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MARKET RETURNS.—(DEC. 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

MARKET RET0RN&.— CDEd. 29.) . 'We Imveiiad a good supply of wheat and barley tins morn ing ; .fine samples of wheat, however, fully support-last week's^ jjriciis.'nnd the ordinary sorts sell on improved terms. The shew^ t of barlev at riiiirket beinc for the' most Dart of midtllinc ciuaJity, is dull 'in snle and about Gd. per bushel lower. \T»e supply ot maize is' rather i scanty at present,' and fully sustains our last ^ quotations, Onts.-nillMthich the market has been very sparingly supplied for several weeks ' pastj there is an increasing demand for ; — in other articles there is no particular variation. No. of, Bush. so'd. . £ s. d. i' ,'„ . CO ' ' l - ' '- ''sold at per Biish. 0 8 0 ; 40 , - - ' r - ?' - 0- 7 OX ' ?*-2l9\l ' ' -' - '' - ^JW1'- -' 0 7 9' ^'2?R- - ' '- : ' - ?'?**7 '1 ,0 7 -6 ''*?? 57. '' - - : - ' ? _ % O 7' 0 -4 ' i . t ' 'Average Price of Wheat ' - O 7 7 1-4 ' '' ? ?? ' l^itto1 of 'maizej ' * - ' O 7 6' vv ? . J ' Ditto^f Ba'rleSp** ' ' ' '- -' O 4. 0 ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editors of the Australian. GENTLEMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

To the Editors of the Australian. Gentlemen,     About eight o'clock in the evening of Christmas Day I saw one of the magistrates and the chief constable running down this town, and supposing that something of importance must have happened; I proceeded after them in order to learn what was going forward; and had not got far before I saw two or three soldiers, armed with bayonets, running at and swearing they would cut the entrails out of every one they met. They ap peared to be so much intoxicated that they did not know or care whom they made a stab at. I had not been standing more than a few seconds before one of them gave chase after me, and I considered it prudent to take to my heels. The magistrate in the mean time was actively engaged in endeavouring to quell   the riot, and the guard, under the command of a noncommis sioned officer, was also called on for assistance; but the moment they came into the street where the soldiers were causing...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

VAN mCMEN'S LAND NEWS: SFiom \hoColauifit-Times.} _ insicnci o^rcfioiving incle^iidoncft, siys the Colonial Tmic's. ill the Leading Article of. ilidifitli ult. we have become inoie dcpendiinf, more de.cidedly ainlNffeotunlly so, titan any other Colcny, even of—tlie-most iuconstet»rniili. Hi».nriiiiinn. niVi.ir. n,n range of liritibh dominion.' 'The sanl^solcum silence, that awful reception of ? the 'eye-it*!' which' ha-|,iih,fe Uie nppenrancc of a' fiinural.than of nnytotljer ceremony, itppcoicd to'-be as, sensible felt within the gates as without Ibcut*. 'J'tiLvdviland- military -i!Ticcrs exclusively,1 were requeited.yl.y a Government and Gene Til Older of the Lieutenant Governor, to bo picscnt^at the read ing of Geueriii Darling's eommissioTi.- And iliesc g'enticincri were inthcr pddly treated ; foi they werc.lst'pt in attendance from one o cjockt until five! (owing to a mistake)— some under the veranda — sqnjo in the gardens — anil others, more privifeged, in the anti-room — at w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

M GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER. ] H CIVIL DEPARTMENT. n , ? CbtONiAt Sbcreiarv's Office, Dec. 31, 1S25. ASUPPLY of British Stiver and Copper Mo ney having been sent out by hts Slujcsty'* ^^istnment for circulation m this ten Hoi-y,* the Governor' has ili :H:!«/, that the King'* Oidei m Council, dated the Hid of March, J^Bg-j, and an c\t\au of the insti notions of, the Louh Commfnioti' Hj: hit Mwntt/'s Ticasury i expecting tile issue, &-c. of llnsinouey. Hill be published joi the ivfmmnium of the public at Unge, and ^E the 'iiulance oj those pei wii viore immediately concerned. ''^?g,;. Tits LsceWency deems U expedient to obsenc, ttiat the object of ? HjVlii/esti/'i goieiiimeitt in making the aiiangemeiil ttfefied to, u .:? first. For establi htng an unobjectionable and unvaiyms; medium -Hr '^* payment o] the Ji oops; and secondly, J or ettabli Jnng an flii/in''- currency ire the -whole of his Majesty's Joieign poiseslioni, *»H«''fed vpon, and having lejerence to, the currenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

? ; 9J-, UEOitGIS STREKl'. BECEIVEU EX COLUMBIA-, a flargc variety of Gentlwnens' most fashionable LONDON*MADE WEARING APPAREL, of every description, on Sale at .? . ? ? . ;? ; . . WILLIAM PaBKEK'S. ??' No. «p71jb6'R'GB. STREET. .?W^'ECEIVED by the last Arrivals, and on Sale at ''':£& the Stores of the undersigned, in addition to Goods formerly auHertibed. , , ,i \ , — Pocket and pen knives, scissors. , , , Ivory handled rasois in cases., corkscrews- ,*,_,,. _ ^ Liquor, arid cruet frames. . , ?\\, ... PLATED branches, candlesticks, snuffers and stands. Sets of table knives and forks. . _, , ' Gilt ?oat and waistcoat buttons. ' . _ , 'iiiVer pencil easel. , . , ? , '. '?; Janan tea truys and waiters, ot sizc^-. - , ',?... Bntania metal tea and coffee pots, sugar basons, and milk .'ewers. , ? W* '??gSffifi&K^B'WSTOOFiiosES. ?',? ' . ., fr WlIiblAM PAUKEB. V B'i_\V.'p. IS, IN DAlfcY EXPECTATION OF RE CEIVING a supply of Mn. Raski»'b.iexckmbnt Cuees'e.' ' ' / 'ff , } ? '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

There is something' vastly amusing1 in experiment alising1 in the management of, Colonies, 'iand trying new .inventions in t'heir political institutions. Some extraordinary' results,, .We suppose, arc looked for, from .jthc .Meati6n''of an Executive'Cou'ncil,' and appending it to the Administration of this Colony. But the way ?in'wliicli these results are to be, accomplished, and the .grounds oV.which expectations are to be realized, are carefully shrouded from vulgar ken ;-and,' '\ve are f to wait,wi th patience, uncoguoscent alike of the mysterious instructions by which appeal'for\advTce'*to this newly constituted body is to 'be regulated, and of its inagica] influence, and its capacious attributes. We know that an Executive Council exists, that it .- is ; somehow or other tot be associated -with the Governor — that it is to havc^som'e^Fuiictions,1' some1 sway; 'but' all'* thc''rest is^ enveloped in secrecy. ' Npt~a 'glimmering of light, is suffered; to' break-in1 upon ' the'pcopl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

CAUTION TO SUBSCRIBERS. ,-^- * We have several^ times cautioned our Subscribers from paying 'money to those persons who carry' about the Newspapers' We find it necessary to~repeat our Caution; and, further to inform, those who unguardedly pay money to' the above persons, that they a?e liable to be called vponjor rc-payment. , As it is' also our* wish that our Subscribcn receive their Paphs with the utmost punctuality; we beg- that- whenever any omissions occur, they may be immediately made known to us, in order that , we. may 'be -enabled- to supply them. ? . , ? ? ? —--- '#? SYDNEY, JANUARY 5, 1826. ?

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ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. To his Exceliency Lieutenant General Ralph Darling, Captain General, Governor, and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its depenendencies. Sir, — We, His Majesty's loyal subjects, the Grand Jury of   Liverpool and adjoining Districts, in Quarter Session assembled, beg leave to approach your Excency with our unfeined con- gratulations on the safe arrival of your Excellency and amiable Family in the Territory of New South Wales. We cannot sufficiently express ouf gratitude to his Majesty, our gracious Sovereign, for his parental solicitude in appointing a Governor to rule over us, already experienced in the science of governing, so essential to the well-being of a people whose infant institutions require the fostering aid of energy and experience to support and advance them to maturity. We are aware your   Ecellency will have many difliculties to contend with in ruling a Colony ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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FOR THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 January 1826

FORTXHE AUSTRALIAN. ''Columbia — hail! in the pages of story, ' '* ' The spirit of Freedom thy nmne shall engrave— '* ' Wh'en he who released thce — and led th'ee'to glory, ' ' J Shall sleep with his Fathers — at rest in1 the craved But memory long m her trammels will fold hipi ^ The- brave ^' lAon, Heart'' — the Peruvian Sttir, ;'' *??-?'??- , '?» v' i When thc^angerofjj'eaceto her bosom sliall fold him,] ' iS-i J And 'death proudly beckon— the brave'Bolivafi ' 'r _.,. ?'?.'.', , i ? - .^ . ,-?'?? -* ? n i * ri'.if- i - ? jfViio,\va& it, that nobly, from sluiuber^awaking^-^^i ,-k, -. j,, * ' } VoY\'e*d to expire — or to coi.querfqr'tireo?!,, ^*- u^ ,. ,'_, '.-in And,, viewing the 3-oung dawn of liberty breakirig, '.r dl- ', ' , , . - . - ' . Exclaimed V-my own country thou yet shall't'be'frce ?,'',, '* ' $ 1 , Onward he rushed through the dead and the djing, „' ~ / fy ^Spreaditigthe miglit of hjs valour afar, t - v -, 1 '. t ? Till Liberty's standard in triumph was flying, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

THE 'AUSTRALIAN -j - SYDNEY,- JANuXllFT2, 1826.

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NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

NORFOLK ISLAND. The settlement at Norfolk isluud appears to be in,a state of progressive imprQvenicnt. The Amity returned to Sydney on'T hursdby lastTrom Ker trip there'to Ciirry supplies. The following' extract of a letter ,/vvilL be pci used with interest :—- , ,( ' ' . , , Before the arrival of the Amity (a gentleman writes to his friend) we began to think the goo'd people,' in Sydney^hdd forgotten^' us^ , Our,ilour -was nearly ex hausted, and we had^becn for a fortnight on lnilt'allow anc, our lea, sugary spirits, Sec. had been dpne for some time, 'but ive had~«ibundance of ni^at, fish', vegetables and milk, so could' feel' no dread of starvation. ' This is the sweetest sput ycutcan, possibly imagine — the climate fine beyond description, and our little society being very agreeable makes' It pleasant quarters.' ^.\W have lots of sport— the wild boars which :.r ± numerous -md ten ibly fierce afford gallant amusement ; 'when they are closely pursued they will attack you in a,very ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

(lOVniljMMCNT ASp GpXUllAL UUDEUS.' ? ? -p~_ , . ; ^ Civil* DhVMJTMEM. x { ' Coi.CVNTA'Ti S-BCKrXAR'i'S OlJTIfcE, J*N. 10, '1SJJG. Tf.T qppcaiing-csspnti.iltto tluvdp^aroh of. busi 1st- JL noss, .mcl ofjmpoi tanrc to the public, tl»aj * .applicilioiii for land.should reel jvc the fullest consideration, tfic 'cmcrnui Insbeoti pjonst'fl, under1 the'aurhority of tl«- Secretary uf &hti, 1» form aJJonrd, to, be .orme.U l|ie fjj^p By-hd, f6r thu ])iii|i«sf -»f assisting lmn in iincMigntirig ?uch porjjcultirs as mij- ippvir tieecivirj io'rtnJ'iuipjirn1il'decisioj» on (Jie 'applications mIikIi nn_y hv nndo,for grnnte^or, t^ pWhase Inn I. ( ' i2nill\ * IIii U\ccllcncy /has been »please.U to -forir. the Land Uoircl as -oll«'w *-?'*?!«'- — ? *'* v ^ 't' '^ ' His Honorific Lieutenant Go\criior,v ~ \ The Auditor of Colonial Accounts) and ' - y ' 'lhe'OiUJ Euginei.T.'- '.' ' ' ' *'.v *f{ 3/dly. „ 1 he1 above* bo^anl nill also consider and report on tlie npplit 'itions forcomict'servanis, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

We «havc alicarly briefly recorded our opinions of the 'Executive' Council ;fand, qn iso many occasions has -the Legislative Council claimed our .attention, that rcmaik-is not now called '.for to explain ' its, un -fitness to provide for the many needs of the Colony, and 'its inadequacy, as a, substitute, for a Legislative Assembly.' We are no ft therefore, now going to re. biimo this»J;6plc\ 'The fo»v observations which we feel disposed to. submit to our 'Reader's, will be limited to the internal alterations, the' Council, has' undergone'; and, to bonie of the members, who make a prominent' figiuie in those alterations. There niay be.soaie 1 ft tic interest in tins'; tlFough, we freely acknowledge thal- soiloug as the 'people have nothing to do with the nomination, and Vo long as the number, temains ie-' stiictcd to so icw as cei-un, ive shdll never icg-ud the ?itig'mg of changes in the- Conn ril' as a .'hiatte^ of much consequence.' ' -?'- ?♦ ? ' , -cr; -?-..' The Legislative Coun...

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MARKET RETURNS. (JAN. 5) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

MARKET .. RETURNS. t (Jak. 5.) We had a plentiful Mm ply of WJicat at marKci ims morning — thuhoJders demanded an advancc.on'.the terms of last-iveok Cut the best qualities, .but could not effect salos ; however thu nrinBa.Haan'.i'nvii wav to 8s. Jid.a'nd atthe close of the market fine samples, weighing £»O tO'oO lus. per tnisnei, were nucren ac 8s. which induced the- buyers' to take them freely, awJ the market was tolerably'. cleared. - 'All inferior doiciipiioiw met but little attention, a good deal thereof remaining housed for ne\t week, — tliprS- was^also n pretty supply of mai/e, and the trade lias accordingly siislninud a dampness, in tl-oe\ celling high prices which th'at a'rticle lias maintained at tnis juncture— the supply of oats does not increase, .. what little nppe.irs is cageiiy bought up at^Gs. per .bushel. -Bar'Jey, may be considered Gd. below last week's currency. ' , No,' of^uih. sold/ 1 I'-'- - ' ':--1' -' ' '£ *s. di . 122 , -„. .,,- - , sold at per Busm O -0 ,SG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

JPAUL lias for Sale' very fine flavoured Muscadel , , »^ wine in bottles, and superior old Port ditto. -_ COOPER and ,L£VEY take this opportunity of informing: the Public, that' their Steam Engine ? i:- ,nnw at work, and it is their determination to sell flour for a , 'fimalL profit. The power of said Engine being gieat, it will b.c ,, . tp ihsifidvanirigft to keep the same at- work, 'and not to look' for - -'the large. profit heretofore made on the-sale- of flour: * , likewise they will keep on sale, cracked corn for feeding 's.topk, on terms as above. , ?' ' Waterloo Warehouse, Dec. 20, 1825- ?. - . WHEAT SEVEN SHILLINGS PER BUSHEL S' v - , , - CASH. ' dTNOOPER &| LEVEY will leceivc, at the Waterloo .7 ?^--'-. Warehouse*, good ?.Vhear,.,atvthe above price,, free r fi6m smut — not less than i?8Jb. to the bushel. - !.,...' -.. . ' ', -t ; ;- .r, ; -, ;* COOPER & LEVEY have on Sale,- in addition -o r 'j T.t -'Pv!ierv Goods — -Jamaica rum 25 O. P. porter' by .fjie late...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 January 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times) The Harvest.Letters from Correspondents in all parts of the island report the favorable prospect of the approaching har- vest. Barley is already cut in many districts; and the bay har- vest is nearly all in. We understand that a partial smut prevails in some parts, but to no great extent. The best judges are of opinion that there will be most abundant crops. Potatoes yield well this year.   The JUedwajr.' after 'prdeccdirig to Sydney; will return 'to this port, to fill up itefe with CofoninT produce for England. v v % ' Letters by th& John Dunn', dated the 20th of Aug. from a res-- ptfctable mercantile ljoiibe iii London, mention, that the' Colonial! Secretary for Van Dienien's Land would depart early in tlje next month j and that' a Commissioner for the Court of lluqacstb'had also been appointed. - . The Moffat, of 800 tons, and the Juliana, of 600 tons, had arrived at Quebec, direct from China, with tea and oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

^e request' that our Up-Country Si-bsciibers will send the imoui.tor their leapcclive Dills as delivered to them— either tt nur Ortice. Sydney for to Mr. Walker, Paira.matta, Mr. B.o«n, Liverpool, %pr Mr' Titn, VVindsor. ' i ? ^_»_ ? -'?- -**??**- -^r ? - .. ' . ' ?« SYDNEY;' JA'nIjARY ~li), 1&2G. ' ' ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

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THE CORROBORIE AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

THE CbRROUOitlE A'i^PARJRAMATTA.' ' On Tuesday, pursuant. to public notice, the corro' boric 'or annual festival was given to the xiborigina' natives. The concourse of persons who assembled in the.Market-nlace. Parramatta. to view 'the- spectacle, notwithstanding the incessant tall ot ram during- the day, was 'lolerably'numerous. At 3 -o'clock- -in: the afternoon the- Lieutenant Governor arrived olpthe, ground, and u-'as -'shortly afterwards followed by Col. Dumm-esq, accorhpa'nied with ,th'c licv.^V. Cowper, S. Marsden, and a number of civil, and military officers,, The' native. princes and princesses were shortly after wards honored with the notice of the above gentry, who soon gave directions -for the roast and boiled beef, soup, plum pudding, and grog, to be served ,up to the sable gentry. The' chief?, who were present on the occa'sion,' consisted of Jlungavcc, Blan'g, Dual, Cogle', -Boodcny, Jtfiaggaivand'Jebingc. They were seated at the head of their' respective' tribes, who w...

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MARKET RETURNS. (JAN. 12) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

WARKiiT RKTURNSi ' (Jan. 12.'- ' .'Owinc to the unfavorable stale of the weather, which has rcn 'dprcd ii'imnraclkablc for the -settlers to ^hrash at this juncture^ unless in hoiibed frcanaries, the anivalof wheat was very .limited. n». tr,miilt-w-\hiiiticd for sale chiefly consisted of -last weeks. L- residue.- Sales of inferior-descriptions were eirectcit,- but wan very kittle improvement — whilst iine samples maintain steady, pnc.es. ,,Ncw clean wheat, 58lbs. to the -ushcl, fetched 8s. -BJaize and , barley are a' triile cheaper.. The luxuiiant appearance of the I 1 ciops, every where visible, this season, has disp.iritcd our buyers, 1 -sales being only effected to moot present demands ? J Hi - ' » , -'. sold at petjBush. 0 8 6 As' ' ?-'.-. -,' - - 0 8 0 '- . ', '?- Avp.rnge Price. of Wheat . - :'O\7 101-4 - 1 -Ditto of maize ... -, - ? O 6 6 -. - -,. ? Tihto of Barley ' . - O 4,6 | ' , % Tine Flour UVs. 6d. per cwt. , . . , 1 ' - ?' Seconds do. 20s. Od. do. ' ' ? ' ' .»,-', Potat...

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