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GOVERNOR DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 December 1825

GOVERNOR DARLING. ^The Governor has arrived — the.Governor has been sxvojm in — the. Governor has landed, — the Governor «- Governor by virtue of warrants — oaths and .proclama tions! There's news for the Colony-^-there's a piece of History for our Readers: Possibly, a ' sweet piece*of History; this time will shew: certainly too-.', short' for us, say our Readers. Well, then, to give things a little more in detail, we will be: the Governor's 'very humble servant from the 'top of our head to the very shoe-strings,' and our Readers very humble .'servants to the ' centre of the earth,' and relate nothing we do not know or have not heard' Well, moralising apart, the arrival of a Governor is an ocra to any Colony, to a new Colony a great one--.-to this the greatest of any. The arrival of a Governor brightens, every face, and produces mental sunshine. Every body looks forward with hope, and thinks '?'?jam Wedeunt'saturniareg7ia.' No quotations,'if yo-uplease, Mv. -Ed. ; go oil i quietly w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 December 1825

THE COMMITTEE of the AUSTRALIAN AGRI CULTURAL COMPANY having been instructed to demand a further instalment of Two Pounds sterling per Share — the Proprietors resident in the Colony are therefore re^ quested to pay the amounts respectively due, into the Bank wf New South Wales, on or before Saturday the 3 1st instant, in Spanish dollais at five shillings each, with fifteen per -ccj'it, premium. By order of the Committee, ?„-. T. C. Harington, .*''??' ' ' ' Secretary. I 'Sydney, Dec. 10, 1825. ? ' - ^: ltOYAL MAIL COACHES. IN CONSEQUENCE OF REPEATED COM-, plaints from passengers, of . dangerously rapid driving, particularly towards Sydney on the night'of the 28th ult.' the Proprietors beg leave to inform the Public, that each Coachman - . is directed to take one hour and fifteen- minutes i n performing his distance ; five minutes of -which- time is allotted foi watering, - aiid 'resting theiiorses ; and the Guard is particularly directed to ? takein'otice that the above liine isstiic...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(DEC. 15.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 December 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (Dec, 15Y) 3 - , Our market this day was well furnished with wheat and barley ; butthe supply of all other grain was limited. The holders of fine new wheat were sanguine, ^in consequence of. the high tendors ?whii-fi . Imvf- hnnn nrrcnf.-rl fur (he sunnlv of this description of 'grain for the public service— hence higher- prices were asked. There was evidently a reluctance on the part of the buyers to -give f.he prices demanded ; still, such as were of a superior qua ? htVfhcinz scarce, commanded a trifling advance from the terms of' last week. ' The sales of middling and' ordinary proceeded ?extremely slow, end may 'be considered rather cheaper. Tli'e rcnize trade was brisk, fine fresh corri has' improved in value. Barley is somewhat cheaper. The mealing trade. has undergone' no alteration this week. ,-iNo. of Bush. sold. ? ?-'.'? of si d. 363 - - sold at per Bush. 0 0 0 109 - ' - - 0 7 «J 411 - '-- -. -076 ? iOi - ' - ' -'' * - O* 7 0 i. , 29 - - , -* ' -/'-' „'. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 December 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. . , Colonial Secretaky's Offick, Pec. 21. 1S25.' THE Governor lias been please'd to appoint Henrj' Dumai'esq; Esquire, to Vie Iris Private Secretary. His R\cellency Jins also, been pleased to appoint Henry Du niaresq. Esquire,* tp.be ,Clerk of the Executive Council, until his SInjesty'i pleasure shall be k»o\\n. Btf His Excellency's Command, ' F» GduMJURy, Colonial Secretary. Colonial SncnnTAHY's'OFFicE, Dec. 20, 1825. ? milE Governor proposes receiving1 such Persons at JL 'Government House, as may he desirous of seeing, him on busincssron Mondays and Thursdays, between the hours of twelve and three o'clock. * . . ' ' His, Excellency requests that they will commit their wishes, or' the object of their application, to writing,- in ,lhe form of a mu iiiorandum, in order to prevent the misapprehension which might arise, from desultory conversation ; and, no time will be lost in ' communicating to them his Excellency's decision. — Should any, emergency occ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 22 December 1825

SHIP NEWS.                         On. Saturday, last arrived the ship Midas, captain Baigrie, with 58 females prisoners, having landed 50 at Hobart Town. Left London, the 25th of July, St. Jago the 20th of August, and the   Derwent, the 3rd inst. Surgeon Superintendent. Dr. Cameron, RN. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Eagar, Mrs. Davis and son and   daughter — besides four free women and their families. Same day direct from London, whence she sailed on the 14th of August, the Pearl company's bark, Sir George Osborne, capt. J. Thompson, with a valuable cargo of merchandise, and 198 Saxon sheep, belonging to:Mr. A. Hely. Passengers, the Rev.     Mr. Williams and lady, Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin, Mr. J. Hosking, Mr. Harrington, Mr. E. Riley, Mr. Hunt, Mr. T. Newman, Mr. Mr. T. Finch, and H. Jos...

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THE GOVERNOR'S ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

THE GOVERN* Ht'S ANSWRR. . To. the magistfatcs.resideiii at or hear Sydney. Gentlemen, — I am very sensible of yourattention, and beg you; will; accept my best thanks for your congratuiations'on !iny arrival in this government, .and thesafetv of mv family after a i'o;i age necessarily tedious and fatiguing. ? A:;- .?-:?' ?.'.; Tha assurance that your active, loyal, and dutiful exertions will be' employed in maintaining.'the, peace,' harmony, and good orf'e-'of tlie cpmriitmiJy, is highly satisfactory to me,, and has cfnnrnied tlie anticipations I had been led ' 1*6' indulge wilftf Res pect to the magistrates of this metropolis, whose character 'is a guarantee for the faithful performance of their important duties.' I am much flattered b3r tlie avowal o.!-Uie.' opinion' you are \ le s.-d to entertain qf me, and shall be liappy.if -it is in'iny power to fulfil the hopes you have expressed^ -' ' . ?', These hopes, Gentlemen, will hot lie' disappointed if a sincere devotion to the inter...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. The Lord CJiancellnr read the following speech, uhen Parlia nirnt was prorogued in July last :-p ? i . ' 1 --' MyLonns and Glntlemen, ? ' The business of the Session beiiis rtdw broucht to a conclu sion, -we, are commanded 03- Jus JM.ijesty to' express the great satisfacti-n wbicli he feds in releasing you from your laborious attendance in Parliament.' ? ~ . , ( ?? ' His Majesty returns you his warmest acknowledgments for the zeal roiJ assiduity with which you hare prosecuted tlie inqui ries into the state of Ireland, which Jie recommended to 3'ou'at the opening «f the Se&siqr.1 , t , -T'- 1 . ' It is a particular gratification to his Majesty, that the tran quillity and improved condition of that part of the'TJnited King dom have rendered the extraordinary powers with which you had invested his Mnjest3' no longer necessary for the public safety. ? ' His Majesty is happy to be able to announce to you, that he receives from all foreign powers the str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

. CAUTION TO SUBSCRIBERS. ?? [We have several times cautioned our Subscribers from paying noriey to those persons who carry about the Newspapers. : We find it necessary to repeat our Caution ; and, J'urther to iiifqrm those who 'thgiiardedly pay money to the above persons, that they are liable to, )e called upon for re-puyinent. : ?As it is also our wish that our Subscribers receive' their Papers vith the utmost punctuality ; we beg that whenever any omissions tccur, they may be immediately made known to us, in order, that t,e may be enabled to supply them. ' ? ' SYDNEY? DECEMl3ER~29, 182fo

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TRADE TO AND FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

TRADE TO AND FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. .An. account of the number of ships, and the amount: of their tonnage, -which have cleared out from the 'ports of -5reat Britain and Ireland, for New South' Wales and ^an Dieincn's Laud; and also the number ,wi..?h.t.i!jih^.m':' luiuicigu, which enierea irom ttiese . ports; -and the official value of exports' to, and imports from, these Colonies, in each year, for the three years, from 5th January, 1822, to 5th January, 1825. Nuhib'er and tonnage of. ships cleared outwards to New South Wales and Van -Diemen's Land. Years ending Great Brifnin. Ireland. United Kingdom. 5th Jan. ? Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage. Ships. .Tonnage. 18S3 35 11,424 1 280 36 '&i,T0* X8«4 S* 12,377- 1 360 w 35 12,767 ?18*5 30 11,439 -SO .11,439 Number and tonnage of 'ships entered inwards, from New South! -r - ? Wales nnd Van Diemen's Land. Years ending Groat Britain. Ireland. .^tlniied KirigJom. I'. 5th Jan. Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage. Skips. Tonnage. *8S3, 5 1,...

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ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

AQDn^SS TO THE GOVERNOR. To his Excellency Lieutenant General Darling, Cnptain General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the territory of New South Wales and its dependencies. Siia, — We, the undersigned, magistrates of this territory, |iiiuwi|jnny lcsuicui. ai or near 10 oyuney, availing ourselves ot our contiguity to your Excellency's present residence, embrnce the opportunity thus within our power, to wait on your Excel lency with this early expression .of our sincere and cordial con gratulations on your safe anival in Xhe capital of your Excellen °'j * government. -' Wo also take the liberty to offer our equajly sincere nnd cordii 1 congratulations on the happy occasion of your Excellency, Lady, and Fan:ily, having arrived safe, after encountering the perils and privations necessarily attendant on,so long and tedious a voyage. ? . ' As magistrates and loyal subjects, we further beg to approach your Excellency, with the assurance that our most active, loyal, and dutit'...

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THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

THE MAURITIUS. ^Jt^may perhaps he of j^d vantage to trie mercantile tnjterenfs of the Colony to be put in possession of the w&fii't enactment, respecting the trade of the United' Kiiiffdoin with the Isle of France, we have therefore' .subjoined the Act, which was passed in the last Session' of Parliament :— ? ? ?* Whereas it is expedient that all duties and regulations re-; Ialipg to. importation and exportation into and from his Majesty's! islands in the West Indies should be extended to *he-lsland ofj ^Mauritius : be it enacted, &c. that all goods, wares, and mer-j chandize, 4he growth, produce, or manufacture of the Island of: .Mauritius, ami all goods, wares, and' merchandize Which shall ; lave'bcen imported intqtlie said Island of .Mauritius,' and which; *hall be imported intci any part of the United Kingdom of Great! ?Britain anil' Ireland, or into any possessions ot his Majesty, his' ?heirs or successors, shall be liable, upon such importation into 'the United...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

?ff^DWARD J. KiilTH, Esq. lately admitted. to the S-4 Bar in this Colony, has removed from No. 69, Pitt-street, to No. 3, York-street. ? ~ ' MArIZE~FOirSALEf ' IN any Quantities not less than 5 Busiicl.% at the Stores of David Mazicre and Co. Pitt-street — The Mai/o is in vcr3''f»nc condition, Price 6s. Cd. per bushel. It is ixpectcd cash' will be paid' on delivery. , ' ' . ' ?D-V'V'ID MAZIERE-fit* Co. ,u ¥- AINE and RAtiSAY lia^e~for SALE at- their &-& Stores in Bligh-street, the following collection 3f choice WINES in brittle :— ? - ^ ' ; ' .' J , Port in quarts and pints ? Sherry ? ' ?'? -.'','?? Frontignac in quart? and pints - ? -- - - i ,'-t, .,_ Claret— St. Julien, Lafitte- and JUedoc. , , ...' Constantia in pints ? '_ . - . .? Roussillon * ' ''''-« l ',' Champagne, still nnd sparkBng, in' quarts amipiriM ' 1 ' - Also, the following OQUEUKS:— . . ' . - ; { t Cherry and ra«pbeiry brandy, noyeau, annisette, rum sluub.' RAI NE 'and HAMS AY have the'.following gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

»JtM»»-M|»m»»*MJ^waPa»B»»TBlHi»m^lUJiMBlg«J«IHIII»«lll Illl I HI ill MM— GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. : 'CotosMi- Secbetaiit's. Oi'picii', DecI 28. 182J?. N'o.PTnHH f loads ? of Departments will submit for 1. -S- the consideration of 'the 'Governor, 'copies of nil iuUorliceiiients tailing for lenders previous to their being pub IisIk (1 , as likewise, No.. 2. All contracts winch mav, be 'entered into (which nre to |»e completed with as little delay as po siM«? after the tendei\ ha\c been accepted) m order to tlu*r being confirmed by hii- Lxtellency. '' r ' ' ' No. J. No clinrgo for expenses, incurred under any contract will be 'allowed in (lie public accounts, unless the contract, con' h nied by thc'Goiqrnnr, is produced in support of the charge. ' By his Excellency's Coinmand, u ! F. GouiiBuux, Colonial Secretary * ? *SJ* i Coxonial Secretary's OrriCE, Deo. 28, 1S25. P~1'VIE Governor lias been pleased to approve of tlie -*L' following* appointments; — to the Police at Pan a niall...

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A WASHING DAY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

A WASHING DAY IN ENGLAND. Perhaps it is not known'to all Benedicts, and such most com fortably situated gentlemen, what aVi event a washing da3^ is ; how, and when it begins, and when, and how it ends. A wash ine day. at home .then, is the longest day in Ihe week : it gene rally begins at seven o'clock on the evening of Monday — and_ continues foul weather with breezes, till the afternoon of Tuesday. ' The dreadful ' notes of preparation' are,iiFs4 sounded by the splashing of buckets full of water, 'on the evening previous to the ill-fated day, ? It\vould'scein as if the second sack of Trp3' had commenced : the hum of buckets and kettles^— the familiar 'household words' of Tolly and Thomas and Betty j reiterated from one extremity of the house to the other, all indicate the force of the enemy, and that the-ba'ttle is waxing hot. — Polly i« wanted in the name of the brass kettle. Thomas is required on behalf of the tub; and Betty is principal engineer of empty buckets. Poor GrimalJun...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

' The following1 extract from the letter of a corres-, pondent %yill put our Readers, fully in possesslon^of the means bj which the declaratory clause in the Jury, .Bill, respecting' the Emancipists, got introduced. It is needless to add, that the words ' enacted and de clared,' clearly shew that those who had obtained free pardons, either by emancipation or servitude, were considered previously eligiblej to the, office of juror.; This was always our. opinion j and, for this reason, we condemned the unjustifiable exclusion which was ille gally practised.; It is some satisfaction . to. see our. opinions thus supported by the British Legislature.. ' Mr. Peel, . at '? my suggestion,' (says our corresppn-, dent) ' '.introduced .'the clause recognising the right of persons holding- free 'pardons to act as Jurors.: 1 did not, at the time, know of- the objections which I per-, caive'' were 'made' in - the Colony ; but, I thought it would be as well to put! the possibility of objection out ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   (Extract of a private letter from Hobart Town, dated Dee. 1.) "The bushrangers visited Pitt Water on Friday last, and after regaling themselves for 24 hours at the house of Mr. Robert Bethune, proceeded to the township, taking with them Mr. R. B.'s overseer, all his servants, Messrs. Walter Bethune, and   William Bunster, tied together, marching after dusk up to their   middle in water nearly all the way; and on their arrival in Sorell Town went to the gaol, surprised the military guard, nine in number, who had been much fatigued by a long march through a heavy rain all day, took their arms, confined them and their gen- tlemen prisoners in a cell, to whom may be added Capt. Glover, of the township, and several others, making a total of nearly forty. Brady and three others managed this affair, while the   remaining four proceeded to the house of the chief constable and gaoler, A. Laing, for the purpose of despat...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

SHIP NEWS.   Arrived, on Thursday last, in 15 days from Macquarie Island, the colonial brig Wellington, captain Day, belonging to Mr. J. Underwood. Lading 65 tons of elephant oil   Same day, in 17 days from Auckland's Island, the colonial schooner, Samuel, capt. Drydesdale, belonging to the house of Jones and Walker. Lading two thousand fur seal skins. Late on Friday night last, the brig Colombia, capt. O.H. Wil- son. - She left Plymouth the 1 6th of July, and Rio de Janeiro the 27th of September. Lading, merchandise. Passengers, Thomas   Icely, Esq. Lieut. Rose, R.N. capt. Robinson, Messrs. J. Lis-   comb, ,W. Brien, and Evans. On Monday last, the colonial brig Haweis, capt.Dibbs, from   the Society Islands, whence she sailed the 22d of November.   Lading 48 casks of pork, 5 casks of lard, twenty-four casks of coconut oil, and twenty-one casks of arrowroot. Passengers Mr. A.. Thompson, late master of the ...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(DEC. 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 29 December 1825

MARICET RETURPrS,-^-CPfic- 22.) . Owing- to the very extensive arrivals of -Wheat at our market . for some weeks past, the-trade lias assumed an exceedinglyrdull aspect :? however) the supplies' this day were chiefly of a supe rior description, and sales were effected at a trifling reduction irom ine leniis ui iasi wi-ch. x uuic :uua ma«j ««.»-?? ?* ?'?&^ -— \'\'j of maize at market; but ttiis article fulljr supports our last quota tions. In barley and oats there is no variation. No. of Bush. sold. , -£ «? rf 67 - ' . .- sold at per Bush. O - 8 O 193 _ '-'..?- - O 7 fi - 132 '_''?- - - 07-3. 619 _..,'?- -070 ijt _ - O 6- 6 31 , - ? , -, ' ?-' \ , - 0 6 S CO ? - -- 0 G, 0 U5 '*'_''' . . - ' '- O '5 6 . ? Average-Price of Wheat «J - ' ' 0 6 10 1-8 ] Jit to of maize - 0 6 9 Ditto of Barley - 0 4 9 , Fine Plour 'Z'ls. 6d- per cwt. Seconds dd. 20s. 6d. do. m t , Potatoes, l'2sJ Od.- pcrj cwt. — Fowls, 4s. Od. p'cr couple* Ducks ?s. Od. per ditto — Geese 15s. 0i\. per ditto Butter...

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ANSWER. Government-house, January 2, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

iANSWBR. GoveriHiiaiit-lionsc. .Tnnnartf '9. 1 n-ifi. »'»i — j-'ui-g yuu win rtuijuiiini - me ruremnu nnii vjeuiiemcil oi the Grand Jury at Liverpool, that 'I shall take an early oppor tunity of iopk'iug into the 'subject of their presentment,' which You.wcre pleased to submit to nie :oh Saturdav last 'and 1 shall* not fail to give it every attention in my power. , „, , ' I request you will assure those Gentlemen that I am very sen sible of tho expression of their feelings on ,thc occasion of my assuming the Administration of this Government. ? I have the honor. to be, Sir, , ? ' * your most obedient humble .servant, 'v ' ' - 11a. Darling. William Carter, E-f|'. Chairman of the Quarter Sessions.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

SHIP KEWS. '. .4 rrived, on Satuiday night last, in eleven days from'Fort Daljp ryniplo, the colonjal cutler Governor Arthur, capt. Hassel., Pas^ sengers,' Messrs. J. H. Reiby, owner, T. Williams, and J.- Grif- fiths.' Lading wool nnd. kangaroo skins, r Tie same night, in 8 days fromPortDalrymple.thesIoqptJames, capt. Heaney- Passenger, Mr. Fallen. On Tuesday, the ship Marquis of Hastings, capt. W. Ostle r ?witli 152 male prisoners, and stores for «o\ eminent. Left Ports mouth the 2ith of August, ~and Rio de /aneiro the 2nd of. No verober.' The guard consists of 37 rank and file of the 57th regt. The surgeon superintendent Dr. Ruthu.rford, R. N. The same day,, the bhip Sir Godfrey Webster, captain J. Rcy iioldson, .with 191 male prisoners — she' left Cork the 11th. July, Te'neriffe th-? 4th August, and the Cape of Good Hope (where, she put in through sickness among the people) the 18th '-Nov. . The guard consists of 34 rank and file, of the 57th regt. under the orders of Lieutenants...

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