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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

I i ' n J»)-Tf ia\,..X. — 1_- ? -U — ' ' t nr i ' ' 'SYDNEY, FBBIIUARYi 16, 1»26

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTEMPORBANEOUS EFFUSION. OCCASIONED BY A CLERGYMAN MOUNTING THE PULPIT IN SPURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

KXT.RiVl RO.K.A NRI -I 7SV F. WBM TSI ON; i-uj,pir in svuro. L „.,„ +,. When ? put on n rnfit of bias \, To ride the heaitjily /ace, ~ f 4J We'll spurred he ttnpt de\oti- n's back, With self tidiiiirnig grace*. ')( inow prieiis wiui spuu, or priests wuuou Who^first thu goal tvill gam?^ { 'tr If r en. sou did not s--he the doubt, ^ ?^ Would still a doubtf^t'inain. „ v ^^ '1 he steed, perrhance, nm- gmn the^goa!) jTor li-^-njs ne'er tleuied ltf j ifi s/ ?l JJtit, f hi patson**! bptirs must pity*M:he toll, ^ Or the d — 1 \vih.take thu ntler ' jn

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

AAi'IVES. We hivr been favordd by Captain Forbes with the following .interesting particulars fmnuhc log book of the St JUieliael, en tered theiein during the late trip to the wreck «f the Valetta , — ' Ihe mtnes to the uorthw ud of Break Sea Spit, are more .muscular ami; putter .proportioned tinn any X have seen on this, pi orijHie S. W» s-ide or New Ilollai d. Ihe nun ire very much lacerated ;abj--ut tlicir bodie.s u ith shells , hostile, and idd;ettd lo thieving1. After'nc hid midc them seM.nl prtsents, Ihev stole oui large sem, for which ict ue seized two of then cinoea* I hex ''made at first, when ittaeked, a b Id stind , but a feu smill sliut fired over then heads, made them scamper oft for a time, hq,w ever, they rallied on the top of .1 hill n j-1 pelted us uillj. stones, « Inch they throw with a forcc'trulv -utumslunj One of tlinrn sto\c the^boat. 1 ilheir canoes are iii-.eni()tisl3 midr , nud neatlv sown together, they Ii2».ewisc posseii the art of miking mats', wliich orhc...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. (FEB. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

SYDNEY 'MARKETS. CFeb 9.^ ?The market this morning was to'erably well supplied. Wheat averaged 8s.2d.son)bwhstjo\\ertliati last quotations: Maizefetch mg about os «d. and bnrley 4s. 6d. were not in, such demand aslately.^ Oats neither unpioie in quality nor price. „ ( ^*f * -? '*. t - «oia at per iiusii. '-^o ' 9' 9 220 '- - - ^ . , o *9 0 I , 63 - » -, t -- - - ., f- 3f?k- ? .' T o ' 8 ? 6' S- ??-:-? i, .:?' --»:?? 'S^S 110 * Sffir*'' ~ - 0 7 0 ' Fuiejl|aur27's. Od. per cwU'r , Seconj^^^5s.0d.do,, JZ& fV* t I t ,- i Potatoes, 6s. Od. peY*cw V — FowJs, *Si.;Od. per couple . ,, i ) Ducks 5s. Od. per ditto — Gcose 7s,;Od. per ditto Butter, is. 9d. per Ib. — Eggs, Is. Od per dozen. T) ' ' ' Cheese, Is. Od. perlb. - u i [ Assi/e,price of bread sixpence halfpenny per loaf, i ,; tf1 Selling price sixpence halfpenny to sevenpence. ' _ „ ' — v ^ CA1TIE IHRK'ET. ~l * One hundred and fifty -seven head were disposed of. Pat. bcastst ^£7 7s. to ^'lO'lOs., Breeding stock Soldi better, in...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD BYRON IN A STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

LORD BYRON IN A STORM. Sailors say, that a calm always precedes a storm ; and uohad* reason to gi\e into snui pescntiiHenls,; for tfijj wind, winch had blown from the south-west, with a hj;ht ga\e, suddenly changed to the. opposite point of the compass, and came doun \wlh sweeping vengeance. We close reefed .our sails, and made all snug ; the captain de cjanng we should Jmve_ to encounter a_ stiqng 'J Xevanter;'.- aij ouFenofts \\ere''sfraine(}'~ to double thefjiead-latid, and^get into' the gulf of St. jFiorcnsoj- -'jut, \a varji ; so that a whole day was 'spent in tacking and \ctring, to close in with the Jandt to. nd pujria^r. . - *r* ?''- --' -'''**? ~- -'??'- Sea-sickness now laid all our ladies and, gentlemen ' on their, beam endb.' 'Ihu &un setjuignly, and*t|ie u;nd, %eenng,»iore| to the westward, brough't us upon a leo-shore to our^iitter dismay.' We reduced our sails, to ajfew yard.*}iof Cdti\aa, and l6vytcrcd tho-1 yards on deck., lhcP5Jcy ,appeaie-l, as an, eUen&am...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

GOVKKMMFNT ORi,ER. Coionmi. Sl(ihiapi ?- Oipicc, Feb. 13, 182C (So -)) fjjplJC GovMiior lias been pleased to establish t)u -?- iollouiMg regulations, with respect ,to fhe Go vtrnniLiit \e«seh- proceeding to and from the different Settle im ills , viz — v ' v 'I «f jbt. 'Jlit, '\rnslci Altrnd-uit is to notify ito the Colonial Secre tiry, ind the Naval Officer, the nrrnal of e\eiy government ves m! in Hie hirbour of Sjdney^, stndmg a list of the Wlicles 01 board to each of these oflici is, and the names find description o Ihc piisui'.efs, to the Ccilonial Secretary. _d llic Colonial Secictary will make such communication a nn- be ntcc-snry to the ofliceral the head of the Cornnrusanat andanvotlur of fjio public departments which may be concern cd, either with us-p-.et to faiuhiig the cnigo or the prisoners should tlun he in \ on board , a;id no pnsoner, whether claim ing hi cer'il cale of c\pucd sentence, or otherwise, is to bo al low id to di ciub-irk, until pcrnn sion to tbib effect...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived, on Sunday 1st, the government brig Mary Elizabeth, from Port Macquarie. Passengers, Capt. Gillman, late com- mandant at Port Macquarie, with his lady and family. Yesterday morning, at Botany Bay, the cutter Sydney Packet. She comes, we understand, very destitute of news. She was four days beating out of Storm bay, and six days at   Maria Island. During the rest of her passage, 21 days, she was constantly fighting with contrary winds. The passengers are,   Mrs Barnes, Miss Abbott, (daughter of the late Judge Advo- cate), Mrs. Thompkins, Mr. Black, Master James, and three steerage passengers. The flag was up for a vessel from England.   The Larne was sailing up the Derwent as the Packet came down. Lading, sheep, wool, skins, &c. Only a few letter by the Packet have yet come to hand.             Sailed on Saturday morning last, the ship Sir Go...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

' ' ,u.l- --.ROBBERY, or ^SSS.i^nppcES, \i iwomiminos Andthr. PEmtlS*cfl, and .£22 lia 1 l-2tl, iv'si'' ^i rsuvo move*, . lAl1 TyHEWRAS ON YESTERDAY ArTCR\OOv *», between the houin ot J nn«| (5 o'doel ,i above «uni was stolen out o| i wcindtn cli-jt, by on '' someot the men U ft to gmrd Xhe |/ieuiisLs du.injr ll'I;H.l'ft- 'f of our confidentnl chiJ — b 'e '^c,uLe A ie-xard of one half the amount repented will b any person giving such inform i.ion a nuy JLad lo ,llL Jj''1 l) «f 1 the perpetrator* of tho robbers . L «-'-couri I ?, J U !'J COOPFR & LciCV Waterloo tV.uehouse, Jan. 30, Io2li TOiioai 7 to soo iiEAboF~u(mynTFrr Ihesccattlparent thtir nntue pnsturage, w,tl,i i 40 r,'UOri jnduey an«lr«rc .11 p,rf?Lil3 doim-sticated and of as Jnd'p °f hsh stock as anv m'llio Volo,n, hoth for the d.m y anVtl,' /F'? Purchasers! of t lots Will obtain a cr«dit ,,f S nionih* r ?Lk' 6 months of 10 Io;, If filths ,, and U,^Z ' *h;, ^ '« ? lots and upwards, ni'ay'also' Vetaui the purcl.as, ,„...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

' OFFEKCBS,',CIIAR$-3SS1' &.c. Among the many singular applications for its kindly inter position, with which the police bench is being continually as sailed, that of a certain "gay ladie" some few day's since was not the least remarkable. -A portly slip shod, gaily-attired fe male where a wooden barrier separates obtruding guests, from the judgment seat. Traces of some occult grief might be observed lurking in her features, almost threatening to displace those ne ver dying artificial roses, which still in spite of fate, maintained their position on her cheeks in all the pride of vermilion or Dutch pink. — it's immaterial which. At length the sole ' rhyme and reason' of this damsel's visit was made known , assistance, prompt and effectual assistance in making efforts to recover her ost ' under-standing' was the required boon but to under-. stand this, it may not be unnecessary to premise, that tin des ponding complainant had been a very little time' back the happy possessor ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

Thcapprch^nsidn of 'dieJJush rangers at Haslpm s has',niadVgre«it h,ivoc .among -theWe g entry % We are iaclirje'd«to'l.beli«vo,'' on the auj.hoiity of niany well ini_ formed nerVons* 'thUtalie'most despeiate portion.of the g^tigs%onit}ii*'ist«ie-rlietmoiitit-a1inslKs'ic6mplefely1r)roKcn) up'; and1 that' ifeJitly'? If'nofc all the men uho'haVc spread al.iins ^andi devastation ' for suth i a' ' leugUi of tiinoi'Waii'b^cn'scbnrcd, ami are in custody.^ -The cc-« lerityr wntbiwbich ihes^Mtcn li«n^c cai i iefl onrtheir;^epre-j d%!]osg,A!uUlieiJ ^Laa^pcAiin'g'Jn a cluiterrnt placfe|: distant from rach othdrlrwithont'Anic'li tnuprintci ycni»g-,- gHvc'risa tb'/a1 belief that 'thci ft* u ere) Several, 'gan^C arid1 that ^ea'cV'gang-' wab^very ,namerous ; fwhcieav, 'it1 is now- almost ascertained,'' tliat tUc gang Was ohly? -cemir-twclt o^t^n^-^vc^rlting occasioTi.il t unjuvays/ wKo used to contri\e to join-tiieiu.-tor a lime, and then reWn^to tWir qu^rtefs and their duty,1 without' Us' ]7rein...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT (Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

SUPREME UMJId tl/iinidau) The Attorney Gencial 111 united th it he should, to-moirovv, call the attt-utioi of the Court toil pwa graph in thi Sydnij Uazitte ot iVcdnesdaj, roflec i g on the cliai u tci ut aciou 1 ofhtei, \ii XV H JIouic. His Honor obsc'rVod, that he had read the pj - * .r?&!.aP'K alHidecl to, and -UrT not,hesitate sayirigp it ha- i^ excited (hi$ indignation, d? an unjustifiable a^t^ulc on ^^jthe^cliarruiter oi Mi ,Mooje; 'as indecent as i't.w'as »'- judiclpu?. ^ Fl'e could not say how the (Joint; jivotild , ra^rs^;»llt- he d'u} t'ot -loubt that,, it would ^go^'full j^lepgth'to protect their offiteis. | , \ 1( „ i s (Fijdaij.) , ; On the opening of the Court, this morning, the *',» Attorney (leneial roise and observed, that'he was |de ; ^sirous of calling- the attention of the Court to a para giaph which appcued in the Sydney /Gazette News paper of Wednesday the 8th ins-r. headed Libel Cases? \ and containing' some lemarks. on Mr. W. II.- Moore. The paiajrrap...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSHBANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 February 1826

BUSHRANGERS               Since our last, many incidents relative to the Bushrangers have, been communicated to us, from various quarters. The man who escaped from the constables at Haslem's, when the four men were taken, has been apprehended at the South Creek. His name is Robinson and it is supposed he will be admitted an approver. He has proved very communicative, and   has freely disclosed the acts, the haunts, and the general conduct of his accomplices. According to his statement, A ploughman in the services of Mr   Hayes, instigated the attack on his master's house   (having described to them the situation, of the property , and given them every information which might assist them in effecting the robbery.) Robinson,   on being taken, gave the constables a clue to the pro perty which had been stolen from Mr. Hayes, as also from Mr. Broo...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

?THE/AUSTRALIAN « ? ' — — — — ?? SYDNEY, 'FEBRUARY 23, 1826.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. (FEB. 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS.. cWb JO.^ There has been a ioleiably large arrival oi wheat ul market 'this week ; 'and a decline in price has been the consequence. Miiic continues to ? meet dull sale. Barley is in request; hut oat's arc little asked for, in consequence of their inferior quality (his season. , 20 - sold at per Bush. 0 » .8 3 178 - - - 0 8 Oi «6., _ - j - , , - ? ' - 0\,? 9} 403 ? - ' ' - - ' ' - 0.7 6 , 253 , '-:.'.- - u ' -*''(- '7 ' 0' - „ Average Prico of Wheat ?- Oj 7 10 1-2 . ' ' .'* ' 'Ditto of maize - ' 0 5 0t J ► . .Ditto of Barley . - - 0 4 6' Ditto of Oats j , ,, ., -, j -P- 4: °/ Fino Flour 25s. Od. per cwt. ' ? , , . Seconds do. . 22s. 6d. do. , ' : '-^/ . Fotato-s, 61?. Od. per .cwt. — Fowls, Ss. 9d. per couple ? ' Ducks 4s. 6d. per flittn — Geese Cs, Od. per ditto Butterr is. 9d. per 1b. — Eggs, Is. 6d. per dq?en. . ' ? Cheese, Is. Od. per lb. v Assize jjricc. of bread sixpence halfpenny per loaf. Selling price,si\pencc halfpenny to se-venpen.ee. ? - ?? , , . CATTLn m...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

SHIP NEWS.   ________     Arrived, on Saturday last, the ship Mangles, Captain John Cogill, with 189 male prisoners from Cork, whence she sailed on the 23d of October; and came direct; lost one man on the pas sage. The guard consists of 32 rank and file of the 57th regt. under the orders of an ensign of the same regiment. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Wilson, R. N. Passengers, Brevet, Lieut. Col. Shadforth, 57th Regt. with his lady and daughter.   On Sunday morning, the outtcr Sydney packet, , from the Derucril. ' ' ' On Tuesday, the brig ,1'anic, from Port Stephens, with a full cargo of timber , , . ?- ' Sailed, on Saturday last, for Newcastle, the government brig Mary Elizabeth, Laung W hoard Capt. 'Folev, Lieut. Grant, and 60 raulv-aT.d file of the buffs, to lelieve the detachment of the 5?th regt. at present doiji« duty at Newcastle. On Mondaj', Uie schooner Samuel, A. Drj'desdalc, master, on a scaling ^lyage. ' Yeslcrday, the br...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editors of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

To the Editor's of the Austtalian. Gentlhiln, » - ? i ? From the .many accidents thathnve happened atBathnrst, and the valuable lives which have been lost there in attempting tcf cross the different falls of the Rlarquarie river, T am induced Jo oner a few cursory remarks, and I hope nofcunhcededly to cajl upon Uie humane feelmgs of tliose who ha-e the power' to pre-( vent if possible the rccuirenco of such calamities. Proln the best information I have, and from my own knowledge1 , I believe, not less than twenty persons have been1 drowned at various times in their endeavours to cross the rapid and dange rous falls in the Balhurst river. - Such a sacrifice of human life raises up afflicting it flections.,, _, * Surely it is possible to provide a safe passage over; even a 'bridge might be constructed' without a very heavy expence, as1 therner near th'e settlement hardly exceeds from five to six rods ocrqss, and in many places has a Jinn gravelly Tjottom. ? * ./The rapidly increasing ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

ICELY ki IIINJDSON'S StoreVarc now open for, the reception of Wool ; if approved of, Cash will' be given for the sante on delivery. ? ? **? t FROM~7~I;O~800 HEAD OF^ORNEJJ CAT TLE, of 'the following- dcno^mijiations;- to be( SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRAGT.^infEots of 10 or more. These cattle are at their native pasturage*, within 40 miles of Sydney! and are all^'erfectly domcsticated,-and of ns good Ung lish stock as any in the colony, bolh for the dairy and the block. Purchasers of 4 lots will obtain a credit of 3 months ; of 8 lots, 6 months' j'of 10 lots, 12 months ; and those who shall buy 20 lots and upwards, iu»y, al?o retain tho purohasb money, onin-j lerest of 8 per cent, for two years longer. Approved bills lo be. given previous to delivery. ' ? , Steers from 1 to 3 years, old. ( *' t I Bullocks from 4 to 7 ditto. The aged prime fat. t , ' Heifers from 1 to 3 years old. ' Jl '''_'' Cows from 4 to 6 years olu ana upwards, v\nn caivrs or springing. ?.*.?«, . , ? . . The males'and f...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY ADDRESS TO THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES BY THE PRESIDENT OF THAT BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY ADDRESS TO THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES BY THE PRESIDENT OF THAT BODY.   Gentleman, — On the first formation of this society, the 5th   of July, 1822, I could not but feel flattered and sensibly grateful for the distinguished honor conferred by your unanimous election of me to be the first to preside over such a truly respectable and important, society.           The public spirit with which a large sum was promptly raised by a club formed out of our own members, and transmitted to England for the purpose of procuring thence, as well as from other places, an improved breed of horses, cattle, and Me rino sheep, and the united zeal which influenced the whole body to promote the public objects and interests which our prospectus set forth, gave the most reasonable hopes of the utility of such a Society.         &nb...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. . COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Feb. 17, 1826. THE duties of the Civil Engineer, being of so extensive a nature as to occupy his whole time and   attention, the Governor has been pleased to appoint John   Thomas Campbell, Esq. to be a member of the Land board, in the place of Alexander Kingborne, Esq. Civil Engineer. By his Excellency's Comnmnd,   Alex. M'Leay. Colonhi. Secretary's OrpiCE, Feb. 18, 1826. (No. 10.) , ' WHEREAS it appear to the Governor, that the inteiests of the 'Merchants',' established in this C'ulonv, requne that cnie should betaken to prevent the inipor t iiioii ot goods by vessels winch nre restricted from trading,' and nliich consequently, can only import into this Colony articles pupped m dirett conlravention of the terms of their, uiarter .nrties, without the payment of.any freight, and ,usually smug-/ Union slion here, by which means the owners are enabled to under ell the fair trader , Ins Excellen...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 February 1826

OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c.   A man named Mackay was examined at the Police Office on Friday last on suspicion of being concerned with some of the bushrangcrs now in custody. - It appeared that, when the constables entered Haslem's house the prisoner was amongst the   bushrangers. In the fight which took place between the latter and the constables he received a sabre cut on the head. When the four men were sequred, the woman Haslem said to the constables that Mackay was a free man, and in no way implicated with the bushrangers. This statement corresponding with the declarations of the prisoner, he was allowed to be at liberty. The superin- tendent of police having made some inquiries respecting this   man, suspected he had accompanied the gang in some of their excursions; he accordingly ordered the constable Jilks to proceed in pursuit and the prisoner was eventually found concealed in some building near the Cow-Pasture River. He was secured...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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