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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

' PUBLIC MEETIKG. ' On ~lmvsday last, pursuant to a requisition, a public ^mooting was convened at the Court-house,- in Castle vcagh-strccr, for the purpose of taking- into consideration, .1.'.. ... ? :„«.„ ,,-r ,-.-n'cp,ifiri-i- an address, to hisilixcel lency the Governor, upon .the occasion ot Ins assuming, the Government. ' . - ' - At'elevcn1 o'clock the meeting he'an to assemble, v b'ut in 'consequence of-tho heavy fall of rain in-flie ?^u'rse'of the mornin?, as aUo-tlie picccding evening, the attendance jon the occasion was not so numerous as was expected, however the numbev present were, by - no1 means few/ ami wcio highly respectable. , . A few minutes before twelve o'clock thcbborid took ntlic chair, and the business of .the meeting, commenced 'with a few prefatory remarks from rtie chairman, who, . expressed his wish to hear the sentiments of any gcn: r,!tkun,inivlio might be disposed to stejWforward. . Mr. iVontwouii' U-eii.rose_aud said.-mwrw i«« *«p pcucd IoIjo one of t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

Tlie only new feature- in' the Address voted to t?ie Governor last Th'irsday. is the introduction of tlie claims of the Colonial] Youths. The Colony, having been in existence now nearly forty years, ,and liavinj been thriving 'duririg^that period almost in a geomc trical|tktioS/it is,' obvious tluit the native barn youth must be coustdcrablc in point of ^numbers ; and, from tl'io'(Wcaltliuof many of their parents, well able to effect great improvements in the 'face of the country, weftj . the* opportunity given thcm.\' From them, indeed, one may fairly expect greater ami more immediately bene ficial results' than from '^migrants, who are strangers to the climate, and the^ system of agriculture which ought, to 'be adopted.' -'-Much time 'is necessarily spent by the stranger before/he can jenderjthe land he cul ?*:-„*„'„? !«..«R*a!,1o. 'to .'the extent of its capabilities. The linowledge hct brings ivitlt'jjjim of f;unnnS pur 'suitsl is' not 'allogcthcr available ;#Sid, he is often- l...

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

. WANTED, A STEADY YOUNG WAN or WOMAN, to act in a Shop. - One who has been accustomed to ' the haberdashery lmc would be preferred, and must produce must unexceptionable reference as to character. . . Appl^ at the late house of Mrs. Kickaid's, Gcorgc-stroct. , ? : ? : WAITED, ~7 A WORKMAN of ability and integrity to act in the capacity of Foreman 'in a Cabinet Manufac tory. .X!i. Vorooiio attend two 'orses-A reference as to , cbfctcraudabili^iH be retired. Ajflyff^ ^dney, ' ?'??',. ! 'wanted, 'a -steady, intelligent, practical '. -!Ari?ARMLER and, GRAZIER, to undertake, the ; ..with Kf cncoutagbuicntjwdjnuncdiate employment, ''*'' Also wanted '. Vrespectable Pcmalc, who thoroughV under 1 ^V^ndTtSSpg of Utter and cheese, and the concerns of, he . stand? tnc m «'Vg « woman would be- preferred, and ll ? t^rvK^1 sadsfaciory tostiraoai-als .' to ?... .competency andfdharactcr.. ^ ._ J. T, Cawpbell. ' 11 '**-'- ,-' ? ' ' ''wanted,' , , .;,; ; ?? '^ ' \a'n OVERSEER, 'perfectly competent. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

MARRIED.-On Saturday last, by the Rev. W. Cooper, at St. Philip's Church, by special licence, Mr. George Bloodsworth to Miss Maria Cox, of Macquarie-place.

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CRIMINAL COURT. (January 14.) PERJURY. The King v. F. E. Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

CRIMINAL COURT-, (January 14) PERJURY. ' ' ' The King verses . F.E. Forbes: This was a prosecution conducted at the instance of   Mr. E. S. Hall against the defendant, for having taken a false oath. '                     It appeared in evidence, that the prosecutor and defendent had been very intimate friends, and that   various money transactions had passed between them Mr. Hall having received advances from Mr. Eager previous to his leaving the Colony, gave him a sort of mortgage on his, cattle. Subsequently, to his departure the defendant advanced further sums to him, and the mortgage deed was cancelled, and a deed of sale, of the cattle made by Mr. Hall, in the joint names of Eager and Forbes— Mr. Forbes acting in this for him self and on behalf of Mr. Eager. A bond was exe cuted by the, defendant, giving Mr. Hall the power o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph Darling,   commanding his Majesty's Forces Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South     Wales, and its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the,   same, &c. &c. &c.     WHEREAS, by virtue of the Act of Parliament, commonly called "the New South Wales Act,"   his Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane did, on the twenty-first day of July, 1824, appoint certain days for the holding of Quarter   sessions at Sydney, Liverpool, Parramatta, and Windsor, until otherwise duly endured, from time to time; and whereas the dlays   to specified have proved inconvenient :—Now therefore, by vir- tue of the said act, I, the Governor do appoint the said Sessions to be holden on the days following, until otherwise ordered in that behalf; that is to say —     &a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORONER'S INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 January 1826

CORONER'S INQUESTS.   An inquisition was held on Saturday last at the Sheer Hulk Public House, Cumberland-street, before the Coroner for the County, on the body of John Pat terson, a seaman belonging to the ship Medway, now lying in the Cove, Some watermen found the body floating on the surface of the water, the day after de ceased had been missed from the vessel. Verdict -- accidentally drowned. Another Inquest was held on the following day at     the sign of the Nottingham Arms Public House, Pitt- street, on the body of Mr. Nathaniel Lawrence. The deceased was greatly addicted to drinking ; he had on many recent occasions been observed in an extreme state of inebriety, and betrayed at times strong symp toms of a disordered mind. The deceased had retired to rest on Friday evening, after passing some time at a house in the neighbourhood, to which be usually resorted. Mrs. Lawrence on going into the bed-room   in less than an hour a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

.THE AUSTRA^JAJf SYDNErTJ ANUAIlYjn, 1826.

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MARKET RETURNS. (JAN. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

, MARKET itETUIUSS. (Ja*. 19) ? * Nouuthstaiuling the bad stale of the -weather, lately, which lii's somei\hat im peeled hnivdlsfrom tlie interior, the/ market this . d.-y was t olci ably weil supplied with wheat. - -? ' oi ? - .- - sold at Tier Bush. 0 10 0 ' ; 'IJ5 *- '? - ', ...--' 0 9 (6' -.-? ? 40' - ,- ^ l .*- ' 0 9 . 3 r. ' ? ,70 , ' -.'- '-?'-' 0 '9 I - * so i ? : . ? - . . ; ? - - o 90 -i'J . ' - .' - --?-'- (V 8 9, „ . 7 PT 1 - . -.,.,,.- - 0; 8 . 0 Aierage Price of Whcafc, - -' , 0 0 0 3-4 '? ..,'.-- ?' iDil tp of m'size'. ' - 0 7 3 n-' .? ' 'Ditto of Barley' - ?.' ' - ^0 - 5'* 3 f , , .', a fc , t Fine Flour '2'2i-. 66. per c'wt. ? ' '. ' . pj_- ,,'?? „ Seconds do. 25s. 3d. do. - ? -? ^ s Potatoes,'1 12s. Od. ru?r 'cut. — Fowls, 3s. 6d. per couple ', J)ucki'5s.'0(L per ditto— -Geese 7s. fid. per ditto ,',.'? ' ^utter/ls. 9d: per lb. — Eggs, Is. 6d'~ pei dozen. ' ,,vr Cheese-, Is. Oil. per Ih. ? . ' ' -.._ / ' ' , ' 'A»iso price oi bread sixpence :pcf loaf. , 't -,'' » Se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NE^VS. Y Frntn'Thp. Clolon'u'd Tithes of Jan. iGi'V No-.pai ticular. accounts had been heard of iho Bushrangers^ this morning. They plundered that -unfortunate 'settler] Mr.' JJeywood,at his residence in the Macquaiie district, on Saturday f.i.i.o 'nf p.i'cm artic-Ao. he. nosseiscd. .He is now cndcavouriikr to' negociate with Cnptain' Foreman', of the Denmark Hill, for a passage to ?England.-b^' sale of his faim, the- only icmnintlct 'of ;tlie wieck of' a large property, which he has been deprived of by »jilu»der. .'. -. * -♦ ' -'' - - * . ' , ' ' There aYe at this moment upwards of 200 soldieis, and 100 vo lunteers, in different d'n Actions in pursuit of them.' ', . , Brady,-' tho leader, and two others, were t mounted; on horse .back, when they left Mr. Hey world's ; t lie other nine were on foot. ,Mukder ATlLAUNCL?sl'o'^f:5— On 'Saturday 'last Jeffrey,' who ? lately biroke out of ( the Launceston watch-house, accompanied with (he'two miscreants who followed him,...

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CALCUTTA NEWSPAPERS AND NEW SOUTH WALES. AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

CALCUTTA NEWSPAPERS, . ,; NEW SOUTH WALES. AUSTRALIA X A O HI C V LTURA L^COM PAN Y. From tho John Hull of Ainu -19. V 'We lately uiseited a notice from one of the English, papeis/ to UicVciTcct that an Australian Agricultural Company had been, incorporated by Royal Charter, for t]ic puipuso of extending cullivalion, and producing wool of thu Quest quality iti l-c\v South Wales, and it w.is added that government had made a gratit of a million of acres, rent free, for five 3'cars, to the Com-, pany. Our reader are aware, we imagine, that a neiv paper has lately. made its nppcarnncu at Sidney, under the title of the Aus tralian. It is ,1 weekly paper, and wo have received the first sixteen numbers of it. Tlie Australian is conducted on .t lie most independent principles, nnd we cannot but express our hopes, that guided by a prudent hand, the natural elects of an inde pendent press will follow its. establishment. We may possibly hereafter give our readers a specimen of tlie freedom wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. | ( CnfPMii. Si cm i u.Vi- 'Office, Jan.' 20, IS 2-5. ' A -^ °^tt-l v '^ ')e M1 ?iiT'id'ance rit tne Commissariat X a- O/hcc, overy Monday, li-oni ton o'clooli nut il throe, for the purpose of giun^ Pill-, mi fie fouls Commissioner!, of In* Mhji 'M'5* * itasu \, to sin.Ii jierso.is ns may tcndu Itutisli mIwi inniK-. undci »Ik rigid itmns promul-,ilcd m the go»crn jiicnt ord^r of tin. J 1st of hst montli. By his Evcxllcmy's Command, Alex. M'Leay. ? Colonial Srciu i vu.'t. Orncc, J\n. 21, 1S26. rg^HERE appealing to ho some misconception of _H- the Governors iiUcnt'ons in ie-juid to the Pax dc/ns ordered by Sir Thoin is UnsTunc picwoiib to his. depniluro, 1 Jus Kxu ilr-nc^ bipiilus to ali uhom it mn\ concern, Hat the ]vit)i''i- ij-)-ro\!tl ol ill such pinions licint; rupiiutl b) the act of lilt Ceo IV cli i|-. ' to nulti tin m v did, l'iu necessary inslru nn.nl* will bi- loitliwilli I iHismHUd to Ei\gl ml, and Chat those instalment will not t iLeelkct until ihey luu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

We lutvc very- few remarks to o Her 611 the Reply of, tlie 'Governor' to the '.Public 'Address. It ..is^n'ot. lilcely that any expectations of the future could be -bwilt unon such a production. .It is the business of a pnli lic man, tinder .similar circumstances, to 'get riuVof these inattcrs'^in as ^quict'and- easy ajinanncr as he can, , '(Vilho.utj prematurely pledging* himself to any line^of -politics, or : without giving -urnbrag'Csto the people.^— The Reply is certainly brief and wary. Unt who can hlame'his Excellcncy..fjor this ? Who' would have him rush into- the vortex of political dissensions after only a month's experience,, or com'iSiJ, himself by siding in an\instant..W;ith the weakest or strongest party in l!i(? .Colony.. If he be capable, or if ho take the tronlile of tracing causes to their effects, we shall vbe much hotter satisfied at his adopting the prudential course ,0'f. judging-and thinking- for, himself, .than.. if; even he at once adopted the sentiments, nnd ...

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BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

BANK OF NET7' SOUTH,', WALES7 ~ | f \rOjt\ Satnrd^y.'-la3f, ..pursuant -to .public' notice,. u,- 'court of 'proprietors of this establishment ,assernb'pO at'the Banky'to de'clare^ a* dividend for the, half yen? 'en dinar fhe 'iJlst iillimb, Jand for other nnrDOses. i i ? '?. ., ,,'Qamuel Terj-y, Esq. being* called to the chair, thf* business of the day was entered upon, by an- exhibition of the Bankbooks, and the accounts -for the past half year — shelving a net gain, of 11,1,99 Spanish 'dollars, ail d^', 21 cents, \vhich, admitted of a dividend 'of 37 .dollars upon each sliarj^ anil leaving a 'small surplus besides; and .which' -is equal io 'tho rate of 62,pci, cqnt/'per jinnum on' the amount of capital inyested1. - At,,the meeting which' took place on the 1st ultimo,? for; the. purpose of electing! two directors for the pre sent year, Mr. J. T. Campbell 'stated his intention to- propose a'reductiori'ih the /rate' of discpun^;'.biitj as no notice of' such a^proposition had been prc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

HOKSI2S anills CATTLE taken into GRASS, at ? PETEitSHAM, by the year; half-year, ,or qjniter, on inodciato toin'S. , / Apply to' the Overseer. * ? JTOR SALK, AT MK. PiU TCI J ETT'i* &TORES, - just landed frotn, tlie Lang-, Manchester countcr p.inrs of M2C8, hottlcd porter, brown stout and pale alcj cordage from 1 1-tf to Cinches, cnuvaa from No. 1 to 7, paints of oil cU'M'riptionsJ oi|s and .turpentine, chrese, &c. . __ _ -—^—-——^—— . - _ W:INDOW GLASS, ,20 by 10, and 1.0 by lfl, 'Good ?Jamaica rum, muskets, fowling- pieces-, wido sliirtinp, jenns,'-l!«ss, a shiallcjii.lnlitjr of playing cards, and «i R\rm. variely of other useful articles. Tea', ojifrto, sugar,' tobacco, ?very', cheap, for cash J at No. 72, Ocorge-btrcct. ' :? ? ?' ' *TRHE Pn.piitfitj of the Mail Coaches respectfully -*- inform the Public, tSMit,_in consequence of th« very bail comliijosi of the lluacl between Parramatta and Wind sor, thf'.yvaic under the necebiity of discontinuing the cosch on 'tha...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

SHT»- TVTKAVS. AimTI, on'idliirtlciy Jc^i, n..in -iuore(on Way, the iucrmaid. ? 1'lje Mary EILinbcUi from Port Macquaiic and Newcastle. , ;? On Monday, the ship Lang, Capf. Lusk, from'Poitemouth the @2djof tAucust, .'ahd'tho-Dcrwcnt the l'jtli irist; - ' - Sailed, on J luirsdny last, II. M. ship Larnc.*- Z- The Prince of Denmark on a sealing voyage. -, ; ??'i ...On Monday, the ship Caiherige Slpwart FoibcSj for Calcutta. , ? -v -y'liu brig Glory-for Port Palryniple. ' ' J ^ ' ,Theship JUedwny and the brig John, with troops, will sail on Sui.day foi the Derwen*. ' ' ' ' The Majqujb of Hastings, m a few days, for Canton direct. . , , 3'hc schooner Newcastle liad urnyed at LanncCiton. - '» , -. The John Dunn may be hourly expected (a arrive'. -When (he Lang left the Dcrwent there-were' no fresh arrivals, except the schooner Darling1, from this pdi-t, after a passage of nine days. ' V.. ,

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CRIMINAL COURT. (Friday) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 26 January 1826

CRIMINAL - COURT. (Friday!)       William Curten and Thomas Ryan were indicted for the wilful murder of Joseph Jackson on the 31st of October, 1825, in the district of Bringelly. Curt-   ten guilty, and Ryan not guilty.             (Saturday)             Charles Otham was indicted for the wilful murder     of James Kinley, at Bathurst, by shooting him with a pistol.                 The deceased had been employed as a shepherd on the farm of Mr. Innes at Bathnrst. On the 25th of November last an entertainment, in celebration of Mr. Innes's marriage, was given to the overseer, labourers, and other domestics employed on the farm : about twenty persons as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 February 1826

TO THE SCOTS PRESBYTERIANS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THE CONGREGATION of SCOTS PRESBYTE RIANS in this Colony, in connection with the Established Church of Scotland, arc hereby informed, (linb'dunng the time that may elapse 'until the. completion of the Scots '- Church, in Sydney, divine service will be performed every Sabbath ' ,inf]?rince-sireet .Chapel,, by the Jlevrtiend John ?Dunmorc Lang, D. D. and A.-RT. The morning service will commence at eleven, and the afternoon at three o'clock. Sydney, Jan. 10, 1826. THE 'Proprietors of the Mail Coaches respectfully inform the Public, that, in consequence of the' very. bad condition of the lload between Parramatta and Wind sor, they are under the necessity of discontinuing the coach on; that road ;* but, in future, a light vehicle will run for the pur pose of conveying the government mail. ?Sydney, ;Jan. 21,-1826. TO HUNTER'S RIVER SETTLERS. ~ FOYVDITCH-& BOUCHER beg to acquaint the; Settlers in this iDistriet, 'that they will .purchas...

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SUPREME COURT. (January 31.) Walker v. Archdeacoh Scott. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 February 1826

SUPREME COURT. (January*!.) , Walker v. Archdeacon Scott. ?A rule had been - obtained on a former day.' calling upon the Archdeacon 'to .shew cause why a writ of this' court should not issue, to. prohibit him from proceeding in a certain matter bf complaint brought before him, as visitor of this riublic schools. against the plamiilt, and the case having been argued, the court this day cave judgment as follows : — By therChief Justice. — A prohibition has b'een pray.ed by the plaintiff to be directed to the Archdeacon of New South Wales, to restrain him from proceeding upon a summons issued by him under the 'following circumstance :— ? The plaintiff is the master of an eleemosynary foundation at Parramatta, commonly called the female orphan school. Th'e defendant claims to be the visitor, arid in virtue of his office as such, caused the defendant, as master of the school, to be ciU-J before him, to answer certain matters of complaint set forth in the plaintifl's 'allidavit. The summo...

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THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 2 February 1826

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ? ''Tinas but a dreum.' ? Siiakespeaiie. A House of Assembly, our Nobby declares, 1( ^ Is, the child of his hopes, and cause of his cares; A House of Assembly reared up in' 'a' minute. With all the gi eat blocks of the south mustered in it. i O ! could my last dream be but brought .to be true, What a scz'na it would be for all Sydney 'to view- ? ' Melhought all the ' blocks' in.the hall '\yere assembled. And with Nob at their head— al his nod, bowed and trembled ; For Nob had been dubb'd, why or wherefore I know, not ? The Speaker, but further, deponent can shew not. ' Silence,' cried Nob, and the huge stick he flourished. Which e'er since the ' throat-cutting .moment' he nourish'd. ' Silence, ye House of Assembly, and* hear. Why and wherefore we muster — and why muster here. A moment there was, O ye Antipo^eans, Replete 'with such woe unto all Europeans, That even tho Press, in its shackled condition, ' Stood, like most of yon sh'erjp, onHhe brink of perditio...

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