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

On Thursday evening last a poor woman, while   proceeding' towards Toongabbee, was accosted by a   sturdy Irishman, who relieved her of all the dumps, she possessed. Some, settlers happened to overtake the woman, and she was allowed to get into one of their carts. By smart driving they overtook' the thief, and found in his waistcoat pocket the money he had taken. The carters took the law into their own hands, and tied him to the cart's tail, and after in flicting a few dozen lashes with a horse whip, allowed him to depart. He was, however, afterwards met by some constables, who discovered him to be a bush-   ranger ; he was accordingly lodged in safe custody.  

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 December 1825

We cannot, for the life of us, persuade ourselves to put a serious face on the solemn mysteries of the Oligarchal tribe of the Colony, or extort, from our minds, one grave thought, while contemplating their. 'i much a do' about nothing.' They have been five weeks in hatching a something; and, as long in beating up recruits to make it pass current, where we are very sure it ?will pass into a very ignoble use After five weeks of hard labour they, have given birth ; to ' A Letter of Instructions to Lord Ba ?thurst.' ? A Letter of Instructions !. .? Lordj. Bathurst, indeed, take advice— -receive in struction from a broken down faction, who. cannot, on the;greatest emergency, muster above twenty strong, including -all of family connexions, including all who arc on the watch and the catch for wool-freight, and for family-custom, and such other good things as the worshippers of dollars are on the look out (for. It is^notwithstanding, exceedingly kind and considerate to take the trouble of ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION OF BANK DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

ELECTION OP BANK DIRECTOR?. On Thursday last, the Istinst. according to public ndvertisement, tlie Bank Proprietors met to clert two' Directors in the room of those two who inay happen to cro out bv rotation 011 the 31st insti The occasion was considered one of great interest, and voters conse quently converged to tlie centre of attraction the Bank, from all parts of, the Colony. -Previously to the com mencement of the business it was found necessary by the fiicnds of those candidates who were in what may b^ termed the popular intoiost, to have a tTyc meeting, in order to enter into arrangements for ensuring siiccess; It v/us agrect] that the Clerk to thcCouncil should be supported, and it was ascertained that his election' was tolerably certain. A difficulty, occurred (then'as td ,thc choice between Mr. do Mestre and Mr. PritchettS Both were considered equally clig'ible, 'to .both votes 'had been promised, and' it was the unanimous wish of this -body of ,thc Proprietors that the-on...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET RETURNS.—(DEC. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

MaIr^ET RETURNS—CDec; l;- Tiiere has been a large. supply of grain ? at Market this- day. In .prices, tho same general depression noted on the -previous days, was. perceptible in all kinds; but the sale was as brisk *as nsnnl. iirirV tlif» iiinrknt- i--li-Mri'il *-,irlv. -'Dif snnnlv of bats tides not increase ; wliat few samples of tins article appeared lor sale, werctnk'en off by vthe buyers freely, _ on the terms of last week. The .same) may be 'applied;- to hmizo and -barley ; the supply thereof being very limited. ? ' No. of J3iish. sold'. £ s. d. 141 - sold at per Bush. O .8 6 8^0' ' .-' - .'?--, - O 8 0 20. , i , j, _ ' , - ? - O 7 9 711 .- .. - O 7 6 JlO -. , '..';-, '. '„- ,/t .-v« - , O . 7 0 Average Price »of Wheat'i - - 0 8 0 , 'Ditto of maize ! ' rd. ~ O.- b 6 t ,,. , t Ditto of Barley -,v .»'*',. 0^5 O ? t , j '.Pinc Flour K5s. per cwt. - . » t^ ' '« ! , Seconds do. SJ3s. do. , ^ :i, .' - ? t J-!' ? Potatoes, 15s. Od. per cwt — Fowls, 4s. Od. per couple '' ~- , D^ucks ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN' SYDNEY, DECEMBER 8, 1825.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAUTION TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

CAUTION' TO .SUBSCRIBERS. We have several times cautioned our Subscribers from paying monci]Llq thoko persons iclio cam/ tiboul the Kewspape) s* Wcjiml U necessary tri repeat oiir Caution ; and, further to.hij'onn those who HttsitavileMu pau inqnc)/ to the above persons, that the}/ .arc liable to be called upon Jar re-payment. As U is also our wish that- our Subscribers receive -their Papers loilh the utmost punctuality ; tie beg that whenever any omissions occur, they may. be immediately made known to us, in order that ?we liiay be enabled to supply them. ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SATIRIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

THE SATIRIST.' t Prospectus 0/^ another Ncwspa2-er, to be called t',',,Tke Satirist.' , 1 iAs nations or smaller societies advance in civilization, the arts Mid sciences are, more generally introduced amongst the inhabi tants, ,nnd many of thohc tilings that would otherwise be useless or a nuisance, are, by the industry or attention of, individuals,! rendered of real- advantage to every body. , 'For instance, .the] offhlr'of the alauglitcr-liouse, in a siiiall village, is a-'p'ublic nui-5 slJHce~r'1 « large .city it refines the nioit delicate sugar, and fur-! .mshes many articles of commerce ; and tlie smoke ltself'.offtljcj furnace is converted into fuel, and assists in heating what may! be called its own boiler, instead of being .scattered into^r, and! blackening and bespattering the clothes and faces pf the citizens.' , So wcibink that'a certain species, or sort of newspapers (vritfii ilurability. on the part of the Editor') which have hitherto been1 considered a nuisance, may be...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

. iQiiEAP.Sour. — The'-' mechanics- .and; .laborers m r ranee, aim other parts of itne- Continent, make a soup from white French beans, .wl.ich'thcy boil with sorrel, adding an egg and a little flour when it is nearly ready. TlnYsuup is really excellent, and 'with the beans forms most nutritious food, the latter being served up with a little butter and salt and pepper. AI. Chauvelin, the celebrated French chemist, has ascertained that the nutritive pro, perty of this grain e.\oced6 that of most animal food in the pro portion of .five to Tour; . ? . Spirits of wine, however empyreumatic or otherwise, may be 'completely deprived of taste and' flavour by adding subcarbonate of .potass (salt of tartar) till it falls down dry to the bottom, and the spirit has b\ this means become of a reddish hue, from its holding n small portion of potass in solution, and from which it may be freed by snbsequent distillation. ' '. ? . DOUBLE BROWN STOUT. * AFferV HogshaaJs-for SALE, at No. 8, Bligh stre...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

PUBLIC DINNER. - Dinner, which -had been kt-pt waiting foi somc'nnc superior to the ' small deer' that dropped in one by one to: fill up the herd nrouhd uic, was now evidently luakiijg its way .towards 'Jit* table in the next room ; for I saw several knowing7.1ouking fel luws ciuowing mrougn me crowu, anci going ureasi iiign ,towarus tJie savoury odour which came in upon us, like a pack o£ fo.- liounds in full chase. I was hustled about without ceremony, ind sadly puzzled what to do with myself, when to my^ great de light 1 espied a very pleasant fellow; whom I had'frcqucntiy met xt parlies in many parta'of the town, shoving his »vay towards me. I,- like the tail of a well-pleased dog, was determined to be waggish on this .occasion, and put on- a look of iuili-iccogniiion. ' Iiow, dncs my-good friend ?'. cried he, stretching out his hand. ' WcJJ, 'God-a-nierc'y,' replied I, as IJanilct did to Polonhis ' Do you 'know me ? ajked he, taking the cue. 'Excellent well'; you are^ a. jiihmo...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 6. 1S25-; CIVIL DEPAItTMENT. ? ? ', HIS Honor, the Acting- Governor, is pleased to - notify the following- appointments, made by liis Excellency, the late Governor, Sir Thomas Brisbane, K.C.B. Mr. Thomas Graham to be deputy superintendent of the Bo tanic Garden, Sydney. Date of Appointment Nov. 19, 1825. Mr, Da/ijcl Kgan to be master bont-buildur in his .Majesty's Dockyard. Date of appointment October 1, 18*24: JJiCjanies Blackmail, sen. to be chief constable of Bathurst. Date of appointment Nov. 28, 18'25. . . « -By. liis Honor's Command, ... ! Fi GouLnuRN, Colonial Secretary.; Chief Engineer's Office, Sydney, j ? ^ December 3, 1825.' ? rT^END^RS trill lie received at this Office ujt- to J- the 1 3 tli instant, at twelve o'clock, for the un dermentioned ARTICLES- ; vi^. -. - . .' Six reams of common, foolscap paper Two reams of blotting paper „ - Twelve dozen black, lead pencils _.?''* ' - Two thousand quills or pens ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. BARRON FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

MR. BARRON FIELD. The much talked of publication of Mr. Field has,     at length, reached this Colony. The original matter it contains, is really unworthy of notice. We imagine   that Mr. Barron Field must be a Cockney, and a Cock- ney too who had not had the benefit of a Sea Voyage   from Billingsgate to Margate, in a Margate Hoy. He   entertains his readers with such minute particulars of the wonderful things he saw at sea, the adventures of which he was the hero at sea, from the time he em- barked at Gravesend.on the 28th of August, 1816, to the time of his. re-landing at Portsmouth, on the 18th June, 1 824, that they cannot fail of being wonderfullv enlightened by a perusal of his "little volume." The wonder of living "367 days m one year" is not forgotten, and that the ship in which he sailed passed two ships in the Chops of the English Channel, is a fact among others, related with great historical ac- curacy. The...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT. (Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

CRIMINAL COURT. wednesday.     the chief justice entered the court this morning a few minutes after ten o'clock, when those prisoners who have been convicted, and upon whom judgment has not been passed, were severally arraigned at the bar to receive sentence.         The following fifteen unfortunate individuals     received sentence of death, thomas moss, john     McDunnel, Aaron Price, Lawrence Clenny, Patrick lynch, john gough, john bankes, thomas brookes, and mccassidy, for burglaries, richard mayer,     highway robbery, patrick kynn and robert storey, for     setting fire to a dwelling house, william perceval, benjamin bishop and nathaniel mitchell convicted of shooting at, with intent to kill, a mr.thompson,   were severally ordered for execution at such time as his honour the acting governor shall think fit. J...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

The late arrivals have brought .bng'lish ana Irish Newspapers to the early part of August, amLrEng'iisIi Newspapers to the twentieth of the san\e monW. .Tlie' ivonfiral information thev contain is not bv nil v mean's of an interesting nature. JLoru (Jochranc had. arrived in England from his long- cruising and campaign ing- in, and on the coast of South America. .His Lordship wa^s well received at home, and.evcn^thc Court party wcro disposed to .''forget the past.' 'Such u*as tlie conciliatory, tone *of the ministry, that it tois fully'ex pectcd ,he wo.uld be restored to those honors of .which he had been deprived. . Sonic ridiculous sug-gestion was eitlicr made, or contemplated to be made; by the Portuguese Consul or Ambassador in England, to put tlie ' foreign Enlistment Bill!' fn' force against Xiord Cochrane on his arrival. This bill was passed to prevent officers in the British pay from enlisting1 in the service of a foreign power, at the 'time the South American Colonies first ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

iSlllV NEWS. ,,' On, 'Friday/, night last'nrrivcd the biig LorJ RodnCv, Cnptain ?CharltonrJr{r9tn [England via IIobavtTov,u. I/HJing sum'ries. ^ Saturday from Ireland the ship Henry Porcher, Captain John Thompson with 175 male prisoners. One man died on the   passage. She left Dublin on the 5th of August, and came di rect. The guard consists of 31 men of the 57th regt under the orders of Capt. Donaldson. Surgeon Superintendent — Doctor Carter, R. N.     1 On S'.ndaythe brig Fame from Po'it Macqu'arie and Port Ste phen', -with a caVgo of timber. ' ' On Monday the hark 'Holla,1 Cant. Neilson, 'direct from Eng land, whence she silled on the 22d Aug.' Hading merchandise. On the 30th ult. s.iilcd the -sloop James, Rd. Ilcancy mastei, bound to PoitJDalrymplc with a cargo of sundries.' w '«? On Thursday tliQ'&lup.Mnry Hope for 'Cngland.**-! n '» .' Same day the schooner Newcastle, Geo. Scott Yriasler, forPoit Dalrymplev\itha cargo of sundries....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALDIBRANDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 December 1825

. HALDIBRANDE., ; Haldibrandc. Haldibrande, oh. sad was the day . # ?' When, to meet thc.pr'oud Moor, thou wcnt'bt forth in glory j .\Vtoeii fame threw 'upon Ihce her consecrate ray, - And rmhalincd thv voune name with the odour of story ! VVnatava1ts.UicDr1gniwrca5.11 inai vivioiu imui uiuiutu,, ? . Itound a brow which fond fancy could rev'rence .the more : — vAh J what thy .achievement's, so daring and splendid, ' ' Since they'sadden-a spirit once joyous and pure? ' .' ' Thine eyes with enjoyrnent no longer now bcam,_ Glazed and wild are th»y set in their orbits of sadness, N , - , Tbeir glai.ee is like meteors that fiery gleam, ' , ' . , ' ' O'er features deep tinged by the hectic of madness ! 1 Kot a word understood, doth thy lips cheerful utter, ? ' They, quiver in toiture, and mutely dilate ; 'If,.' convulsed by the conflict, they break to a mutter, ; ' -' 'Tis too deejj in its riiist'ry for foes' to translate I ( . - .Haldibrande! HaldiHrande! oh I what is ,the guilt ' ^ - Th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REASON FOR THICK ANCLES: [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 December 1825

REASON FOR THICK ANCLES: ' Harry, I cannot think,' says Dick, ' What makes my ancles grow so thick?'. ? ?'?you do not- recollect,' says Hurry, ? ' How. great a calf they have to carry.'

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAUTION TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 December 1825

CAUTION TO SUBSCRIBERS. We have several times cautioned our Subscribers ,from. paying money to those persons loho carry about the News}-apers. IVeJnd it necessary to repeat our Caiition ; and, further to inform those -who, 4/**n»)/xT,v7/v7]-»/ ?»!//-! mnnnti In thj* nhnw? n^M».c. that, thfill arfr-liahLti to be called, vponfor ,re-'payjneht. ? ' . .?:.??? 'As it is also our xoish that our Subscriber receive their. Papers, with the utmost punctuality; we beg that whenever any omissions qccnVj they may be immediately made ktiown to us- in order ijtat we mau be enabled to supply them.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 December 1825

EPIGRAM. .... I -'V -You're a thief,' said a wag, ' and L'll show it,' S li.To a; butcher ,^vith angry feeling; l'.'Ti's a scandalous fact, and you know it, Vfl'hat knives,- you are constantly steel\ug.' To make Butt'er';of cood quality.' — The milk should be most csuefully strained, through a fine strainer, so that it mny be quitefn-e from the dust and hairs that fall in the milking. The niilk'inkhe'pahs and churn should be kept in a cold airy part of the hoiiie or dairy, quite free from smoke. When the butter is gitlierecl off the churn, great care shoulcl be taken in the nuiking to expelf the niilk, by repeated washing with clean cold water ; and aftetwnrds by frequent pressure of the hands — all' the watery pai-tides Wist also be expelled ; this is a principal object, for if milk or water be left in it, a strong snicli and Unpleasant taste will soon afterwards be the consequence. ' To swLi-ten Meat, Fish, &c. that js tainted. — When meat, ficslil&c. from intense ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH, IRISH, AND SCOTCH MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 December 1825

ENGLISH, IRISH/AND SCOTCH MANNERS. -The-- Englishman goes straight forward to his purpose ; thfe ? Scotsman'1 takes occasional deflections, when lie calculates that ?they will either shorten the road, or facilitate the ascent ; and the Irishman flics sometimes to the one side, sometimes to the other. tumbles clown m lys violence, and often ends when*, he began. — In this mental powers the Englishman is persevering but slow ^ the Scotsman is' more intense and varied, but he sticks not so pertinaciously to a single subject; and the Irishman has (he rush of the wind, and also its lightness. An Englishman in power is haughty and distant— he relies on' his own schemes, ?and counts not on the favour or the assistance1 of other men. — A Scotsman in .power is apt- to be more intriguing, and, forthe'va uity of serving his connections, will allow himself to do things which an Englishman would call mean. An irishman in power is apt to lose his interest in (he gratilication of his vanity, and b...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 December 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, DECEMBER' 15, 1825. \ |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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