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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

DEPARTURES. ·October 15. Sophia Jane and Taniar (steaniers); for Newcastle. . October 15.-- Success (schooner)," for New Zea land, October 16.-Harlequin (schooner), Trial Bay, sundries. - " October 19.-Elizabeth (schooner), -Brown, :for Lauinceston, sundries. Passengers '-Mr. H. Cape, Mr. and'Mrs. Mack and three children. October 19.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), for. Newcastle. October 19--:-Vestal (barque); Taylor, for Cal cutta.. October 19.---Isabella (government schooner), Boyle, for Moreton Bay. Passengers-Captain Fy ans and a detachment of the 4th Regiinent. October 19.-Medway (barque), Wight, for Ho bart Town.-Rev. Dr. Lang, Mr. and Mrs. Lamb, and *three children,, Lieut. Duff, 21st, Regt., Mr, Langdon, Mr. Band,- Mr. Neilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dermot, and" family, :Mr. Lowe, Mr. Linch, Mr. Peisly, Mr. Davis, Mr. Young, six rank-and-file of the 50th Regt. Katharine Neilson, and one child. October 20.-Tybee (American ship), .Rogers for, the United States, via Bay of Islands. O...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

ýý)tpptn i. Entdtigcnce.: ARRI VALS. OcTonIER 13.-Industry (schooner). 63 tons, Skelton, from New Zealand, September 27, timber, &c; Pas sengers-.M r. Poynter, Mr. Williams, MNr.' Cassidy, Mrs. Cassidy, and Mrs. Warm'ani. ' October 15.-SophiaJane and Tamar (steamers), from Newcastle. ';Octuber 15.-Lucy Ann (barque), 253 'tonsi; Rap sey; from New, Zealand, September, 'with 90 tons black oil, and 4& tons whalebone.: ' October 17.-kFortune(barque), 345 tons, Lester, from Singapore, August 8, Batavia, September : 4, merchandize, flour; &c. October 18.-Sophia Jane and Tamar.(steamers), from Newcaqtle. , October 19.-D'art, from Newcastle, sailed 16th instant. ; October 20.-Argo (brig), Billing, from Mauritius, August 21, Hobart Town, October 8. Cargo, 1340 bags of wheat, 750 bags of sugar. Passengers-Peter Scott, Esq., B. C. S. from Bombay, P, Skelton, and William £MIoule, Esqrs. M, C. S. from Madras and one servant October 21.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (sieamers), fro...

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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. October 10, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

HAW.KESBU RVY B 1ENE VOLETi S sOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. { October:10, 1835.; S -n,-It may perhaps be interesting to the more? ilntelligent portion of your readers in this. part of the country, to be infbrmed of the.progress and .improvement of this most important institution. On the 26th September last,.private invitationsj were addressed 'by, the clerk: to a number of, the, ance at `'the Court I-House, Windsor, on Monday,. thie 5th instanit, tbo electaPIresident, and transact other business, in i?'mpliance, with which, a number of persons attended, but in consequence of the Rev.. Mr. 'Siiles" being absent at the fur !neral of the,much-lamented lady of the Rlev. S. Maisden, the rneeting was postponedi until 'the. .Wvednesday following and' on- thaht day; at twelve: o'clock; the. business commenced: by .the SRev.. M-: DMears taking the chair. ; The rulds of the .Society :weie then read over?by the clerk, .but several 'of the -mem!ers .did not .arrive for? a feI' miiuite...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

Oobermtneutt easttte. SALnE OP LAND. '~??Wednesday December 9, at 11 o'clock lA. M., the iundermenitioned portions of Land will be put up 4i:u Auction by the Collector of Internal Revenue, in e thte Market Buildings, George Street, Sydney. i, Bligh.-4 Lots measuring 2220 acres, applied for ibyN. S. Lawson, and W. Lawson, Sen. -'Brisbane.-= -Lots, 2504 acres, by W. Cox, Jun., andO G.Hall. r ,:Cumberland.-1 Lot,.10 acres, by J Harrex. Murray .-3 Lots, 3737 acres, by C. Meredith, F. Jackson, dnd J. .M'Quoid. TOWN AsLTOTMENTS. O' ~the same day, at 12 o'clock A. M1., the under mentioned pdrtions of Land will be put up to Auction i;by the Collector of Internal Revenue, in the Market B:.i.uildingsGeorge. Street, Sydney. ..Bathurst.-1 Lot, applied for by W: Eanies i errima.-6 Lots, by. W. Taylor. 13ungonia.-8 Lots, by J. G. Lynch. :Parramatta.-2 Lots, by G. H.. Barker. ' -o SAZiE -o s.Nw O?: Wednesday;,January 13, at 11 o'clockA.M., ` the undermentioned portions of Land will be put up :. to...

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Domestic Intelligence. THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

onwa tttte 3Intelligtue e. THE REVENUE. WE give elsewhere an abstract of the produce of the Revenue of this colony for, the quarter ended September 30,'1835,as also of the corresponding quarter. fbor the .year 1834, the result of which must be highly satisfactory to every well wisher to the prosperity of Australia-showing as it does an increase of, no less than 13;1661. upon the quarter alone; as compared with the quarter which ended at the same period .of the year 1834. There are several items worthy :eof notice. First, the' decrease of 4,1271. in the fees of the Public Offices, thiss is sa~isfahctory, although one would have wished? lit ad been much greater. Secondly, the. decrease of 671.; for the Rents-of -Bews in Churches, being about 33 per cent. on the gross amount; ;With a vastly increased popu lation during 'a: period of tweive'"months, this doe's. not. augur very favourably for 'the .progress of religioh 'in, the colony. Thirdly, the Repay ment of Loans being only 201.. An...

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Military Statistics. THE TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

THE TWENTY-EIGHTH -REGIMENT.. WE have: much pleasure in extracting the follow ing passage from a Narrative of the Campaigns: of. 'the Tw4enty-eighth Regiment-(the regiment. that is now arriving in detachinents in tihe co lony) -published in Londoin diiring the. present year by Lieutenant-Colonel Cadell, a. brother of Mr. Cadell, of Queen's Place. Sydney, and late. Major of 'the twenty-eighth regiment.?: The twenty-eighth is =evidently a regimentof: high character i9, the service, and : our readers, we? doubt not, will peruse the animated- account, of its history and exploits, given by the brave Earl of Ai?glesea in the course'of his addiess to.the regiment, on presenting it with a new stand of colours, in the City of Dubliii, about three years. ago, with much interest. We shall be happy to make further extracts from Colonel Cadell's : Narrative, in future numbers. ,r N Early in October, the regime~Iwas ordered to Dublin, and in the beginning of March, 1832, our, excellent colonel, S...

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Colonial Politics. THE RECENT EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

`I':TfIE, RE CENT:'EXP'EDITION ,OF DISC'OVERY. Wiur -the adamantine barrier of the Blue 'LMountains, which had been pronourie4 insur moun:tabile by lower travellers, was, tt length. s?ccessfuly surmnounted, and tile beautiful plains of Bathurst discoverd;d by these three. enterprising cbIlonistS, Mr. WENTWORTH, Mr. BLALAND, anid Mr. L ws?N, during the governmenjt of the late Major General MACQU'ARIE, the ?durse and timination: of the -rivers Lachlaan and:- Mac qUaidre, that were -also discovered at: the same tiine beyond th notijnta ins, pursuiing their un kiinown course :into` the western interior, imme :'dately became a subject of intense interest and fruitless speculatMion to the colonists of New South Wales. But these were the days of energy and ac"o ion in this,:colony,, and accordingly; two expeditions of discovery were forthwith" fitted ouru by the Governmor's orders, and . laced under. the 'commaiifd of Mr. OxL Y, who was then Surveyor General of the,Colony, to ascertain tle...

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TO THE LANDHOLDERS AND OTHER RESPECTABLE INHABITANTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, December 4, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

TO THE' LANDHOLDERS. AND OTHER RESPECTABLE'. INHABITANTS OFl N.EW' SOUTI-I WALES. . Sydney, December 4, 1834. GENTLEMEN,--HaVing paid much attention, during.the short period. of my stay in England, to the state, and prospects of the mother-country, iri reference to the subject of emigration to.the Australian colonies; and having had frequent conversations on that subject with various Mem bers of Parliament, merchants, and other gentle men inl London, sincerely desirous of piomoting the welfhre and advancement of these colonies; and having made a variety of inquiries, with the same object in view, both personally and other wise, in different parts of the United Kingdom, .1 beg leave to submit for your attentive consi deration the following particulars, relative to this importaiit subject, all of which I have been en abled to ascertain and verify in the most satis-, factory manner. 1. That ,in the estimation of those, who are best qualified to form an' opinion on the subject in the mo...

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THE KING AND THE ABBOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

, THE KING; AND THE ABBOT. [From the Geiman of Buerger.] Ich will eich erzaelien ein'Maerchen gar schnurrig; . a. w.: PRAY, listen, good friends, and hI'll tell you a story,: OEf King who made hunting and -war all his glory, And'a-fat portly Abbot of lordly degree; .Shame oni him! His shepherd was wiser than he! ". The K?ing-a bold warrior ori victory bent- With his mail-coat around.him .iftslept inu his tent; The rigours of heat and of cold doom'd to feel, . Tle coarsest black bre:.d was his daintiest m'dl.1 The priest'was much wiser-his joy and delight A good dinner by day and a soft couch.by-night His ruddy fat face was as round as the moon, And his paunch like a hogshead or full-blown bal loon. ," -. The King took offence at the Pitest's easy life, And once paid him a visit-a visit of strife For one hot summer's day he rode up to the Abbey; While the Priest lay outstretch'd after lunch in the lobby. " Ha, ha!" said the?King. as he sounded his horn, Saluting the Priest in the la ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

EXPORTS. OiI-Sperm-whale, per tiun ...... - `" H. 50 0 0 Black ditto, ditto..... .......... .. 20. 0 0 FLAx.-N. Zealand, rough, per ton -- . 0 0 IIitto ditto, ... lne, .... :.. ,l 0 0 Tihuber-BRlie Gum, per load 2...2'. ` 15;. 0 .. ; 0t 0 Cedar, per foot: ........... ... 0 2 Treenlaiis, per thousand .......... 2 -,0 . *2 5 0 Hides; salted, per lb... .........0: 0 2 '. 0 2A Beet, ditto ........... ...........- .. Pork, ditto...................... 4. 0 4 Flor, per 100 pounds .......... 0 10 0 Souap, per 0b. ................... --- . 0 8 Candles, per lb. ............ a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

THE COLONIST. rT IE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION for this J Journal, which is Published every THU RS DAY Morning, are Six Shillings and: Sixpence :per Quarter; whether delivered in Sydney, or forwarded by Post.. . 'TIlE TERMS FOR '.ADVERTISEMENTS are for Eight lines and under, 'Iwo Shiliings; and Sixpence, and one pjnny for ever` line.above eight, Sfir each insertion. " RIaNTING. AT THE. COlO)NIST ,OFFICE;: Printing of ,every description is executed with neatness, eco-. o?iny, punctuality, and despatch.: TO AJDVEIRTZSERS. rTHE very extensive, respectable, and rapidly in creasing circulation of TiH COLONIsT, renders it peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. To SVSCRIBERzS. rFHE EDITOR of this PAPER, especially re quests, that if any omiission or unnecessary delay takes place in the delivefy of the numbers, or any ground of complaint against the distributors, or others connected' with it', :hey will not fail to acquaint him, the'rewith, in order to prevent its recurrence. ...

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Literature and Science. IMPOSSIBILITY OF MAN'S FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

titeraturre sat?Sc ct rCe. 'MPOSSIBILITY OF MAN'S FLYING.b: Wi. are so much in the habit of seeing birds.fly, `'and they fly. with such apparent ease, that we are apt to overlook 'the many nieclianical|difli :culties: that have to be overcome by their organi i.zation. , But when attempts .have been :made by :"mei to construct flying apparatus , or even to accomplish the apparently much simpler. object of diirecting'a balloon, which floats buoyantly ,:ithout any effort, because it is filled with gas : specifically lighter, than , the . atmosphere, the; attempters, notwithstanding 'all their mechanical :skill, and even their mechniiical science, have fbtind that they would require to go a long time to school before they could accomplish evdn the .most apparently simple of those objectsi.::~ flying apparatus, to be moved by the human arms, is, like. the kindred fancy of a perpetual motion, a physical impossibility; and the attempt to construct one is one of those abstirdities:into' whi...

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Cape Extracts. PUBLIC MEETING AT GRAAFF REINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

rap&e I XtraEct0.. PUBLIC MEETING AT GRAAFF REINET/ [FROM THE SOUTH AFRICAN ADVERTISER, 'AUO. 5 . INT pursuance of a requisition signed by forty of the most respectable inhabitants of Graaff Reinet and its,': vicinity, for permission to hold a public meeting for the purpose of taking into consideration the expediency of presenting an address to His Excellency .the Go, vernor upon 'his recent important measures for the,: security of the Eastern Frontier ;'. and further of petii-' titioning -lis Most Gracious Majesty upon the 'same, subject; a public meeting was duly convoked on the': 3rd instant, in the public sch.,ol-room, :when C. C'G. Ochse,?.Esq., was unanimously called to the chair. . 'T?hchairman having read the letter conveying the sanctioni of the Civil. Commissioner :for holdinhg thei meeting,-opened the business of the day, by stating, that the subject to which it would be his duty to con-' fine the deliberations of the ineeting;, was one of ex tremne and vital impo...

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THE REV. J. J. THERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

THE REV.' J. J. THERRY: , WE. have heard with much surprise that it isi proposed to remove the Rev. J. J. Therry, from' the scene of his labours in Sydney to the: new'i : chapel at Campbelltown; and - to supply his :. place here with the Rev -Mr. M'Encroe. With out detracting from the merits of the latter ?en'-?F tleman, we consider, it as a case of the'greatest injustice, to allow one; who came but as y?esterA:;;. 'day to the colony, to supplant' him who: for- s6?'. many years has iealously discharged `his dut ty to the Catholics of Sydney. : ... .However much we may, differ from ' Mr.; :Therry: in our religious views, and, mistakeni as. We - consider his: opinions, to be 'still, as: public journalists, we consider it our duty, wheni we see him made the subject of unjust trealt ment, to sfep forward in his defence.i * Although personally unknown: to Mr. Therry, we willingly bear testimony to the estimationia~i which' he is held by the, colonists in, general for his iurbane manners ...

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THE REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

THE IREV. DR. LANG. WE have this week to announce. the departure of the Rev. Dr. Lang, for Hobart Town; by the Medway, on Mend ay last--that gentleman hav ing. been applied to by certain ofthe Ministers of the Scots Church, and in accordance with the wish of the, Lieutenant-Governor,, in the sister colony to establish a' Presbytery there, and open as new kirk,- obtained leave '.of absence for, a month or six weeeks for that purpose; We can not but 'sincerely *regret his absenice, although but. a temporary one, for we feel assured that no man ever conferred on this his adopted country greater or more lasting benefits, to man ever had its interests more at heart, no man has ever made greater sacrifices in:its cause, an dertainly no man ever wasi more ill requited. :That he possessed high literary 'attaimnedt's none -can deny,-as a poweri'ul, .nervous,. and erudite; .writer,: he stands, pre-eminent;. of teh soundness of his arguments, the best proof that can be afforded is, that they h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

SALE S NY AUTZON.. SFnIDAY,,.October 23, Lyons, at his Rooms, Bank Shares. Saturday, October 24, Lyons, at M'Gaa & ,Co.'s Loaf Sugar, soft Goods, and sundries. Monday, October26, Lyons, at Campbell's Wharf, London Porter, Pitch, Tari, &c. Wednesday, October 28, Lyons, at Morgan's Wharf, extensive Sale of Merchandise. Thursday, October 29, Lyons, at Morgan's Wharf, Scontinuation of Sale of Merchandise. 'Tuesday, -November 3, Jaques, at the King's Arms, Windsor, Lqnd at Portland Head. Tuesday, November 10, Lyons, at his .Rooms, Farms at Brisbane Water. Wednesday, November 11, Col. Int. Rev;., Crown Lands, Leases, and Town Allotments. 'Friday, November 13,' L'yons, at his -Rooms, Al lotments 'of Land at Hunter's River. Wednesday( 9th December, Col, Int. Rev. Sales by Auction. S30 SHEEP. -o .Z MR. SAMUEL LYONS, At His Rooms, George Street, on Friday the 23rd of October, at 12 o'clock precisely. rrWO: FLOCKS, consisting.of 355 Ewes and 10 • Rams each, from the healthy and...

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THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

THE' SYDNEY GAZETTE. Mr. John Laing, of The Sydney Gazette Office, well known to the colonists. of late from his squabbles with the Flour Company, and as   author of an attack in the columns of The Sydney Gazette, on the character of Mr. Girard; was brought up at the Police Office on Monday last, charged with committing a forgery, with intent to defraud Mr. Toogood, of King Street. The do- cument alledged to be forged,was a cheque on the Bank of New South Wales. to which was   signed the name of John Cox. The Prisonier:, had given this cheque to Toogood in payment of.., a debt. When 'presented at the Bank it was ' declared to be a forgery.. Toogood, the prose? cutor produced a letter from the prisoner, hd-: dressed tp himself acknowledging that he.·was in' his power, and begging him to have .mercyo on him, offering his note of hand in paymelt of. theye debt. The Prisoner was remanded' until Tues-i:: day,. when he ;was' again broght 'up. Mr.. Black, Cashier:...

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New Zealand Intelligence. MEETING AT MANGUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 22 October 1835

New Zealand Intelligence MEETING AT MANGUNGA. A SERIES of resolutions passed at a Public Meeting, held at Mangunga, Hokianga, New Zealand; on the 21st September, 1835, for the purpose of prohibiting the importation and sale of ardent spirits in the River Hokianga; Thomas   M'Donnell, Esq, R. N., additional British Re- sident, in the chair:— 1. That the British residents and natives do, from this day (September 21, 1835), agree that the im- portation and sale of ardent spirits be abolished. 2. That Captain. Young and Mr. Oakes, with   Moetara, a native chief, be appointed to board and examine all vessels entering the Hokianga River, and to make their commanders' acquainted with: the native law against the importation of ardent spirits, which will be subject to seizure if attempted to be landed, as also the boat in which such ardent spirits' shall be found. 3. That the creditable determination of Mr. Man- ning and Captain Clenden, to follow the example set by...

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Markets. FRIDAY, OBTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835

FRIDAY, OBTOBER 23 THE; :Market _generally well supplied. ,Potatoes scarce, 20s. -to 25s. per cwt., new ditto,. 3d. per, lb.; Cabbages, 2d..to 3d. each. "-Brocoli, 3d. to 4d. each.' Turnips.and Carrots, 3d. to 4d.per.bunch. Onions, (young), id. .to lId. per.ditto ; Leek, 2d. per ditto; Asparagus, 4d. per bundle; Celey, 2d. to 4d. per head; Peas, 2s. to 2s. Gd.. per peck; Strawberries, 2s. per quart; Loquets,,7d.,to 9d. per ditto; Qrangeas Is. 3d. to 2s. per dozen.: Poultry scarce and dear- fowls 4s. 6d. to 5s. per couple; Ducks, 6s. to 6s. 6id. per dittqo: Geese, 8s. to 10s. per ditto; Turkeys, 10s. to:12s. per ditto. Salt butter frorm Batavia, "(very' inferior) ls.3d.to. s. 6d. per lb; Best salt ditto, 2s. to 2s.6d. per'ditt; Fresh ditto; 2s. 6d. to 3s. per.dit to; Bacon, 10d. to is. per ditto; Hams, Is. per dit to; Salt pork, 5d. per ditto; Cheese, 7d. to 8d. per ditto; -Soap and candlos, 9d. per ditto; Bread, 64d. per 21b. loaf; Beef and mutton 3d. per lb. by the carcase, and 4d....

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835

SPIRITS AND=TOBACCO. Stock on hand, 17th Inistant-B.P. rum, 84,273 gallons; ':brandy; 36,858 gallons; gir;' 33,338' gal lons; other spirits, 13,948 gallons ;.. tobacco, 154,818 pounds. *Received during the week-B.P.#irum 9064 gal lons; brandy, 6682 gallons; ~gii, ,2610 gallons ; other spirits, 3202, gallons ; tobacco; 452. pnunds.-" Delivered : for home consumption--B. P.. rum, 4567 gallons; brandy, 307 gallons; giln,;47 gllons ; 'other spirits, 30 gallons; tobacco,.2906 pounds.: . Delivered for exportation-B. 'P. rumin, 879, gal ions, brandy' 292 gallons; gin, 29: gallons; other spirits, 466 gallons; tobacco, 24,973 pounds. Stock on hand,; 24th instant--I3.P. riiri, '87;891 gallons; brandy, 42,941 gallois; gin,. 35,510. gal lons; other spirits, 16,654 gallons; tobacco,"127,391 gallons.

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