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Colonial Statistics. MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
S Q3lolontal t tatt ticEo. MISSIONS TO. THE ABORIGI:NES. THE two following Letters on the means of Ameliorating the .Condition of the Aborigines of New South Wales,:wereaddressed to.,the late.. Governor .Macquarie, by the Rev. 'Robert Cart wright, the Episcopal Chaplain, at Liverpool, some tiie' previous to His Excellency's departure from the colony. LETTER I. Wihdsor, December 6, 1810 ' Sxn,-.I,presume I need make no apology for. trou bling your Excellency :on a subject in which, you have been pleased to declare you feel particularly. interested, and of which indeed you have given a proof inthat excellent Institution which your Excel lency' established five. years. ago. at Parramatta, for the civilization, care, and education, of the Abori gines of New Hollarnd. From the distinguished cha? racter of' the British nation for benevolence) justice, .and piety, I feel equally confident. that His Majesty's, Ministers will consider it another gem in' tIe British *.Crown to admit the sable...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
TO CO OVESa PONTDENTSa . ,Ve have received MIr. Barker's letters--they are so volumi nous that it will be quite impossible for as to give them insertion for a week or two to come, and, as one of the parties materially interested in the correspondence is not in the colony, we should consider we were taking an ilfdair advantage of his absence were we to publish it. Pie must, therefore, postpone it until his return.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
WOOL SALES. . ,?: feel highly, indebted to a Mercantile firm of the. Sfirst_ respectability in: Sydney, for the following 4b , stract'of the account sales of Australian Wool onrJiul .: 9;theare~ advices in town of the prices realized at a? sale which tool place on the 10th, but regret that we ':have not been favoured with them. :'Absbtract of J. T. Simies: aud .Co's ISale, July 9, of tW.ols pr e Sovereign, Adelaide, ? and: William' ifMetcatlJe. i, 42 bales,.2s, 1-d. a 2s. Sid.; LN 13, 2s. ld. a , :2 ; :TN 16, 2s. 41d. a 2s. 7d.(; DTN, 23, ::':. 2s4d .'a'2,. 6d.; WX, 20, 2s.'16d. a 2s. Sd.; 'HCA, ;40,? ' 9d. aI 2s. 2d.; WKR, 64, 2s. Oid. a 2s. *::'%93?i; WKR, T above, 6, 2s. 2d,' a 2s. 3d,; GO, 10, 1s. 9#d. a 2s.; GR, 24, is. 10d. 2s. Id.; J & RL, .20,ls. ld,. a 2s. 4 d..; HOB, 72,:1s. '10d. a. 2s, ?. AT, 24, 2s. .0d. a 2s. 2½d. ; ID, 36', Is. 8d. ~as;: Id.; B within diamond,. 13, Is. 9d.-a 2s. 38d.i FM, 38, is. 10d. a 2s. 3d.; WSW, D above, 5, 2s. 3d.; Bn, 8, 2s. 3d. a 2s. 3...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
&lt;&lt;:' 't=DEPARTURES. ; October 29.---Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), forNewcastle.' Xi29 :==Sarah Lee, Amnieicain (slip),for the spervm S. 0.-Industry. (schooner), for New 'Zealand, in 31- Dawson (ri g), Dawson, for..Manilla, in ballast; :: ovember 1.-Jolhn (ship), Dixon~, ,for Hobart Town, with stindries. P?assengers, MrI..Lowe and famiily, liZ'. Beiibj aiid Mr. Johnstone., ? : Betsy (ship), Irving, with stores for the sperm fishery.-trsfothspm 1;-Backwell.(ship',),, Dawson, for Mauritius,: ii ballast. . 2 -.-Sophia Jane and Tanjar (sieamers), for New castle. S.-Leda (barque), for Newcastle. :4.-Caroline (schooner); for Poi't Macquarie. PROJECTED DEPARTURES, Active,- for New °Zealaid:; Marii?'ai~in Engl aid, for Calefornia; , and Fanny, for ith'e Bay, f Islaids, this day - .' - ' . M:laria for Hobart Towii, 8'th insant.. S Y1lorentia, for L6ndon; 10th instant. '
Religious Intelligence. LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
th IRertgiot0 3n~tellig e . of ke LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. .,[FR Ao TH-E n?ECOID].: THE subscribers and friends to this Institution an celebrated their Forty-first' Anniveisary at Exe.ýr ty Hall, on Thursday, May:.14. - The yveat''er-was ,s extremely unfavourable, but .such was the 'in terest manifested, that at an early. hour the large ,T- room was-completely filled by an:audience of the ;e, highest respectability, and a second Meeting was of simultaneously held at' Orange Street' Chapel. '- A few mniutes before ten o'clock, William Alers or Hankey, Esq., took the Chair.' The business commenced by the audience sitngiig:the Missionary Hymn, commencing, at Assembled at thy great command, :' SBefore, thy face, great-King, we stand. re The Rev. Dr. Redford (of Worcester)~offered' 'a -up solemn prayer for the blessing of God on the t prceedingsf the day. : ts :The Chairmani then rose aiid'said, that interesting st as the :Annual: Meetings of this Society- had :ever y been, he felt tha...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
ARRIVALS. )OcTou na'29.--Sophia Jane andrd Tamar (steamers), from Newcastle. . 30.--Charles Doggett (American brig), 110 tons, Woodbury, from South Sea 'Islands, left this port ':une 16. Cargo cocoa nut oil.: ;This vessel received intelligence at ''ah iti of the loss of H. MI' ShipC hal 'lenger, on the island of nLamocha, coast of Peru; 9:tcrew saved.. 30.-(~overnor Phillip (brig), Lewis, from Nor-, Sfolk Island. Passengers-Mr. Commissary Jones; Mrs. Leitch, ten soldiers, eight' .women, thirteen children, and three prisoners. 31 ;-Lloyds -(barque), 402 tons, Edward Garratt, from London May 24, via Hobart Town, 24th' ult. with merchandise. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs- Wil-, ::kinson, Miss Wilkinson, Miss Mar;y ;Wilkinson, Mri Rhodes Wilkinson; Mr. Jolin Woodhoiiue, ;from' England; Mrs. Jones, Mrs. 'Hangar i and! three c:hildren from Hobart Town:. :i:31.--Jess (schooner), Hay, from Launceston 24th _ ult'. Cargo, wheat, &c. Passengers--Mr. M.I &lt;I:Vt'Leod and Mr. William A...
Literature and Science. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
¶Itteratutre auni ecieuce. SEDUCATION. Mit. JMtrES TrroPrsoN, Teacher, of the HIobart Town Academy;, has published a-pamphlet on' the standing of the Presbyterian Church in. Vani Dieman's-Land. Judging from the following ex-,? tract onthe all-important subject of education, it is'a production of no ordinary merit; we copy it from The True Colonist, October 9: The, public institutions for affording education 'o the youth of the colony generally are wofully defective. The system on which they are carried on is radically bad, and until it is completely overthrown, the schools supported by Government are nothing but a mockery and a deception. The sums expended on them from the public purse, for which the public should receive some advantage, are thrown away and perish ; nay more, the expenditure of this money does evil. In these schools the youth are supposed to receive bene 'fit; when, in fact, so,far as mental culture goes, they receive none. The mechanical operation of repeating, day...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
BIRTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At the Benevolent Asylum, on Saturday last, 31st &nbsp; ult., Mrs. Stack, Matron of the Institution, of a son. MARRIAGE. &nbsp; On Thursday, October 29, by the Rev. Charles Dickinson, at the Field of Mars Church ; Dudley, brother of Frederick North, Esq., M.P., of Rougham Hall, Norfolk, and Hastings Lodge in the county of Sussex, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Edmund Lockyer, Esq., J. P., of Ermington. DEATH.—On Wednesday, October 28, Isabella, daughter of Mr. Josiah Parker, Elizabeth Street, Sydney, aged six months.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
EXPORTS. Oil-Speirm-whale, per,tun? :..'. 55,o 0 SBlack ditto, ditto.: ...... 0 0 FLAX.-N. Zealand, rough, per toti 15 0 0 Ditto ditto : line,'..... 18 0 0 Timber-Blue Gum, per load ...:, 2 5 0 2 15" Cedar; perifoot .............. p 0. .ilr. 0`:' 2 Treeniils, per thousand ....:... ?.' ' 0:0', .. 2 5 .s, . Hides, salted, per lb............'0 0 .. ., 0 0,7 `Beef, ditto .?...'................0 0" 4 .. 0" 0 , Pork, ditto..................,.. 0. 5;;6 .. O`:0 a'" ; Flour, per 100 poufds ......... 1 ?; 0 .. 1 10 r Socap, per lb..................A. 00 8 . .Cindies, pr b..b............ 0 0 " :.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
TUESDAY NOVEMBER. 3,'-, ji There was a good supply of vegetables to-day |Derwent Potatoes 18s. per cwt.;. Colonial, new do: 20s. do.; Cabbages,'3d. each; other'kinds about the same as on Friday; poultry plentiful-Fowls, 4s, to s;. per couple; Ducks, 6s. do.; Geese,\ 10s. to 12s. do.; Turkeys, 12s.' do.; there was a good supply of, butter-Batavia inferior, Is: 2d. to ls.'6d. 'per lb. ; best Colonial salt ditto,' Is. 6d. to 2s: per ditto. Fresh ditto, 2s. 6d. per ditto. Eggs, Is. to is. 2d. per dozen. Cheese, 6d. to 8d. per lb. Salt pork, 6d. to 8d. per ditto. Soap and Candles 9d. per . lb.; Bread per 21b. loaf, 51d. Butcher's meat,' scarce-= Beef, 4d. to 41d..per lb. by the'carcase, 6d. per ditto. by the joint. Mutton, 4d. per lb. by the carcase, 5d.. to 5ld. per ditto by the joint. Good Oaten hay fetched' from 121. to 141. per ton.' Maize, 7s. per bushel. Wheat straw, 25s. to 30s. per load. . The prices of wheat are the same to-.day as0 those quoted on Friday, viz :--7s. 9d. to 9s. ...
Markets. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
-weee" . FRIDAY, OBTOBER 30. VEGIzTAIBLs scarce, potatoes 20s. to 24s. per cwt., `New ditto 21d. to,3d. per lb . Cabbages 3d. each. Broc1pi, -3d.' to 4d. per ditto. Carrots and turnips, 3d. to, 4d. per bunch. Celery 4d. per head..; A'S 'paragu's, Ad: per bundle. '.Artichokes; Is. 6d. ,per dozen; Peas, 2s.?o 2s. 6d. per peck. Broad beans, is. 10d. per peck: . Onions (young), ld. .to 'l per bunch. Leeks, 2d. to 3d. per ditto. . Strawberries, 3s. per , quart. `Loquats, 4d.- to?9.- per- ditto. .Native currants, 3d. per ditto. O ra s, is. to 2s. per dozen. Lemons ls. to, 2s. per dit?i. "Poultry 'fowls, 4s. 6d. to 5s. per couple. LDucks, 6s. to 6s. 6d. per ditto. ..Gese, 10s. to 12s..per ditto. Turkeys, 12s. per ditto. Roasting pigs, 3s;,to 3s. 6d. each. Eggs Is. to Is. 4d. per dozen. Butter ,more plent iful-Batavia (inferior), is. 4d. to 1s. 9d. per lb. Best Colonial salt ditto Ts.. 9d. -to 2s. per ditto. Fresh ditto, 2s. 6d. to 3s. per ditto. Salt pork Sd. to. 6d. per lbi, Bacon, 9d. to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
BSALES EY AUCTZSON. Tuis day, November 5, Simmons, at Walker and Co's Stores, Provisions and Sundries. This day, November 5, Brennand,, an the ground,. Land in Cumberland, Argyle, and Prince's Streets. This day, November 5, Blackman, at Nash's Inn, Parramattti, a Publi e.House,and, Farm, in the viciiity of that town. Saturday, November 8, .yrnes, on .the. Premises, Land -at Parramatta . ' Monday, November 9, Lyons, at his Rooms, Lon-' don Pdrter. ) . Monday, November 9,, Roberts,'.at the, Waterloo Warehouse, Merchandise.. Tuesday, November 10, Lyons, :at his Booms, Farms atBrisbane Water.. ,- .. : .Wednesday, November :11, Collector of Internal. Revenue, Crown Lands, Leases,' and- Town Allot ments. SFriday,. November13, Lyons, at his Rooms,. All lotments of Land at Hunter's River. Saturday,- November-14, Padl,. onwthe.ground, Al-. lotments in Elizabeth Street. Wednesday, December 9,. Collector; of Internal Revenue, Crown. Lands, Leases,: and Town Allot. mIets. .
English Extracts. LOWER CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
LOWER CANADA: [FROM TIER, GLASGOW1 COURIER.] WvE are. in receipt: df - Canada-: papers, to the; 24th 1Vfarhb,,wwhich; we:are sorry- to says show noimprove ment in the political daffairs. of' that. colony. Anima ted by a.factious.ipirit; theiHouse of Assembly of the Lowern Provinge has, actually prorogued itself, a pro ceeding whichi.is., at variance.with the C.onstittitional. Actti ,dich, reser.vei?the power of .prorogation'.in. the Crown.. The members have almost all returned to their homes, and a quorum cannot be found, to 'on co stitute a house; and, in consequence, the charitable?. institutions, and those for the advancement of educa tion, which are dependant on the annual votes of the Legislature, are left without funds for .their support, and a state of confusion and distress must ensue from' . thereckless conduct of the leaders of the dominant: party in the House of:Assembly, which it is frightful: ato:contemplate. A great many acts.of' vital import tafice expire during the p...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN:'M ? HE's young and somewhat too fool-hardy, i -For judgment rash-in thought but tardy; ? r:. 3: SAt last coniceit buoys up the mian . To be-Editor of The A- , n. STEPIIANA, cantB II5 - Kalends-of November, 1835.i: Sxr?,-When a mani appears on the public arena, thrustiig himself forward as the organ of a party, or. as' the 'dictator of the moral, literary, and po litical 'state of: a community; we naturally in quire'.into his character, and closely examin'is - claims to such a distinguished office. In him-:t.r we expect to find a mind well and rightly culti vated-=a quick and clear perception--a cool and sound judgment--an extensive knowledge of hu man nature, and a spirit unbiassed- by prejudice on the one hand, or by flattery on the other. : -These are the scales by which a man placed in -your situation must be weighed, and proud"' must- he be. if not found wanting. But, Sir, your position, above all others, calls for scrutiniy.i When we think on th...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
CHINA. n[FROM THE LONDON MISSIONARY CHRONICLE FOR . MAY, 1835. IN the: Missionary Chonicle for Maach, after the announcement of the mourrful event of Dr. Morrison's decease, a brief sketch of the more recent proceedings of the Directors in regard to China, with some ac count'of the present pIospects and operations of the Chinese Mission, was communicated, particularly in reference tothe Chinese native teachers, and thecevi dence affordd"o6f the 4?`ine blessing resting on. the i'?labouirs of Leang-a-fa. 1It is with great concern that the :Ditectors Jaye learnedfrom, communications su' bsequently received, that thliiiabours of Leang-a-fa have met with serious interruption from the Chinese authorities, and under circumstances, in the political state of the country, which 'have rendered: it expedient n that he should leave China for a time, and retire to Fr Malacca. The following areextracts from the com s munications referred to : - "What I have now particularly to write about is a e p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
al Ot Qokiruý1nzetTnt ýaPýtte, to S SAIE O'r EAND. a Oi Wednesday November 11, at one o'clockP. M., ;: the undermentioned portions of Land will he put upi it to Auction by the Collector of Internal Revenue; in n the MairketBuildings George. Street Sydney: SArgyle.--2 ? Lots measuring 1280 acres, .applied )t for by .J. Chishoi, Jun. •e Bathurst.-1 Lot, 640 acres, by J.. Sloane. .Brisbane.-1. Lot; 10001acres, by'A. Little. SCamden.-1 Lot, 100 acres, by W. Sawyer. o Cook.-1 Lot, 40 acres, biy J. Booth. n Durham.-1 Lot, 1640 acres, by A. Glennie.-.2? SLots, 1440 acres, by A. Park.-2 Lots, 1430 acres, by H. .Dumaresq.', , Georgiana.---4] Lot, 720 acres, by J. Shepherd. - Macquarie.-2 Lots, 1345 acres, by . H JMKay. t 1 Lot, 150 acres, by S.Elliott.-a1 Lot, 50 acresi.by t J.P. Phillips.. Murray.-I1 Lot, 686, acres,, by H. Munro.-2 -i SLots, 1280 acres, by H. C. Antill.g 4 Northumberland.-1 Lot, A0 acres, by J. Stem + beck.-1 Lot, 80 acres, by.eW. Ward.-2 Lots, 220; z acres, by 'R. Tlompso...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
TO SUBSCRZB Ef .S.' i S the Accounts of this Establishment have all to be wound up to the close of the last quarter, it is particularly requested that those of the Subscribers who .are still in arrears will have the goodness to settle their respective accounts up to the first of this present month. H. BULL. : Sales by Auction. TO PWU3L52 NS OREKEoKEE'ES, AND OTHE S. -o BY MER. SBLACR.MAN, At Nash's Woolpack Inn, Parramatta, This Day, November 5, at one o'clock precisely, THAT Old Established, Public. House THE E .L·CARPENTER'S ARMS, in Marsden Street, Parramatta, lately in the occupation of Lakeman. This House, from its superior situation, and dontain ing many spacious and comfortable apartments, toge ther with the well-known fact of more business hav ing been done in it than in any other House in Parra matta,-offers, the Australian Public a most advan tageous opportunity for thie investment of small: cae pital. ' Thi back Premiises are most extensive, comprising a Brewlouse. with a...
ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN H. M. S. SKIPJACK, AND THE MARTHA, SLAVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
` ENGAGEM 'NT BETWEEN H . M. S. SKIP JACK', AND THE MARTHA,- $LA.VER.,ý. [FROMI THE PLYMOUTH JOURNAL OF JUNE 18.] .'' EXTRACT' of a letter fromi an 'officer on board :-On. .Wedne'sday, April 8, 1835, .at seven o'clock in the morning, a sail was- espied about a :point' oni,the wea ther bow, standing to the westwardwivitl,'all s'tudding' sail"'set; coming towards us. On perceiving what we were, she lowered them',; and hauled" close .to the: wind. At ten o'clock we neared her, and made .sig nals to her, which were not answered until very nearly eleveni o'clock, when she hoisted a very broad Spanish _ ensign, and fired two guns to' leeward;., keeping her ensign flying for ten minutes, when she:'hauled it: down. ;She fired out of defiance to iis, imagining, no doubt, that the would intimidate us; from her being niearly three times our size, and of a superior force, in every way, and having .originially been a coast-guard .ship in the Spanish navy, 'At two P.Mrz. we came up: nearer" to he...
Original Poetry. BOTANY BAY FLOWERS. [The following lines were written on reading a worthless collection of colonial poetry entitled Botany Bay Flowers, written by Barron Field, Esq., late Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
--?0oig4ia* it044 . •. ,' BOTANY BAY FLOWERS. [The follo-ing lines were written on reading a worthless collection dr-colonial poetry entitled Botany Bay Flowers, written by Barron Field, Esq., late Judge:of ,theSu nreme Court of New South Wales.] 'Tis strange to see a Justice turning poet; And writing doggrel verse!" 'Tis passing strange ! :"is wondrous pitiful, Judge Field! I'll show it From some quotations! You ascend the range Of Mount Parnassus ! Mr. Jqstiee, no .! it ' Will never do ! Do n ! Down ! When once the mange Of rhyming doth infect a' Judge's skin, -le 'll scratch for ever if he once begin. I 've seen in drug-shops flowers of camomile And flowers of brimstone for our brother Sawney. Jalap in flowers comes from asome Indian isle ; .. 'T is agood purgative wheni mixed with honey. Some flowers are good for physic--some for bile, While some, though prized, are scarcely worth your money. But " Botany Bay Flowers," one grain for a dose, Would make a badger vomit, I suppose. ...
Colonial Politics. MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
Colonial Politics &nbsp; &nbsp; MISSIONS TO THE: ABORIGINES. It is scarcely possible to contemnplate the wretched doditiof tiohe Aborigines .f 'this colony, 'in Iconnelioi with their vadrious" opportunities:-df improve'ent~durihg the last fortyi yirs, withiout being irresistl I impelle d to. the ielinchioly "I:c`conclusion thatil the wise', bt ii ste'rious ar iangements f 6Divine : :Providence, they have : ieen consigned to a'prprotiss of radrial deteriora tion, and ultimate extifibt, biefore the over ::ielming progress,; f Europear i colonization. Such indeed appears to be th:ciusial arid i'erhaps Sunavoidable consequenes f li Eurolpean oc qupation of any country thinly' inhabite4 by un : ivilized tribes. For savage and uncivilized man is ":of all, animals: theemost uitractable' aid the :;ost difficult to ble tamed' and the usual result if his ?oming in contaict with tle civilized portion of his species is 'not certainly h'is gradual adop tion of the habit' of civil...