.~ (Ocr. 20.) AVC T had a fair supply n* wueat at the martet this Any. FJ'i- nmpl(*s fnHy biipporteri 1 st week'b prices, tlmugli^ th«f ofrfiiiRr^ orts continiK* to at II \a y lieanty. l'J/e »lifw of bail«vt hyiu fjf-tlit' nir-»t imrl of iniilrlfinnr on;i(i(v. is scarce so brisk in sale* «?? iave been witnessed: or a few week's past. We continue tu b - .'fry b'irely supplit-d vm.Ij oats at present —hence the trnilc «»a -e coiitHifred a tritiedcartr. In other article* there is no lartatimi \'u. oi iiuah. s.«id. „£ s. d '45 . sold «t per Busl|. O ,ia -) ? 48' * ' ' - ' . - - -' Olio' r-26 ? l -. - ' ~- - . -' * -0 ? 10 0 ' ' ' HQ - ~ ' ' - . i'0 9 0 ' 8'i - ' - - - ' o y - d 20 ' , - ' ? - i ... - -- ? o so 19 - - . -.. ,. 0 J 7 0 ' 'Average Price of Wheat ' -':. 0 9 10 1-3 . ' , nDitto of maize ' ?_ f %-«-- 0 .6 . 0 ' ' 'Ditto of Barley t - 0(o 0 .. Uhtoof O«U ?' ' ^ S - '0' 5 0 - '. ?'* * fine Flour S3s. per cwt. ' - s 1 Second^ dci. 3Vs. do. _^ 'jPofafoei*. 6».'6d. ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN Sydney, October 27 1825.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING THE FARWELL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

PUBLIC MEETING and THE FAREWELL ADDRESS. On Friday last the Meeting which had been con- vened by the Sheriff in consequence of a requisition to him, took place at the Court House in Castlereagh- street, for the purpose of voting an Address to his   Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, previous to his de- parture from this Colony.           At half past eleven o'clock the High Sheriff took   the chair, and called the attention of the meeting to   the business for which it had been assembled; he trusted that a fair and candid hearing would he given to any gentleman who might think proper to address them. It was usual he said for the gentlemen signing the requisition to receive priority in addressing the meeting. After they had been heard it was perfectly   competent for any one present to offer his sentiments.   Mr. Berry came forward and, presented an Address t...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, OCT. 26, 1825.     The Governor has been pleased to approve   the following Appointments:—             In the town of TwerLiverpool, Thomas Col (free) to be a constable in the room of McDonald, resigned.                   In the district of Caudor, Stephen Curran, Ship Baring, (1) to be constable and scourger.                 In the district of Bringally—Robert Smith. (free) to be chief   constable in the room of Bradly, dismissed—and Michael McMahon (free) to be pound-keeper, and an ordinary constable, in the room of Smith, promoted.—Appointments to bear date 21st inst. &...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNOR'S ANSWER. GENTLEMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

' ?THE/6'OV-Elli\-l-i&S''?-Al5!SWEfRV-:t GE-NTlil'MKNirr. . I receive the addfeiss which youhaye.: been deputed\by_trie gentry. ihle'rclifiiHS7I^WIlHV^ Waifs, asVenibled ^ar.a/'p'ulilii: '*? ii^i'eiiiig. in -Sj «J arj--,* Ui^.pi.Wejitvto . mi'. ? i\ Itt» i I ie :ttrVii t««st saiiifai'tionV'aiYd' i-V1be#tifiiVVo'iV\viilc»Yivev\ .to vmiric'in!)timvina;tii^.pr(iti-uii.;s-;iise xii.niiiyiiicriain, oi -tueir personal gopd. i-vi»ht;s..ti-wai.-|s!, ii'i^sc'ITand family.,. -'?«.!*;; 1; ^.~^ } T\iciapprobatuii.iw,liicli has /bee^rV pjiUlicly; expressed of, iny~ad-, ministration- by.th,pse pver-vh--ni?l. have^bVt\h: appointed' to'^re^ side' could JiicltJ (mt-.beihighly'i^ fm-liiigs^MaitoimeWv^luUiai^ .circu«»stancesrfuf^niy.-,'retirtiiu!i»t. from ih'e/gqverntm'utjMf^^^ loti-v*-irbe^onl^8*~JJ*''~i-t:t:^''f'r*^a'''' ?'n.-''HMI''*r'^'^.^i'^*V!^S''?-- cannot hut confidei|itiy hopeiiliHt-the^auhra^i'S of a pe.-ple.'.jHiiong \yhoni1i»iy.putif-c *.«Vy^ bi'j't refutRliiihjirilK* inisrcpri'sei...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

i ii B AU S 1 HALl Aiv. A. E. . Haves makoth oa-h and' snifh, t/iat.«h«'anntfseil state ment is a true and cornet account of the circiilntictn of tin i ewspiper. Tin* Au-irnlinn ; th*t the aciunl'sfll-.' on the «la_\s'ol publicat tm'iir tin* AewioaiiercxctrfJ ^x liundKd cunics we kly : uaisiXTiuncireci ana mry-mii copies are wet n,i_y pi unto 10 iu- n c!en-aii(N ; Jliat six hundred and fifty copies ui-ckK nre not tno^c liian^tiftcient for rhat piirposf as' he'-( itrnfltr appear* b.,' the said statement. ;Antl this depniifiit furtlier ?-we.ir*, th-it 1 he Atistrtlii'n has constant l_v encn-nsed, and is now t-nfieasing in taJe ; an. I t/iis depotu'iit further swears,1 tlnitiheruinberauiii.fi- the ng' nt Hi Ps;rraii.a ti forj-iib-crihrrs Ins licen for t.e'\f_r}il montl a within four or five of*ilie number ninety -four at present M-nt ; imtl this ilcpont'nt filrtlter iwvars, that st-vt r,tl numbers -if this and the List v'ear's. Australian aic I' out of print,'* and tint fif-y e-xtra to...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

ON SAJUli at the -.Waterloo VVart'liousc,' the re , mains of a consignment per Security, consisting of woollen and col ivij'Jiose. thread, furniture diu.it.es;, I.ijiJs. ' ihir ings, long.clolb, ribbons, &t. which will be sold cheap by. (f)« Tease. '„ 1 ^ ? ] ? ' * '?/' I A-.(1EN!?KAL ASSORTMENT QF MBRCHAX lC3L D1ZE, iompriMiiir every description, of liulian and European Goods will be constantly on sale at ' - ? r 1 John IIobson's, , , 1 . 90, George-street A choice collection of old wines. ? -- ? ~ : T' ' JFAT S H K E P. MRWIliLIAM COX lias' For SALE, Two Hundred' Cfi'un'd 8 tooth) FaV \Vetli--r- Sheep, aV(l 'ill, treat with fiiiv person for the whole or in part. IJobaViviUe, Oct. 12. - w '? ~ ? r__ ~ '(JH BAP- AND~ GOOD SPIRITS. ^piEORlSETMOURIS/Australiiin Hotel, has laid in ^3T'as.fiue a stock 'of Spirits as ever arrived in the Colony, which ho will dispose of at the following low prices; iw J gai. on. : ' ?- Strong old /anuiiL-a nun ? - ' -' 1i*'5r)* Sup nor Counac'hran...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 October 1825

There, is an end to the Dinner-Enertainment to the Governor, at least THE Dinner-Entertainment which was to have superseded the Address—and would pro-bably have had that effect before it was self annihi- lated—but for the good sense and predominating loyalty of the people. We have often heard of a complimentary tribute failing on account of general luke-warmness, or for want of supporters, but this dinner business furnishes the first instance, we are   very sure, of an abortion from a super-abundance of encouragement, and a too extensively expressed desire to promote the alleged wishes of the originators of the   compliment. We are equally sure that in no place under the sun, except New South Wales, should we   have had to record a failure on those latter grounds. When a public dinner is talked of every one naturally feels a desire to join in it, or not to join in it. When a private dinner is contemplated no one thinks about it, unless personal...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIVATE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

PRIVATE LETTER.' 'Thejjolhmng 'eatraciof^a'.ptiv-tteAellcrfwn.a. gentleman re siding at the Mauritius, to hi* .friend in New Soutlt Wales, may prove acceptable to tome of our'lieaders. ? ? * '-Our communications with your Colony will, :T trust, become more frequent, as X have no doubt that much ntimrtil advantage might be drawn 'from the interchange of our produce. We can furnish'the spices, nutmegs, cloves, ravinsarn. ginger, Sec. coiTee, cocoa,' chocolate, sugar, and indigo, in exchange, for your wheat, cheese, butter, hums, and salt beef; and we can also furnish you with the nines ut France, perhaps belter than any other market, ^froni the intimate connexions 'of - the merchants herewith their native .'cou.!ery. ?But'it must be considered in any. system of trade with us, that our numerical population of 100,000 would not all be consumers of your pioducc. The slaves are fed on rice, maize, and Madagascar beef/ and it is'only thewhites and free people, who cannot be estimated at r«...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

TO COR RESPONDENTS. We regret that press of matter lias compelled us to postpone the insertion of two letters from Correspondents at Port 'Mac- quarie 'till we fiat! it too late to give them a place. Ax Australian Lady, we fear, must be disappointed.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNOR'S ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

THE GOVERNOlt'S -ANSV^EHtN . i UCNIIXIWEN, ? ' . . \ .r . V '' _ , ,' l ... It will aH'ortr hie a very sincere gratification 'to sit for rny'Sic Jure, to he-placed in govermnvnt-hui^c ;-and I ^estiiiin'te tills pattingitribUte of respect and affection the more 'hiur1iliT-r»;rtM. jSenseVif the dclk'Rtc~iila!irirr inVhipir ifKasTGc-qn offeied.'?] f( »ry .euorts m1 the public service have' been attomled' with VuccPsa,Mit ? 'has been m a great degree owing to the support and a&ist.iiiccTL i .-have received from the civil officers of the coldly.' 'lit xoiir?^!/ »and abihty 1 have always found a'rcady resource — and. in- vour private society 1 have c\pcrienced much consoFatioh'. ' ' % ** $ ?-?Yon. Will -long live in my grateful recollection, and' wlijle^l cherish an altectionate remembrance of the^'ears I have spent flihong you,'' 1 shall earnestly pray\for the health and hapinWis of yourselves and your families. T Thoinns JJrisbaiie; .Ciovemmeiit-hQuse, Sy-inevi Nov. 1, I8S9. - ?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, WOV-EMfSETT'S, 1825.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(OCT. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

MARrlvET RETURNS.— (Oct. 2/.) ,, The arrival of.whcnl at the market this day for -sale'-hns been on the whole moderate ; and last week's prices ore fully sup ported for any' thing of 'good quality. Tlie~supp)y of .oats con iThii^s-rnftifti- limiti^r! ?' li^ri/^^ ?? 1K#» -«n4#»a-- till* 'VinV'ftTe .'on Onrtc 21H good terms as last quoted. Barley issteady in 'value. 'In other articles there' is little or no variation to notice. ' No. of Bush. sold. - ?' ' - i£ s. d. lir ? - - sokl-ttt per Bush. - O 12, 0 ^8 - - - - O ? 11 6* IT - - ' - ? - - 0'-Jt p1 27 ' -' '- ' - v ?' O lO'^. 30 ? - ' - l _ - - - OJ 10 0 ' -18 -'- - -O8C 19 - - - ' - - - - O ? .7 0 '.'1%1 Average-Price of Wheat - 0 11-21-4 ' ' Ditto of maize - 0 5.0 Ditto of Barley - .- y0 5 0 r ' Ditto of Oats - . - 0 5-3'' . Fine Flour 32s. per cwt., . ^* ' Seconds do. V.8s. do. , ?Potatoes, 6s. Od. per crtt. — ^Fopls, 3s. fid.'per coupre*' '?' Ducks as. per ditto — Geese 10s. Od. per ditto - . ,4 ? Butter, is. Od. p.er lbV—- Eggs...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

''SHIP NEWS. ~ On'Friday evening last ariived the 'Australian company's snip Triton, cat. tain crear. She left Leith lhejJis,'t of May, and the Dexwejitjthe t21st tilt, and has brought several- passengers, and 'niwfnf b rarpo of sundlZCS. ' ? ?' ??' ?.-. ' ? * *? On Sunday the ship.st. Michael, from the Derwent the 14th ult. with several passengers and sundry merchandize. On Saturday sailed the^chodner Alligator, on 'a scaling voya»e. On mondav the Fame for Port Stephens- and Porf niaca^ne.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADDRESS OF CIVIL OFFICERS. New South Wales, October 26, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

ADDRESS OF CIVIL OFFICERS.   New South Wales, October 26, 1825 To his Excellency Major General Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C.B. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over his Majesty's Territory of New South Wales   and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &.c.         May it please your Excellency,           We, the undersigned civil officers of New South Wales, seek   leave to approach your Excellency, on the eve of your departure from the Colony, with the warmest sentiments of respect and esteem. Our official capacities precluded us from joining in the tribute of grateful admiration which your Excellency's, public conduct called forth from all classes of the community at the general meeting of the Colonists.              ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

COMPARATIVE SALE. NUMBER PRINTED of.' The Official Journal,' (according to oath) INCLUD- ? - IN' the 10 Proofs (waste paper J, the 9 given away, ' . the ^e.v&c. theiiOj Stc. the 28, &c. and the ?'l'9 discon tinued — Parramatta subscribers (amounting-to 102) -»b76 -JDed-uct the above - -'- 102 iK1 limber sold of the Official Journal on his ownshewihg . , 4?4' ' Number. SOLD of The Australian, as proved on oath 659 ? ? Superior Sale .of The Australian -^ .178 .*!O ''HE Propretors 'of the Royal Mail .Coaches he'g -?--? leave to' inform' those-.Gentlenyen who' wish to at tend, the Public Dinner on sionday next the 7th. hist, they will have Three Coaches -ready to go to ParraniatCa at half^past one o*eloc'k on that day, ut a little sooner or later if- the .passengers require. ''- *? ? - ' iv^ ^The- morning coach runs as usual. % ______ _.- WANTE_^ : % A MAN COOK, who is thorough master of his business. Also, a MAID SERVANT, who is a,good.T*asherwovnan and understands plai...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNOR'S ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

THE GOVERNOR'S JlNSfVEB, ?_ * Gentlemen, I1 receive with the greatest pleasure the address of \he Australian Turf Club, and it affords me gratificn 'tionto learfe that anv attention on vnv.oart towards that ?body's!. bcvM have met with so favorable a reception. 'It-was-'afforded under the convection that great/pub lic beTionfr to the Colony, could be blended with 'va 'tionttl recreation; and that by means' of- the Club, harmony, conviviality, and a good unuerstanding would be promoted amongst; the~'Co'lonisrs : these ex Ip&ctations in my opiuion have been 'fally realized; and with this impression on.ihy'nririd, I entertain' the hopes' that his Majesty, on proper representation be ing, made, will be graciously pleased 'to extend -to tli s remote part of his dominions a small portion of that distinguished countenance and' patronage which have- rendered the English horse tlie admiral V'- as well, us the envy_of every .uation in ^Eutope. f i In~'tal»ihg lejive of the Australian ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADDRESS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

ADDRESS OF THE' jMEMBErVoF THE-T ? ' ' '? v TURF CLUB. ? ' ?!-»?? - ^ To-lns Excellency Sir Tlinmis 'Brishnne,- Kni£ht'Crnf-' -ifianderof the most hohumble military Onivr iif'ihe Bath, Captain General, and Governor' in1 -Chie'F in and over the Territory of i\ck Smith ?Wnl£..Vnvi fcV - ? ' _ '?JJepondenciL's.'&c.-' t«.c. &c. ''J 'i^f' '? ?- av 1 May it please 3 our Excellency, ' ? ' *-' ?b'S-i ' We. theMembets of the Australian Turf Cinb, lmve'lbe honor foapproMch.yourl.xcellency with respectful acKn'owlcdEmeTits* * for the , repeated w]r\.s ut nlteiitiim shewn towards us^Majid ' more particularly -for the kind solicitude, which has bten'\»i£ (tlnyctlbyyciurLYCi-llency in n ciHiiitumiratinn rccontlv coS^ ' veyi-d'tous by your Bxeellencj '3 Aid rlt-cntnp. ' ???.:/.: =Kt ? -\\b fqel highly sensible of 3;,»i Extelltmcv'b obli«i,ia-proposni ..rK.cn,,,n,Bnding ro h«S-Mnj,stv-b Cioverrtn.Jnt the eStabh-l,me,/i cf a K.ngs Plate o be t,,,, fur every season ; and.-jve nefcep* ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

'To the Editors of. x.'ic Australian. GENTLIIltV. ' I have been informed by? a mend ofta paragraph in y^our Newspaper' asserting my ,un\\illingupss to pursue .the bush rangers, at I had a family to protect, whilst Mrl Cory,1 with a familyof eicht chiidcen. bravely followed them. Thi» nuKht be received by some uith. much disadvantage to. myself; and, I trust you ttill in. justice, cor'reqt 'the error. I never refused to follow the bushrangers, 'and Mr. Cory has no child,;' that he bravely followed them- 1 amnot-aware--npr at what distance : but that h&would do , sp, if required, I believe. In January 1B2 i my liutswere robbed of some trifling^artlcles, and my, tent at tempted' by four' bushrangers. I scnt^o Mr. Cory, early the fol lowing morning, aud' we traced them by means of blacks ; at length we overtook ? four armed men and succeeded in taking two; onc.of.-wh.om. -li believe^' is.the, notorious .M'Cabe. The other two. luade their escape. Mr.. Cory wounded fll'Cabe, anil ...

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 — 3 November 1825

VAN ©iEMEN'S LAN/) NEWS: l (From the Colonial Tim es.): PnrvATr. PoSt to Liunclston. — We hoar that a, gentleman of, considerable property af Launceston is occnpicil Nin, nmkiiig nrrangements fi»r the cstablialiAient of- a private post bcinecn tli&'two sides of'llifs islyrtd: :Wia undor.stn.iid that lie nifrb'«Sf1s''to liavo two light chaises, to start on the tame day ^frum.tliis p.lnco =incl Latin ci-ston, and meet at Ross Bridge, wliere Uie^ are.'to* ex' lia'nge cargoes and return. t. ,. ,* .' ,?- ''' Cnptaiu Collins, of the 'Elizabeth; has' written td'a mercantile ho ise of high consideration here, stating, *tlint lie, \vs II 'never re turn to this Colony until the exact-ions- in, the secrctary.'s^anico nr.- nbuljshcd, and that lie will endeavour to obtain redressfroiu 'tlieparti.es, lien ha.vinjg been compelled to paj j£l-i5 port dues, not exacted at'Sy'dr.ey.' - ' .' .'!*[« ' * - 'The Cyprus, while lying at Macquarie' LJnml, 'lost-hn'-nhcliDr stud, chain cable, worth up...

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