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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
ARRIVALS. OCTOBER 20.-Argo, from Mauritius August 24, &nbsp; Hobart Town, 8th inst. &nbsp; October 21.--William the Fourth (steam packet) sundries. Passengers-Mr. W. Buchanan, Master Howe, Mr. Crawley, Ensign. Nicholson, of the 4th and a detachment of that regt., and Lieut. Beckham of the 28th regt. 22.-Bee (brig), Robertson, from New Zealand 8th inst., 108 tons black oil and 6½ tons bone, out four months only. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 22.-Martha (brig).Saunderson from Launceston 12th.inst.,wheat, &c. Passengers--Messrs. James &nbsp; &nbsp; Young, W. Turnbull, and Lawrence, Mrs. Law- rence, Messrs W. Hobbes; M. Maloney, D. Burrell, J. Biles, G. Coutts, and W. Millett. &nbsp; 23.-Richmond (schooner) from Manning River, sundries. &nbsp; &nbsp; 24-=Sir David Ogleby (schooner) from Bateman's Ba,with beef, & . 25.-Sophia Jane and Tamar, (steamers), and Caroline (schoo...
FEMALE EMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
': 'FEMALE EMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. SIR.--Aware that the cocoethes scribendi. in. the public prints is not in accordance with the delicacy of my sex,,.I would not have intruded myself oi your notice or that of the public; had not such un limited obloquy been cast on the females who have arrived in this colony by the femaleemigrant ships. Many of- these'remarks, with reluctance I contfess, are but too true. 'But shall those who are res pectable suffer for the conduct of the abandoned Sfe~ ? To. such an'extent have these observations been carried that a David Scott, a. Laytonian, the next I suppose will be a' Cantonian, (these being the usual'appellations given to immigrants) and a female' whose ,reputation is suspected, are synonymous. .. That among the females who have arrived by these vessels, are many whose character was and still is most exemplary, is an acknowledged fact. Many are now :virtuous' members of Australian Society, as servants,' 'tradespersons,' and ...
Original Correspondence. THE RULE OF FAITH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
? I r. igitalt -otrrepotbeltrce. THE RULE OF FAITH. T ::R:TTO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sig,-In treating upon this important subject, I )ishall endeavour to prove: 1. That oral tradition: is incompetent to trans-. i mit doctrines to posterity. 2. That, under the Mosaic dispensation, the i:-1ule of Faith was written. 3., That: our Saviour disapproved of the tra ditions of the Scribes and Pharisees. 4. That,. from" many passages in the. New t S:-Testament, we may conclude that the Scriptures contain all things necessary for mani's salvation. 5. That the ancient fathers, considered- the Scriptures to be tlie Rule of Faith. \ I. If, at any period in the history of-mankind, :oral tradition could have served as a competent 1 mean of conveying down doctrines to' posterity, I it must have been in the patriarchalages. Then, 1 'indeed, the length of human life favoured such a :,rean. , Methusaleh lived about 300 years while E 'Adam was alive,, and, Shem lived almost 100' I .years with Abrah...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
4 SAME. OX .AND.A SNWedinesd?y December 9, at one: o'clock ?P. M,: tile undermentloned portions of Land will;be put ip Auction bythe.Collector,of Internal Revenue, in" tje Market Buildings George Street Sydney : iBrbane.-6 6.Lots measuring 5300 acres,; applied o .byW. ?.oox, Jun. ,,, • - o0k.-?2Lots, 1280 acres; by,G. Taber. *unter;.-:3 Lots 2960 acres, by J. M. Blaxland, ,.:iN oirthumberland.--5 , Lots, 4720.,acres,, by J..M. Blaxandd, ..i :J - P ". " : Shllip-3 Lots,.2.20,acres, by:R. Lowe; and 1 1it; 12¢0 acres,.by Sarah -Lowve, * t: Vincent.---1 Lot, 1000?acres, byT.. Chard. - -0-.o TOWN A£aOT1EENTS. Berrima.--12: Lots, applied for by yJ. O'Meara. w' ,Bungonia.-7 Lbts, by J. H. Plunkett. Double Bay.-1 Lot by C. Gbrdon.' S oulburn.-10 Lots.by D. M'Farlanee . rMaitland.-2 Lots,.by R. Green. . SSALE Or LZiAN . n?~ n Saturday, February 13, at 11 o'clock, A. M.I. ,- Durham.-1 Lot, measuring 1000 acres, applied ?for.by., SBarker; and 1 Lot, 640 acres; by E. Kealy. ' Gloucester.-1 Lot,...
Religious Intelligence. SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIETY FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
II; eligis0 3EutteUigeenc e. SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIETY .FOR IRELAND.. [FnoM FTHE RECOtth.] THE Anniversary Meeting of this Society was held in Exeter Hall on.the. 16th May last. The Right Hon. Lord Mountsandford in the Chair, a great variety ofexcellentspeeches were delivered by various speakers; the only one for which we. can find room is that delivered by the Rev. Dr. Cooke, of Belfast, late Moderatoir of the Synod of Ulster, which 'elicited the most rapturous ap plause from the audience:- The Rev. Dr, Cooke adverted to the comparative thinness of the Meeting, and urged those who were present to use their influence with their friends, so as to piroburea' fuller attendance at the future meetings of the Society. The Society prociidecd in a simile, humble, unostenitatious course; it had no reindrlkadie attractionis; it 'could 'boast of no splendid successes; though it did muchli it did it silently;,and that mighlt,lii part, account for the little observation it seemed to at. tract. As to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
Sales by Auction. IMPORTANT SAzLE OF TRaEE THOU. SAND ACRES OF IAND, ZN THE IERZ TUIE DZSTRZECT OF ZLL.AWARRA.. --o To be Sold by Auction, D.8Y Mr. SAMUELX LYONS. On FRIDAY,' the 6th November, at his Rooms. George Street, at Twelve o'Clock,,precisely. R. LYONS, in submitting this Propeity ,to public competition,;; respectfully begs leave to call attention to its numerous advantages;, about one half of the Estate has been divided into small allot ments (of from Twenty to Forty Acres each), with a view of enabling the industrious Settler or newly qwived Emigirant of small capital, to purchase; and, remainder into two distinct' Estates (separated by. natural boundaries), which are admirably .adapted for the erection of Marine Villas or Summer Resi dences; commanding a most extensive view of Coast' Scenery on one side, and an unbounded view of the Ocean on the other, which is at all times a lively prospect. Mr. L.. considers it unnecessary to remark on the, Salubrity of the Clime in thi...
English Extracts. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
fSught0c ,xtrat0 . NEW 'SO UTTH .WALES. S [F?noM THE LONDON TIMES.] IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.-HO1 SE OF COMMONS, FRIDAY, JULY 3.-Mr. H. Biwver said he had an important petition to present from this colony,.and lie would not infringe on this occasion the very proper rulelaid down by the right honourable gentleman in the chair, were it not that by laying the case now before the house he should do away with the necessity' for a motion upon it. The petition was signed by 6000 free inhabitants ofNew South Wales, and the peti. tioners claimed that a legislative assembly should be granted to the colony. He would state shortly. and simply the peculiar circumstances of the case, and then he would appeal to the justice and good sense of the Government to do what was proper regarding it., The population of the colony consisted of: 60,000 persons: The revenue, amounted to 135,0001. per annum. Over this large revenue, and large popula. tion, there was placed a Governor exercising an anmost -unlimited...
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27.% THE supply of eery'thing at iMarket'was -very limi ted:' Potatoes, 20s.;to.24s per cwte. .,New, do.3d.' per lb. Cabbages, 3d. 'each': . Brocoli ?3d. to 4d. each. Turiips arid Carrbts; 3d ta4do.pei bunch, " : other sorts: about-, the. same asi on :Friday. ? Poultity very scarice--Fowls,-4s. 9d. to,:: ?s. 6d. per?.?Quple. Ducks, 6~: - per do-. 'Geese,-9s to11s. perd :. l'urkeys, :10sto 12s: per do. ,.Eggs, 14d.to 15d. per dozen... Bacon;.O10d. to Is -per lb:. I-anis,,.;:2d.l : to 13d b per lb. Soap and Candles, 9d .per:l-.. Jre d, per 21b, loaf,, 6d.: Bee, per, carcas, -.d?per. lb per'joint, 4d. to. 4d. * Mlutton very sbcarye prper car case, 3td to 4d.: per lb. :per joint, 5d. to 5?'.dper do. ,Oaten Hay, 15?.to:.17 1. pern ton¶ w i aize, 8s.. per bushell Wheaten s~iraw, 256s to 365.. ' ,.?
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
EXPORTS. f . Oil--Spcrm-whale, per tun ....... ...:0ý :0 0. B3la~ck (1itt0, ditto. . `. 17... FLA%º. -N. Zealujid, rough; per, toil DIitto ditto, fine,. 15 9 9 Tlinber-Bho GOtn, per load 2. 15 0 ¶ ' ', :t -Cedar; per toot . ..... . 0. 0.' l. Cl ..2 Treenails, per thousanid ......::. . 0 :r 0*.Ot.t t;ý s, 5,' 0 Hides, salted, per. lb.8..0.2.. 2: Beet, ditto....................... - -. "i..ýý.r' " .. 0'` 4 Pork, ditto.. . .; ;';0''0 4 V' our, h;er 160,younds 6' 0"';..8 ..: 1i` 0" Soap, per lb. -V . "..':.:. : .:: 0 `0. 8 Candles, per, lb. " ...}... r 1. 0 '0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
THE CO.ONIST. .TiHE" TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION for this !-" Journal, which is Published every THURS D?AY Morning, are Six Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter; whether delivered in Sydney, or forwarded by Post. . iTHE TERMS .FOR ADVERTISEMENTS .are for Eight lines and under, Two Shillings and Si:.' Sixpence, and one penny for every.line above eight, for each insertion. PRIXwTING. T tTHE' COLONIST OFFICE, Printiig of 'i every description is executed with neatnesseco nomy, punctuality, and despatch. TO ADVEaTZBEaB. TJ;r HE very extensive, respectable, and rapidly in .I creasing circulation of THiE COLONIST, renders it peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. TO STtBSC8 ZBzERS. rTHE EDITOR of this PAPER, especially re quests; that if any omission or unnecessary delay takes' place in the delivery of the numbers, or any ground of complaint against the distributors, or others connected with it, they will not fail to .acquaint .him therewith, in order to prevent its recurrence. ...
Colonial Politics. THE RECENT EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY. [THE SUBJECT CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
Colonial Politics &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE RECENT EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY. [THE SUBJECT CONCLUDED.] AFTER enumerating the various results of Major MITCHELL'S recent Expedition into the western &nbsp; &nbsp; interior, we took occasion to observe, in the course of our last leader, that Major MITCHELL deserves the thanks of the whole Australian Re- public of Letters for the good taste he has so frequently exhibited in substituting the beautiful native names of localities of all kinds in this territory, for the uncouth and meaningless, and frequently ridiculous and absurd English names with which they have usually been beplastered &nbsp; by other colonial travellers. In doing so, how- ever, we did not mean particularly to allude to the Bogan River, a native name which Major MITCHELL has very properly substituted for the &nbsp; New Year's Creek, of his predecessor, Captain STURT ; for as Captain STURT p...
Colonial Statistics. OBSTACLES THAT ATTEND TRAVELLING INTO THE INTERIOR OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 29 October 1835
OBSTACLES THAT ATTEND TRAVELLING INTO THE INTERIOR OF AUSTRALIA. OM' CAPTAIN STURT'S ACCOUNT OF HIS TWO EXPEDI- TIONS INTO THE INTERIOR OF AUSTRALIA.] HAVING now had, considerable experience in the fitting out and management of expeditions in New South Wales, I cannot refrain from making some few observations on the subject, and without &nbsp; presuming to lay down any fixed rules, I shall only refer to those.by,which I haye best succeed ed, in hopes that some of my renmlaiks may prove of use to future travellers who may' venture to penetrate into the trackless deserts over so small a portion of which wandered. The great difficulty'of examining the interior of Australia, is that of carrying supplies; for in-; creasing the number of individuals is of no avail, since an additional number'of men must neces sarily increase the consumption of food. In order to meet this difficulty it has been proposed to establish depots, upon which an 'expedition could fall back to recruit its s...
WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS.:' [COMPILED FOR THE COLOIIST.] IMPORTS. ' i SPEI.ITS, in bond.- r~ Brandy, First Quality, per gallon ., 4 4 a Second ditto........... :.... 0 3 0r ..0:;03;x Rum, B.P., proof ............ ..0 3 9 r'0 ?0i American, ditto ...........0 1 0 '0 Isle of France; ditto 0. 1 6 O1.1. 0 ::'1 Gin, untinged ............ .......: 3 i??8 _ .03 4?4' Straw coloured ..... ...... 0 0.',: : .. ?. 02 Case, 4 gallons ............. 1 1 : .. : Port, best, per pipe.............3 0, 0 ., 0 '. Per dozenj.......... 0. 1 10 0. 15 0 '" :Good, per pipe .............3 'x0 0 : 0:..i:6 0 Sherry, best, per butt ..... ....:. 30 0 '0 ..50 'o0 r0 P' er dozen.......... 1 5 0... 1 10 0 Madeira, per pipe ....:......'.. 30 0 0 ..45 .0 u Perdozen............ i 5 0 .. 10 0 Teneriffe, per pipe.. ........ :.T. 17 0 :.21 '0 0 Per dozen ..... ...... ..15 0'10'...1 0 'O-.`,. Cape, Company's best,'l110 gallons:. ll1 '-0 ,':..l11 11*: Champagne, sparkling ,.....'..2. -2 10 0 ..' Pink .............. 2 1i 0 ....
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
. SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. : Stock on hand, 24th instant-B.P. rum, 87,891 :gallons; :brandy;, 4291: gallons;: gin', 35510 :gal lons ;other spirits, 16,664 gallons; tobacco; 127,391 gallons. .. Received during the week= B. P. rum, 1200 gal .ions ; lrandy, 784 gallons ; gin, nil; :other spirits, 2666 gallons; tob'acco, 11,268 pounds. -. Delivered for home consumptiori-B.. urrium, 3252 gallons; brandy; 327 gallons; gin, 479 gallons; other spirits, nil; tobacco, 1340 pounds. Delivered for exportation-B. P. rum,gin; brandy, 62 gallons ; gin, 28' gallons; other ispirits, nil;' to tobacco, 3136 pounds. Stock 'on hand' 31st Instant--B. P rum, 85,839 gallons ;fbranidy; ,336 gallons; gin, 35,003 gal lons; other spirits, 19,320 gallons; tobacco, 134,813 pounds.
Domestic Intelligence. PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
PRICE CURRENT. WE this week present to our readers a new Price Current, whichl :has ,been 'compiled with' consi-, derable:-care and trouble, ahid which e` hope to be able to b:. acceptable by renderintg it more: correct than aiy: production oft?he kin? which:has ,hittierto appeared, The ?imrportance of such a document.,will. be :mmuch more, readily appre ciated ,than.the. almost insurmountabledifficulties; that attend? ts con'struction ; the, multiplicity of mimports'_ioteI;; and the variety of, initerests coin rieeted; vith 'them, renders it a work ýof im possi bilit? to : furiish l ~,statimi et hid' i my be considired' peifect: "i:formation" 'of 'this - kind 'can only' be :obtia nel?'througli m?rchants and otherp, wh'ose reports of. the state of the market cannot 'at all times: le considere?as aisi?iterested,i for, s- upposing a mercantile: man to ?e in pos session :of a large stock of any particularidescrip tionl: of consignment, it. ..is- most:' assuredly , his interest as well ...
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
VESSELS ENTERED 'OUTWARDS. FROM THE 28TH ULT. TO THE 4TH INST. INCLUSIVE. October 28..-Indu stry, 63 tons, I.Leaiimonih and Co.; agents, New Zealand. October 28.-Betsy, 291 toniis, Aspinall and Co.,. agents, Sperm Fishery. : i:, i October428.-Sarah Lee, 235 tons, H.Bellagent,: Sperm Fishery. October 28--Fanny, 40 tons, F. Mithell agent,' New Zealand. * October 29.--Normuhul, :Tabor, for the sperm fishery. - ' - - - - '. - Noveniber-2.-Orwell, Living, for China . - November 2.-Maria, Miller, for Mazattari November 3.-England, Baroln,for Lima.;: November 3:-Norfolk, Gatenby,. for Liverpool. November 3:.--Backwell, Dawson, ifor the: Mau?' ritius:. : Novemb~er 3:-Canton, Coles, for, Cantop. :, 'ý November 3.-.Leda, M'Leod, for ,Newcastle and Hobart Town..? , Be. Novrmber 4.-Micinac, BrIend, for Lainceston.
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 24TH TO THE 31ST INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
J UEXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 24TH TO THE 31ST INSTANT . INCLUSIVE. ; Tim, 164. t6is, Williams, master, for New Z6a= land and, Manilla; 8 barrels beef,'5. barrels pork, 6 hogsheads.bread, 62. casks. salt, 10 barrels vinegar, 6 casks molasses, 14. casks .brandy, 30 casks gin; 10 casks 'rum, 22. kegs tobacco, 6 casks cordials, 12 casks 8 cases .and. 200. boxes cigars,'3 jars snuff, 25 kegs.gunpowder,. 32 barrels naval stores, 23 packages, glassware,. 13 cases' hardware, 2 boxes furniture, 2 cases slioes, 12. packages cottons, '3 cases checks, 2 packages paints, l case sewing silk, 6 cases bonnets, and stores..., '.--'Augustus, 246 tons,' Lamson master, for the' South Sea Islands ; 2 casks rum, 3 kegs tobacco, 4,000,000 cigars, 12 tierces beef, 8 barrels bread, 2 barrels flour, 1 barrel vinegar, 2 barrels virnish, 75 kegs gun. powder, 18 cases muskets, 190 pigs lead, 20 pack ages cutlery, 16 casks 1 case 12 bundles hardware, 8 bundles hoop iron, 1 case printing materials, 1 case...
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 24TH TO THE 31ST INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM. THE 24TH TO THE 31ST INSTAýT,I INCLUSIVE. OCTOBER 26.-Mary Ann (ship); 587 tons,' Smith; master, from London, H. Bell, agent; male prisohers and government stores.: October 26.-Lady M'Naughton (ship), 558 tons, Hurstwick, master, from Cork, F.' Mitchell, agent; male prisoners and go mrnient'stores. October 27.-Micmac (brig), 157 tons, Brend, master, from Singapore;: J.L Lord and Co., augents; 1461 bags wheat; 290 bagsrice, 50 .boxes sage, 39 bags coffee, 30 bags:9-baskets sugar, 2" bioxes 'sugar candy, '279 chests tea, 5,casks rum, 5 packages rat tans, 2 bales rice, 2 bales canvass; J. Lord and Co. October 27.-Maria (schooner), .135 tons, Milne, master, from Hobart Town,,H. Belliagent;. 44 bags and 94 bushels wheat, 386 bushels oats .16 bags po tatoes, 2 bags rice, 10 puncheons rum, 30 casks, por ter, 2 boxes starch,1,bale.carpeting, 1 bale apparel, D.. Egan; 5 casks 2 cases tobacco, 200 bags sugar, 10 boxes cigars, 6 bales canvass, 2 bags wireights, 35 bags w...
ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING. [FROM THE. RECO D . A- VERY k?rge Meeting of the- supporters ? ·tNegro: Emancipation took place, on Friday. the 15tli- oilMay,: at Exeterall ,,London. Theilassemblage, colisistingt( * chiefly! of ladies; presented a, very gay: and very, in-' teresting appearance., -Amongthe.more, eminent.per-.'. sons . w hon we -recognisedi upon. the: platform weire Dr. Birkbeck, Mr. HludsonGurney.;..O1r. O'Connell . AMr. Buckingham, Mr. JusticeýAlderson, MI'. Jeremie,' and Mr. James Kennedy. - Lord. B3rougham;, havingbeen voted to: the, Chair, 'said--TIn opening the busitiess, of the present meetingr ; i: hopeit will be unnecessary forrme to'detainyou.faor more, than a-very, few' moments-- After, many. year8s incessant labour, and! making.:a progress which'wasi slows at first, andwithin- limits;exceedingly circumn? scribed,, the universal opinion,. and, :the heartfelt'and, deeply.-rooted sentiments- in, favour' of liberty whichr~' existed-in the people of.this country finally ...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR: SYDNEY. - Days. Hh Water. un.r . Age of MoaRs.. I vuk IRises. &eta. Moon. Thursday.. 5 8 10 8 36 5 16. 6 44. 15-_ Friday ...a 6 8 56 '9 10 5 15 6 45 16 Saturday;.. 7 9 30 0 50 .5 14 6 6 46 T Sunday ... 8 10' 5:.10 25.5 13 6 47 18 Monday .. 9 10 45 11 0 5 12 ''6 '48 19 Tuesday .. 10 11 16 11. 35 5 11. 6.. 49 20 Vednesday'11 11 56 0 0 5 10 6 50 '21