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SUPREME COURT. (Saturday.) Before Mr. Justice Stephen. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

SUPREME COURT.- (Saturday) Before Mr. Justice Stephen.   Thompson, Foreman and Son V Raine This was an action brought by the plaintiffs to     recover an amount for goods sold and delivered.   It appeared that the plaintiffs in this action were traders residing in London and the defendant a     resident in this colony. A shipment of goods had been made by the former and forwarded to the defendant as per order ; plaintiffs also at the same time trans- mitted an invoice of the goods requested pay-   ment thereof. In consequence of the demand not being liquidated, the plaintiffs had authorised the firm of. Read and Co. residents at Hobart Town, to sue for the debt ; and, the party, in pursuance of these   instructions had employed agents in this Court to   institute legal measures accordingly.       A power of attorney was put in, e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

PUBLIC DINNER. jf%' GfcREEABEY 'to'P'udliJ'^dveFti&eniehfs, .anumt -*-^-t*,ber 'of Gentlemen met at the Sydney Hotel, on the mor-i/ng of Friday, to choose tke_ President and Vice-Prcsident, elect ?Stewards, and make other necessar y a'rnmge'menfs. ? -. '..* ? . *;aP'-Ji/i Rpine beiugaca\\ed to, the chair, the J olio wing arrange ments were unanimously agreed to : — . H resident iqf, the intended Pid/lii Dinner, ,. ] D. Wentwort\, Esq. t - | Vice-Presidhit, ' '? ' 'I Eobert Warded, L.'L. D. . .' ' ! Stewards, ? ' ' 1 ' W. C. WeuUoorlh, Esq. \ * 'William Lati,son, Esq. , i «* Mr. Thomas It nine, ? , -, ? -W. -Red fern, . .' ' . E. S.//0U, i \ ' _ G. 1. Savage, - ' -T. G. Pitman, - R. C. Pritchctt, . , ^ JD.' Cooper, ' James Robertson,         S. Lord, - v j R. Howe, ? j W. Hutchinson                   &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

Sew South Wales. , s PROCLAMATIONS. ? . J By Ais 'Excellency Sir Thomus Bihbane, 1C\ C. B. Captain J. Gene i aland Coiernor in ClneJ' in and ooev the Ter- '& rliort) if New South Wales and its Dependencies, -Sfc. t Sjc. 3fc. ? , ? ? ? ; .?*iTf-IEREAS Courts of Quarter Sessions have , 'r been appointed by me, pursuant to the Act of i /Parliament in Hint behalf, to-be held at Liverpool and Windsor, i un the Vlst nixi SJ8th da3S of November respectively, when the I 'harvest will be generally began. Now, therefore, J do appoint I rtuenext Sessions of the'said (Joints to be held at Liverpool on 'the i -28th'day of December, and at Windsor on the 3rd clay of-Janu.- : '.ary next, instead of the days originally appointed. Given under my hand and seal, at Government-house, i Sydney, thisjirst day of 'November, in the year of our X.ord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-Jive. : Thomas Buis'iiank. (l. s.y By His Excellency's Command, F. Goulhukn, Colonial Secretary.. GOD SAVE U'ilK ...

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To the Editor of the Australian. MR. EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

'To the Editor of the Australian. Jl/n. Editor. I- have long been ambitious to be appointed a ......... and have left no stone unturned to obtain iny wish. I mentioned the object of my ambition to two or three of my neighbours, who I conceived ray friends, 'and would vou believe it. Mr. Editor, in stead of seconding my views, they told me in very plain lan guage (and between ourselves with sonkc truth)'thatl was totally unfit for the situation , that I was neither a gentleman ,in my conductj nor a niari of truth. You may eu'sily suppose that I was not well 'pleased with their candour, and did not consult them again. For a long time I despaired of gaining my object, hav ing no friends at head quartets. I was on the -'point of leaving the country in disgust, when fortunately T again plucked up courage, and mentioned the subject to a neighbour, who I thought could put me in the. right way to obtain tbe long wished for . . . * * *-? ?' *. ' I was not disappointed, although his plan is r...

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THE BRETHREN OF THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL LODGE, No 260 [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

THE BRETHREN OF THE AUSTRALIAN SO- CIAL LODGE, No. 260,       Presented an Address to his Excellency yesterday, by a deputation, consisting of Messrs. R. Campbell (Worshipful Master) James Stuart, S. Clayton, T. G. Pitman, J. Hankinson, R. Murphy, and J. M'Mahon. The Brethren will excuse our postponing the insertion of it with the answer 'till next week.   Two Acts have passed the Council, besides the one inserted in the front Page. The insertion of them is unavoidably postponed.       The. Archdeacon and Mr. Wemyss declined the invi- tation to dinner. The Sheriff and Treasurer accept. Colonel Thornton is confined to his bed. Messrs. Raine and Ramsay have chartered THE   TRITON for England. Her cargo will consist of   wool principally. She will be the first wool ship laden this season.          

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 November 1825

The Proclamation of the twenty-fifth ultimo effects additional alterations in the oft altered duties' on spirits. One feels almost driven'iato the belief that the ni-onml Nation .of this Proclamation has been ad vised by! no^great woll-wishor of 'the presertt Admini stration ; and that it -has been hit-npon at this^ precise juncture in ord'pr to awaken discontent and elicit re proaches of the Government. It is,, a measure, which shews thq utmost- ignorance, of the utmost recklessness of the true interests not only of certain individuals, but of the Colonists atlarg-e. Nothing1 can be w-prse to a commercial community than sudden clevatiofls and depressions in the price of commodities. Great' fluctuations in' markets betoken an unsettled state of things, and though a few. per- sons .may occasionally be benefitted by them; the consumers, that is, the great body of the. people, in-' cvitably sustain a shock prejudicial, in a greater or less 'degree, according to the extent to whicli it ...

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HIS EXCELLENCY'S REPLY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

HIS .EX(315L''.2?\--:\'s~'hrpi;v- ''RevERENU GeNTLtaiLA, ' ' ' '^'' *''*?? Tlie'jwsurances-of \our'reipcct(or my person and' .gav#&* «' : 'ftoenf.yform an acceptable ami mined addition to the offeftngs^of affection which I have received from the inhabitants of the co lony at large. ? - ^ When I had the honor of meeting a deputation of your so ciety in London, I promised to afford all Q:c aid in my power, in the. furtherance of their religious objects in this colony. I was induced io make the promise, from the knowledge 1 li'nd.'pf the paiity of the doctvines, and piety. of the lives, of therYVes-; leyans, as a community of Chrislians : and the experience I hav$ ..had of their missionaries in this colony, has fulfilled eveYy vx ? pectation I had formed, and increased the respect I had 'previ-' ;ously entertained for their1 character nS~a clergy. It affords me one of the most pleasing anticipations of my 'return to England, to be enabled to report to your society, that, for ze...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(Nov. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (Nov. 3.) : fj We had a tolerably -large shew of wheat tliis day Tjy^, land carriage; consisting chieUy'of a sujujrior description^ the _ dernaud for shipping bciug .'fully adequnle, the trade. was some what ' brisk', and last week's nrices fully- supported; , lA.rvinie picked santple of new wheat (the first produced .tlu.s ^seajson,; fetched 12s. per bushel. Barley and maize mect'Jieavy^ale and barely support our last quotation. Oats continue^, to impidve .. hi value. ? ..? . : ? - , (,..?'? ?-1i Accdunts from the interior state that our approaching liarvest, it is expected, w'ill be1 unprecedented'^ ab'iindaiit. - -, ;^j*' ', NTo. of Bush. sold. - - * , ? ? - , .- £ ?£??,-, &,* . 90 - -'' sold at per Bush. Q'-13- O 90 ? ?' - - ' - . - 0 ,12. O- ' 7(5 - - O ;slJi» Q-, 11 '. - - -' -' v: 0.. io ; 6 ' aa ' ' -. - .-' , '-' Oj- 1O.3^ 117 -. ' - ? '- ? ,- 0, i6 O' ' 43.' - -»; ? ? - ,---'09O 20 - - - o ? -a 0 , 19 - .'-'-' - ? - ?. - . o .;r o . * Average Price...

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THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY.. Gentlemen,. 1 To receive an assurance of sincere respect and coTdial esteem from ,. the Sfasier, Wardens, and. Brethren, of, the Australian .Social L».dpe. No. 260, gives me unmixed pleasure. The 'relations in which the conduct of a Governor may .be yiewea by the ditlerent classes, of society, allow a free scope -to, ?' the opinions of a body whose regulations prevent them from blending, in t}ie expressions of -their feelings, observations of a 'political nature. It is no slight gratification to me, to receive this mark of kindness from nn Association, who' are pleased to Attach to me principle!, which so eminently charnclerise their own Order. - ' ? ' ^ ?'-..- ' Thomas Brisbane. ? Government-house, Sydney, Nov. 2/1825. ? On Monday laat sailed-for England, with a' full cargo of co lonial. produce, the ship Harvey, Capt. D. Peachc. Passengers, 'Doctors Carlisle, M'DpwelJ,' and Osburne, R. N. Mr. Francis Stephen, and Mr. A.' (Terrell.! ^ '

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ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

ADDRESSES: To his Excellency Major Genera^ Sir, Thomas -Bris- bane, Knight Commander of tlie^rrtost Honorable ' Military Order of .he Bath, Governor and :Cpin inaiider in Chief in and over' the .territory of- New. ' South Wales, and its dependencies, &c. ccq. &cH- May' it please your' Excellency, ' . , - _'., We, the Wesley an Missionaries o'f New South' Wales and' Yen Diemen's Land, beg leave to lappr.oachyour Excellency- 'ou^the -? cveftf,y9*ur retirement, from the' administration of this territory, '?? witli-the assurances of our profound respect- for your person and governrr^nt, and with the acknowledgments of oiir gratit'ude''for the 'numerous favors which, as a 'religions' body, we have been so ?' happy a's to receive at 3'our Excellency's Iiands. .' -.'?.'? * WWIp others ate pa^inp a just tribute to the wisdom arid fide lity vVith which your lixcellency has presided at the helm* of civil* affairs, itjs a duty more appropriate to the sacred office we. sus tain'...

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THE PUBLIC DINNER TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

THE PUBLIC DINNER TO THE GOVERNOR. The Public Dinner, .the Grand -Public Dinner to the Governor was twlebrajed, according to previons announcement, at-Parramatta, on .Monday last. It New South Waleai.genowillyy had evrei.: joined in; but, it was indeed the first thing of the kind 'that tvaY erer' offfVirtl, of 'ever projo^. , sinCe t.»e.rou..u»uuu --^ 6olonV.'-TSr.u-h' mterAt was naturally rai^d, and L.V veonlalion. ventured on the ^^''''l the attempt. lr tfas supposed impossible that the people, being such novices in all the arts essential to the management of public entertainments, could suc ceed in a business of that magnitude— it was,.sup noscd impossilile also to bring together all 'lasses in the Colon v in social union, eyen for the temporary purpose of paying a compliment to the Ropvc scntatire of their common King. The tr.al of Mon day proved, at least? that tii'c, Colouy was .in a 'at btate' to undertake a good dinner, and the cordiality with which all parties-all classes, ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL LODGE. To his Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B.-Go-' - vernor. Captain General,' and Couiman'dec in Chief, ? in and over his Majesty's Colony of New South Wales and its Dependencies. &c. &-%.&c. ' We, the Master, Wardens; and Brethren. of the Australian So cial Lodge. 160, being the primary Masonic Lodge established -in this colony, beg leave to approach your Excellency on your Yretiremert from this government, with the faithful assurance of our .roost sincere respect, and of our mostcoidial personal esteem. From a so'ciety, of winch theJeading object is to promote and, disseminate the principles of ' Peace, Love, and Harmony,' it it, duo to your Excellency, to acknowledge, the mild vir tues which are the distinguishing characteristics of your .Exccl -Iene3''!! general conduct, and in perfect accordance with that be-' nevolent system on, which the foundation of this society is firmly based ; we therefore feel ourselves particularl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

RAINE & RAMSAY beg to acquaint their friends and the growers of wool in general, that the Triton having the greater part of, her cargo engaged, will ,be tin* first ship to leave this season' for' London direct,' being under contract to sail on of before the 20th' of January ; and, at the same time, inform them they will, as last year,' nnkc advances en wool shipped through -them to the consignment of their agents there, or will purchase it. s ;, For the convenience of shippers, 'on the ?present'occasio.n, R.. and R. have stores, where their wool will be received previous to shipment, free of rent, a.ud be sent on board as the vessel may bereadytoreceive.it. -. ~, ' . ;?'&. 0: R. beg to request of those gentlemen with whom the3' have ahrady made -arrangements, that they will be 'kind enough to forward the wool down with as- little delay as possible. TTTARVEST.— Farmers can be supplied with good J£'S- STRONG BEER, for the ensuing Harvest, at the London Brewery, Parrama...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

, ' J. r NOTICE. ' J \v * r|^H? liftings of the Supreme Court, for the. Trial .'21*t instant, and termmate on -SKturHay'tlie 2Slu' ? '~ ' ,'. . .- By Owlet of (the Court, ' , George—Mills,— -?..-. - 'Sydney, Wov. 5. I8ft5. ? - . Registrar: ~ MASONIC LODGE. ~ ~~ ^tB ^B Leinstor Masonic Lodge of Australia, me,«t tn_ on the second iUcmddy of each month, at Brother .J-IiH's, Tavern, Ilyde Park, at 7 o'clock, r. m. PARRAMATTA TURF CLUB A'fFULL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS OF the' PARRAMATTA TUHV CLUB inmost particularly requested a! the residence of Mi. John Peisly, fat the hour of s,ix o'clock in the afternoon, of JMonday the Slit iniit. .F. Peisley, f' ';.'*?-- ' ' Secretary.' ^Af HESRSAS THIRTEENfHEAD OF HORNED , i'T CATTLE, of the, following- descriptions, 'that (^f,to. say, one white cow., aged, with a. brindled spotted neck, \ marked gb, with a cnJf at licr footj one-polled cow, aned, Tvilh . Shotted .buttocks, brand imperfect, with her calf; one red polled ,cow, aged, brand imperfect; o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

GOVERNMENT 'AND GENERAL ORDER, J Colonial Sscr^i-aw^s Office, Nov. 9, 1825, j THE Governor has been pleased to approve, of I the following' Appointment': — I 'in ti\Q district of Campbell Town, Robert Burfce to be Pound- I keeper, iiithero.-ro of M'Dduald, resigned. By His Excellency's Command, J GOVERNMENT PUBLSO-NOTIceT' Colonial Secketary's.Ofpice, Nov. 9, 18iJ5. T HE Governor is under the necessity of declining' 'to receive any further- applications for Land or Pardons,1 iiuconseqm-nee of the impossibility of deciding upon them, from the accumulation of business. . Mr. Archibald 2rtacl-?od is appointed Superintendent of Agn culture at Bathurst, in Ihe room of Jolihson. ? ? * By His Excellency's Cornman. , ?'.'?? v -. : . P. GoULDUItN. ? ; Council Chamber, Nov, 8,-1825. MANY Settlers lmyiiigr siddressetl applications to the Clerl? of the Counqjl for female servants from the Factory, th6 following oider is vepublistied fur general '' '''cauoxiAt Sbcbetarv's Office, June 22, 1825. ...

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MURDER BY THE NATIVE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

VTIRDETl BY THE NATIVE BRACKS. ' Ve re-rtft to have to' state that a' most -DarlKirou? murder. iFas lately been committed in t),c -?dwjrin? -of Patrick's Plains, Hunter's ftiver, by a parry of Hacks, -......^.i *« I... cnmi. nf the Bathurst tribe.'. Oil -the moruiii'' or tnezstn uir. w«x». ??««;».? -'- ;? — , .len called at the lint of a Mr. John Grelg,,afeetller, to breakfast ; and on their entering the ly»t they found Mr Greiff a corpsn. lyin? on the ground with htshcaa beaten to a mummy ; and as his stockman wn* absent,, and has not since beau heard of, .there is reason to believe that the poor fellow has shared a s milar fate to that of his unfortunate master. Two other stock men have been speared, and a man of Captain Pike » narrowly escaped .bciiig' murdered by them, owing to lYio providential arrival of two men, who found him in. the act of struggling with a native for a spear.— The settlers in the neighbourhood are in -the, greatest state of alnrm, from their apprehensions t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

The success of .the attentions to the Governor Was proved gall and bitterness to some of,tb,qse;fcw'W1ho, were desirous that he should quit the territory without rhi» usual offerinflr;-and-who afterwards, by a dexter-. bus rnauoeuvre, contrived to get the first dinner arrange inents 'abandoned, in. tfuMiopes that he might-receive no offering at all. It may, xpelrhaps, be considered, a ifortunate circumstance, both to. the Colony and to his.i'xcejle.ncy, ,that(an innpViation was attempted — that, the.conimqri practice was departed from, and that an Address was not 'got up' as a thing of course. Gratifyingjindeed, to, the. Jast,, degree, it must be to, his Excellency to witness the general manifestation 'n'fifs YavoToTpopular- enthusiasm, at .a period when the utmost exertions of a-discontciited tribe were inj §idio«siy awukeiied ; and-, when his enemies weretcon bigning liim to perdition, and prognosticating his ruined faiiie at the CoIonial.Officc' The ephemeral ho? -nors of a publi...

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MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

MURDER. A murder of a most atrocious description was per-   petrated a few days ago on a farm belonging to Capt. Piper, sixteen miles beyond the South Creek. The   man who is murdered was a very industrious well be- haved man of the name of Jackson. The alleged murderers, Curtin and Ryan, laborers at or near the farm, have been committed on a Coroner's Warrant after Inquest. The wife of the unfortunate deceased is said to be implicated, and has been apprehended on suspicion. Curtin it appears was the paramour of the wife, and Jackson only the day previous to his murder had caused him to be served with a summons to appear before the Magistrate on a charge connected with his wife's misconduct. The body was found at some distance from the house, in a shallow pond— one of the hands within six inches of the surface, and the body itself not more than two feet under water. Se- veral contusions were on the head, the sides of which were almost pressed together. A la...

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COLONIAL INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 November 1825

'GdiiONI A L I N VI DE NTS. Box'in'o. — An .unusual degree of interest has been excitep throughout the fancy, respecting the event of a b.utle' between two known 'good ones,' of currency, worth, , which was to j have :t(ikeii. bla'c'e on Saturday last. The iiiatclfwas' knocked 'up* foV 20 guineas aside, half that sum having been deposited. To tjii great disappointment, however, of the amateurs on this occasion, u ho asseinbU-d to w itness tlie sport, the battle was1 declar.ee! ' oft','' aiid'th'e deposit money forfeited. The ohty reason assigned fop this drawback was, that the defaulted had not kept his reckoning good. A renewal of the match notwithstanding ib talked of pietty confidently. . ' ? ' ' A smart battle took glace -on Monday last, on that favorrte_ spot of ground known by the naine-oF Jack t'.i'e niiller's ^*oint!, „ in Cockle Bay, between, two ? game chickens', Hyla'rids' and Trainer', the former sterling, and the other currency.' The nia'tch was made at a sporting house...

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CRIMINAL COURT. (Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 17 November 1825

CRIMINAL COURT. ( lVednesday.)\ i Andrew Roan, Timothy Hasty, and John Warwick, were severally charged with stealing a wether sheep, the' property of Dr. Carlile, on the 25th of Sept. last; James Lindsay suspected, the prisoners^of Steal ing a, sheep missing from his flock, searched their huts. In Roan's dwelling part of a mutton pie was' found,, with a quantity of mutton bones. Theysame rday..a skin and' entrails of a sheep were also found .concealed in the s'nmp of a hollow tree. /' : , ' ' ' ? Robert Challcron is a shepherd, -believed the. skin to.; have belonged to the sheep which, was missed. j Richard Coxf savy Warwick cleaning some mutton, and carry it into his hut. ''-_-; Warwick Guilty, and the other prisonors ^Not Guilty.

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