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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

The arrival of two ships for the " Million of Acre" Company has occasioned, what is called, a little bus- tle—and we are consequently threatened with as many   commendations of the Company as the originators deserve anathemas for its creation. It is to be cried up as aiding in the advancement of the Colony, en-   creasing her internal wealth, and accelerating her   exports, merely because an importation has taken place to the most insignificant extent, considering the mean, or rather nominal means of the Company. Three or four ships coming into port just now, and in the ex- isting state of the Colony, are calculated to dupe in- different reasoners, who only look at immediate advan- tages without reflecting upon ultimate results. What ratio, we would ask, do a few hundred, or even a few thousand sheep, and some twenty or thirty head of cattle, with a few "fine horses,'' bear to the nominal, but vaunted capital of the Company ? What ratio do thes...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

,' An Erugbant' who has occasionally. appeared in onr columns in the 'character of a Correrp~ondcnt, has* ventured ? upon a reply to one of onr Leading Articles of last week. He must excuse pur' giving it insertion, th'ough we do vouchsafe some notice or it. From the knowledge we have of ' An Emigrant,' we should have imagined that \yh1?thcr ,he used less. or more of argument, lie would, 'at least, have avoided the failingsof less candid writers ; and, when he af focted to answer The Anstraliaii, thai he would neither' haye mis-quoted the words, nor have mis applied the sentiments it promnlged. Better things than this we shoultl, have considured'him capable of; even, though «' The^Rctaliation Club' 'were his own child, and. he defending it with all the ardour of pa ternal afTection. - , The vapours one would think of an Emancipist's smoking dinner had completely trepannert nun mro a, labyrinth of his own creating'; for, in his strange bewilderment he- wrestles with phantoms which ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

'government and general orders. . Colontal SECUF.TAitv'3 Office, Noy. 10, 1J525. CIVIL DEPARTMENT.' ? ' i HIS Excellency the Governor has: been pleased 'to appoint Thomas .Evernden, Esq. and Nathaniel Lowe, Esq. Justices of the.Pdace in the Colony, of New South \Vaie»J ? ' ' ' . By Command of His Excellency, ? ' F. Goulhurn, ColoniuliSecrftary; -Colon-ial Secue'taky's Office, Nov. 23, 1825; HIS Excellency the Governor' has been -pleased, upon the representation of the King's Visitor, ...?to. appoint William Lithgow, . Esq. Auditor of thr Male and Female orphan,' and other School Accounts, is Well as those for the several Churches, until1' further orders'. By His Excellency's Command, ? v F. Gouldurn, Colonial' Secretary. ' Council Chamber, Nov. 8, 1825. MANY Settlers having1 addressed applications to' the Clerk of the Council for femalc^se'rjants v: from the Factory, the following-older is rcpublisjied /or general 1 information : — ? ' v ' * ^ ' *,_? - - t-1-'? ','in-'v , GOVERNMENT...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 24 November 1825

SHIP' NEH'S.' On Friday last armed the jJoop Brisbane from the wreck of ♦he siiiprVultita. ? . * , - ' On S*1i_.dny night ?.nive.d, in one month from Port Dalryrn ?pie, ihe sloop James., lading thiee tons of wool. Passenger — Mi'. WsCharn r'eaney. ,, Friday sailed the'new cutter Sydney Packet, Capt. Tompkins,* en her fi st trip to the Derwent, with a full cargo of merchan dise. Passengers — Airs. Thowpkuis, Caplaia D. Taylor, and SVJrrPrinclc. Same day 'the government brig Amity for Norfolk Island via Newcastle, wilh prisoners, stores, pi nvisluns, and cattle. On Sunday vhe baik Security, Captain A. Ross, for the Isle of France. Patsenger — C. T. Savage, Esq. A ' ' On Monday the' schooner Governor Porell on a sealing trip. By the Criminal Court on Saturday last the undermentioned prisoners received the following sentences : -- James Sullivan, convicted of a violent assault, sentenced to   7 weeks imprisonment in the house of correction, to hard labor. Elizabeth Charlton, for wilful ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. The following articles of intelligence are from -the Colonial Times:— ? / ~ , The I-NQ.uisiTiON.-~This most odious and illegal tribunal has received a sudden check. On Wednes day, in -consequence of some remarks made by one of the quasi Commissioners, the Attorney General bluntly' told them, in words which we do not wish to repeat; , that Tie should no longer be present at their proceed ings. The'gcntlemen finding themselves posed, haVe accordingly determined upon coming to a close ; and, we believe, that they will settle their little odds and ends this day, and make .their report to-morrow. ? We shall no.w feel it our duty to submit to our readers in ' our next, the observations which the introduction into a British Colony of a tribunal, unknown to the British law, and which we shall shew has been applied to the most illegal purposes, and threatens the most danger ous consequences to every individual, from the highest to the lowest j in the whole colony. Murder a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

. . .COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. TIME FOR RECEIVING TENDERS PROLONGED. „ Commissariat Office, Sydney, Nov. 24, 1825. WHEAT, MAIZE, AND FRESH. MEAT.. Persons, desirous of supplying the stations of SYDNEY, - ? . PARRAMATTA, LIVERPOOL, and WINDSOR, with such quantities of Wheat, Maize, or Fresh. Meat, as may be required during- the quarter commencing tlie '25th Decemher, are requested to transmit their of fers in writing-, sealed and endorsed 'Tender of TVheat,' '« Maize,' or ' Fresh Meat,1' (as the case may bo) to the respective Commissariat Offices, by Friday the ninth of December. ? , - NVB. For grain, it will be requisite that the price per 100 pounds be staged, or at so much per ^bushel of 58 pounds of wheat, and 54 pounds of maize, all over th.at weight to be paid for. ^« CONTRACTS. — Persons desirous of undertaking to furnish any of the Supplies at the Stations 'undermentioned, for six months, commencing' the 25th of December, are requested to transmit their proposals . in writing,...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(Nov. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

MARKET .RETURNS.— (Nov. 24,) . The. arrival' of new- wheat thia weuk has been exceedingly, abundant. The liigh price, which this 'article still commands, has certainly inspirited the growers, as miy be judged from the alacrity with which this descriotioa of grain is thrashed out at this jjit.-clure. Sales were effected at a trifling reduction from the terms of last week. i)/aize continues to be in demand ; and, as such, fully supports our last quotation. In barley and oats there is no variation to notice. No. of Bush. sold. , - £ »- d. 20 ^ - sold at per Bush. O 9 -- 55, - - ' .'- - O 9 0 162 - - - - O. 8 6 87 ' - ,. .; -' ? - - .- - . O 8 3 1162 '? L -?' - :J - ' - O 8 0 20 - !?J ?-?'? ???-- ???*-? O- 7 0 Average Price ? of Wheat ... ' - O 8 0. 1-2 Ditto of raajze v .- - . O '& 6 Dittoof Barley ' - .0 4 3 Fine Flour 30s. per cwt. ' , , ? Seconds do. 28s. do. . ? Potatoes, 10s. Od. pcr- cwt. — Fowls, 4s. Od. per couple . ? Ducks 5s. 6d. per ditto — Geese 9s. 6d. per ditto Bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. * . ? ? Commissariat Office, Sydney, Nov. -23. IN obedience to the commands of his Excellency the Governor in Chief, conveyed to me in the let ter of which the subjoined is a copy, I hereby give notice. that from and' after the 25th day of December next, the Spanish Dollar will be issued by this De partment at the 'rate of Fifty-two pence. William Wemyss, Deputy Commissary Gc.neia1. ' Private Secretary's Office, Nov. 19, 1825. ' Sir,. ' In the absence of the Private Secretary I have received the commands of his ^Excellency the Governor to reply to your letters of the 27th ult. and 1st inst. and to signify 'to you his Excellency^ approval of your suggestion, that, from and after the 25th of December next, the Spanish Dollar should be received and issued uniformly, at the rate of Fifty-two pence, or four shillings and fourpence, in all Commissariat transactions which relate to a period subsequent there to s provided you give duq notice of such a measure, and -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

VA Yt&n& CO'»: GENUTJVE LaWDOn PORTEf. 1 A RRIVED per Mountaineer, 'about ?''*% casks 'VB ta- Hie above, and on -Sale at L.'Solomoii's, No 6() I nd -tt C. Lucas's, No. 7-1, Gco'rge'-street. ' - ? ' ' ' B ON^ALETt el LUCA'S'sTNo. 74, Georgc-sC: I the following Articles ; viz, ' * - '' 1 Sugar by the ton'or bag : ? ' ,' ' : .- ' ,-.' , s ,. H Loaf sugar, double refined -?-.»-. ? * B he C^iuny' AbgarHS' ^ the^°^-^^^^ I Ncgrnhead and Drazil tobacco., -'..?? ? . ' V'i' I English soap, yellow and white* : ' -- . i '.: ^r,' ^fi, ? ?? Wimlsor ditto : ., .-'???_'.. ?? ?? ;,.; H Starch and blue - -'-..',? 'y H Tapes, bobbins, nnd cotton balls ' *T * ^MaH Whirling, sheeting, calicoes .. ...'-.., \ .- i-v,B English prints, ginghams, flannels ? ? L.-itlies' dresses of sorts, /ace, and letting-ip ' ' ~ :' H Cliinlz, cassinetts, nmslius of every' descrintion -xnA 1 H Muslin handkerchief,, silk umbrelfas SCnptIOn' andl««a; ? Fustinns, kersey mert-s ? , 1 H Cloths, superfine ami seco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

Sheriff's Office, December 1, 1825. In the Supreme Court. Chambers and others v. Joscphson. TO-MORROW, the 2d instant, will be Sold, the defendant's remaining- Stock of Jewellery, con sisting of two gold snufl* boxes, one silver musical ditto, pcatl ? nnd other necklaces, rings, ear-rings, brooches, &c. &c. &c. ? ; .And on Monday the 5lh instant, will commence the sale of his stock, of silks, sarsnels, crapes, shawls, scarfs, silk dresses, French ' cambrics, perfumery, ivory fans, &c.&c. &c. ., . r , Sheriff's Office Nove7nber 30, 1825. . ' 'In the Supreme Court. ???'-?'- Payne v. Uacon. WHEREAS thi} Purchaser of a Grant of Land, containing 30 acres, in the district of Airds, '. 'I formerly the property of J\Jichael Mny, deceased} bought by i Public Auction on the 18th of August last, not having paid the TVpurchasc money agreeably to the condition of sale: — Notice is .liereby given, that the snme will be put up for resale, on Thurs .;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

. * ?'?'?'?\ f ; SALES BY AUCTION. : . ' BY AIft.~PAUL, S At Mrs. Eeynold's, No. 19, Pitt-street, on Tuesday the 6th of ' December, and following clay, at 11 o'clock, positively with- J out reserve, to close sundry accounts. . ? . ' ELECJANT Italian net dresses, ladies' sarsnet arid ' silk pelisses, fashionably made figured sarsnet dresses, black net ditto, muslin collars and muslin dresses, straw bonnets trimmed and uutrimiiicd, Leghorn ditto, worked muslin dresses, artificial Mowers, mcurniiig crape ditto, an assortment of . ribbons, muslin frocks, brown stuff pelis§e3, printed dresses, ladies' cloaks, Cashmere shawls, boys' cloth dresses,, regency sarsnet, superior ribbons, babies' bedgowns and baby linen, pop lins, Angola shawls and caps, satin bonnets and feathers, babies frocks and trowscrs, cloaks, pelisses and robes, childrens' stock ings, poplin dresses, lace dresses, ladies' and Bandtiima hand kerchiefs, muslin caps and frills, dress bodies, women and chil drens' straw bon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

Will be put to the Press eavly in January, Dedicated by permission to HIS EXCELLENCY SIR THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C..B. Governor in Chief, &c. &c. &c. * The JOURNAL of Messrs. I1OVELL and HUME, On a Journey from Sydney to Western Port. . ? m/S'ESSRS. HOVELL and HUME, drtring this in -LYJl tcrcsting Journey, kept separate antHndepen dent journals. The object observed by the Editor in the execu tion of this little work, is Jo embody in it every facL or observa tion found in those journals; elucidated, wherever the. brevity of the originals. appears productive of obscurity, with such explan atory additions astoexhibit a clear, a useful, and interesting view of those hitherto unexplored regions which it describes. Subscribers names will be received by Messrs. Berry and Wolistonecrafr, and at the offices of the ' Sydney Gazette' and ' Australian.' ? ? Under Ihe patronage of his Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, and by permission inscribed to him, will shortly be publishe...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

SHIP NEWS. Oil Thursday last arrived the brig Dragon, Captaiu TL-S. ?Walker, from -Otaheite, whence she sailed on the *lllh of Oct. Lading'pearl shells and beche-Ie-mer. ? On Friday the ship Mountaineer, .Captain Herbert. Left . Plymouth thc'S5tli of April, the Cape of Good Hope the 5th of September, and the Derwcnt the 19/h of November. Lading, merchandize and 190 sheep from Jfobart Town. Passengers — Edward Keith, Esq. barrister at law ; Mrs. Keiih and Misses F. and J. Keith, Mrs. Jones and two children, Mrs. Smith and child, Mr. Joskington, Mr. Mansfield, Mr. Shervell, Mr. E.J. Smith, and Mr. Holt. On Monday, from the Derwcnt, the colonial brig Glory, Capt. Clements. - , On Friday sailed the government cutter Mermaid, /or Airt Macquarie and Moreton Bay,- She was struck, by a rie»»y Ma, which compelled her to return to port on Sunday ; onth«.folluw ing day she resumed hex voyage. r ? a Yesterday tlie ship St. Michael, Capt. D? Forb««, bouftd to the wreck of the ship Valetta. Passe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

On Saturday last, a mechanic named Rowson, was charged,   by a young womnn of pleasing appearance, with violently assaulting her. It appeared she had been under his pro- tection several years, and had been promised many things she never obtained. They lived in perfect harmony together until   the last two months, when he became acquainted with another lady, to whom he transferred his kindness, and left the com- plainant to solitude and wretchedness. In the hope of again re- viving in him some sparks of affection, when she saw him pass by her house, she called him in, she told a sad tale, how she had been deceived, and reminded him of his promises ; he, in reply, struck her a violent blow on the face, which was the nature of the assault now complained of. The defendant acknowledged having had the complainant under his protection; but, denied having committed the assault. He thought, that if any com- plaint should have been preferred at all, it should be him ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER, Colonial Secretary's OfpiCe, Noy. 30T 1825. TRANQU1 LLITY being, happily restored by the efforts of the Magistracy in the districts of Bathurst and Hunter's River, his Excellency the Governor feels a pleasure in repealing the Public Notice of the 7th of last Sep tember, ottering a reward of fifty dollars or a pardon to every per son apprehending and securing any convict who had committed ,in outrage therein, while absent mthoutleave from the service of his employer. ' Hy His Excellency's Command,' . F. G/JCLBURN. PUBLIC NOTICE, Principal. Superintendent's O.ffice, November 1G, 1825. IN consequence of the reduced numbers of the Go vernment Gangs, .and in order to prevent inconve nience and disappointment to settlers, wbo might otherwise come to Sidney to obtain convict servants — it is hereby notified, that no furthcr'assignments of convicts can take place for the present. Due notice will be given to the Public when applications for convicts can be atten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

''JpVIlE 'undersigned,, begs, leave tov announce to'- the ;-«- Public that he will- practice as a Land Surveyor fiom Uiis date. ?- -'-'-,\' , ►_!* .. i '. - - ' ?' James .Mac Brien, v Sydney, Oct. 17.^^.1 lateSuiveyor oj' Crown Lands.' , N.' B. — Applications 1o be made, 'addressed'to me, under co ver, to Dr. West, Windsor — Mr. Charles Walker, Parramatta^-; Mr. Arthur Hill, Sydney — Mr. George Browne, Liverpool — and' Mr. James Median, Macquarie-ficld - c ' :v ! ' j A'NY^l'erbon of g-obd diameter, who perfectly uu ?^^-'.derstands the art of Land Surveying1 and JMili tary Drawing, and who'will be willing- lo devolii his time practi fh' to those sciences under 'my; direction, will receive a salniy °* two hundred pounds per nnnunij boar'd'and' lodging, and'a horse to ride while on active service. -? .,i , - ' . __ ' ' . Jaiwes^Mac Brien. VV KITING AJASTfiK AND A'CCOMFTANT.*. AT Chiistnias next tvill be .\va,n'tcfl,fpi; the Sydrioy Grammar School, a well qualified' Writing' Mas ter and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

ANNO SEXTO, ' GEOROII IF. REGIS. (No. 22.) ? ?'?' By his Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C.B. ' ? '? Governor of the Colony cif New South Walc3, &c. &c. &.c. willi tlic advice of the council. [An Acrfor registering deeds and conveyances- in New Souttli Wales, niid for oilier purposes/} WHERE AS, .nothing' tends more to increase the . value of- '.real property, Mum the prevention of secret and fraudulent conveyances ; — And whereas by a certain proclamation of the Governor pf New South Wales, bearing date tlie 10th day .of January, one thousand eight hundred and seven teen, certain regulations were made for the registering of deeds and conveyances, whereby any houses, Jands or -hereditaments, in the said colony, might he nffec ted ; and tlieofficc of the Judge Advocate was appointed for the registering of such deeds and conveyances': And whereas it is expedient to confirm the said proclamation to a certain extent, and to make more uU'ectual pro vision for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

'* NOTICE. ' ^WiVNTED' as APPrentite's to the Ship-building 'V V' ?Business, a fen' smart Colonial Youths, from 14 to 15 years nf age. Unexceptionable reference to character' and ample security-will be required. , -; ? ?? For ])articulars apply to James JUunn, Ship-builder, lUillport Cockle Day. - - * '^HIS is to CAUTION all lVi-bQii-. ugiiinst pur'- -H- cliasing- a HOUSE anil. PREiiSlS ES, situate No. - 74, Cuinberlniid-strcet, Rocks, as the said House nnd Premises belongs to me, ^ ' *? ' . . - ' ? ? ' , - . Oatiierini: Kedmon'd.' ^pOUND Astiyiy, on the 16thjjistii'til, by a servant »- of Mr. Thomas Maine, on his n-ny down from ' Bnlhurst.^at Fitzgerald Valley, a long (ruled light Lay Horse, with four while, feet, and a star on the forvliend. Any pei^nn having a jus t claim may have the animal 'by pay ing. tl;e necessary expenses, on appficalioii to llobcrt . Guoch, sign ot* tho green man, l'airanmtta. _ ? _^— ^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

\DDKESS FROM THE LEINSTER. . MARINE LODGE OF AUSTRALIA. ? - ??age- ? npUESDAYtlie22dult.at3 p. M.beintf the hour fixod -*- by lus Excellency the Govern or 'for receiving- the deputation from the Lcinsler Masonic Lodge, cf Australia, the Following Address was presented and most graciously received : To his Excellency Major General Sir Thorqas Brisbane, ' , K. C. B. — C. M. 1?.JL. &c, &c. Governor in Chief ?of New South Wales nnd its dependencies, &c. &e. We, the Masters, Wardens, Officers, and Brethren of the Leinster Marine Lodge of Australia, No.-2d6, held under War-, lanl from the Grand Lodge o'f Ireland, conjointly with the sub scribed il/asouic Brethren residing in the Colony, beg leave, upon the eventful moment of your Excellency's departure from hence, very lespeclfnlly to tender you. oiir sentiments and feelings of respect, and esteem for yourself and^ family ; and grateful admi ration of the rules and principles which have universally guided a...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. For the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

ORIGINAL POETRY. — ^ — For the Australian. I saw on a rock, which the green wave was beating, A spirit of light from the realms of the blest ;   And void, as the wave rushing on and retreating, Was the soul of that beautiful spirit of rest.   By the pure robe of white which her beauty unshrouded, And the tears which enriched the rude breast of the sea,     I hail'd blessed liberty's brow — tho' 'twas clouded, And shaded in sorrow, Australia, for thee !     "Land of Hope," (she exclaimed), though as yet I forsake thee,   (And the cloud from her brow stole away as she spoke), I fly to my home, a rich garland to make thee, To gird thee around, when thy fetters are broke.   I weep for thee now — but, a day shall yet waken Thy children of sorrow to gladness and bliss,   When the chains from the hearts of the bold shall be shaken, And freedom repay thee — for hours such as ...

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